60 vegi capsules
Amounts per 400mg vegi capsule:
Milk Thistle Silymarin 80% 50mg
Graviola Annona Muricata 150mg
Curcumin Curcumin Longa 50mg
Sutherlandia Frutescans 50mg
Magnolia Bark Honokolol 50mg
Other ingredients: Colloidal Sillicon Dioxide, BioPerine 2.5mg
- No preservatives
- No fillers
Direction to use: Take 2 (two) capsules daily.
More about the active ingredients:
Graviola: There are many studies on Graviola, confirming the following benefits:
Cancer studies have shown that graviola helps various types of cancers (breast, colon, lung, pancreatic, prostate, liver) by prohibiting cancer cell division and causing cancer cell death. Further studies have also shown that graviola extract helps cancer tumors by blocking ATP to tumor cells causing cell death while not harming healthy cells.
Graviola extract is effective against multidrug resistant cancer cell lines.
Graviola has been shown to be beneficial for the heart and liver.
Graviola is a natural antimicrobial used to kill bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungus.
Graviola helps the nervous system by calming nerves, relieving stress, improving sleep and lifting depression due to its ability to stimulate serotonine receptors.
Graviola assists the immune system in cleansing abnormal cell/tissue growth.
Graviola helps alleviate muscle and joint pain.
Magnolol/Honokiol is a substance taken from the root and bark of the mMgnolia tree, is a potent killer of prostate cancer cells, according to a study in the Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. Because it does not damage healthy cells, magnolol could be a promising new therapy for prostate cancer, as well as other types of cancers.
Magnolol, a compound isolated from the root and bark of the magnolia tree, has been used in China and Japan for thousands of years to treat a variety of conditions, ranging from inflammation to ulcers. Recent research suggests that it also slows the growth and triggers the death of cancer cells. Honokiol, a unique compound extracted from magnolia bark, is a potent antioxidant that’s shown in preclinical studies to protect against skin cancer. It’s also a powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer ingredient, natural anti-anxiety aid and effective antibacterial agent.
Sutherlandia (Sutherlandia frutescens) is also known as Cancer Bush or Kankerbos. Sutherlandia Frutescens, and all the complex compounds that it comprises (the amino acid, L-Canavanine, which has antiviral, anti-bacterial, antifungal and anti-cancer activities. Pinitol, a known anti-diabetic agent, which is used to treat the wasting in cancer – associated with the onset of certain types of cancer – and AIDS patients. GABA, an inhibitory neuro-transmitter, which has been found to lift depression.) What is apparent is that Sutherlandia may have strong benefits to some individuals in the treatment of many of the side effects of cancer as it increases the physical strength and endurance of individuals with cancer, which may assist in the body’s ability to fight the sickness.
Silymarin is a flavonoid complex that detoxifies the body and is a strong liver tonic. Silymarin strengthens the body’s immune system which makes it effective in fighting cancer by stopping the growth of cancer cells. Research has found that Silymarin destroys prostate, breast, and cervical cancer cells and prohibits cancer cells from attacking other organs; Reduces the side effects of chemotherapy and blocks tumours from starting or continuing to grow.
Amla is rich in antioxidants which help in restricting the growth of carcinogenic cells and is highly effective in preventing the growth of cancerous cells. It helps in keeping harmful free radicals at bay. Antioxidants in Amla can even counterattack the side effects of anti-cancer drugs. Amla increases the oxygen levels in the body and in turn this weakens the cancer cells which die in the presence of oxygen.
Turmeric: Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic properties of turmeric and curcumin are undergoing intense research which show that curcumin slows the development and growth of a number of types of cancer cells. In Japan researchers defined curcumin as a broad-spectrum anti-cancer agent. Its induction of “detoxifying enzymes,” the researchers say, indicate its “potential value … as a protective agent against chemical carcinogenesis and other forms of electrophilic toxicity. The significance of these results can be implicated in relation to cancer chemo-preventive effects of curcumin against the induction of tumors in various target organs” (Iqbal M, et al. Pharmacol Toxicol. 2003 Jan;92(1):33-8).