The NO MORE CANCER Combo! – A Powerful Herbal Medicine for Treating and Curing Any Cancer!
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Throughout history there has been a host of natural herbs discovered to successfully fight cancer, and I personally prepared an Herbal solution for a good friend of mine at least 30 years ago, using ALL of the following 32 historically powerful cancer prevention herbs in a powdered combination that she took 3 times daily, along with drinking Red Clover Blossom Tea for her Daily Water intake.  When I met her, she was feeling bad and getting treated with radiation, but after a couple of weeks on the following 32 herbs, she was off of the radiation and feeling well again!  And now, thirty years later, she’s still here…over weight and not in the best of health, because she still let’s her tastbuds dictate her diet…but, she’s still here!

Here we will give VERY specific characteristics of each Cancer Fighting Herb, so you can decide which ones fit your specific needs.  We hope this will aid each of you in customizing your own compounds specifically for YOUR body.  You will be able to read the specific attributes of each herb, and order the specific herbs that you need from Mountain Rose Herbs, one of the few certified organic herb farms!   Whatever herbs you cannot find at Mountain Rose, most likely, Herbs of Mexico (though not organic) will have.

Be sure to TAKE NOTE OF ALL WARNINGS in each herb description and refer to the Herbal Medicine Safety Chart (provided by Herbs of Mexico) to make sure all the herbs you chose are absolutely SAFE for YOU!  Unless otherwise indicated, all of the following herbal information was researched using “Back To Eden” By Jethro Kloss, and “Natural Herbal Formulas” by Dr. Stan Malstrom, as references.

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Botanical Name = Aloe Socotrina

Common Names = Bombay aloes, Turkey aloes, mocha aloes, Zanzibar aloes, Barbados aloes, and Curacao aloes

Part used = leaves

Medicinal Properties: Cathartic, stomachic, aromatic, emmenagogue emollient vulnerary.


Description and Uses:  Promotes menstruation when it is suppressed.  Will expel pinworms after several doses.  Aloes is one of the most healing agencies we have among the herbs.  It is used in many cathartics since it is one of the best herbs to clean out the colon.



Botanical: Agrimonia Eupatoria Common Names: Common Agrimony. Church Steeples. Cockeburr. Sticklewort. Philanthropos. Part Used: The herb. —Habitat—The plant is found abundantly throughout England, on hedge-banks and the sides of fields, in dry thickets and on all waste places. In Scotland it is much more local and does not penetrate very far northward.

–Medicinal Action and Uses—Astringent tonic, diuretic. Agrimony has had a great reputation for curing jaundice and other liver complaints. Gerard believed in its efficacy. He says: ‘A decoction of the leaves is good for them that have naughty livers’: and he tells us also that Pliny called it a ‘herb of princely authoritie.’ Dioscorides stated that it was not only ‘a remedy for them that have bad livers,’ but also ‘for such as are bitten with serpents.’ Dr. Hill, who from 1751 to 1771 published several works on Herbal medicine, recommends ‘an infusion of 6 oz. of the crown of the root in a quart of boiling water, sweetened with honey and half a pint drank three times a day,’ as an effectual remedy for jaundice. It gives tone to the system and promotes assimilation of food.

Agrimony is also considered a very useful agent in skin eruptions and diseases of the blood, pimples, blotches, etc. A strong decoction of the root and leaves, sweetened with honey or sugar, has been taken successfully to cure scrofulous sores, being administered two or three times a day, in doses of a wineglassful, persistently for several months. The same decoction is also often employed in rural districts as an application to ulcers.

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Botanical name: Sanguinaria Canadensis

Common Names: red puccoon, Indian plant, pauson, repaint root, red root, Indian paint, letterwort

Medicinal properties: Emmenagogue, tonic, diuretic, stimulant, febrifuge, emetic, sedative, and rubefacient.


