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Chinese herb (TCM) fights tumours (tumors)

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on April 28, 2011

If you are looking for cancer related information then please browse this site – this info supports and extends the info and critical discussion in my two cancer books – see

Chinese herb fights tumours

The herb, thunder god vine (lei gong teng), is a Chinese herb generally used for inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis.  But researchers from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine have found that it can also stop tumour growth.  Its active ingredient is triptolide.  Researcher Jun Liu, professor of pharmacology and molecular sciences found that low doses of thunder god vine blocked cell growth in 60 different types of cancer, and even killed off some cancers in laboratory conditions.  (Source: Nature Chemical Biology, 2011; 7: 182).

However, Europeans may have to find sources in Asia as new laws are coming into effect the effect of which will be to reduce access to many herbs. Those interested in getting hold of this herb might wish to contact Chris Teo in Penang

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Chris Teo’s herbal approach

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on July 31, 2009 news

I am currently in Penang and spending a lot of time with Chris Teo who is a retired professor of Botany – in fact Maysia’s orchid expert – who on his retirement accidentally became a herbal healer of cancer. Although he uses Chinese herbs he does not consider himself a Chinese herbalist – mainly because he approaches the subject as scientifically as he can. One way or another he has formulated some 80 herbal mixes for a wide range of cancers and symptoms – he has a pain relief tea for example that is by all accounts very fast acting. He is having a lot of success keeping people alive (people who should be dead) – he never claims to ‘cure’ cancer merely help people to be happier and healthier than they were. For those who want to read more of his work go to his website at

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