One such alternative might be dandelion root, according to a 2012 study from the University of Windsor.
According to the research team, dandelion root was able to kill cancer cells without harming healthy cells – which would make it both more effective and safer than many traditional therapies.
Even if you, with your doctor, decide to seek a more traditional treatment method, you can still compliment your treatment by including dandelion root. We recommend starting with this simple dandelion root tea.
1 fresh batch of organic dandelion (you’ll need to be sure they haven’t been sprayed with pesticides, as they commonly are in public areas)
Chop the dandelion root, then place it in a saucepan of boiling water. Let it sit for a bit more than a minute. Remove the saucepan from the stove, cover it, and let simmer down for about forty minutes.
Strain the liquid into a teacup and reheat if you prefer it that way.