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African Cancer Cure Effort Must Be Added To Your List

pic of African Muslim biologist Dr. Mansurah Abdulazeez
Photo courtesy Dr. Mansurah Abdulazeez

In the U.S., oncology MD’s want to find a cancer cure more than anything else, and there are all sorts of drugs and pharma products being produced daily to address the need.

On the other hand, holistic medicine men and women here and abroad know a least ten (10) ways to stop or alleviate the evil tumor. In 2014, I purchased, the Ultimate Cancer Survival Guide, an e-book that explains various actions one can take towards health after receiving the dreaded diagnosis. If you’d like a copy, comment on this post and provide your email or text address.

Certainly, many alternatives –maybe not Dr. Sebi’s or well-meaning derivatives — are designed for the unscrupulous to get rich. It is very easy for the rich to capitalize on a popular superfood, because they can pay high prices for flashy marketing and advertising to reel the masses in.

pick of "cancer-cure" white tea & rooibos combo

Still, research continues, and there is another cancer cure afoot you must know about. I’m telling you about it because I don’t think the mass media will.

Soursop and Moringa Highlighted in Cancer Cure Search

A Nigerian molecular biologist, Mansurah Abdulazeez, is embarking on the herculean task of finding a permanent cure for cancer, using natural plants of course.

“Abdulazeez’s ambitious visionary research into African plants to develop drugs for the dreaded disease comes at a time when the global cancer burden is estimated to have risen to 18.1 million new cases and 9.6 million deaths, according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC).”

The number is expected to rise to close to 30 million new cases by 2040 if drastic measures and efforts at getting a permanent cure are not sought after.


Speaking to Nature, a weekly international journal publishing the finest peer-reviewed research in all fields of science and technology, Abdulazeez says her effort aims at identifying potent, safe and effective anticancer agents.

She is using Nigerian plants and says that they had already “screened and confirmed” the cytotoxic activities of extracts of the drumstick (Moringa oleifera) and soursop (Annona muricata) trees as well as the native Nigerian shrub Peristrophe bicalyculata on cervical carcinoma and fetal lung carcinoma cell lines.

“We also studied what anticancer mechanisms these plants exhibit. We found that these plants act in the body through a variety of mechanisms — there is no single mode of action for all plants,” Abdulazeez adds.

Responsive Plants, Oils or Extracts Are Our Birthright

I’m overjoyed to hear Dr. Abdulazeez say this. Essential oils also work through the mechanisms required by their chemical constituents (discussed here). Every harvest, distillation and production of an extract or oil yields percentages of potent therapeutic factors. Each harvest varies from the last.

Darwin’s “natural selection” process comes into play. It allows plant products to “outwit” microbial or bacterial action that would inhibit life.

Indeed, most pharma drugs isolate key constituents of African and other global healing plants, such as those from the Amazon rain forest (mentioned in the e-book above). Scientists admit keeping the plant whole is necessary for the best health results. After all, the store is named “Whole Foods” for a good [marketing] reason.

However, double-blind studies are needed to prove a cancer cure. (Anecdotal evidence is not good enough for the medical and pharmaceutical industries.) Such studies are harder to conduct when plant profiles change every harvest.

Shift the Mind, the Earth Will Follow

The subtle shift in chemical makeup is nature’s way of working for us. Plant life can and does adapt itself to what we need. There is “no single mode” of behavior by which any plant (extract or essential oil) will always act. Dr. Abdulazeez is spot on.

Her work, however, means you and I must be even more responsible for our personal health. No commercialized product is going to appear to solve the worldwide pandemic of death by cancer. Not anytime soon.

Read the entire article with statistics about the problem here.

–Rev. Niamo Nancy


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