Instructions: take two capsules three times a day before meals.
Mistletoe is a semi-parasitic plant that grows on trees such as apple, oak, maple, elm, pine, and birch. It has been used for hundreds of years as a complementary treatment for various
medical conditions such as epilepsy, hypertension, headaches, menopausal symptoms, infertility, arthritis, cancer and rheumatism.
Mistletoe is one of the most studied complementary and alternative medicine therapies for cancer. In Europe, mistletoe extracts are among the most prescribed therapies for cancer patients.
Combined clinical trial reviews.
Reviews have looked at the effects of mistletoe on quality of life, survival, and symptom relief in different cancers:
Quality of life was measured in a review that included 26 randomized clinical trials. Of these, 22 trials showed that patients had improved quality of life. Chemotherapy-related fatigue, nausea and vomiting, depression, emotional well-being, and concentration improved. The 10 reviewed non-randomized controlled clinical trials also reported the same benefits.
Tumor response, quality of life, and psychological distress were measured in a review of 21 randomized clinical trials in patients with different types of cancer. Mistletoe extracts were used alone, with chemotherapy or with radiotherapy. Most of the studies reported benefits for patients.
Quality of life and survival were measured in a review of 10 randomized clinical trials using mistletoe extracts in patients with different types of cancer. There were no differences in measures of survival or quality of life in patients who received mistletoe compared to those who did not.
Martynia Annua is indicated for the treatment of pain, fever, bacterial infections, seizures, wounds, oxidative stress and other diseases.