As many of you know I live in Germany. I have to say, even though I am not German. I am proud of the way the nation has embraced homeopathic medicine and complimentary medicine.
One very common alternative preventative treatment for cancer is mistletoe?
Mistletoe – not just for kissing!
Mistletoe was first used by the Druids and Greeks as a remedy to “fix anything”.
In the early 1900s it became a treatment for cancer. According to my doctor Germany was one of the first country to administer the use of mistletoe as an injection. The injection is placed in the breast – at the exact spot where the cancer was removed.
Why? How? What?
Yes. That is right. Mistletoe is injected into the breast. It is full of detoxing ingredients which are excellent for battling cancer and more importantly increase immunity. I am not an expert but the theory is that mistletoe stops the growth of new blood vessels. This means that if your cancer moves with the blood (like metaplastic breast cancer) – mistletoe is a deterrent.
I am no expert but I found this source online that says Mistletoe killed cancer cells in mice.
Another good resource