Tongkat ali curing cancer

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The worst disease a person can suffer and die of is cancer. Many cancers are extraordinarily painful, especially in the later stages.

Tongkat ali has become famous for its capability to increase testosterone synthesis, leading to faster muscle growth among bodybuilders and better sexual function in aging men.

However, compared to the real problems of people fighting off cancers, the concerns of weightlifting athletes for more muscle and weak sexual performers for better erections and orgasms are shallow and insignificant indeed.

Patients with cancers fight to stay alive, not just to look more attractive or have better sex.

For more than 10 years, I have been writing a lot about tongkat ali, mostly as a sexual enhancement medication.

And sure, tongkat ali works beautifully for this purpose. But even I must admit that the greatest potential of tongkat ali is in the prevention and cure of cancers.

And I am not alone in this opinion. As a quick search on the largest database on medical research, Medline, reveals, no other biological agent is studied more extensively for its potential in the treatment of practically every cancer.

To try this yourself, you may go to the website of the United States National Institute of Health, Medline. Or try:

www.scholar.google.com

Search for "eurycoma" or "eurycoma longifolia", which is the scientific name of tongkat ali.

There you can find hundreds of studies on tongkat ali relating to various cancers... female breast cancer, cervical cancer, liver cancer, prostate cancer, and so on.

And the result is always the same. Tongkat ali, or its active constituents, kill cancer cells while leaving healthy cells intact.

The dosages needed for an anti-cancer application of tongkat ali may be higher than those commonly used for sexual enhancement.

But tongkat ali, even at very high dosages, has a very friendly side effect profile.

Now, compared to radiological or chemo therapy, why does it make sense that tongkat ali isn't so heavy in side effects, even when used in large dosages?

The reason lies in the fact that tongkat ali is not a xenobiotic substance but composed of organic compounds, which are part of the evolution of human life, both as nutrients and building blocks of cells.

The risks of xenobiotic substances (substances not present in the evolution of life) are commonly underestimated, though biologists are aware of them.

Humans and plants have a common evolutionary, genetic history. This has led to a high degree of biochemical adaptation, which means: tolerance to biochemical substances that are found somewhere in the common evolutionary chain of all organisms on earth, plants or animals.

And how about synthetic chemical compounds created in the laboratories of pharmaceutical companies?

Every biologist can tell you that while such xenobiotic substances may have desirable short-term effects, the chances are 9999 in 10,000 that on a cell-molecular level, they are a disturbance that will sooner or later cause disease.

Just remember pesticides such as DDT. When first synthesized and sold, they were considered harmless to humans and other animals. But after a few years, their harmful effect on living mamalian organisms was discovered.

And while pharmaceutical xenobiotics may sometimes have a short-term benefit, such as sildenafil citrate (Viagra) in the treatment of erectile dysfunction or chemotherapy in the treatment of cancers, natural plant-based medications have a far more promising potential: to actually improve the overall health of a person. Even of a cancer patient.

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References:

1 Catherine Ulbricht, Julie Conquer, Kelly Flanagan, Richard Isaac, Erica Rusie, and Regina C. Windsor, An Evidence-Based Systematic Review of Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) by the Natural Standard Research Collaboration, Informa Healthcare, Journal of Dietary Supplements, March 2013, Vol. 10, No. 1 , Pages 54-83.

2 Ernest L. Wynder MD andTakao Shigematsu MD, Environmental factors of cancer of the colon and rectum, Wiley Online Library, Cancer, Volume 20, Issue 9, pages 1520-1561, September 1967.

3 Sarah E. Edwards, Ines da Costa Rocha, Elizabeth M. Williamson, Michael Heinrich, Phytopharmacy: An Evidence-Based Guide to Herbal Medicinal Products, Phytopharmacy (Google eBook)John Wiley & Sons, 17 Feb 2015 - Science - 416 pages.

4 Abd-Elaziem Farouk, Asma Benafri, Antibacterial activity of Eurycoma longifolia Jack. A Malaysian medicinal plant., Vol 28, No 9 (2007),

5 M Tzar, Y Hamidah, S Hartini, M Marianayati, A Nazrun, The Antibacterial or Antifungal Effects of Eurycoma longifolia Root Extract, The Internet Journal of Herbal and Plant Medicine, Volume 2 Number 1.

6 Rajeev Bhat, A.A. Karim, Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia Jack): A review on its ethnobotany and pharmacological importance, Science Direct, Fitoterapia, Volume 81, Issue 7, October 2010, Pages 669-679.


Tongkat ali cancer therapy

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There are a good number of scientific studies that have looked into the potential of tongkat ali in the battle against various forms of cancer. Most of these studies found that some chemical constituents of tongkat ali, such as eurycomanone, hold great promise as cancer medications.

Fine.

But my humble opinion is that all of these studies are based on a wrong approach.

