Being diagnosed with cancer is a stressful and life-changing experience as the disease is serious and can completely ruin your health.
The recommended therapy for any type of cancer is either chemotherapy or radiation, although there are many people which treat it with alternative therapies. Alternative medicine doesn’t have the side-effects of chemotherapy, and there are many studies which have proven its efficiency in the battle against cancer.
Today we’re going to talk about one remedy that is among the most beneficial ones against the disease – moringa. The moringa tree has been used against various illnesses including diabetes, arthritis, anemia and epilepsy. When combined with chemotherapy, the plant can reduce the negative side-effects of the treatment and support the immune system, helping your body fight the cancerous cells.
Science has done more than a few studies on the plant’s efficiency against cancer, and they’ve all provided great results. The moringa plant contains a variety of nutrients and enzymes which can support your immune system in the fight against cancer and also assists chemotherapy against the cancer cells. According to recent studies, the plant can work against a variety of cancer types, but is especially effective against colon, liver, ovarian, pancreatic and breast cancer. The plant is usually used in the form of supplements, but it may be better to use it raw. You can add moringa powder or leaves in your soups, stews or smoothies, or simply brew a cup of moringa tea and drink it several times a day.
The plant has shown great results in lab and animal studies, although there still haven’t been any human trials. Of course, in order for it to be effective, you need to consume the right amount. 6 gr. of moringa per day seems to be most effective against cancer – anything more than that can have negative effects on your health. Furthermore, the plant is not recommended in cases of pregnancy, or being used in combination with some medications.
If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, you should talk to your doctor about adding moringa supplements into your diet. The plant should be used alongside chemotherapy, not on its own. In this way, it will neutralize the side-effects of the treatment while also supporting your body in the fight against cancer.