New Study Shows This Berry Effective In Battling Cancer Cells
Mother Nature has proven, more than once, that she cares for plants and animals, as well as humans. A recent discovery by scientists in Australia has uncovered a well-hidden fruit that could be the answer to the nation’s number one killer, cancer. A 130-million-year-old rain forest, located in northern Queensland, holds a plant that has been overlooked for centuries by man, as a possible solution.
Dr. Victoria Gordon of EcoBiotics, and her team, have been testing Fontainea picrosperma, more commonly known as Blushwood, on animals and are finding amazing results. Named EBC-46, the fruit extract from the berries, has been given to a dozen cats and horses and 50 dogs. In all of these cases, tumors liquefied and disintegrated over a period of 48 hours.
Everyone would like to think that there is a magic cure for cancer and the team is careful to release any conclusive evidence, but their hopes are very high. One dog with a tumor the size of a 12-ounce can, was treated and completely cured by using this new form of treatment. Bone cancer and skin cancers, such as carcinomas and melanomas, have been the main areas for research, thus far, with testing underway for breast, prostate and colon cancer.
“I don’t want to kill the enthusiasm of all the wonderful research, but until it is proven it will do the job, we recommend they go with proven and conventional treatments,” states Dr. Gordon.
It is hard to keep news like this away from the public, but until more is known about the chemical structure and side effects of this newly discovered berry, humans will not be treated as guinea pigs in testing. The routine time for clinical trials and approval is 7 years.
According to Dr. Gordon,”I don’t want to kill the enthusiasm of all the wonderful research, but until it is proven it will do the job, we recommend they go with proven and conventional treatments.”
All we can do is hope that the future holds the answer to one of the most deadly diseases of our time. Perhaps nature does hold all of the answers to better health and well-being.