Mistletoe extracts have been studied as a complementary and alternative medicine for many illnesses including cancer read about the use of mistletoe therapy in cancer patients and the results of clinical trials in this expert reviewed summary. Mistletoe therapy for cancer presents for the first time an important reference for practitioners on the characteristics of each type of mistletoe and the kinds of cancers they are best suited to treat thirteen host trees are described covering aspects from mythology and botany to homeopathy and flower essences. The therapy she believes was most helpful was mistletoe and her organization believe big is funding a mistletoe clinical trial ivelisse page is a 10 year stage 4 colon cancer survivor she refused chemo after surgery and adopted a natural protocol which included hardcore nutrition and natural therapies. Mistletoe therapy for cancer is a work in progress and dr wilkens efforts present a valuable attempt to develop a joined up rationale for mistletoe therapy and both patients and practitioners will find valuable material in this book. Mistletoe is a semiparasitic plant that has been used for centuries to treat numerous human ailments mistletoe is used commonly in europe where a variety of different extracts are manufactured and marketed as injectable prescription drugs these injectable drugs are not available commercially in the united states and are not approved as a treatment for people with cancer
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