Mistletoe and Immunology Research
Mistletoe

Mistletoe has been used as a medicinal plant since ancient times. It was Rudolf Steiner who first suggested it for cancer treatment in the early 1920's. In the meantime, the use of mistletoe has increased enormously. Nowadays many cancer patients worldwide and particularly in Germany use mistletoe in some form - sometimes as the primary medicine and frequently in conjunction with other methods such as radiation, chemotherapy or surgery.

Iscador and Iscar

The most frequently used mistletoe treatment in the world isIscador, which is distributed by the Weleda Group. Weleda USA has a homeopathic version under the brand name Iscar which is sold as a prescription drug.

Issues

Scientific Articles and Studies-Iscador in Cancer Treatment


ABNOBA Mistletoe


Directions for the Treatment of Malignant tumors with ISCUCIN-Viscum Preparations


Emerging roles of mistletoes in malignancy management


 

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