5 Powerful Medicinal Plants To Help You Prevent Cancer Naturally

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Everywhere you turn, you hear of somebody having cancer. There are steps you can take to lower your risk of developing cancer. As with most diseases, prevention is always best by eating all the right foods (and eliminating the harmful foods), and cancer-proof your body.

Find out how to use these medicinal plants in herbal infusions to help you build up your immune system against degenerative diseases.

The Difference Between Herbal Tea And Herbal Infusions

Many home remedies rely on herbal teas, to deliver the medicinal benefits of various herbs to your system. While herbal tea can be a great way to add beneficial nutrients to your body, some people believe that herbal infusions provide a better delivery system.

Herbal tea is typically made by steeping a small amount of dried herbs in hot water for several minutes. Herbal infusions follow a similar process, but you tend to use more herbs and steep the herbs for a longer period.

Instead of steeping for several minutes, you may steep the herbs for several hours. This helps the potent phytonutrients leach into the water that you drink afterwards.

Below are five medicinal plants that can be used in an herbal infusion to help you avoid cancer in a healthy, natural way. You can drink them every day when you don’t have your juice, or on top of your juice!

What Medicinal Plants Prevent Cancer?

1. Comfrey

Comfrey - medicinal plants prevent cancer

The first herb that you may want to consider using in an herbal infusion is comfrey. This herb is known to help heal bones and lung tissue. Some people use comfrey as part of their treatment for dealing with bronchitis. According to some research, consuming a comfrey herbal infusion may help reduce your risk of lung or throat cancer.

2. Mullein Leaf

mullein leaf

Mullein leaf comes from a plant that stands over four feet tall and flowers along the top. You may see these plants lining the sides of the highway, during the summer. Mullein leaves contain a large amount of aluminum, calcium, chromium, cobalt, iron, magnesium, manganese, and other essential nutrients.

Mullein leaf is commonly used to treat common cold, coughing, bronchitis, asthma, and could help reduce your chances of developing lung cancer. When preparing a mullein leaf herbal infusion, consider adding a small amount of raw honey.

3. Nettles

nettles

Nettles are a popular herb, for a wide variety of herbal treatments. It can help boost your immune system, heal tissue, and restore the health of your kidneys, adrenal glands, and blood vessels. This improved health could help prevent various types of cancer.

4. Oatstraw

oatstraw

Oatstraw has a slightly sweet taste and deep-golden color. It is a good source of calcium, chromium, magnesium, and silicon. Drinking an oatstraw herbal infusion could help promote better nervous system health, allowing you to naturally protect your body against various forms of cancer.

5. Red Clover

red clover

You can grow red clover plants in your own backyard. In fact, you may even have some growing near you right now. Despite the name, the small flowers are actually more purple than red.

They contain a large amount of tannins, along with a good dose of various essential minerals, including calcium, chromium, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, thiamine, and tin. Red clover is one of the most widely used anti-cancer herbs.

Make A Large Batch

Herbal infusions are easy to prepare, but they just take a little longer than herbal teas. Due to the increased amount of time needed to prepare herbal infusions, you should consider making a large batch. Always store your leftovers in an airtight container and place in your fridge. You should try to consume your stored drinks within a few days.

Drinking any of these herbs in an herbal infusion could help you lower your risks of developing cancer; though, you will need to consume them on a regular basis. These herbs can provide more than just protection against cancer, they promote better health all around.

 

Reference:
http://www.herbshealing.com/herbal_ezine/march04/anti-cancer.htm

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About Sara Ding

Sara Ding is the founder of Juicing-for-Health.com. She is a certified Wellness Health Coach, Nutritional Consultant and a Detox Specialist. She helps busy men and women identify their health issues at the root cause, in order to eliminate the problems for optimum physical/mental health and wellbeing.

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