Preventing Cancer

Preventing Cancer »
Unfortunately, each week, we speak to someone who has some form of cancer.  So this week, let’s take a look at how Canna Oils BCP can potentially help those with colon cancer.  Below is an excerpt from a study, that in my opinion is very encouraging.  I’ve put explanations of some of the words in brackets, so it’s easier to read.

“The cytotoxicity (the degree to which something is toxic to living cells) of Beta-caryophyllene was tested against seven human cancer cell lines. The corresponding selectivity index was determined by testing its cytotoxicity on normal cells. The effects of Beta-caryophyllene were studied on a series of in vitro antitumor-promoting assays using colon cancer cells. Results showed that Beta-caryophyllene demonstrated selective antibacterial activity against S. aureus (a common bacterium that lives on the skin and in some people’s noses) and more pronounced anti-fungal activity than kanamycin (a water-soluble broad-spectrum antibiotic).

Beta-caryophyllene also displayed strong antioxidant effects. Additionally, Beta-caryophyllene exhibited selective anti-proliferative (used or tending to inhibit cell growth) effects against colorectal cancer cells. The results also showed that Beta-caryophyllene induces apoptosis (natural process of self-destruction) via nuclear condensation and fragmentation pathways including disruption of mitochondrial membrane potential. Further, Beta-caryophyllene demonstrated potent inhibition against clonogenicity (the degree to which a cell can form clones), migration, invasion and spheroid formation in colon cancer cells. These results prompt us to state that Beta-caryophyllene is the active principle responsible for the selective anticancer and antimicrobial activities of A. crassnia.
Beta-caryophyllene has great potential to be further developed as a promising chemotherapeutic agent against colorectal malignancies.”

Preventing Cancer »
How exciting is that?!  Again, Canna Oils BCP has the potential to be a great alternative / additional treatment for cancer, not mention it’s great antifungal and antibacterial properties.

Disclaimer:  The information in this post is for reference purposes only and not intended to constitute or replace professional medical advice. Please consult a qualified medical professional before making any changes to your diet, medications or lifestyle. The above information is for educational purposes only – not intended as medical advice.  Results vary person to person.

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