A group of Israeli medical professionals, some of them Jewish, has developed a new treatment for the “mushrooms” that can help relieve pain from cancer, and it has sparked outrage from critics.
The treatment is based on the ancient Jewish belief that the mind and body can be cleansed by removing “the impurities” of the body.
The team at the Jerusalem clinic, which treats some 2,000 people annually, hopes that it will reduce the incidence of cancer by 80% to 90%.
“Mushrooms are really like cancer cells,” said Dr. Meir Golan, who is the lead author of a paper on the treatment in the Israeli Journal of Oncology.
“So they are like the ‘vacuum cleaner’ of cancer. “
If you can get rid of all of the impurities, it can help you get rid.” “
So they are like the ‘vacuum cleaner’ of cancer.
If you can get rid of all of the impurities, it can help you get rid.”
The treatment, which is similar to that of Chinese herbalists who have also created an alternative treatment, uses an anti-fungal compound, which helps remove impurities from the body and also can prevent cancer cells from growing.
Golan said the team used this drug, which contains the drug psilocybin, to treat about 20% of patients who had a significant amount of cancerous cells.
The drug also has an antiplatelet effect, which could prevent the spread of blood clots.
But critics have raised concerns about the risks to the immune system, as well as the possibility of cancer spreading.
“The fact that there is a lot more risk than benefit for the immune-system and for the cancer-fighting properties is a real problem, and that’s why it is not being used in the first place,” said David Kupfer, a senior fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study at Tel Aviv University.
“It’s not the first time we’ve seen this with Chinese herbs.”
Kupffer has published studies showing that Chinese herbs have shown promising results in preventing or slowing the growth of cancer and that Chinese herbal remedies can also have an antihistamine effect.
But some critics of the treatment have called it a “witch hunt” designed to distract the public from the real problems facing the Jewish community.
They have argued that the Jewish religion, which holds a strong association with Jewish people, is under attack from the mainstream Jewish community, which has been accused of “reaping the benefits of the Holocaust.”
Some have also accused Golan of using a Chinese herbal product to “shill” for his own personal agenda.
Kupffers treatment is one of a handful of research projects that have focused on Chinese herbal medicine.
In June, researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison published results of an experiment that examined the effectiveness of a Chinese medicine called yinzongyi, which was developed in China and marketed as a treatment for arthritis.
The study, which looked at 30 patients with osteoarthritis, found that the herbal medicine reduced pain and improved the quality of life of some patients.
But the results have been questioned by some Jewish groups, who said the study was biased and did not measure the efficacy of the herbal drug properly.
“We have the most serious problem in the world of cancer, which affects people in every country in the Western world, and our research is one example of it,” said Kupfers co-author Yair Eshkol.
“You don’t have to believe it, but the Chinese have discovered a way to treat cancer.”
The group also published results from a study that looked at the effectiveness and safety of the Ayurvedic medicine known as saffron, also known as the Mother of the Gods.
In the study, participants were given two different herbal preparations: one that contained the Chinese herb, called the qi mai, and the other one that was derived from the Chinese medicine, known as tarragon.
The researchers said that the herbs worked differently, but that both had some similarities.
“They were all very similar, but there was also a difference in their chemical composition,” said Eshkel.
The herbs were compared to a traditional Chinese herbal preparation known as yin qi, which had been found to be highly effective in treating the symptoms of osteoarthropathy, a type of bone cancer.
Eshkhol said the results from the study indicated that yinqi was not a panacea for the problem.
“There are a lot less effective treatments available, and yin is not a very effective treatment,” he said.
The Ayurvenic treatment is not available in Israel and is illegal.
Gagan El-Mashal, a professor at Tel-Aviv University, said the