The Anti-Cancer Properties Of Sea Cucumber (video)


Here's a fantastic video and article from Ty Bollinger, the man behind The Truth About Cancer.

The sea cucumber is a marine creature (related to the sea urchin and starfish) that lives all over the world on the ocean floor and has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for hundreds of years.

In 2011, researchers at the Robert H. Lurie Cancer Center (in Chicago) studied the effects of sea cucumber extract on human pancreatic cancer cells and quickly discovered that this amazing extract is able to stop cancer cells from spreading and even activates apoptosis (programmed cell death).

Amazingly, pancreatic cancer cells began dying within five minutes of exposure to the extract! Since then, in vitro (test tube) studies have shown that the fatty acids and saponins found in the sea cucumber prohibit cancer from metastasizing and creating new blood vessels, while inducing apoptosis.

Additionally the sea cucumber has the ability to activate the immune system’s killer cells to attack breast cancer cells.  As reported by Ethan Evers, author of The Eden Prescription, previous research shows that the sea cucumber is effective in killing lung, skin, colon, prostate and liver cancer cells. Frondoside A (a component of the sea cucumber) is believed to be a key component in the battle against cancer.

A recent study, published in PLoS One, has confirmed just how powerful Frondoside A is. According to the study, Frondoside A “can kill 95% of ER+ breast cancer cells, 95% of liver cancer cells, 90% of melanoma cells, and 85-88% of three different types of lung cancer.” When given to mice with non-small cell lung cancer, Frondoside A was found to shrink tumors by 40% in only 10 days. Studies have shown Frondoside A to be as effective as chemo at killing cancer cells … without any side effects.

For the rest of the article, go to: https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/anti-cancer-properties-of-sea-cucumber/


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