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Many herbs and roots have a long history of being used for medicinal purposes. Some have shown evidence of being a key to preventing and protecting us humans from developing certain types of cancer. Below is a list of some of the herbs and roots that have shown to have significant anti-cancer properties.

Burdock Root

Native to northern Asia and Europe, Burdock root has been known throughout history as a blood purifier. Recent research indicates that burdock root is effective at removing cancer causing toxins from your blood and your digestive system when food is not digested properly. The root is a powerful antioxidant with compounds like quercetin, luteolin, and phenolic acids that fight free radicals in your body.

Burdock can stop cancer cells from metastasizing through a compound called arctigenin that selectively chooses cancer cells to kill while promoting the health of normally functioning cells. Burdock can be ingested in a tea, a potent oil, a concentrated powder, and even by eating the fresh root.

Grape Seed Extract

Grape seed extract has been found by several studies to contain phytochemicals such as proanthocyanidins which have anti-tumor and potential cancer preventative capabilities. These phytochemicals have the ability to stop cancer from metastasizing in every stage of cellular mutation.

Grape seed extract has been found to induce the death of cancer cells, including pancreatic, prostate, and colorectal cancer cells. Rubbing the extract’s oil into your skin can help reduce the growth of skin cancer cells. It’s not just the seed that has benefits but the entire fruit, grapes have antioxidants that are proven warriors against breast, lung, liver, and gastric cancer cell growth as well.

Ginger Root

Ginger is the root of a green leafy plant with vibrant yellow flowers. It is native to Asia but is now grown all over Africa, the Middle East, South America, and the Caribbean.

The active ingredients in ginger root, gingerol and 6-shogaol, have gained attention in clinical trials that indicated that ginger might slow the growth of tumors in humans. You may have noticed the buzz around the new scientific development. Ginger has been found to cause cancer cell death, reduce inflammation, and improve immune function. In cases of ovarian cancer, ginger inhibited the growth of cancer cells while promoting overall immune boosting properties. Unlike more traditional therapies of chemo and radiation, ginger heals without harming your body.

You can consume ginger by making a tea by steeping the roots, sprinkling powdered or dehydrated versions in your favorite smoothie, or grating it fresh to top soups or salads.


Native to North America, Goldenseal has been used by Native American communities such as the Iroquois and the Cherokee for hundreds of years to treat a number of issues such as diabetes, skin condition, ulcers, and even gonorrhea.

There is a chemical in goldenseal called berberine that has antiviral and antibacterial qualities. In fact goldenseal is a common ingredient in mouthwashes and toothpastes due to these famed properties. It has been shown to have evidence of lowering the risk of cancers. In a study, berberine was able to slow and stop the growth of breast cancer cells better than the traditional chemotherapy drug.

Please keep in mind that you should consult a doctor or herbalist when taking goldenseal because consuming too much can be toxic for your health.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is a green, fleshy, large leaved plant found in the tropical regions of the world. It is most commonly known for its healing properties for any burns and skin irritation you may have, but it also shows promise in the aid of cancer reversal.

Aloe contains glucose and mannose which when released into the blood stream, activate chemicals from white blood cells that kill cancer cells. The plant also contains a compound called acemannan that is known to stimulate the immune system into making cytokins; these compounds cause death to your cancer cells. Not only that, but acemannan has been shown  to help the human body recover from the cancer processes better than that of chemotherapy or radiation.

The plant is also a large source of Vitamin C which is great for fighting inflammation and helping the body absorb iron from plant-based foods. You can use aloe vera topically by applying the gel on your skin. You can also consume the juice or add it into smoothies, soups, freezer pops, etc.


Native to India and Asia, turmeric is widely known as a very powerful anti-inflammatory. The active compound in turmeric, curcumin, has the ability to cause cancer cells to die without harming healthy cells. In a study at the Virginia Commonwealth University, curcumin was shown to prevent the formation of cancer-causing enzymes in mice.

Studies also show that nations whose diets contain a lot of curcumin have lower rates of their populations developing cancer. This is linked to the fact that turmeric reduces inflammation and inflammation is a well known vehicle for cancer.

