Scientists have discovered a Chinese plant with a peculiar name to be an amazing fighter against cancer cells. The plant was tested on rats with pancreas cancer and to their surprise in just 40 days the cancer was completely gone.
The scientists conducting the experiment are hoping to raise funds and get an approval for human testing and are quite optimistic about the outcome.
The plant is called thunder god wine or lei gong teng in Chinese, and it has been used in Chinese alternative medicine for centuries as a treatment for a number of diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis.
According to latest research from the University of Minnesota’s Masonic Cancer Center after just 40 days of using this plant the tumors were completely gone, as if they were never there in the first place. The best thing is that the situation remains the same even after the treatment has ended. The research and experiments regarding this amazing plant were published in the journal Science Translational Medicine.
The scientists believe that this plant gets its amazing healing powers from the high amount of triploids. Triploids have been a subject of cancer-related research before and are known to have powerful cancer-fighting properties.
It’s more than evident that the cure for cancer should be searched for in Nature. There are a million healing plants we probably haven’t even heard about, just like this thunder god wine, which probably possess incredible medicinal properties. Modern medicine doesn’t have an answer for s, so we need to start looking elsewhere.
The main problem is that the pharmaceutical companies can’t profit from these natural remedies and that’s why we’re at this standstill. This plant is extremely cheap and if they don’t have profit they don’t want to invest in further research. Despite this, some of the scientists involved in the research are fighting hard and are trying to synthesize a medicine from this plant which would get an approval from the FDA. But if they do succeed, the medicine would probably get patented and then sold expensively.