Also known as Anamu, this unique plant is a powerful herb. It grows in Central and South America, Africa, the Caribbean, and in the Amazon rain forests. It has been used in the countries where it is grown to treat various ailments, diseases and as a pain reliever. Guinea Hen Weed has also been used to induce abortions. In the modern scientific world, the ingredients have been researched for more than 25 years.
Guinea Hen Weed Benefits
Is Guinea Hen Weed a cure for Cancer? In laboratory research, some of the compounds in the herb have been shown to slow the growth of certain types of cancer cells. Leukemia cells have been slowed down as well. It has been proven in laboratories that the compounds that make up the herb actually know the difference between cancer cells and normal cells. As a result, these compounds will actually kill the cancer cells, leaving the normal cells alone.
Some of the properties in the herb are shown to enhance the body’s natural ability to defend itself against disease. So, it naturally boosts the immune system. The stronger your immune system, the less risk of disease or cancerous cells developing. When the immune system is boosted, the body produces lymphocytes. The lymphocytes’ production increases and creates a powerful system of killing cells that cause diseases.
Extracts from the herb, have long been used to relieve pain caused by arthritis. These pain relieving properties have been proven in studies conducted in laboratories. It is also shown to have anti-inflammatory properties. One of the other significant benefits of the herb is its ability to fight infection. It is believed that infection plays a grand role in the growth of cancer cells. It has specific compounds that destroy the germs or at the least decreases the germs growing in the body. In turn, this causes a reduction in the growth of cancer cells.
There are many testimonies from all over the world as a result of taking Anamu for Cancer.
In certain situations, there are some adverse side effects when taking the herb. A woman who is pregnant should not take the herb. It has been known to cause contractions which, in a pregnant woman, can cause a miscarriage. Taking the herb while pregnant can also lead to an abortion. Any person who has a bleeding disease like hemophilia or anyone on a blood-thinning prescription should not take it. This herb has a trace of Coumadin in it which is a blood thinner. So, if you are wanting to take the herb, be sure to talk with your medical professional first.
How to consume it
It is recommended to use organically grown Guinea Hen Weed. In this form it is free of pesticides. As a powder, you can add one tablespoon of Anamu to a liter of water. The Tea can be consumed, ½ cup per day. As with any supplements, consult a physician before taking.