Graviola and Cat’s claw – Two rainforest herbs that destroy cancer

Torbjörn Sassersson är grundare av NewsVoice som startade 2011. Torbjörn har arbetat inom media sedan 1995. Han har en fil kand (1992) inom miljövård från Stockholms Universitet. Stöd hans arbete genom en direktdonation via Paypal.
publicerad 7 juni 2014
- Torbjörn Sassersson

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NATURALNEWS.COM: Nearly everyone has been touched by cancer in some way or another. Cancer patients are struggling with traditional therapies, and many are looking to alternative ways in order to reverse their diagnosis. Look no further than these two powerful rainforest herbs that can stimulate the proper systems to help give cancer a knock-out punch.

Cat’s claw (also known as una de gato) is a large woody vine that grows in the Amazon rainforest that derives its name from hook-like thorns that grow along the vine and resemble the claws of a cat. Research and studies on cat’s claw that document its positive effect against cancer.

Graviola is a small, upright evergreen tree about 5-6 meters high with large, glossy, dark green leaves. Research and studies on graviola that document its positive effect against cancer.

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