You can grate or sprinkle turmeric into your soups, smoothies, stir fries, rice dishes, oatmeal– the possibilities are endless. Don’t forget to add black pepper to make it more bio available.


Clove comes from dried flower buds from clove trees in India, China, Pakistan, Madagascar, and Zanzibar. The buds are full of vitamins C and K, manganese, and fiber. For centuries, ancient Chinese medicine has utilized cloves for their antiseptic, antibacterial, antifungal properties.

Clove buds are antioxidants that contain the compound eugenol which is vital in helping your body locate and kill free radicals than can contribute to cancer’s development.

In studies, clove extract has been effective in inhibiting the growth of tumor cells, preventing them from spreading, and encouraging cancer cells death. In a test tube study, clove oil has shown to effectively stop cervical cancer cells from reproducing while killing pathogens.


Graviola is the fruit of the flowering evergreen tree known as soursop that grows in the tropical regions of Africa, the Caribbean and the Americas.

Graviola is antibacterial, antiviral, antimicrobial, and anti fungal in nature. In certain studies, graviola has been shown to help relieve symptoms of herpes, fevers, arthritis, and many other forms of inflammation. Soursop fruit also has significant effects on lowering blood pressure and helping regulate insulin in people with diabetes.

The fruit, roots, bark and leaves have all been used in alternative medicine for centuries. The bark and leaves have the most concentrated levels of acetogenins that are anti-cancerous compounds. The fruit has been able to destroy harmful cells in cases of lung, breast, colon, prostate, and pancreatic cancers.

You can utilize this protocol by eating graviola fruit, boiling the roots and leaves in a tea, or even taking supplements.

Pau D Arco

Pau d’arco is a tree native to the rain forests in Central and South America, most notably the Amazon. For centuries, it has been heralded for its antibacterial, antifungal, anti inflammatory, antidepressant, and even anti cancer properties.

The bark of this tree is rich in quercetin which is an antioxidant found in many fruits and roots. The compound has been known to fight inflammation and infection in the body. In indigenous cultures, the bark has been used for asthma, sexually transmitted diseases, eczema, diabetes, and even parasitic worms.

In studies, pau d’arco’s compound beta-lapachone has caused tumor cells to enter apoptosis or cellular death.

Pau d’arco can be made into a herbal type of tea usually called Taheebo or Lapacho. There are also tinctures, tablets, powders, and capsules that you can use to reap the benefits of this miracle root.


Moringa, also known as the horseradish tree, ben oil tree, or drumstick tree, is a plant with potent powers. Although it is native to Africa, India, and the Himalayan mountains, it grows in many tropical regions around the world.

It contains a range of helpful vitamins including vitamins A, B1, B2, B3 and C as well as iron, potassium and calcium. It is known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory qualities, along with its anti tumor ability.

Sound too good to be true? There is even a compound in moringa called eugenol that has been proven to stop cancer cells from spreading and further mutating. A 2003 study by the Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Medicine, moringa seed extract was shown to reduce the size of papillomas in patients with skin cancer.

You can consume moringa leaves raw in a salad or as a cooked green for a protein boost; the plant contains all 9 essential amino acids, the building blocks of protein. Another way to include moringa in your diet is by adding the powder into your favorite soups or smoothies or by taking a capsule.

Reishi Mushroom Extract

Reishi mushroom, sometimes called the mushroom of immortality, derives from the Reishi mushroom. It  hails from several cultures across Asia, most notably, Chinese medicine that praise it for its numerous health boosting qualities. Reishi boosts the immune system, helps reduce inflammation, lowers cholesterol and blood pressure levels, and can give you a boost of energy.

Compounds called beta-glucan and triterpenes in reishi mushrooms has strong anti-cancer properties; it has been shown to stop the growth and spreading of malignant tumors. The mushroom also impacts your body by making immune system cells more active.

You can consume reishi in capsules, by sprinkling the powder in your favorite foods, or by consuming the mushroom itself. You should keep in mind that anything in large doses can be fatal; consult with your primary care provider before adding reishi to your diet.

