Bladder Cancer Cells killed by Wasabia japonica!
A perennial herb has been shown in a number of Scientific Studies to kill Bladder Cancer Cells very quickly and efficiently, without harming normal cells.
There is no chemotherapy; injections or even a Doctors prescription required either.
In the last decade Bladder Cancer has moved into people’s consciousness as the various cancer societies around the world keep us all informed of the spread of this disease. According to most of them Bladder Cancer is now number 4 on the Cancer Mortality listing.
As this trend increases we still get fed the same gruel of half-truths, and unreliable advice. This advice hasn’t changed in a decade. Even the “approved” methods of treating the disease haven’t changed significantly.
There has been several news items lately that tell us that a urine test for the EN2 protein will let you know if you have Bladder Cancer. However in 2011 the University of Surrey, UK, released a paper that claimed that this same protein could indicate Prostate Cancer. So now we have the same test telling us two different things, with different outcomes and treatment methods. Is either of them reliable? – I don’t think so. Even now this “simple urine test” is still not available for either diagnosis.
According to the Specialists you need to stop smoking, don’t become a hairdresser, don’t handle dangerous chemicals, or not work in various other industries to reduce the chance of you getting Bladder Cancer.
So, what if you don’t do any of the above and yet you are still diagnosed with Bladder Cancer. There is still the chance it can be brought under control, isn’t there?
Well, the reality is that by time the doctor actually gets round to testing for Bladder Cancer by normally using invasive techniques through the urethra and actually see the Bladder Cancer with their own eyes, it is normally past the point of no return. Sure you might be able to get it under control, but it is unlikely you can get rid of it. This is particularly true if the Cancer has broken through the bladder wall into the supporting muscle.
Even the treatment the doctors suggest hasn’t changed either. They still recommend injected BCG cells into the bladder to try and kill the Bladder Cancer Cells. That has to be done on a regular embarrassing and uncomfortable basis. If that doesn’t work, or maybe the doctor / specialist / hospital decides they / it needs more money for something, then chemotherapy will be suggested, or maybe even surgery. Eventually, you might end up with an external urine plastic bag for even more embarrassment when going through airport security. In addition to that you will be prescribed expensive drugs for the rest of your life.
The doctors with all their fancy equipment and learning are really just the ambulance at the bottom of the cliff, when we actually just need a fence at the top of the cliff to stop us falling over.
What am I talking about?
I am talking about being able to reduce the risk of getting Bladder Cancer by taking Preventative measures now, instead of noticing blood in your urine, or backache that won’t go away, or the many other minor symptoms that might occur with this disease.
You can stop smoking, and change your career to reduce the possibility of actively encouraging the disease, but in addition to that you need to start being pro-active in reducing the risk to you and your loved ones.
According to a study released in March 2013, a 12 year study showed that eating more fruit and vegetables reduced the risk of getting invasive Bladder Cancer, particularly in women.
This though is nothing new, after all how long has the saying “We are what we eat” been around.
Nutritionist, dietitians, scientists, herbalists and the more enlightened members of the medical community have been advocating this for decades.
Since 2002 the scientific community have been producing numerous peer-reviewed papers that state again and again that the consumption of a particular group of vegetables are particularly good at killing cancer cells of all types.
The vegetables in question are members of the cabbage family, with the king of the Cancer Killers being found in the Wasabia japonica plant. This has a combination of naturally occurring Cancer Killing ingredients that are 40 times more effective than any other member of the cabbage family.
In the Wasabia japonica there are 3 totally unique ingredients that are found nowhere else in the plant kingdom. It is these unique ingredients that work with the more common ingredients that are also found in members of the cabbage family that have the knock out punch for Cancer cells.
This has been found to be especially true for Bladder Cancer Cells. The reason for this is common sense once it is explained.
The Wasabia japonica is taken by mouth either as a food or in a capsule. Studies have shown that approximately 10 minutes after eating or taking them the unique ingredients can be found in the urine. This indicates that these ingredients are absorbed very quickly into the body and arrive quickly where they are required. Since the Bladder is a storage device for the urine, these unique ingredients remain in the Bladder for a longer time than in other organs of the body. The longer the urine remains in the bladder, the longer the ingredients have to find and deal with the Bladder Cancer cells.
It is the contact of these unique ingredients that attack the Bladder Cancer cells and kill them before they get a chance to spread. This killing system has a scientific name of “inducing apoptosis”. Since most Bladder Cancer starts on the inner wall of the Bladder itself as a single abnormal cell, the quicker they are dealt with the better.
Why is this important?
Because dead Bladder Cancer Cells can’t breed.
The reason why “inducing apoptosis” into the Bladder Cancer cells is important, is because when then are dead they are unable to produce more cancer cells, grow into tumours or spread to other parts of the body.
The clever bit about the Wasabia japonica ingredients is that they don’t kill or harm normal cells. They really have a lock on the cancer sells and only go after them.
The other really neat thing about them is that these same unique ingredients stimulate the liver to get rid of these dead cells in a quick and efficient manner. In addition they also boost the natural immune system so that more T cells are generated to carry out their search and destroy cancer cell mission throughout the body for any cancer cells that may have escaped from the bladder.
What is Wasabia japonica?
Wasabia japonica is a perennial herb that is widely acknowledged as very difficult to grow. It can take up to 3 years before it becomes big enough to harvest.
Originally grown in the mountains of Japan, this herb is now being grown around the World, although normally in small quantities as the environmental requirements for its successful growth are difficult to reproduce.
The big problem about rushing into your local store and getting a tube or tin of “wasabi” off the shelf and eating that is that it very rarely contain any Wasabia japonica. Most of them are made with mustard and / or horseradish with colouring added to make it the green colour of natural wasabi. The very important unique ingredients are missing, and will be unable to help kill the cancer cells.
It is these unique ingredients that give the 40 times boost to the cancer cell killing properties of Wasabia japonica.
Types of Wasabia japonica
Even when you find a fresh rhizome of Wasabia japonica, you can’t be sure of its origin.
Was it grown in the ground? If so, then there is a good chance that it contains a disease of some sort. After all the wasabi is a member of the Cabbage family, and they are well-known to be difficult to grow without disease. Because of this most wasabi will have been sprayed with pesticides and other chemicals to try to control these diseases and insect infestation.
Was it grown in water? There are a lot of growers now growing wasabi in flowing water, but it is extremely unlikely that any of this product will have made it to your local store. The expense of setting up a growing area that will grow more than 2000 plants would have put most potential growers off. [A grower in Australia is claiming that it has cost him 1 million Australian dollars to set up a 4000-plant operation – pure baloney of course, unless he really didn’t know what he was doing]. With this sort of cost most growers have less than 1000 plants and will want more money than you can get from a $5 tin or tube at your local store. It is also possible that someone from upstream pollutes the water, and no one has picked it up because of lack of water testing.
The only Wasabia japonica you can trust is the one that has been grown in sterile conditions, and has been independently tested to ensure it is not polluted or has been contaminated with other stuff. [Remember Melamine in the baby Milk Powder from China in 2008].
More information about this type of fully tested Wasabia japonica can be found here.
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