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Studies show scorpion venom may have anticancer abilities.

Studies show scorpion venom may have anticancer abilities.

Although components of scorpion venom from various species show anticancer effects in laboratory and animal studies, the scorpion venom marketed to cancer patients has not been scientifically proven to treat cancer in humans. The claims made for blue scorpion venom marketed to cancer patients as 3 brands (a homeopathic version) are mostly based on anecdotes. The homeopathic version, which uses very dilute solutions of the active ingredient, has not been shown to treat or prevent cancer. The properties of the blue scorpion venom are just starting to be described more thoroughly in scientific research. Email us at info@icrmc.org and check out the home website www.icrmc.org at the Institute of Cancer Restorative Medicine to tell us about any dietary supplements you’re taking, such as herbs, vitamins, minerals, and natural or home remedies. We will be available to help you out. Remember that health is a way of living.

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