The seven-years research by the National Institutes of Health could raise huge hopes for peope with cancer.
It’s possible that the antidote of dreaded disease may have been in nature and the anticancer drug is contained in a species of mushrooms.
In a study conducted at the University of Minnesota and Bastyr University, women with stage I-III breast cancert were given turkey tail mishrooms who had already completed chemotherapy.
The results showed that women with breast cancer who consumed turkey tail mushrooms in pills form had a stronger immune system.
It is important to emphasize that it has no adverse side effects, as opposed to chemotherapy and rays.
Dr Sandish stated that:The drugs are very powerful and often fatal in the end, because that’s not how things work in nature.
The FDA has also approved another clinical trial where the effectiveness of turkey tail mushroom will be examine in prostate cancer patients.
The results of this study are expected in the coming years.
Three other mushroom species, Maitake, Reishi, and Agaricus blazei, are also known for their immune-supporting and anti-cancer effects.
Already, more and more studies on mushrooms suggest that they can prevent cancer, but they can also treat cancer cells that have already formed to some extent.
Is it by chance that chinese people who use medical procedures with ancient mushroom have always been almost unfamiliar with cancer?
Research has also shown that Agaricus blazei also anti-cancer and antiviral activity, as well as lowering blood sugar and cholesterol levels.