The latest advances in prostate cancer treatment could come from bees.
You see, bees use a substance called propolis to repair their hives. It turns out, this natural bees' glue can help treat sore throats, burns, allergies, and many other illnesses, even cancer. In fact, a recent study using propolis showed remarkable results in treating prostate cancer…
Latest study shows propolis stops tumour
cells in their tracks…
In a study out of the University of Chicago Medicine, researchers looked specifically at caffeic acid phenethyl ester
(CAPE) – a specific compound in propolis. They studied its potential in the fight against early-stage prostate cancer
The results showed CAPE stops prostate tumour
cells in their tracks by shutting down the cancer
’s ability to find its nutrition sources. After just six weeks of treatment with CAPE, tumours reduced by half.
CAPE doesn’t attack and kill the tumours, it starves them to death. So, if treatment stops, the cancer
can start growing again. But the good news is, CAPE showed it was a powerful prostate cancer treatment
even at concentrations orally administered. Scientists are saying CAPE can be a valuable complement to traditional cancer
This study marks a new wave in research. The researchers identified the actual biological mechanism that makes this natural remedy work. So not only is this study exciting for natural prostate cancer treatment
, it also marks a potential real change in the level of respect for natural and alternative medicine.
These eight secrets could end bathroom anxiety, save your manhood and protect your dignity...
Few things are worse than "The Dreaded Urge".
You might know what I'm talking about: Restless nights, constant trips to the bathroom and endless frustration as you dribble helplessly over the toilet.
Even when you do manage to go, "The Dreaded Urge" stays with you.
Don't look away, there's no shame in this. Heck, this affects one in every two men at some point in their lives...
You need to know that you can take control of your prostate
without potentially dangerous medications or risky surgeries... That could lead to a lifetime of adult nappies and bedroom problems.
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