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PERSPECTIVE—

Join Nicole Saleske, FNP, APNP, as she talks about the benefits of Mistletoe, and a different perspective for cancer.

(Begins at 00:13:00)

Mistletoe

  • Parasitic plant
  • Only the white berry variety has been used with cancer
  • Been used for epilepsy, inflammation, gynecology complaints, hypertension, and weakness of the heart from the 1400s to 1942
  • The first injectable therapy for cancer was made in 1917-1920
  • It raises your internal temperature, helping your circadian rhythm return to what it should be, allowing your body to work as it should.
  • Chemo vs Mistletoe
  • Mistletoe against Breast cancer
  • Chemo and Mistletoe together
  • Increases white blood cells
  • Increases natural killer cell activity and cytotoxicity
  • Increase CD4 & CD8 cells
  • Liberation of cytokines IL-1, IL-6, TNF-alpha, IL-2, IFN
  • Liberation of inflammation mediators

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