Mushrooms and cancer

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  1. JoAnn Wells

    JoAnn Wells Active Member

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    Has anyone heard anything about using anything mushroom to help with cancer. Not asking anyone to prescribe, just share.
     
  2. JoAnn Wells

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    I get no answer How about Turkey Tail
     
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    People desperate for cancer resort to many ways to beat the disease. I've heard that many people have reduced the rate of tumor growth with kale freshes and other smoothies made from greens and kale. However, this hasn't yet been proven one hundred percent. I've also heard that some people use CBD oil in combination with fenbendazole-containing capsules. It has helped them reduce tumor pain and minimize the spread of the tumor a little bit throughout the body. Of course, this hasn't been proven yet either, but doctors don't deny the effects of this strange mix either.
     
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  4. JoAnn Wells

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    There is no scientific proof that any type of fungi helps with cancer. Native and oriental people have a tradition of using Turkey Tail and Chaga for boosting the immune system.
     
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    Fomitopsis pinicola, Hericium erinaceus, Inonotus obliquus and Trametes versicolor. These are the very mushrooms the scientists were talking about. They investigated the process of the effects of these mushrooms on mc38 cells, and the mushrooms are used in Asian and Far Eastern folk medicine. I know there are plans to study anti-cancer activity in mushroom extracts, but there is no news. The result could be a new generation of low-toxicity drugs targeting different types of tumors. Scientists believe that many other species of mushrooms contain chemical compounds capable of beating cancer
     
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