Madagascan herbal medicine can save your life and prevent your cancer, according to one of the world’s leading herbalists.
In a new study published in the Lancet, a team of researchers from The University of Texas at Austin and The University at Buffalo studied the effects of a medicinal plant, “Maiocosm.”
The study found that the compound is a potent anti-cancer drug that is able to stop the growth of malignant cells and help reverse the symptoms of some cancers.
It’s the first to be conducted in a non-human primate and it was carried out in Madagascar.
The team was led by researchers from UT Austin, the University of Buffalo, the Institute for Evolutionary Biology and the Center for Advanced Developmental Biology at the University at Albany.
“Maiococosm was administered to primates for the first time, and this work demonstrates the therapeutic potential of this new compound,” said lead author Dr. Andrew Zuotzi, a postdoctoral researcher in the UT Austin Department of Biological Sciences and a researcher in The University Buffalo Department of Bioengineering.
Zuotzzi explained that the researchers tested the compound on macaques, a macaque species that lives in Madagascar, and then on a variety of different animals.
“We also evaluated the effects on different types of cancer, including cancer of the lung and skin,” he said.
The researchers used a protocol known as the Transplantation Protocol for the Human Experimentation in Africa (TIPHE), in which the primates are given one drug, then another, to study the effect of each on the body.
The first drug is given to the primate, and the second is administered to the monkey.
“We tested our compound on the lung, the skin, the liver, and other organs of the animals,” Zuotti said.
“What we found was that the animals in the first treatment group had a higher response rate and had fewer side effects than the animals treated with the second compound.
This means the compound was more effective than the placebo.”
The compounds we tested also seemed to help to protect the monkeys from tumors.
The researchers also found that in the monkeys that were given the compound, their cancers were reduced by 60 percent.
“Mariocosma was also effective in controlling lung tumors.”
There was no difference in the rate of disease progression between the monkeys treated with Maiocosmas and those that were not treated,” Zouotti added.
Maioca is an herb of the same name, which is derived from the word marioca, which means “crown flower.”
The plant has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries.
The herb is an effective cancer-fighting agent and it’s believed that the plant also has therapeutic properties.
The team of scientists tested Maiocas effectiveness in the lungs and skin of primates.
They also tested the effect on different species of macaques.
The results show that Maioca significantly reduced the incidence of lung tumors and reduced the number of tumors that were found in the animal’s skin, and in the liver.
In addition, the researchers found that Maioca was effective in stopping the progression of skin cancer and cancer of other organs in macaques and mice.
They found that mice that received Maiocomas treatment showed a reduced tumor burden, and that mice treated with its compound showed a reduction in the number and size of tumors.
Marioca, also known as kava, has a number of medicinal uses. “
Our study indicates that the effects were mediated by a specific, non-carcinogenic component, namely, the compound Maiocs M2-glycosaminoglycans,” Zuootzi said.
Marioca, also known as kava, has a number of medicinal uses.
According to the World Health Organization, it has been shown to be a powerful anti-malarial agent and to have anti-inflammatory properties.