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(NaturalNews) Officials from the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) are making headlines with extraordinary new claims about a wonder drug that can supposedly cure MERS, AIDS, Ebola, Sars and even cancer. It might sound like a hoax to the rest of the world, especially to Westerners who've come to believe that things like cancer are incurable and only manageable using immune system-destroying chemotherapy drugs.

The KCNA report that the new herbal rare earth element drug, Kumdang-2, revives the immune system and has been developed by a North Korean pharmaceutical company called Pugang Pharmaceutic Co. It has been declared a cure for anything from diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, tuberculosis, to Ebola, MERS, AIDS, Sars, cancer and "harm from the use of computers."

"We have succeeded where the greatest minds in science have failed," state the claims coming from North Korea.

Does North Korea have an answer to some of the worst health issues of the day or is it all hype? Populations in the West may never know the truth or even have legal access to Kumdang-2, since the U.S. FDA goes after anyone who claims to have a cure or treatment for anything. For example, an essential oil distributor, Young Living, is under attack because its sales reps made various claims about the healing properties of essential plant oils.

A ginseng-based injection that revitalizes the immune system

If North Korea's Kumdang-2 was brought into the U.S., it would quickly be vilified and confiscated. The herbal drug uses a completely different strategy than Western treatments; it works to empower the immune system instead of destroying it. Information provided at the website kunmdang2.com, claims that "Malicious virus infections like Sars, Ebola and Mers are diseases that are related to immune systems, so they can be easily treated by Kumdang-2 injection drug, which is a strong immune reviver."

According to company documents, the drug has been around since 1989 and has been used as a successful treatment for millions struggling with debilitating disease. It is reportedly 95.5 percent effective as a complete cure for a long list of health issues. Administration of the drug is recommended in timely injections over the course of two weeks. View the sources for these claim here.

Don't expect any mainstream medical authorities in the U.S. to embrace Kumdang-2 since chemotherapy and radiation take the opposite approach and represent a big money-making industry.

While it's hard to trust a Korean state-controlled news agency like the KCNA, they do reveal what Kumdang-2 is made from. It's made from Korean ginseng grown in fertilizer that is mixed with rare earth elements, including "micro-quantities of gold and platinum."

Kumdang-2, hoax or healing strategy?

Modern day pharmaceutical propaganda is quick to downplay the powerful medicinal properties of herbs like ginseng and other powerful natural minerals, roots, barks, essential oils and berries. However, there are a plethora of scientific studies and testimonies that support that nature is alive with healing properties and adaptogen qualities that support the immune system.

There are many documented scientific studies proving the immune system strengthening effects of various forms of ginseng and gold compounds.

A silver bullet, universal cancer cure might sound outlandish, but North Korea might be onto something: Strengthening a patient's immune system, instead of destroying it. Even if Kumdang-2 isn't a cure all, it's a step in the right direction for medical science as man returns to nature for medicine. Many forms of ginseng exist in the world today and they have a powerful immune system strengthening effect on the human body. This statement comes from experience.

Sources:

http://www.japantimes.co.jp

http://kumdang2.com

http://science.naturalnews.com

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3659544/

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Passionate about holistic wellness, Lance Johnson and his wife invite you to www.allnaturalfreespirit.com, where you can buy clean, chemical-free body care products.



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