Biblical Spice Tested as Possible Breast and Prostrate Cancer Treatment

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Natural Blaze

By Heather CallaghanEditor

Cancer surgeon and vigorous researcher Nancy DeMore is like a detective when it comes to testing possible treatments for breast cancer. She joins another researcher to test an ancient, revered substance on breast and colon cancer at the Medical University of South Carolina.


We’re talking about Frankincense!

Frankincense (from the Boswellia genus) is actually a tree resin, highly valued throughout history (and today) as a trade product, medicine, courting gift and sensual fragrance. It is also treasured as a religious incense to strengthen members both spiritually and physically.

Another South Carolinian researcher named Ingrid Bonilla happened to study the same exotic spice in the lab and has researched frankincense as a treatment on breast cancer cells. Bonilla sought Dr. DeMore, as she was the author of the only published breast cancer clinical case study.

She said:

It’s nice to see doctors like [DeMore] who think outside

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