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Cancer & the Role of Nature's Medicine During Treatments



It's a scary stat that over 40% of Canadians may be faced with getting some form of cancer. It'd perhaps be too easy to breakdown just why this epidemic may exist taking into account our diets and lives of convenience and sheer lack of knowledge about health and how our bodies work. At the end of the day, we all want the best quality of life.

Treatments can wreck havoc on the healthiest of humans, chemotherapy, surgeries, radiation, immune and hormonal agents. Encouragement is there to research and understand more of what nature has for us in these trying times.

Mistletoe (injections)- usually used with conventional treatments can greatly help fatigue and other treatment symptoms including immunity.

Vitamin C (intravenously) - a pro-oxident that can battle cancel cells while leaving healthy cells unharmed.

Cannabis
Vitamin D
Astragalus
Probiotics
Melatonin
Restorative Yoga
Medicinal Mushrooms

Of course depending on where your battle begins, whether optimum health to stave off cancer all together (garlic, broccoli) or limit tumor growth (volcanic ash) there are so many compounds nature has provided us with to help us along the way. 

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