Black Pepper

Black pepper comes from the peppercorn plant. It contains the antioxidant piperine which may prevent stem cell growth within tumors.

Black pepper has “biotransformative effects” that help your body detox itself and better absorb the benefits from any other herbal protocols. This also aids in reducing inflammation in your body.

Additionally, the piperine and alkyl amides in black pepper have been shown to have properties that stop the growth of cancer cells and boost healthy cellular growth. To effectively use this as a protocol, you can add a few cracked pepper seeds to a smoothie, a salad, soup, or even an entree for a flavorful antioxidant boost.


Chlorella comes from the single-celled algae Chlorphyta native to Japan and Taiwan. Chlorella is extremely nutrient dense, packed with minerals, amino acids, trace minerals, chlorophyll, phytonutrients, essential fatty acids, and several cellular building blocks of proper nutrition.

Chlorella has a hard cell wall that makes it unabsorbable for the human body.  Therefore, using it as a supplement is best. When you do get to enjoy chlorella, you will find the benefits are almost miracle-like. Chlorella is 50-60% protein and it contains all 9 essential amino acids.

The algae is wonderful in helping your body detox itself. Chlorella binds to heavy metals which allows for them to pass through your digestive system and leave your body as waste. Isn’t that amazing?

What’s more, chlorella has the ability to enhance your immune system by helping your body produce more antibodies. This is wonderful because it then helps your body respond properly to any infections of bacteria. Chlorella has been shown to boost the powers of T cells in individuals who have been diagnosed with cancer; this helps your body actively fight against abnormal cell growth.


Spirulina is derived from seaweed in bodies of water in Africa, Mexico, and Hawaii. It is one of the oldest life forms on this planet which may contribute to its amazing properties. Spirulina is a blue green algae that contains phycocyanin, a green-blue pigment that is made up of protein molecules. Phycocyanin is a highly-effective antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. This means spirulina is great for helping rid the body of free radicals which contribute to the progression of cancer in your body.

Moreover, it has been found that the chlorophyll in spirulina binds to carcinogens as well as boosts the immune system. In addition it has been known to increase melatonin production and assist the body in detoxing heavy metal during sleep. In a study of oral cancer patients in India, spirulina was found to help them reduce the size of their mouth ulcers.


Flaxseed, also known as linseed is the ripened, dried seed of the flax plant. The oldest living flax plant is believed to have originated in Egypt. Flaxseed is an ideal source of dietary fiber, omega 3 fatty acids, and lignan.

The omega 3 fatty acids helps reduce inflammation in your body which helps boost your immune system. It is well known that inflammation is one of the main fuel sources for cancer’s development so flaxseeds are a great anti-cancer protocol.

The phytoestrogens in flax seeds, like lignan, have been able to block estrogen receptors in cells that can contribute to the mutation of breast tissue. Lignan is also able to protect other cells that may be damaged or at risk of mutation and metastasis.

You can sprinkle ground flax seeds into your favorite smoothies or salads and even use the oils in dressings, marinades, and cooked dishes.

Chia seeds

Chia seeds come from the Salvia Hispanica plant, a mint-family that comes from Central America and the southwest U.S. In fact, you may not know that the word ‘chia’ comes from the ancient Mayan word for ‘strength.’

The tiny seeds are a significant source of antioxidants which means they are great at fighting free radicals in your bodies. Chia is also known to reduce inflammation in your body, as you know, inflammation drives cancer’s development. Chia seeds are an excellent way to add omega-3 fatty acids and other nutrients to your diet. They are also rich in fiber, calcium and iron and the oil of these seeds has anti-cancer properties.

Research shows that the alpha-linolenic acid in chia seeds has the ability to inhibit the growth of breast and cervical cancer cells. This is miraculous, yet researchers warn that chia seeds may actually contribute or promote metastasis in prostate cancer cells.

You can easily add chia seeds to your diet by making a chocolate chia seed pudding, mixing in into oatmeal, or sprinkling over your favorite salad.