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This South American Plant Is a Potential Cure for Cancer and Infertility


Brazilian arrowroot, also known as manioc, cassava, tapioca, and under its medicinal name Manihot esculenta, is a plant of the spurge genus that has its origins in the forests of South-America. Cassava has been mostly used as a common ingredient for bread and beverages, however, recent discoveries have inspired a different use for it, as a cancer and fertility treatment.

Cassava is now regularly used as a natural medicine for fertility problems, arthritis and migraines, due to its rich beta-carotene, lysine and protein content, but also because of its high concentrations of Vitamin C and calcium. That’s why it is a great natural solution for bone strength and better immunity.
Why is cassava good for you?

Well, first of all, because its starch extract – tapioca gives incredible results in lowering cholesterol levels, increasing blood count, improving digestion, helping with weight loss, as well as preventing and treating a number of health conditions like Alzheimer’s, diabetes, heart problems, cancer (bladder, prostate, and colon cancer), birth defects and fluid misbalance.
But even though it is extremely beneficial, the cassava plant cannot be freely consumed without some preparation. This is mostly due to the small percentage of cyanide it contains, which it safe for consumption only after proper precautionary steps are taken.

If you want to use the cassava plant you will first need to peel it, slice it, and then alternately submerge it in cold and hot water. After properly cooking it, you will need to store the wet leaves in your fridge for two hours. After refrigerating the leaves, they will need to be kept in water again, and finally use that water in your juice or mineral water. The recommended dosage is one glass each morning before breakfast.
Use of Cassava in Cancer Treatment
The cassava plant is rich in Vitamin B17, which is one of the most commonly used vitamins in cancer treatments. Dr.Cythia Jayasuriya, an ear, nose, and throat surgeon, was already diagnosed with cancer when she started reading about the use of B17 in cancer treatments, which made her seek the best solution for supplying her body with this vitamin.

Her story is a story of a decade-long brave struggle with transitional cell cancer. After trying other conventional cancer treatments, she began researching alternative medicine for a natural cure. Luckily, she stumbled upon an article published on WorldWithoutCancer.org, where the cassava plant was mentioned as a viable solution, due to its B17 content.

After she informed herself on the proper dosage and use, she started taking 100g of manioc, three times a day, for a month. The way she used it was to eat it boiled in the morning, and make a curry out of it for her lunch and dinner. The result she achieved was a pleasant suprise, as her cystoscopy showed no signs of cancer after her month of eating cassava.

Dr. Cythia on the way manioc works
When you consume manioc, the B17 vitamin establishes a connection with the Rohdanese enzyme within your healthy cells, which results in the dissolving of B17 into three separate sugars. On the other hand, this dissolving is different within your cancer cells, resulting into the breaking down of B17 into benzaldehyde, glucose and the hydrocyanic acid which acts as a LTTE cyanide pill, i.e. it kills the cancer cell.

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