Incredible Plant Is Killing Cancer in 40 days
Thunder god vine, known as cure for cancer, is a perennial vine, respectively a plant, with origin from China, Japan and Korea. “Thunder God Vine” or Lei Gong Teng, originates from the Latin word “Tripterygium wilfordii”.
It is used in Chinese medicine in more than 400 years. In traditional Chinese medicine, it is used for healing of inflammation and hyperreactivity of the immune system. It is also used in healing of rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and lupus. The extract of this plant is made of skinned root of thunder god vine.
Actually, it is commonly known that the plants we already know are cure for cancer, among which are ginger and thunder god vine. However many world companies don’t have the possibility to invest in their exploring or don’t even have the interest.
Still, with the fact that this plant is really cheap, some scientists are already included in their exploring and examining. They are trying to create a cure for cancer out of this plant, which will later be patented in FDA, and off course, sold for a big amount of money.
Scientific Conclusions About This Cancer Killing Plant
Besides the healing of the immune system, this plant has an anti-carcinogenic effect. This “miracle of a grass” as it is called by scientists based in the latest university researches in the University of Minnesota’s Masonic Cancer Center, shows remarkable signs for cancer healing after only 40 days. After using this plant as a cure for cancer, the cancer simply disappears. Scientists say that this effect is reached because of the ingredient contained by the plant itself– triptolide– identified as a fighter against cancer.
Other scientific studies, financed by the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS), have proven that the extract of thunder god vine, compared to sulfasalazine– used for healing of rheumatoid arthritis, is giving much better and visible results.
Side Effects and Cautions
This cure for cancer can be poison and can cause adverse effects if not carefully removed out of the skinned root. Other parts of the plant: leaves, flowers, and skin of the root– are very poison and deadly. It can also cause gastrointestinal adverse effects such as: diarrhea, indigestion, and nausea or upper airway infection. It can also cause a headache, skin rash, menstrual changes in women or hair loss in men.
The products obtained by the extract of these plants are made out of the US territory, respectively China. Visible results are shown, but still their safety or complete efficiency is not confirmed.
The use of thunder god vine gives a positive result in decrease bone mineral density in women who were using this plant for 5 years or more. This positive effect is especially important for women who have osteoporosis or are exposed to a risk of getting it. However, opposite to this, thunder god vine contains chemicals, which can lower the fertility in men. Respectively it causes to a change in the sperm content.