posted on Dec, 28 2017 @ 10:31 PM
Dandilion root probably would work. They contain apigenin and luteonin which do protect us from cancer, actually canceling out the ability of the
cancer from protecting itself from the immune system.
Celery is another thing, with other plants in the parsley family being much stronger in these chemistries.
Two chemicals, apigenin and luteolin which are anticancer.
Also, rutabaga is fairly strong but works a different way than the chemicals. The dandelion root also contains some caffeic acids which may have
similar effect to the rutabaga.
There are many ways to attack cancer or do immunotherapies.
One of the newest meds to treat cancer is based off the parsley family chemistry. It is extremely expensive, they figured out how to make a
patent-able medicine out of this natural chemistry.
If you eat some of this chemistry in your diet on a regular basis, your chances of getting aggressive cancer will be lower. The parsley family also
contains cilantro and oregano and marjoram. No use waiting for a disease to form and needing to get surgery. Parsley flakes go good in parmesian
noodles, and oregano goes good in spaghetti. No wonder the old Italians had such a low rate of cancer.
If you get cancer, talk to the doctor but my main point is that why do we need to get cancer if all it takes is adding a few spices. Also,
strawberries have anticancer and antiviral properties, so do foods containing lauric acid like coconut oil and so do foods containing proteinases like
pineapples which has bromelain in it. Bromelain is even used to keep beer from clouding.
edit on 28-12-2017 by rickymouse because: (no reason