Botanical Extracts as Medicine

From the Show: Wellness for Life
Summary: Two botanical extracts are making an impact in conquering cancer cells.
Air Date: 12/2/16
Duration: 26:19
Host: Susanne Bennett, DC
Guest Bio: Sylvie Beljanski
Sylvie BeljanskiMs. Beljanski is committed to supporting international leaders in environmental medicine research. Shas educated thousands of people around the world about the importance of detoxification as a defense against harmful toxins that can cause serious disease and infection. Born in New York City and raised and educated in Paris, Ms. Beljanski completed her undergraduate studies at The Sorbonne, then went on to pursue a law degree and was admitted to the French Bar. Currently, she serves as Vice-President of non-profit The Beljanski Foundation is based in New York City.
Botanical Extracts as Medicine
There is a direct correlation between the environment and the effect on DNA. Only a few cancers are genetic in origin. Most have to do with environmental toxins.

Some plant extracts may have anti-cancer properties. Two plant extracts work on different kinds of cancer in animals: Pao pereira and Rauwolfia vomitoria. These extracts have been tested on pancreatic, prostate and ovarian cancer cells in animals in university laboratories. They are available in the consumer market.

These two extracts have molecules of the same family. Pao pereira molecules are able to cross the blood-brain barrier because they are so small. Pao pereira has worked on blastoma. Pao pereira has antiviral qualities as well. It has proven beneficial in HIV patients.

Rauwolfia vomitoria has larger molecules seems to help with hormonal imbalance. It doesn’t seem to have antiviral qualities. 

Listen in as Sylvie Beljanski shares what the Beljanski Foundation is doing to use plant extracts to combat cancer.