This Traditional Chinese Herb Can Eliminate Cancer!
“Thunder god vine” or the original name lei gong teng is Chinese herb which could be the alternative medicine for treating cancer. It has at least one unique compound that within 40 days can fully remove or eliminate cancer tumors. This ancient Chinese herb plays crucial and very important role in traditional Chinese medicine.
A research team from the Masonic Cancer Center at University of Minnesotadiscovered that, when given an injectable extract form of Tripterygium wilfordii, in fewer than five weeks mice with pancreatic tumors experienced complete healing and recovery. The healed mice, even after discontinuing the treatment, indefinitely maintained the cancer-free and healthy state with no signs of tumor resurgence or relapse.
They believe that the lei gong teng compound is first of all responsible for killing and eliminating cancer tumors. The name of that compound is triptolide. It is an active diterpenoid that has been shown in several previous studies to exhibit broad anti-cancer activity. The team was able to effectively isolate this triptolide and the convert it into a water soluble form. The researchers then, for a little more than one month, regularly injected this form into the mice. It was enough to cure the animals’ cancers.
Said the vice chairman of the research center, Ashok Saluja. “We could see that every day we looked at those mice. The tumor was decreasing and decreasing, and then just gone.”
Back in 2007, researchers from Columbia University and Yale University found that triptolide effectively triggers cancer cell apoptosis. It is also known as programmed cell death. Over the years a lot of other studies, in a general sense, have also identified triptolide as a powerful tumor fighter. We can say that is like a weapon against aggressive prostate cancers.
In a 2006 study on the powerful Chinese herb researchers write: “Triptolide, a diterpenoid isolated from the Chinese herb Tripterygium wilfordii Hook.f, has shown anti-tumor activities in a broad range of solid tumors,”. This unique and particular study actually found that the target of the triptolide are various leukemic cancer cell lines. It also increases the effectiveness of other anticancer agents.