Because genuine tongkat ali (and not the fake shit from China sold in North America, Europe, and Australia with a tongkat ali label) is a much more powerful anti-cancer agent than these studies suggest.

And here is why:

A very important factor in not falling ill to cancers is every person's own immune system. And the immune system is the most important link between psychology and physiology.

To experience great sex, even outrageously good sex, especially at an advancing or advanced age, is a psychological boost that directly elevates an individual's immune function. Wilhelm Reich tried to capture and measure this energy, but he was too far ahead of his time, and even by now, applicable measuring equipment has not yet been developed.

On the other hand, the universal healing power of great sex is well documented in non-Christian religions, especially Taoism.

While Taoist explanations of human health may be nonsensical in detail, Taoism is valuable for its holistic approach to our well-being.

Great sex on a regular basis, or, even better, on a daily basis, goes a long way fueling a man's immune system. And a powerful immune system goes a long way towards being cancer-free.

Tongkat ali is not the only aspect in improving sex. But unlike adopting a comprehensive sexual philosophy, or smartly managing sexual opportunities, tongkat ali is an aspect of improving sex that one can just buy and swallow.

The relevance of this can hardly be over-estimated. Because, if your sexual quality is gone, you'll soon be a goner anyway. And cancer might well have been the avenue of your exitus.

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References:

1 Leonardus B. S. Kardono , Cindy K. Angerhofer , Soefjan Tsauri , Kosasih Padmawinata , John M. Pezzuto , A. Douglas Kinghorn, Cytotoxic and Antimalarial Constituents of the Roots of Eurycoma longifolia, Journal of Natural Products Vol. 54, No 5, pp. 1360-1367, Sep-Oct 1991.

2 Suratwadee Jiwajinda, Vilai Santisopasri, Akira Murakami, Masanori Kawanaka, Hiromu Kawanaka, Monique Gasquet, Riad Eilas, Guy Balansard, Hajime Ohigashi, In vitro anti-tumor promoting and anti-parasitic activities of the quassinoids from Eurycoma longifolia, a medicinal plant in Southeast Asia, Science Direct, Journal of Ethnopharmacology Volume 82, Issue 1, 1 September 2002, Pages 55-58.

3 Nurhanan, M. Y., Azimahtol, H. L. P., Azizol, A. K., Cytotoxicity studies of Eurycoma longifolia extracts against a panel of human cancer cell lines., Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM), Towards modernisation of research and technology in herbal industries. Proceedings of the Seminar on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, 24-25 July 2001 2002 pp. 124-127.

4 H.H. Ang, K.L. Chan, E.K. Gan, and K.H. Yuen, Enhancement of Sexual Motivation in Sexually Naive Male Mice by Eurycoma longifolia, Informa Healthcare, 1997, Vol. 35, No. 2 , Pages 144-146.

5 Sobri Hussein; Rusli Ibrahim; Kiong LingPick [Kiong, L. P. A.], A summary of reported chemical constituents and medicinal uses of Eurycoma longifolia., Total Health Concept Sdn. Bhd., Journal of Tropical Medicinal Plants 2007 Vol. 8 No. 1 pp. 103-110.


Tongkat ali studied as cancer treatment

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When your average pharmaceutical product gets into the headlines because of side effects, then it's almost always because of some unwanted effects that have been discovered "later on".

With tongkat ali, it's a different story. The more research is done into tongkat ali, the more surprising positive side effects, or medical applications, are discovered for it. Not that this would be news to Southeast Asian shamans who have been using the root for centuries. In Vietnam, for example, the local name of tongkat ali translates as "the plant that cures a hundred diseases". Or was it a thousand?

The latest lab reports indicate, for example, that tongkat ali (Eurycoma longifolia by its Latin, scientific name) may be a powerful weapon against lung cancer and breast cancer.

The following is the abstract of a scientific article that has recently been included at the Medline database. You can read the abstract here:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve &db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=14738962

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References:

1 Catherine Ulbricht, Julie Conquer, Kelly Flanagan, Richard Isaac, Erica Rusie, and Regina C. Windsor, An Evidence-Based Systematic Review of Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) by the Natural Standard Research Collaboration, Informa Healthcare, Journal of Dietary Supplements, March 2013, Vol. 10, No. 1 , Pages 54-83.

2 Ernest L. Wynder MD andTakao Shigematsu MD, Environmental factors of cancer of the colon and rectum, Wiley Online Library, Cancer, Volume 20, Issue 9, pages 1520-1561, September 1967.

3 Sarah E. Edwards, Ines da Costa Rocha, Elizabeth M. Williamson, Michael Heinrich, Phytopharmacy: An Evidence-Based Guide to Herbal Medicinal Products, Phytopharmacy (Google eBook)John Wiley & Sons, 17 Feb 2015 - Science - 416 pages.