Description and uses: It is and excellent agent in the adenoids, nasal polyps, sore throat, and syphilitic troubles.  When the condition is not easily overcome, combine with equal parts of golden seal.  Bloodroot is also excellent for piles by using the strong tea as an enema.  Effective remedy in coughs, colds, laryngitis, bronchitis, typhoid fever, pneumonia, catarrh, scarlatina, jaundice, dyspepsia, ringworm, whooping cough, running sores, eczema, and skin diseases.  Small doses stimulate the digestive organs and heart.  Large doses act as a sedative and narcotic.  Bloodroot was used as a body paint by the American Indians

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Botanical Name: Iris versicolor

Common names: Poison flag, water flag, water lily, flag lily, fleur-de-lis, liver lily, snake lily, flower-de-luce, iris

Part Used: Rhizome

Medicinal Properties:  Alternative, resolvent, sialagogue, laxative, diuretic, vermifuge.


Description and Uses: Useful in cancer, rheumatism, dropsy, impurity of blood, constipation, syphilis, skin diseases, liver troubles, and as a laxative.  It is very relaxing and stimulating.



Botanical Name: Viola odorata

Common Names: Sweet violet, common blue violet

Part Used: Entire plant

Medicinal Properties: Mucilaginous, laxative, emetic, alterative, antiseptic

Description and Uses: As a tea, violet leaves are used as a blood purifier. Violet leaves are very effective in healing and give prompt relief in internal ulcers.  They have been used as a treatment for cancer.  Use externally for this purpose as a poultice and take the tea internally.  For cancerous growths and other skin diseases, violet is especially beneficial when combined with red clover and vervain.  Violet is a successful remedy in gout, coughs, colds, sores, sore throat, ulcers, scrofula, syphilis, bronchitis, and difficult breathing due to gas and morbid matter in the stomach and bowels.  Violet is wonderful for nervousness or general debility when combined with nerve root, skullcap, or black cohosh.  Relieves severe headache and congestion in the head.  Very effective for whooping cough.



Botanical Name: Rhamnus frangula

Common names: European buckthorn, black alder dogwood, black alder tree, alder buckthorn, black dogwood, Persian berries, European black alder, arrow wood.

Part Used: bark, fruit

Medicinal Properties: Purgative, diuretic, emetic, vermifuge.  Fruit – purgative.

Description and Uses: Buckthorn bark is a very well-known cure for constipation.  It is important to note that freshly cut bark should NOT be used: the bark should be dried for one to two years before using.  It is not habit-forming.  It is an effective remedy for appendicitis.  Good in rheumatism, gout, dropsy, and skin diseases.  Will produce profuse perspiration when taken hot.  Expels worms.  Take both internally and apply externally as a wash.  Ointment made of buckthorn is very effective in reducing itching.  Will remove warts.  Good used as a fomentation or poultice.



Botanical Name: Arctium lappa

Common Names: Grass burdock, clotbur, bardana, burr seed, hardock, hareburr, hurr-burr, turkey burr seed, beggar’s buttons, thorny burr, lappa, cocklebur

Parts used: Roots, leaves, seeds

Medicianl Properties: Roots – diuretic, depilatory, alterative.  Leaves – maturating.  Seed – alterative, diuretic, tonic.

DESCRIPTION AND uses: The root is one of the best blood purifiers for syphilis and other diseases of the blood.  It cleanses and eliminates impurities from the blood very rapidly.  Burdock tea taken freely will heal all kinds of skin diseases, boils, and carbuncles.  Increases the flow of urine.  Excellent for gout, rheumatism, scrofula, canker sores, sciatica, gonorrhea, and leprosy.

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Botanical Name: Rhamnus purshiana

Common names: Purshiana bark, Persian bark, sacred bark, chittem bark, bearberry, California buckthorn.

Part used: Bark

Medicinal Properties: Purgative, bitter tonic.

