Many of #4"Natural..that inhibit angiogenesis" are the same ones that are listed under that "interferon" info I posted a few days ago. The ones I noticed were Ginko, Medicinal Mushrooms, Vitamin C, Milk Thisle, Ginseng.
I also saw an herb that I have been inquiring into, the Chinese Skullcap along with an herb called baihuasheshecao. I asked my acupuncurist and he said that the two should be taken together. And I found this http://www.itmonline.org/arts/oldenlandia.htm.
Again, this confirms that MY alternatives and supplements are doing something good to ME. Thank you, freshair, and you go for it too!!!!!
Yes, indeed. A lot of the ones in your article. I have your article too. That baical skullcap is good. There are different varieties. One being good for sleep-latiflora. But the other varieties anti-cancer. Turmeric is a really good one too.
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