Mistletoe cancer therapy

The white-berry mistletoe has been used as a medicinal plant since ancient times: internally for diseases of the spleen, gynecological disorders and seizures (epilepsy), externally for wounds and ulcers.

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In fact, mistletoe is one of the most widely studied complementary and alternative medicine therapies for cancer. In certain European countries, the preparations made from European mistletoe (Viscum album) are among the most prescribed drugs offered to cancer patients.

Mistletoe therapy has been found to help shrink a tumor and prolong survival with very little toxicity. It is used to reduce the toxic effects of chemo-therapy while enhancing the immune system and stimulating “apoptosis” in the cancer cells.

Both Mistletoe and Artesunate are used to treat cancer at Reno Integrative Medical Center in Reno Nevada.

Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) sprig isolated on white


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Dr. Eslinger is a pioneer in the Integrative cancer and chronic disease medical arena.

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