Description and Uses: One of the oldest, time-proven and most reliable remedies for chronic constipation.  It is not habit-forming.  It is a good intestinal tonic.  An excellent remedy for gallstones and increases the secretion of bile.  Good for liver complaints: especially an enlarged liver.

Caution: Fresh bark should not be used.  It should be at least one year old before using.



Botanical Name – Capsicum frutescens

Common Names; Cayenne pepper, red pepper, capsicum, Spanish pepper, bird pepper, pod pepper, chillies, African pepper, American red pepper, garden pepper.

Part Used: fruit

Medicinal Properties: Stimulant, tonic sialogogue, alterative, rubefacient, carminative, digestive.

Description and Uses: Red pepper is one of the most wonderful herb medicines we have.  We can do many things with it that we are not able to do with any other known herb.  I should never be classed with black pepper, vinegar, or mustard.  These are all irritating, but red pepper is very soothing.  While red pepper smarts a little, it can be put in an open wound, either in a fresh wound or an old ulcer, and it is very healing instead of irritating: but black pepper, mustard, and vinegar are irritating to an open wound and do not promote healing.  Red pepper is one of the most stimulating herbs known to man.  It causes o harm and has no unhealthy reaction.  It is good in all forms of low diseases.  Cayenne is good in coughs, torpor of the kidneys, and to arrest mortification.



Botanical Name: Larrea tridentate

Commona Names: Creosote bush, gobernadora, hediondilla

Parts Used: above-ground parts of the plant

Medicinal Uses: In tinctures to make creams and lotions for external use.  Sometimes used internally as a tea in alternative cancer treatments.  Seldom found encapsulates or as an extract.

Description and Uses: Chaparral contains lignans that are very similar to estrogen, giving it an effect on the skin similar to that of soy taken internally.  Applied to the skin, chaparral can have a remarkable healing effect on eczema, herpes, cold sores, psoriasis and contact dermatitis.

Precautions: Chaparral was once banned by the American herbal products association when it was thought the herb could have caused hepatitis, but the ban was lifted when no association between the herb and the reported cases of hepatitis could be confirmed.  Its long term use is not recommended and excessive use may result in stomach upset.


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Botanical Name: Stellaria media

Common Names: Starweed, starwort, satin flower, adder’s mouth, Indian chickweed, star chickweed, tongue grass, winter weed, stitchwort.

Parts Used: Herb

Medicinal Properties: Alterative, demulcent, refrigerant, mucilaginous, pectoral, resolvent, discutient.

Description and Uses: Chickweed can be used in many ways.  It is considered a great nuisance by gardeners, but it can be used as a food like spinach.  It may be used fresh, dried, powdered, poultices, fomentations, or made into a salve.  Excellent in all cases of bronchitis, pleurisy, coughs colds, hoarseness, rheumatism, inflammation, or weakness of the bowels, and stomach, lungs, bronchial tubes – in fact, any from of internal inflammation. It heals and soothes anything it comes in contact with.

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Botanical Name: Galium aparine

Common names: Bedstraw, clivers, coachweed, goose grass, gooses’ hair, grip grass, gravel grass, gosling weed, hedge-burrs, clabber grass, catchweed, milk sweet, poor robin, savoyan, scratchweed, cleverwort, cheese rent herb

Part used: Entire herb

Medicinal properties: Refrigerant, diuretic, aperient, alterative, tonic

Description and Uses: One of the best remedies for kidney and bladder troubles, particularly burning or suppressed urine, especially when used with broom, uva ursi, buchu, and marshmallow.  Makes an excellent wash for the face to clear the complexion. Due to its refrigerant properties it is excellent in all cases of fever, scarlet fever, measles, and all acute diseases.  Good in many skin diseases, such as cancer, scrofula, and severe cases of eczema.  Also good for inflammatory stages of gonorrhea.  Excellent for stones in the bladder, scurvy, and dropsy.  This herb may be used freely.  Can be used like spinach.  Is excellent to cleanse the blood and strengthen the liver when used in this way.  Cleavers is very astringent due to its high tannin content.



