It's wonderful to see Western researchers study natural healing remedies that have been used for thousands of years. Licorice root is one of those. It has been long recognized by naturopaths, herbalists and practicioners of Chinese medicine as a powerful curative herb for use against not only cancer, but also diabetes (it helps regulate blood sugar). And, by the way, I don't mean the artificial licorice candy you can find in the store. I'm talking about licorice root, available only in health food stores. As this study shows, a molecule extracted from licorice root kills prostate and breast cancer tumors in a highly selective way that protects healthy cells -- unlike chemotherapy which kills everything. Chemotherapy is barbaric and entirely unnecessary. It's a cruel procedure that essentially nukes the body's immune system, doing far more harm than good. If more people would turn to healing plants like licorice, green tea, chlorella, coconut oil, broccoli, and wheat grass, they wouldn't find themselves experiencing the symptoms of cancer in the first place. If you or someone you know suffers from breast cancer, I urge you to seek out a naturopath or herbalist before making any decisions about highly toxic chemotherapy. Your body will thank you for it.
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