This South American Plant Is A Potential Cure For Cancer And Infertility


Until recently, this exotic plant was only used for making bread and drinks, but now it is known that it is able to heal cancer or infertility.

Its name is Manihot esculenta while the people know it as cassava, manioc, Brazilian arrowroot and tapioca.

Cassava tubers are part of the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae) of plants and are originated from the South-American forests.

The cassava plant is very effective cure for infertility, headaches and arthritis. Its leaves are filled with protein, lysine and beta-carotene, while the root includes high amounts of calcium and vitamin C.

You will firm your bones and be more durable by consuming this plant regularly.


Benefits of Manioc (Cassava plant)

Tapioca is tasty starch extract derived from this plant and the scientists believe that it is good for weight gain, prevents birth defects, reduces cholesterol, improves circulation and red blood cell count, prevents diabetes, maintains bone mineral density, improves digestion, improves heart health, maintains fluid balance in the body and prevents Alzheimer’s disease. It is also a great ally in the fight against colon, prostate and bladder cancer.

According to a recent study this plant can be very good for treating tumors.

In order to consume it, you should cook it well because you will need to eliminate the small amount of poisonous cyanide. If you like to take it for medicinal purposes, you will need to remove its skin, cut it into pieces and immerse it alternating hot and cold water. Then you should keep the cassava leaves in the fridge for two hours. The liquid in which the leaves were soaked needs to be combined with other liquid like water or fruit juice and be consumed every morning on an empty stomach.

Cassava Is Rich in Vitamin B17- Used in Medication to Counter Cancer

Vitamin B17 is very helpful in the fight against cancer. The cassava plant includes high levels of vitamin B17 which makes it very good ally in the fight against any cancer. Amazed with this fact, Dr. Cynthia Jayasuriya, ear, nose and throat surgeon, was interested in finding foods that are high in B17 vitamin because she was already diagnosed with cancer. She has very encouraging and inspiring story to tell. She was diagnosed with transitional cell cancer and fought with it for 10 years. Then she decided to face towards the alternative medicine treatment. She discovered that cassava is loaded with vitamin B17 she consumed the plant for one month. She took 100 grams of cassava three times a day. She consumed it boiled in the mornings and as a curry in the afternoon and in the evening. Her doctor couldn’t find any signs of cancer during her cystoscopy.

Here is her explanation about how this plant really works:

When the cassava is consumed, the vitamin B17 unites with an enzyme called Rhodanese in the normal human cell. It degrades the B17 into three sugars. The human cell contains a different enzyme known as bet-glucosidase, which degrades the B17 into glucose, hydrocyanic acid and benzaldehyde. The hydrocyanic acid works like LTTE cyanide capsule, destroying the cancer cells.

Once the vitamin B17 unites with a normal cell enzyme it degrades into three sugars, but when it unites with cancer cell enzyme it degrades into 1 sugar, 1 benzaldehyde and 1 hydrocyanic acid. The hydrocyanic acid destroys the cancer cell locally.

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