Botanical Name: Symphytum officinale

Common names: Blackwort, bruisewort, gum plant, healing herb, knitback, slippery root, wallwort, nipbone.

Part used: Root

Medicianl Properties: Demulcent, astringent, pectoral, vulnerary, mucilaginous, static nutritive.

Description and Uses: Powerful remedy in coughs catarrh, ulceration or inflammation of the lungs, consumption, hemorrhage and excessive expectoration in asthma and tuberculosis.  Very valuable in ulceration or soreness of the kidneys, stomach, or bowels.  The best remedy for blood urine.



Botanical Name: taraxacum officinale

Part Used: root, leaves

Medicinal Properties: hepatic, aperient, diuretic, depurative, ionic, stomachic.

Description and Uses: Young dandelion leaves have been used in much the same way as spinach or in fresh green salads.  Dandelion contains twenty-eight parts sodium.  The natural nutritive salts purify the blood and help to neutralize the acids in the blood.  Anemia is caused by a deficiency of proper nutrients in the blood and really has little to do with the quantity of blood.  Dandelion is one of the old well-known remedies.  The root is used to increase the flow or urine in remedies.  The root is used to increase the flow of urine in liver problems.  It is slightly laxative.  It is a splendid remedy for jaundice and skin diseases, scurvy, scrofula and eczema.  Useful in all kinds of kidney troubles, diabetes, dropsy inflammation of the bowels and fever.

Has a beneficial effect on the female organs. Increase the activity of the liver, pancreas and spleen, especially in enlargement of the liver and spleen.  Promotes bile formation.

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Botanical Name: Echinacea angustifolia

Common Names: Sampson root, purple cone flower, black Sampson, red sunflower

Part Used; Root

Medicinal Properties: Alterative, antiseptic, tonic, depurative, maturating, febrifuge

Descripation Na Uses: An excellent blood cleanser. Used for bleed poisoning, fevers, carbuncles, acne, eczema, boils, peritonitis, syphilitic conditions, bites and stings of poisonous insects or snakes, erysipelas, gangrenous conditions, diphtheria, tonsillitis, sores, infectious, wounds.  Use as a gargle for sore throat.  Combined with myrrh, it is an excellent remedy for all of these purposes.



Botanical Name: Hydrastis Canadensis

Common Names: Yellow paint root, orange root, yellow puccoon, ground raspberry, eye root, yellow Indian plan, tumeric root, Ohio curcuma, eye balm, yellow eye, jaundice root.

Part Used: Root

Medicinal Properties: laxative, tonic, alterative, detergent, othalmicum, antiperiodic, aperient, diuretic, antiseptic, deobsturent.

Description and Uses: This is one of the most wonderful remedies in the entire herb kingdom.  When one considers all that can be accomplished by its use and what it actually will do, it does seem like a real cure-all.  It is especially valuable in all diseased states of the digestive system.

NOTE: Do not take either during pregnancy or continuously for a long period of time without some periods of rest.



Botanical Name: Eupatorium purpureum

Common Names: Trumpet-weed, Gravelweed, Joe-pye Weed, Jopi Weed, Queen-of-the-Meadow Root, purple boneset, Eupatorium purpureum, trifoliatum, and maculatum.

Part Used – Fresh root

Medicinal properties: Diuretic, nervine.  Formerly the use of this purple flowered Boneset was very similar to that tof the ordinary Boneset.  It is sepecially valuable as a diuretic and stimulant as well as an astringent tonic, and is considered a valuable remedy in dropsy, strangury, gravel, hematuria, gout and rheumatism, exerting a special influence upon chronic renal and cystic troubles.

