Red-berried mistletoe is a holiday season staple in many households. However, the festive plant we all know and adore has a cousin with some serious anti-cancer benefits. European white-berry mistletoe has ancient roots with the Celtic druids who considered the plant a suitable treatment for countless illnesses. In the 20th century, however, mistletoe extract was officially studied for its anti-cancer properties.
Mistletoe extract can reduce tumor growth and support the immune system, boosting survival rates among cancer patients. Today, it is one of the most widely studied alternative therapies for cancer.
Mistletoe extract may be given in tandem with other innovative therapies at UNIFONTIS.