Over the years cancer becomes popular disease because many of cancer patients can't survive this health condition. It requires long-term and expensive medication to be able to get cured but sometimes even you spend all of your money in medication it still didn't work. But luckily, a recent group of Canadian scientist has discovered a miracle herb that can destroy cancer without any side effects within two days.
According to the University of Windsor, since 2009 a scientist has been already examining the effects of dandelion against cancer. It started when one of oncologist discovered a relation between dandelion root tea and lower possibility of cancer.
Pamela Ovadje is the one who discovers the benefits of dandelion root. She is a post-doctoral candidate at the University of Windsor. She said that she began to investigate this root tea when one of the oncologists who worked with them tells them the unbelievable improvement of a patient who regularly drinks tea from dandelion root. She wants to see how the other patients respond to the root tea. She thought that dandelion grows all over.
They started the project by getting the dandelion root extract and use it to numerous types of human cancer in the lab. They observed the effectiveness of the root tea against leukemia cells, colon cancer and pancreatic cancer, and chronic myelomonocytic leukemia.
They found out the ultimately strong effect of dandelion root in destroying cancer cells without damaging other healthy cells. To support their study they try the effectiveness of the root in mice with transplanted human cancer cells.
One of the leaders in the research and Dr. Sciarra Pandi, a biochemist at the University, consider the dandelion extract as one of the most effective natural remedies against cancer. Since 2015, dandelion root extract is in the first stage of research for treatment of lymphoma and leukemia and has been approved for a human test.
The dandelion extract works by bringing on apoptosis in the cancer cells to destroy them without damaging healthy cells. Even the research is still in their first stage they show that dandelion root has a lot of potentials to become an effective treatment in the future.
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