Description and Uses:  This is a good solution for gravel in the bladder, chronic urinary and kidney disorders, dropsy, neuralgia, and all such ailments.  excellent for rheumatism.  Very soothing for the nerbs and relaxing.  increase the flow of urine, and is a wonderful remedy when combined with uvaursi, marshmallow, blue cohosh, and lily root for female troubles, bladder and kidney infections, diabetes, and Bright’s disease.



Botanical Name: Glycyrrhizia glabra

Common Names: Sweetwood, Licorice Root

Part used: Root

Medicinal Properties: Laxative, tonic, expectorant, demulcent, pectoral emollient

Description and Uses: Licorice is primarily used for lung and throat problems.  It is useful in coughs, bronchitis, congestion, etc.  It was used as a treatment for coughs as long ago as the third century B.C.  It is frequently added to other herbal combinations to make them more palatable and for its demulcent action.  Acts as a mild laxative.  A decoction of one teaspoonful of the root in one cup of water is a good strength for children.  A mixture of licorice, wild cherry, and flaxseed makes a wonderful cough syrup.



Botanical name: Balsamodendron myrrha

Common Name: Gum myrrh tree

Part used:  powdered gum, resin

Medicinal Properties: Antiseptic, stimulant, tonic, expectorant, vulnerary, emmenagogue

Description and Uses: An ancient Bible remedy, still in use today and one of the best, it is valuable as a tonic and stimulant for bronchial and lung diseases.  Excellent for pyorrhea, as it is antiseptic and very healing.

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Botanical Name: Berberis aquifolium

Common Names:  Wild Oregon Grape, holly-leaved barberry, mahonia, California barberry, mountain grape

Part Used: Root

Description and Uses: Useful in liver and kidney troubles, rheumatism, constipation leukorrhea, and uterine diseases.  Is a good blood purifier and useful in scrofulous and chronic skin diseases such as psoriasis, eczema.



Botanical Name: Phytolacca decandra

Common Names: Red weed, red ink plant, poke weed, garget, pigeon berry, scoke, coakum, Virhinia polk, pocan bush, American nightshade, red ink berries.

Part Used:  Root, leaves, berries.

Medicial Properties: Alterative, resolvent, deobstruent, detergent, antisyphilitic, antiscorbutic, athartic.

Description and Uses: CAUTION: Do not eat this plant raw or inadequately cooked.  Poke root should be boiled before eating and the water drained off and discarded;  boil it again in fresh water and drain of the water again.  It may then be eaten.

The tender leaves are excellent as greens for the dinner table, especially in the early spring.  They are eaten by many people for the purpose of toning up the whole system.  The green root of poke is a most useful agent.  Very good in the enlargement of the glands, particularly the thyroid gland.  Very good for hard liver, biliousness, inflammation of the kidneys, enlarged lymphatic glands.  It is effective in goitre, either taken internally or applied as a poultice or liniment.

CAUTION: The seeds, which are present in the berries, are poisonous and should not be eaten.



Botanical Name: Populus tremuloides

Common names: Quaking aspen, American aspen, quaking asp, quiver leaf, trembling tree, trembling poplar, white poplar, aspen poplar, abele tree

Part Used: Bark, buds, leaves

Medicianl Properties: Stomachic, febrifuge, tonic, antiperiodic, balsamic

Description and Uses: In looking at the tall poplar tree, I see wonderful properties in the buds, bark and leaves.  Poplar is well-known throughout the world as a wonderful tonic.  It is better than quinine for all purposes for which quinine is used and has none of the aftereffects as does the continuous administration of quinine.  It is very useful for disease of the urinary organs, especially if weak.  An excellent aid to digestion and to tone up run-down conditions, either in disease or old age.



