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Mistletoe Therapy Cancer Treatment

Helixor Mistletoe Injections & Mistletoe Therapy 

Mistletoe is classified as a semi-parasitic plant. It grows on a number of different kinds of trees such as maple, pine, birch, oak and apple. It enjoys a long history of traditional medicinal use for a number of different conditions.

Mistletoe is the most widely studied alternative treatment for cancer according to The National Cancer Institute (NCI). As well, according to NCI, in some European countries, mistletoe extracts are among the most widely prescribed of all cancer treatments. It is delivered as a series of subcutaneous (under the skin) injections, IV treatments or directly into a tumor. Few side-effects have been reported from the use of mistletoe therapy. 

The chemical makeup of mistletoe extract varies depending upon its exact subspecies, host tree, harvest time, whether or not it has been fermented, etc. Some extracts are water based while others are a mixture of alcohol and water. Mistletoe therapy (often also referred to as Iscador or Helixor) has been approved for use in in numerous countries.

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