Do you know most ovarian growths in women under age 30 are benign, fluid-filled cysts? Ovarian cancer is a non-specific term for a variety of cancers that originate in the ovary and the exact causes are unknown.
Ovarian cancer symptoms and signs can be vague and may include abdominal swelling, pressure, or pain, frequent urination or urinary urgency, back pain, leg pain, unusual lady part bleeding, and feeling full quickly.
The Agaricus Blazei Murrill Mushroom:
Known as “The Mushroom of God,” the Agaricus Blazei Murrill mushroom is well known in the natural health world as a powerful cancer fighting mushroom, it has the highest amount of beta glucans of any other mushroom in the world. The AMB mushroom also stimulates the immune system and promotes natural mechanisms to battle infectious disease and cancers.
Bindweed (Convolulus arvensis):
Bindweed is a potent angiogenesis inhibitor for all forms of cancer, including ovarian cancer, since it efficiently improves the immune system.
Selenium (in the form methylselenocysteine):
Most women who get ovarian cancer are deficient in selenium, and it is a powerful cancer fighter that also protects the liver and is essential for proper iodine utilization.
Turmeric, found in the common spice curcumin, has been shown to be effective against a wide variety of cancers, including ovarian. Among its many anti-cancer benefits it activates gene p53 and prevents inflammation. To fight cancer, 2500 to 3000 mg per day is recommended.
Vitamin K (Best when taken in the natural form Vitamin K1):
Vitamin K causes ovarian cancer cells to self-destruct when used in a combination with high dosages of Vitamin C.
Leafy, dark green, and deep yellow vegetables are the best sources of Vitamin K, which can stop and sometimes shrink tumor growths in many forms of cancer, including breast, ovary, colon and stomach.
Green peppers and onions are full of quercetin, which is a powerful anti-cancer agent that stops chemical signals that give ovarian cancer cells a growth advantage over healthy cells.
Astralagus increases the production of immune-system chemical interleukin-2 (IL -2) which fights cancer and the human papilloma virus (HPV) it also activates gene pS3.
Green tea Catechin Extract:
Deactivates plasmin, which helps tumors spread.
Carotenoids are a large group of fat soluble pigments widely distributed in plants and animals, especially in orange, red, yellow, and green plants and fruits.
Carotenoids act as chemo preventive agents, irrespective of whether they are finally transformed into vitamin A, and may represent a potentially powerful alternative to present chemotherapeutic approaches to the treatment of ovarian cancer.