Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States, killing almost 600,000 people in 2013 alone.
If you are an American, there is a one in three chance that you will get cancer during your lifetime. If you are a man, the odds are closer to one in two. Almost everyone in America either knows someone who currently has cancer or who have already died from cancer.
Arguably worse than the actual disease is the conventional treatment. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy are based on the principle that by poisoning and destroying the body as a whole, including its natural defenses against the disease (the immune system), cancer will also be removed.
There are several problems with such a strategy:
Chemotherapy and radiotherapy are so devastating to our body that the majority of people die as a result of the treatment and not cancer itself.
The root cause of the problem is not being addressed, so even if conventional treatments do succeed in removing cancer, it will usually reappear in due time.
It is extremely expensive financially, costing up to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Because only the symptoms and not the root cause is addressed, multiple treatments will usually be necessary over the years, provided they work, to begin with. How many of these “treatments” can your body survive?
To use another metaphor, imagine your body is an iron rod and the cancer is rust on that iron. If you don’t address the root cause of the rusting process, which is the presence of oxygen reacting with the iron, and only focus on removing the rust with a heavy-duty industrial grinder, how many times can you repeat this process before snapping the rod in two?
The answer, of course, depends on how thick the rod is, or how strong your body’s constitution is. Regardless, I’d bet the house you don’t want to find out.
Wouldn’t it be more sensible to apply a coating on the rod so that rust wouldn’t develop in the first place?
Wouldn’t it be better to instead strengthen the body and its defenses so that it can naturally prevent or fight the disease? After all, cancer cells are always present in our bodies and our immune system is usually perfectly capable of neutralizing them.
We believe this is a more sensible approach, and it seems mainstream science is starting to agree. So much so, in fact, that the journal Science has designated “Immunotherapy of Cancer” as its Breakthrough of the Year in 2013.
Research has shown that Jiaogulan has many cancer fighting and prevention effects on a wide variety of cancers.
It works on several levels to prevent and heal cancer:
It enhances the body’s own defenses by protecting and boosting the immune system. A strong immune system is important for preventing the formation of tumors.
With its exceptional antioxidant effects, Jiaogulan scavenges free radicals within the body, minimizing DNA mutations that lead to tumors.
Its chemical components like saponins (gypenosides), flavonoids and polysaccharides have direct anticancer action.
Jiaogulan has been shown health benefits in studies to reduce tumor size, inhibit tumor growth and metastasis (spreading), cause apoptosis (tumor cell death) by increasing free-radical damage to cancer cells, and inhibit energy production in cancer cells.
These effects have been demonstrated in several types of cancer, including:
- Liver (hepatoma)
- Skin (melanoma)
For those who choose to use the traditional methods of cancer treatment – chemotherapy and radiation therapy – Jiaogulan has shown to be an invaluable ally.
This is because it provides a very strong protection against the damaging effects these treatments have on the immune system.
While Jiaogulan’s cancer-fighting properties are indisputable, its do not recommend to be used as a stand-alone cancer treatment.