4 Abd-Elaziem Farouk, Asma Benafri, Antibacterial activity of Eurycoma longifolia Jack. A Malaysian medicinal plant., Vol 28, No 9 (2007),

5 M Tzar, Y Hamidah, S Hartini, M Marianayati, A Nazrun, The Antibacterial or Antifungal Effects of Eurycoma longifolia Root Extract, The Internet Journal of Herbal and Plant Medicine, Volume 2 Number 1.

6 Rajeev Bhat, A.A. Karim, Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia Jack): A review on its ethnobotany and pharmacological importance, Science Direct, Fitoterapia, Volume 81, Issue 7, October 2010, Pages 669-679.

7 Shéhérazade Hajjouli, Sébastien Chateauvieux, Marie-Hélène Teiten, Barbora Orlikova, Marc Schumacher, Mario Dicato, Chee-Yan Choo and Marc Diederich, Eurycomanone and Eurycomanol from Eurycoma longifolia Jack as Regulators of Signaling Pathways Involved in Proliferation, Cell Death and Inflammation, Molecules, Volume 19, Issue 9, 2014, 19(9), 14649-14666.

8 Omar Saeed Ali Al-Salahi, Dan Ji, Amin Malik Shah Abdul Majid, Chan Kit-Lam, Wan Zaidah Abdullah, Abdelhamid Zaki, Shah Kamal Khan Jamal Din, Narazah Mohd Yusoff, Aman Shah Abdul Majid, Anti-Tumor Activity of Eurycoma longifolia Root Extracts against K-562 Cell Line: In Vitro and In Vivo Study, PLOS, Published: January 7, 2014.

9 Omar Saeed Ali Al-Salahi, Chan Kit-Lam, Amin Malik Shah Abdul Majid, Fouad Saleih R. Al-Suede, Sultan Ayesh Mohammed Saghir, Wan Zaidah Abdullah, Mohamed B. Khadeer Ahamed, Narazah Mohd Yusoff, Anti-angiogenic quassinoid-rich fraction from Eurycoma longifolia modulates endothelial cell function, Science Direct, Microvascular Research, Volume 90, November 2013, Pages 30-39.

10 Sobri Hussein; Rusli Ibrahim; Kiong LingPick [Kiong, L. P. A.], A summary of reported chemical constituents and medicinal uses of Eurycoma longifolia., Total Health Concept Sdn. Bhd., Journal of Tropical Medicinal Plants 2007 Vol. 8 No. 1 pp. 103-110.

11 Nurhanan, M. Y.; Azimahtol, H. L. P.; Azizol, A. K., Cytotoxicity studies of Eurycoma longifolia extracts against a panel of human cancer cell lines., Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM), 24-25 July 2001 2002 pp. 124-127.


Tongkat ali effective against cervical cancer

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Tongkat ali is the tree that cures a hundred diseases. Even a book has been published with this title.

Tongkat Ali: The Tree That Cures a Hundred Diseases

Now latest scientific research has proven that tongkat ali extract is also effective against human cervical cancer, which is the 2nd most widely spread cancer in women.

Also women who have not (yet) been diagnosed with cervical cancer have good reasons to make tongkat ali extract a daily part of their diet.

Not only does tongkat ali defeats fatness. Because of its effect against cancer cells, it's a promising program on the earliest stages of some cancers, before they're diagnosed by physicians. Here the link to the new scientific study that shows the effectiveness of tongkat ali against cervical cancer:

http://eprints.uad.ac.id/1395/

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1 Omar Saeed Ali Al-Salahia, Chan Kit-Lamb, Amin Malik Shah Abdul Majidc, Fouad Saleih R. Al-Suedec, Sultan Ayesh Mohammed Saghirb, Wan Zaidah Abdullahd, Mohamed B. Khadeer Ahamedc, Narazah Mohd Yusoffa, Anti-angiogenic quassinoid-rich fraction from Eurycoma longifolia modulates endothelial cell function, Science Direct, Microvascular Research, Volume 90, November 2013, Pages 30-39

2 Mahfudh, Nurkhasanah, Eurycomanone exert antiproliferative activity via apoptosis in Hela cells, Eprints, Faculty of Pharmacy (Fakultas Farmasi), S2-Master of Pharmacy (S2-Farmasi)

3 Thiam Tsui Tee, Induction of Apoptosis by Eurycoma longifolia Jack Extracts, AntiCancer Research, School of Biosciences & Biotechnology, Faculty of Science & Technology, National University of Malaysia

4 Dali Menga, Xin Lia, Lingfei Hana, Lulu Zhanga, Weiwei Anb, Xian Lia, Four new quassinoids from the roots of Eurycoma longifolia Jack, Science Direct, Fitoterapia, Volume 92, January 2014, Pages 105-110