AFRICA WILD POTATO CAPSULES WITH CANCER BUSH 300 mg x 30


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People use it to make medicine. The African wild potato is used for urinary tract disorders including bladder infections (cystitis), prostate problems including benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and prostate cancer; other cancers; and lung disease. African Wild Potato is used to improve: Bladder and urinary disorders (i.e. cystitis) Prostate problems (i.e. benign prostatic hyperplasia/BPH) Prostate cancer Lung disease Cancer It is also used to maintain the health of individuals who are/have: HIV positive Tuberculosis "Yuppie flu" Arthritis Psoriasis African wild potato can be used topically for healing wounds. Safety African wild potato is possibly safe when used orally and appropriately. African wild potato extracts can be taken safely for up to 18 months. However, the tea form of African wild potato has been associated with ventricular tachycardia and bone marrow suppression. There is insufficient information on the safety of African wild potato on pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as children and should be avoided. Stop consuming African wild potato at least 2 weeks before surgery as it may impact blood sugar control during the procedure. It should also be avoided by individuals who have been diagnosed with diabetes and kidney disease because it can worsen symptoms. Medication Interactions When used with anti-diabetic drugs, it can increase the risk of hypoglycemia, since the African wild potato lowers blood glucose levels. Cautious use is recommended when taking it with drugs metabolized by CYP3A4, as those drugs' levels may be increased (though this effect has not yet been reported in humans). Supplement and Food Interactions The beta-sitosterol in African wild potato could possibly reduce the absorption and blood levels of alpha- and beta-carotene, as well as vitamin E. Additionally, evidence shows that African wild potato can lower blood glucose level. This effect may combine with the blood glucose lowering effects of herbs and supplements like guar gum, Panax ginseng, and devil's claw. Dosage The recommended dosage of the African wild potato depends on what it is being used to treat. For benign prostatic hyperplasia, the recommended dosage is 60 to 130 milligrams of beta-sitosterol divided into two to three doses daily. For lung cancer, the recommended dosage is 1200 to 3200 milligrams of the standardized Hypoxis plant extract (in 200 milligram capsules) per day divided in three doses. As a tumoricidal agent, the recommended dosage is 2400 milligrams daily (split into twelve 200 milligram capsules). Foods The African wild potato is a bitter plant which is thought to have existed for around 300,000 years. It is extremely rich in nutrients and has a number of medicinal uses. Traditional healers have boiled the African wild potato into tea and used it for its medicinal purposes. CANCER BUSH MEDICINAL USES Cancer bush is used as an immune booster in the treatment of HIV/Aids, as a medicine in the treatment of chicken pox, inter- nal cancers, colds, 'flu, asthma, TB, bronchitis, rheumatism, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis, liver problems, haemor- rhoids, piles, bladder and uterus problem, diarrhoea, dysen- tery, ... Sutherlandia frutescens: The Meeting of Science and ... - NCBIwww.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › pmc › articles › PMC3924790 by OM Aboyade - ‎2014 - ‎Cited by 15 - ‎Related articles Jump to The Traditional Uses of Sutherlandia - The plant is also used for a diversity of symptoms and conditions, such as depression and stress; as a tonic; to purify the blood and wounds; to treat skin conditions and inflammation; to enhance appetite and prevent wasting; as an emetic; and to treat influenza, hemorrhoids, urinary tract infections, back pain, and ... ‎Introduction · ‎Pharmacology of ... · ‎Safety of Sutherlandia · ‎Sutherlandia HIV/AIDS ...


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