Caution or Corruption: “Cancer Curing Tree Taken Off The Market?”

Caution or Corruption: “Cancer Curing Tree Taken Off The Market?”

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The Australian Native Blushwood Berry Tree is scientifically proven to cure cancer in as little as 48 hours. Yes, Australia?s Channel 7 News reports that Denise Powell, a trial participant, noticed significant change in her tumor in just 20 minutes. Similarly, Dr. Victoria Gordon of Qbiotics states EBC-46, the drug created from the Blushwood Berry, is a molecule that can destroy cancerous tumors in 7 days. So, why was the Blushwood Berry Tree taken off the market?

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QBiotics Group

QBiotics Limited created EBC-46 using the EcoLogic system created by there, then, parent company EcoBiotics. Subsequently, QBiotics became a separate entity to focus on creating the cure for cancer, EBC-46. To clarify, EBC-46 is naturally found in small traces in plants around Queensland?s Rainforests. Conversely, QBiotics has several patents preventing duplication of the drug. Understandable considering they found the ?Miracle Cure? in 2014. Consequently, EBC-46 triggers an immune response that orders white blood cells to attack the tumor.

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Blushwood Berry Tree Gets Taken Off The Market

However, I am a naturopath. Therefore, I?d rather get the natural herb than a drug. That is to say, considering the 75% success rate in breast, colon, and prostate cancer my curiosity peaked. So, here?s what I found, the human trials were a complete success. In short, 4 types of cancer were treated successfully; breast adenocarcinoma, basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. However, there is still no cure for mesothelioma. Next, I read that Australian Daily Mail reports, ?The Blushwood Berry Tree Gets Taken Off The Market?. Was this due to greed or for safety?

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?Plant experts, however, have cautioned those seeking to develop ?homegrown? cancer cures from blushwood seeds to leave the science to scientists, due to the potentially deadly effects the plant?s berries could have.? TheRenegade Pharmacist

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Can We Get EBC-46?

Naturally, I was alarmed. I went on a rant about how terrible big pharma is and then I did more research. Conversely, blushwood berry tinctures, abstracts, juices etc. are available to purchase. Unfortunately, EBC-46 is marketed in the US as Tigilanol Tiglate and is still in clinical trials, and therefore, not available for commercial sale. However, QBiotics Group states that it will not be approved for sale until 2020. As for now, the only thing to do is wait and see if it gets approved.

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Is the whole Blushwood fruit the same as EBC-46?

According to QBiotics.com FAQ

?No it is not. Tigilanol Tiglate is created by a complex purification procedure that is good manufacturing process (GMP) certified. The resulting extract (Tigilanol Tiglate) and the intratumoural formulation is what is then utilised for the global efficacy and safety clinical trials.? ? QBiotics (FAQ)

However, many of the products that contain Blushwood Berry note EBC-46 as an active ingredient. What is your take on this?

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UrbnZen Co-Founder, Julius Deshon Jackson

Julius Deshon Jackson has worked in wellness, commercial real estate, the music industry, insurance and finance. He has 10 years experience in Holistic Wellness Coaching. Julius teaches Yoga, Meditation, Sound Healing and Healthy Living to companies, families and individuals. He has committed himself to cultivating joy in everything he does.

Originally published at www.urbn-zen.com on December 21, 2018.

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