A phytochemical in mint leaves has been found to demonstrate powerful antiangiogenesis effects, meaning that it cuts off the blood supply to cancer tumors. It's yet another example of the healing power of nature and the medical efficacy of phytochemicals found in your own garden.
Nature is the only pharmaceutical lab you really need, and plants are simply astonishing producers of powerful healing nutrients. The mint leaf is just one of many anti-cancer herbs, weeds, vegetables and fruits that are readily available to practically everyone. Consuming these on a daily basis wards off cancer for life.
Some of the most powerful anti-cancer plants and foods include broccoli, onions, ginger, licorice root, graviola (an Amazon herb), chlorella and spirulina. Eat these on a daily basis, and avoid all processed foods, and your chances of ever experiencing cancer are practically zero.
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