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Mistletoe Liquid Herbal Extract

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The European mistletoe known scientifically as Viscum Album L is the species most used in medicine. Mistletoe can be drunk as a tea or used extracted to make tinctures and extracts. The extracts contain a low level of mistletoe lectin which reduces the risk of toxicity.

Mistletoe is a nervine. It will calm, soothe and tone the nervous system. It has the ability to lower blood pressure.

More recently, it has been extensively studied for its anti-free radical cell uses and its potential to improve lifespan and quality of life following free radical cell treatment. Some estimates suggest that mistletoe is used by around 50% of CA patients in Europe in some form or another. Aside from free radical cell treatment, it also may have other potential medical uses ranging from its calming effects to its ability to reduce blood pressure.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20021637

Millions of people are affected by high blood pressure putting them at risk of heart disease and strokes. While its effects on blood pressure have not been as widely studied as its anti-free radical cell treatment, there is some evidence that mistletoe can be used to treat hypertension.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19172455

It also may have the potential to prevent atherosclerosis or the build-up of plaque in the arteries which can cause many dangerous and life threatening heart conditions.

Mistletoe is believed to have natural anti-inflammatory properties and one of its most common traditional uses was to treat internal and external bouts of inflammation including arthritis and other joint pains.

Arthritis is a very common condition and drinking mistletoe tea may be the perfect remedy to ease your pain and improve your mobility. Of course, there are no guarantees that it will work for you but because of its anti-inflammatory ability, mistletoe may also be good for easing digestive and gastric conditions.

The ability of mistletoe to treat diabetes has not been firmly established but it has a long history of use and several animal studies have already demonstrated its anti-diabetic potential. Research on animals has shown it can reduce blood sugar levels and can regulate the body’s insulin levels.

One of the greatest health benefits that mistletoe has is its effect on the immune system. One of the main reasons that mistletoe is so effective as a complimentary CA treatment is its ability to bolster immunity and protect against further illness. A strong immune system is absolutely vital to our overall health and mistletoe has the potential to improve our body’s natural defenses.

Mistletoe was traditionally used for its calming properties and its ability to treat nervous disorders like epilepsy, tremors and tics. Many people believe that it can be used to treat other nervous conditions like anxiety and stress as well as helping you to sleep better.

NOT TO BE USED DURING PREGNANCY OR WHEN BREASTFEEDING.

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The European mistletoe known scientifically as Viscum Album L is the species most used in medicine. Mistletoe can be drunk as a tea or used extracted to make tinctures and extracts. The extracts contain a low level of mistletoe lectin which reduces the risk of toxicity.

Mistletoe is a nervine. It will calm, soothe and tone the nervous system. It has the ability to lower blood pressure.

More recently, it has been extensively studied for its anti-free radical cell uses and its potential to improve lifespan and quality of life following free radical cell treatment. Some estimates suggest that mistletoe is used by around 50% of CA patients in Europe in some form or another. Aside from free radical cell treatment, it also may have other potential medical uses ranging from its calming effects to its ability to reduce blood pressure.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20021637

Millions of people are affected by high blood pressure putting them at risk of heart disease and strokes. While its effects on blood pressure have not been as widely studied as its anti-free radical cell treatment, there is some evidence that mistletoe can be used to treat hypertension.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19172455

It also may have the potential to prevent atherosclerosis or the build-up of plaque in the arteries which can cause many dangerous and life threatening heart conditions.

Mistletoe is believed to have natural anti-inflammatory properties and one of its most common traditional uses was to treat internal and external bouts of inflammation including arthritis and other joint pains.

Arthritis is a very common condition and drinking mistletoe tea may be the perfect remedy to ease your pain and improve your mobility. Of course, there are no guarantees that it will work for you but because of its anti-inflammatory ability, mistletoe may also be good for easing digestive and gastric conditions.

The ability of mistletoe to treat diabetes has not been firmly established but it has a long history of use and several animal studies have already demonstrated its anti-diabetic potential. Research on animals has shown it can reduce blood sugar levels and can regulate the body’s insulin levels.

One of the greatest health benefits that mistletoe has is its effect on the immune system. One of the main reasons that mistletoe is so effective as a complimentary CA treatment is its ability to bolster immunity and protect against further illness. A strong immune system is absolutely vital to our overall health and mistletoe has the potential to improve our body’s natural defenses.

Mistletoe was traditionally used for its calming properties and its ability to treat nervous disorders like epilepsy, tremors and tics. Many people believe that it can be used to treat other nervous conditions like anxiety and stress as well as helping you to sleep better.

NOT TO BE USED DURING PREGNANCY OR WHEN BREASTFEEDING.

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