Scientists Discover That This Common Herb Can Kill Cancer Cells In Just 24 Hours!

As we progress into modern society we are coming across various natural remedies that are extremely effective and accurate that we are pretty baffled to just now be finding their healing properties out just now.

This herb is the same herb frequently used as a salad in Asia that has been shown being able to destroy cancer cells without any harm coming to healthy tissue. According to the researchers over at the University of Washington, they have managed to create a compound that is based on traditional Chinese medicine that has been known to be 1,200 times more effective in killing malignant cells in comparison to chemotherapy drugs.

This herb combined with iron can selectively target cancerous cells and has also been proven to be a magnificent tool when it comes to combating this disease. The senior author of the study and chemistry professor at the University of Washington, Tomikazu Sasaki, describes this compound as: “… a special agent planting a bomb inside the [cancer] cell.”

As many of us already know that traditional chemotherapy is riddled with severe side-effects as well as known to kill not only cancerous cells but healthy ones, researchers have been encouraged by their findings. The treatment developed by Sasaki and his group has been seen to be far more specific, demonstrating by killing 12,000 cancer cells for each healthy cell that is affected. This minimizes the severe adverse side-effects.

What's behind this amazing discovery? The element of artemisinin, an active compound that can be found within sweet wormwood. This herb has been known to successfully treat those who had malaria and has saved millions of lives all over the globe. Combine this herb with the power of iron, the compound is able to help the maintanence needed to help rapid tumor growth, and has been shown that they are more than ready to consume the artemisinin-iron tag compound.

This kind of research has plunged us that much farther into the future.