Botanical Name: Zanthoxylum americanum

Common names: Northern prickly ash, toothache bush, toothache tree, suterberry, suterberry bark, yellow wood, yellow wood berries, pellitory bark, prickly ash berries

Part Used: Berries, bark

Medicinal Properties: Tonic, stimulant, diaphoretic, alterative, nervine, deobstruent, and sialagogue

Description and Uses: The prickly ash is a beautiful little tree, growing from eight to twelve feet tall, full of thorns, and often just covered with berries about the size of a currant.  I used to cut off a little of the bark and chew it. I will help sores in the mouth and ease the pain of a toothache.  Both the bark and the berries are used.  This tree is a most wonderful remedy for many diseases.  The berries are generally considered to be more active than the bark and are a most wonderful tonic and stimulant.  They are extremely useful in chronic rheumatism and many skin conditions, syphilis, colic, derangement of the liver, scrofula, and chronic female troubles.  The berries are also antispasmodic and carminative, acting mostly on the mucous membranes to relieve asthma and colds generally.  They are very beneficial in treating paralysis of the tongue and mouth, as they increase the flow of saliva and help to remove obstructions in every part of the body.  The berries are every fine in bad cases of cholera and are a splendid blood purifier.  The powder is excellent when sprinkled on old wounds and indolent ulcers.  Use one teaspoon of the bark or berries in a cup of boiling water.  Take a cupful a day, cold, one swallow at a time.


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Botanical Name: Trifolium pratense

Common names; Wild clover, cleaver grass, marl grass, cow grass, trefoil, purple clover.

Part Used: Flowers

Medicinal Properties: Depurative, detergent, alterative, mild stimulant

Description and Uses: Red clover is one of God’s greatest blessings to man.  Very pleasant to take and a wonderful blood purifier.  Use with other herbs in this compound, clover is a great help in treating cancerous growths, leprosy, and pellagra.  Learn to use this God-given remedy effectively.  Used without other herbs, it is good for cancer of the stomach, whooping cough, and various spasms.  The warm tea is very soothing to the nerves.  I have used red clover blossoms for many years with excellent results.  It is exceedingly good for cancer on any part of the body.  Use it freely.  It can be taken in place of water.



Botanical Name:  Helianthemum Canadense

Common Names: Cistus, Frostweed, frost plant

Parts Used: The dried herb

Medicinal Properties: Astringent, alterative and tonic

Description and Uses: It has for long been used in secondary syphilis, diarrhea,  ulceration, ophthalmia, and any conditions arising from a scrofulous constitution. Locally it is useful as a wash in prurigo and as a gargle in scarlatina, and in poultice form for scrofulous tumors and ulcers.

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Botanical Name: Salvia officinalis

Common Names: carden sage, red sage, purple top sage

Part Used: Leaves

Medicianl Properties: Sudorific, astringent, expectorant, tonic aromatic, antispasmodic, nervine, vermifuge, emmenagogue, diuretic, stimulant, disphoretic, stomachic, antiseptic.

Description and Uses: Sage is a wonderful remedy for many diseases.  It could almost be called a “cure-all”.  I might be said that you could never go amiss if you take sage.

A strong sage tea is an excellent gargle for tonsillitis or ulcers in the throat or mouth.  It can be mixed with a little lemon and honey to make a fine tea. Which will prevent night sweats, stomach troubles, dyspepsia, biliousness, gas in the stomach, and bowels.  It will expel worms in adults and children.  Also used in liver and kidney troubles.  Will stop bleeding of wounds and is very cleansing to ole ulcers and sores.  Wounds of any kind will heal more rapidly when washed with sage tea.  It is very soothing in nervous troubles and will relieve headaches.  A most effective hair tonic.  Will make hair grow if the roots have not been destroyed.  Will remove dandruff.  The Chinese know that the sage tea will keep them well while the tea that we buy from the Chinese makes the American people sick.



Botanical Name: Smilax officinalis

Common Names: Jamaica sarsaparilla, guay-quill sarsparilla, red sarsaparilla

Part Used: root

Medicinal Properties: Alterative, diuretic, demulcent, antisyphilitic, stimulant, antiscorbutic

Description and Uses: Very useful in rheumatism, gout, skin eruptions, tetters, ringworm, scrofula, and psoriasis.  An excellent antidote after taking a deadly poison.  Drink copiously after thoroughly cleaning out the stomach with and emetic.  Excellent for internal inflammations, colds, catarrh, and fever.  Powerful to expel gas from the stomach and bowels.  An excellent blood purifier.  If used independently, take only for two weeks out of every three.

