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Poisonous Oleander flower as a cancer cure

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  • Poisonous Oleander flower as a cancer cure

    Just found article that explain the use of Oleander toxin as a cancer cure:

    ACS :: Oleander Leaf
    Although this plant is poisonous, products made from oleander have been used for centuries as herbal medicine. Historical records show that the Mesopotamians in the 15th century B.C. believed in the healing properties of oleander. The Babylonians used a mixture of oleander and licorice to treat hangovers. Pliny, the Elder of ancient Greece, wrote about the appearance and properties of oleander. Arab physicians first used oleander as a cancer treatment in the 8th century A.D.

    During the 1960s, Huseyin Z. Ozel, MD, a Turkish physician, began his studies of oleander as an anti-cancer treatment. He developed an oleander extract that he patented and trademarked in the United States and Europe as Anvirzel. He began his study because of folk traditions that suggested that an extract of oleander was effective against leukemia.
    Other link:
    Tony Isaacs Oleander Protocol For Cancer or AIDS
    The Recipe for "Oleander Soup"
    The Recipe for Oleander Soup - Tips and Advice
    An Amazing Discovery in Turkey - Part 1 of the Oleander Series

    Will try to dig if Avecenna (Ibnu Sina) ever use Oleander.

    Anti:
    ACS :: Oleander Leaf

    Promote:
    issf-home.org
    Poisonous Oleander Cure for Cancer
    Last edited by sucahyo; 12-17-2009, 08:49 AM.

  • #2
    Thanks for that.
    I didn't see this the other day when I posted a thread on cancer.
    I've heard stories about women poisoning their husbands coffee and tea with oleander to get rid of them.( I'm not trying to be sexist, I've only ever heard of women doing it)
    I wonder if they cured any of their husbands cancers before the oleander finally killed them.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by HiggsBoson View Post
      Thanks for that.
      I didn't see this the other day when I posted a thread on cancer.
      I've heard stories about women poisoning their husbands coffee and tea with oleander to get rid of them.( I'm not trying to be sexist, I've only ever heard of women doing it)
      I wonder if they cured any of their husbands cancers before the oleander finally killed them.
      That would be the same as current accepted doctor cure. The patients die because of the side effect with cancer "remission".

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      • #4
        side effect is really direct effect

        Originally posted by sucahyo View Post
        That would be the same as current accepted doctor cure. The patients die because of the side effect with cancer "remission".
        Sucahyo, I get what you're saying, but really, there is no such thing as
        a "side effect". All effects are DIRECT effects of the drugs - just undesired
        effects so they downplay them by calling them "side effects".

        But very interesting about poisoning husbands with it.
        Sincerely,
        Aaron Murakami

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        • #5
          True

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