Nature offers the cure, the doctor’s role is to discover it.

Dr. Weeks’ Comment:   Soybean, pomegranate,  grape seed,  pine bark,  periwinkle, yew –  the list of plants offering   “anti-cancer” remedies  grows daily.  Researcher in cancer treatments admit that 70% of all conventional, patented chemotherapy drugs derive from natural plants –  and  I have long maintained that all plants have anti-cancer properties – that a plant can’t exist and make it in the world unless it has within itself, forces to disperse carcinogens.  And now we learn about the anti-cancer effects of a particularly humble and ubiquitous  plant  “pis en lit” (“piss in bed”  the French term for the common diuretic plant growing in YOUR yard)    –  the dandelion.

Yes,  according to  Dr.  oncologist Caroline Hamm,   the sunny weed can be helpful in the effort to grow cancer free.

“Oncologist Dr. Caroline Hamm got the idea to look into dandelions after two leukemia patients refused their next course of chemotherapy, yet returned to the cancer centre not on stretchers, but with improved test results after a steady diet of dandelion tea.”

“Here you have a non-toxic alternative to chemotherapy,” said John Dufresne, a retired University of Windsor biochemist who administers the program. Pandey’s research could lead to a product that could treat cancers resistant to chemotherapy drugs, he said. “It’s almost in a sense a naturopathic approach to cancer treatment and to me that’s very exciting.”

Read more: http://www.windsorstar.com/news/Doctor+dandy+idea+leads+promising+cancer+finding/3805715/story.html#ixzz14wXbb0Bz
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Paracelsus once taught:    “What the eyes perceive in herbs or stones or trees is not yet a remedy; the eyes see only the dross.”
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“The art of healing comes from nature, not from the physician. Therefore the physician must start from nature, with an open mind.”
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