There is a long tradition, going back to the fourth century BC, of using mistletoe as a remedy. This evergreen plant has been used over the ages for menstruation complaints, epilepsy, ulcers, cardiac insufficiency, hypertension and oedema (Ramm 2015).
Based on research by Dr. Rudolf Steiner (1861–1925), the founder of anthroposophy, the white-berried mistletoe (Viscum album L.) was first specifically used in cancer therapy at the beginning of the 20th century.
Below you will find articles, videos, and other resources regarding the use of mistletoe in treating cancer.
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Mistletoe is not approved by the FDA for any specific treatment of a disease and this site is informational only and not intended as a training to prescribe or use mistletoe