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This week is about an herb that everyone has some interest in. Bloodroot. I got some of this information on the website below. please read the entire website.
Ancient medicine grounded in good science
Historically, Blood Root was used by the Native Americans to heal many aliments such as stomach problems, respiratory issues and removal of superficial tumors and warts.
Established research in PubMed, science direct and Medline suggest that the alkaloids in Blood Root are good candidates as chemo-therapeutic regimes and successful immune therapies. In fact, positive effects have been shown in laboratory studies for prostate, breast, pancreatic plus many other types of cancer. How does Blood Root kill cancer cells? There are numerous studies that detail the effects of Sanguinarine and cellular reproduction. The bottom line is that it causes cancer cell apoptosis meaning that it causes cancer cells to die.
 The beauty of Blood Root is that it does not harm healthy cells, but only kills the cancer cells. How wonderful is that??!!
 But I must caution you that Blood Root by nature is an emetic and if not taken properly, can cause nausea and make you vomit.
 DO NOT attempt to follow a regime of Blood Root on your own! - See more at: http://www.naturalhealth365.com/cancer_treatments/blood-root.html#sthash.0epvqLci.dpuf

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visit here on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 1:32 AM
This is really amazing to read about the herbs which you've founded and share in this article. The need is to share the data with us. Thank you!
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https://www.resumewriterslist.com/knockemdead-review/ on Monday, December 30, 2019 6:03 AM
I would like to thank you for featuring this herb for this week. I have been checking out your articles for the past few weeks and I must say that I am indeed satisfied with all of the information that I get here. You are indeed passionate with giving help to others and I am so happy because I am one of the people who were given this opportunity to know these details. I will forever treasure what I have learned here and also make sure that I will share it to others. A lot of people deserve to know all of these things.

bestdissertations.com on Friday, May 17, 2019 11:13 AM
Bloodroot, scientific name Sanguinaria, is an herbaceous flowering plant that can only be found in eastern North America. Eastern American Indian tribes used this perennial herb as a red dye and to treat various ailments like ulcers and skin maladies. During the 19th century, bloodroot found medical applications in the form of topical remedy for skin cancers, polyps and warts. If you are interested in this particular herb, they can be found on floodplains and near shores in eastern North American from Nova Scotia in Canada, to the south in Florida and in the west in the Greater Lakes and down in Mississippi.
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You know a lot about herbs. That's why I appreciate your blog. Good job.
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Danald Wilkins on Saturday, December 21, 2019 3:36 AM
Thanks for sharing such a great article. Google
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