There is one immutable moral rule in medical science and practice: all talk about drugs against oncological diseases (cancer) should be conducted extremely ostorozhno. There are a lot of mysteries still facing medicine. There are much fewer of them than discoveries that give hope for good luck. But there are discoveries forgotten and not entirely understood … In ancient times, asparagus, or Asparagus, was highly valued. Her images have been preserved on ancient Egyptian monuments dating back to 2700 BC. She is also depicted on the sarcophagi of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs.

In ancient Greece, asparagus was a sacred plant dedicated to the goddess of love Aphrodite. Wreaths were also woven from this aphrodisiac, which evokes desire and the possibility of passionate love. But in ancient Rome, expensive asparagus was eagerly used only for its intended purpose. Here they learned to grow it as a very popular vegetable delicacy. 200 years before our era, the agricultural technology of asparagus, which has survived almost unchanged to our days, was described by scientists. Pliny the Elder spoke about asparagus in detail in his writings. In the ancient culinary book of the famous gourmet and epicurean Mark Gabius Apicius, dating back to the 3rd century BC. e. discovered a recipe for cooking asparagus. The ancient Romans recommended eating asparagus for depression, irritability and unwillingness to communicate. Including those with the opposite sex. After the late Roman delicacy of asparagus, it was simply necessary to communicate on the bed – the erection went off scale. And the matrons were loving! ..

Then for a while the asparagus was forgotten. But as soon as the crusaders brought asparagus seeds to Europe in 1271, it regained its lost popularity. It is known that in France, asparagus was grown in greenhouses especially for the royal table; Louis XIV was also a great lover of asparagus. In those distant times, asparagus was a very expensive delicacy and could only be afforded by noble hunters for table and alcove pleasures.

If we talk about the unique properties of asparagus, then it must be said that almost all people who are not indifferent to this generally available product for many – they live a very long time. And no wonder – asparagus is almost the perfect product. Its calorie content is very low, but it helps to increase efficiency and saturate with all types of energy – physical, creative, sexual.

It should be noted that asparagus helps blood to increase coagulability, and also prevents the formation of a blood clot in the vessels. It should also be said that asparagus contains a lot of potassium, which is very useful for blood vessels and the heart. At the same time, it would be correct to note that thanks to carotene, which are found in very large quantities in asparagus, vision improves.

And already there are doctors and scientists who unanimously talk today about how useful asparagus is for the nervous system, for the kidneys and liver, for the timely unloading of the human body from toxins and toxins …

And now – attention. Here is the story of American Naval Aviation Officer Jim Brighton about how he first learned about the special properties of asparagus. “At a nearby Navy hospital, I told my friend, a biochemist, about a sailor with a serious kidney infection. And he replied that the sailor should eat asparagus as much as possible to get rid of the disease. “Why?” I asked. “Do you like asparagus?” – he asked. I replied that I love. “Have you noticed how bad your urine smells after eating asparagus?” – he asked. I replied that I had never associated it with food, but there is a pungent smell. “The thing is, asparagus cleanses your body of harmful chemicals!” – he explained.

Asparagus. Who would have thought! .. And then I remembered that my mother, seriously ill with an oncological diagnosis, ate asparagus regularly. She mashed it and ate four tablespoons in the morning and four more in the afternoon for a month. And then during the analysis it was found that the number of cancer cells in her decreased from 386 to 125. And a month later, my mother’s oncologist said that in the next three months she did not need to come for consultations. And here is the article “Asparagus – a cure for cancer”, published in the journal “Cancer News” back in 1979. It is written in the first person: “I am a biochemist, and for half a century I have studied the relationship between nutrition and health. Several years ago, I learned of the discovery by Dr. Richard R. Wensal that asparagus could cure cancer. Since then I have worked with him on this project. We have collected information on a number of cases with favorable conditions, his doctor stated the absence of signs of cancer. The patient literally returned to normal life.

Case No. 2. For 16 years, a successful businessman suffered from bladder cancer for 68 years. Long-term treatment, including radiotherapy, did not bring positive results. The patient started taking asparagus. Three months later, the examination showed that the bladder tumor had disappeared, and the kidneys were normal.

Case No. 3. On March 5, 1971, surgery was scheduled for a patient suffering from lung cancer. In the operating room, the doctors concluded that the cancer was very widespread and inoperable. The surgeon stitched and declared the case hopeless. On April 5, the patient learned about the asparagus treatment and immediately began taking it. In August, X-rays confirmed the complete disappearance of signs of cancer. The patient returned to his usual activities.

Case No. 4. For several years, a woman was treated for skin cancer. The patient developed several types of it, and experts diagnosed this as a severe stage of the disease. Three months after starting the prima of asparagus, doctors discovered that the skin had cleared of lesions. The same patient reported that asparagus also cured her kidney disease, which she had suffered from since 1949. She underwent more than 10 operations to remove kidney stones, and also received disability benefits due to an incurable illness. The patient is sure that asparagus is the only remedy for this ailment.

This fact did not surprise me, since the medical reference book of 1854, edited by a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, calls asparagus a common remedy for kidney stones. The author refers us to even more distant experiments in 1739, confirming the ability of asparagus to dissolve stones. Pay attention to the dates!

I could have cited other examples, but the medical establishment did not allow us to obtain some of the records. Therefore, I appeal to readers and ask to convey this information to the maximum number of respondents in order to collect as many cases with a positive outcome as possible in order to counterbalance skepticism about this simple natural remedy.

For medicinal use, asparagus must be cooked prior to consumption. The easiest and best cooking method is to cook. It takes 5-10 minutes. Fresh or canned asparagus will do. I contacted two of the leading asparagus companies, Glant and Stokely, and I was delighted to know that these brands do not contain pesticides or harmful preservatives.

Place the cooked asparagus in a blender and blend to a puree consistency. Store in the refrigerator. Give the patient 4 tablespoons full twice a day, morning and evening. As a rule, patients notice an improvement in their condition after 2-4 weeks. You can dilute the puree with water and drink it as a cold or hot drink. The suggested dose is based on experience, but in some cases it is necessary to increase the dose, which in any case will not harm.

As a biochemist, I believe the saying “What heals is the same thing that prevents disease.” Armed with this truth, my wife and I use asparagus puree. We dilute 2 tablespoons with water until a liquid consistency is drunk with breakfast and dinner. For many years, we have been taking blood tests on a regular basis. According to a nutritional physician, recent test results show significant improvements in all metrics. We can only attribute them to eating asparagus.

Asparagus contains a significant amount of a protein called histone. Histone controls cell growth. This is why it can be argued that asparagus actively normalizes cell growth. This explains its effect on cancerous tumors, as well as its general strengthening properties. In any case, asparagus is completely harmless. The Food and Drug Administration will not stop you from consuming asparagus, which will only benefit your body. The National Center for Cancer Research in the United States reports that asparagus is rich in glutathione, considered one of the most powerful antioxidants and anti-cancer substances.

One note. If you are wondering why this data has not yet been widely released, understand that radical cancer treatment in such a simple and effective way is not beneficial to the owners of the pharmaceutical industry.