Posted on Feb 13, 2010 | Comments 1
Chinese researchers have stumbled upon a new, natural antidote to cancer. We have known for a while the healing properties of chrysanthemum and now it may just be good for yet another.
This commonly grown flower has shown “antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, immunodulatory, and neuroprotective effects,” according to the Chinese research which found some success in treating certain types of cancer using this extract along with other traditional Chinese medicines.
Chrysanthemum extract works against malignant cells and stops the spread of those cancerous cells in the body. It is able to do this without harming healthy tissue in the body and therefore holds out great promise for the future.
Posted in: Herbal Medicine