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For over 80 years, mistletoe extracts have been used as a complementary therapy in the treatment of cancer.
As with most medical treatments, mistletoe extracts can have different affects on different people, however, mistletoe has been found to have the following effects:
Mistletoe has also been found to have a positive effect on a cancer patient’s quality of life. Patients have reported feeling stronger. They are more able to resist infections, many find their appetite returns allowing them to gain weight and again feel better. It has been found that mistletoe can ease pain caused by tumours and help restore natural sleep patterns.
Currently there are two mistletoe preparations available on the NHS, Iscador® and Anoba Viscum®. Speak to your doctor about this form of treatment.
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