Prunus, the ancient Molise berries that kill cancer cells. The ISS study

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The extract of Prunus spinosa trigno, a plant born in Molise, in association with a particular mixture of amino acids, would be able to kill 70-78% of cancer cells

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It grows in the most pristine areas of Molise the miraculous plant from anticancer properties. And the Prunus spinosa trigno, with which Molisans have been doing the for generations liquor Trignolino or add it to pipe tobacco. But this plant rich in antioxidants, from the blue fruits of an aspect between a grape and a blueberry, would have been shown to have truly beneficial effects.

His extract, in fact, in association with a particular blend of amino acids, would be able to kill 70-78% of cancer cells used for in vitro tests and block their proliferation. One proves itstudy of the Higher Institute of Health on behalf of the company Biogroup which patented the compound, which will be on sale from June as supplement to chemotherapy therapy.

In the laboratory experiment, cancer cells from colon, lung and cervical cancer patients were treated with the plant extract. However, the extract had effects only if added to a particular complex based on amino acids, minerals and vitamins, called Dog, leading to between 70 and 78% destruction of cancer cells within 24 hours.

The ISS, together with the manufacturer of the compound, has filed the patent of the Prunus-Can blend and for the formulation it will be available as early as June as a supplement to support chemotherapy, with a price that will be around 20 euros.

Pruns has a particular anti-cancer action because it contains a mix of vitamins and antioxidants, which would be able to inhibit the increase of cancer cells.

This is just one of the many studies that try to indicate the foods that contribute most to physical well-being and that help avoid more or less serious diseases: not only cancer, but also heart diseases, premature aging and much more. In short, with nutrition, you can work a lot on prevention and cherish our health and the beauty is that often the simplest and most effective methods come, as in the case of the trigno, from our millenary tradition.



Germana Carillo

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