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Botanical name: Ulmus fulva

Common names: Red elm, moose elm, indian elm, sweet elm, American elm, rock elm, winged elm

Parused: Inner bark

Medicinal Properties:  mucilaginous, demulcent, emollient, nutritive, diuretic, pectoral.

DESCRIPTION AND USES: Slippery elm is highly nourishing and very soothing to the stomach as a tea.  It is very effective in diarrhea, bowel, stomach, bladder, and kidney troubles.  It is soothing and healing wherever it is used.  It is very nourishing, an din case of famine a person could live for some time on the inner slippery elm bark.  An excellent treatment in female troubles when used as a bolus.  Slippery elm will congeal the mucous material troubling the patient and help it pass through the intestines.  It cleans, heals, and strengthens.



Botanical Name: Rumex acetosa

Commone Names: Commone field sorrel, red top sorrel, gardne sorrel, meadow sorrel, soutgrass

Part Used: Leaves, root

Medicinal Properties: Diuretic, antiscorbutic, refrigerant, vermifuge

Description and Uses: The leaves are used like greens as spinach, and are very high in life-giving properties.  It kills putrefaction in the blood, expels worms, and is warming to the heart.  The root boiled is good for profuse menstruation or stomach hemorrhage.  Also expels gravel from the kidneys, and is good in jaundice.  A tea made for the flowers is good for internal ulcers, scurvy, scrofula, and all skin diseases.



Botanical Name: Stillingia sylvatica

Common Names: Queen’s Root, Queen’s Delight, Silver Leaf

Part Used: Root

Medicinal Properties: In large doses it is a emetic and purgative.  In smaller doses it is an excellent alterative and influences the secretory functions.

Description and Uses: It has almost a specific action in the different forms of primary and secondary syphilis, also in skin diseases, scrofula and hepatic affections, acting with most successful results.  Some pieces of the fresh root chewed daily have permanently and effectually cured bronchitis and larygitis.

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Botanical Name: Salix alba

Common Names:  Willow, salacin willow, willow  bark, with, withy.

Part Used: leaves, bark

Medicinal Properties: Tonic, antiperiodic, astringent. Antiseptic, anodyne, diaphoretic, diuretic, febrifuge.

Description and Uses: The ability of willow bark to reduce fever and alleviate pain has been know for centuries.  It is closely related to the common aspirin.  It is useful in all stomach troubles, sour, stomach, and heartburn.  Excellent in all kinds of fevers, chills, ague, acute rheumatism. Use internally and externally.  Good for bleeding wounds, nosebleeds, or spitting of blood, as an antiemetic, eyewash, and to increase the flow of urine.



Botanical Name: Rumex crispus

Common names: Sour dock, curled dock, narrow dock, garden patience, rumex

Medicinal Properties: Alterative, tonic, depurative, astringent, antiscorbutic, detergent

Description and Uses: tones up the entire system and is an excellent and effective remedy for the following: impure blood, eruptive skin diseases, scrofula, glandular tumors, swellings, leprosy, cancer, ulcerated eyelids, syphilis and running ears.  Makes a valuable ointment for itch and sores. Yellow dock is high in tannin content and should be taken only every other week, if used independently.

While the above herbs were the only herbs I used thirty years ago, now that I’ve  researched several Alternative and Natural Cancer Cures, since then,  I’ve discovered other herbs that should be added to the “NO MORE Cancer” Herbs List, namely:

Barberry – which is the only herb of the famous  Hoxsey Tonic Herbs that was absent in the “NO MORE CANCER Combo”.

Graviola Tree


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