Myrrh

Myrrh

"What makes it such an exciting player in the anti-cancer field is not only how well it kills cancer cells in general, but how it kills those that are resistant to other anti-cancer drugs. "The myrrh compound definitely appears to be unique in this way; it is working where other compounds have failed," says Rafi. Myrrh is believed to work by inactivating a protein called Bcl-2, a natural factor that is overproduced by cancer cells, particularly in the breast and prostate."

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