VANQUISH cancer with this Chinese gardeners’ secret

It’s like they don’t even WANT to cure cancer!

And they don’t care who DIES in the process.

Nearly every time a potential cancer therapy emerges out of the natural world, the mainstream comes up with some excuse to SUPPRESS it.

And in the case of one herbal cure that’s been treasured in Asia for millennia… they tried to make sure its medicinal potential NEVER saw the light of day.

It’s a crown jewel of many beautiful garden landscapes…

But outside of the Far East, no one has A CLUE about anything beyond its ornamental use.

Here’s what Western scientists can NO LONGER hide from you…

How this antioxidant powerhouse REVERSES cancer

Native to Asia, the daylily (Hemerocallis fulva) blooms for just one day.

The whole plant – including the sprouting leaves and the roots — is edible. But it’s the summertime buds and blossoms that people anticipate most eagerly.

Chinese ancients dried the bright orange and yellow petals of daylilies – which they called “golden needles” — to add them to traditional soup recipes.

But its long history as a therapeutic herb in Chinese medicine is what made the daylily so prized.

Pages upon pages of ancient texts were devoted to the divine daylily… and it was even a favorite plant of Confucius.

So why hasn’t anyone outside of the Orient ever heard of its healing powers?

You can thank a New Yorker named Dr. Arlow B. Stout for that.

In 1924, the geneticist and plant breeder snatched daylily plants and seeds from China… and created hybrids and other MUTANT versions of them under a veil of secrecy.

Much of what you see in the way of “daylilies” today is the work of this cross-pollinating mad scientist

And they bear little resemblance to the original, God-given version of ancient China.

Fortunately, not all of the medicinal powers of the daylily have been lost… or forgotten.

Enough specimens of the original, UNALTERED plant remained in China…

And in the decades that followed, Chinese researchers have continued to explore how this perennial can reach its full cancer-fighting potential.

It just might save the lives of cancer patients everywhere.

For starters, the Chinese have known for thousands of years that daylily can beat back inflammation.

As you know, nearly all cancer can be traced back to an overabundance of inflammation.

But there’s something else that’s usually involved in the initial stages of cancer development…

OXIDATION.

Fortunately, daylily has proven to be a powerful antioxidant that can prevent the accumulation of reactive oxygen species (ROS)… and scavenge the free radicals that cause oxidative damage.

In a 2007 study on mice, Chinese researchers identified the three most CRUCIAL antioxidant compoundslocked inside the daylily flower:

  1. gallic acid, a cancer-fighting phenolic acid.
  2. catechin, a cancer-suppressing flavanol also found in green tea, and
  3. rutin, a quercetin glycoside with known anti-tumor effects.

Fighting inflammation and oxidation are two HUGE pieces of the cancer-conquering puzzle…

But the proof, as they say, is in the pudding.

And daylily flower extracts have been shown to SLAM the brakes on cancer cell growth and division in a lab dish.

They can also FORCE cancer cells to undergo a process called differentiation.

And the more cancer cells differentiate… and look like “normal” cells… the less “cancerous” they become.

And that can VASTLY improve your prognosis.

It’s not just one type of cancer, either.

A 2004 study published in Life Sciences found that daylily pigment extracts could inhibit the growth of breast, colon, and lung cancer cells in vitro.

Now, if you find any daylilies growing in the wild on your next vacation across the Pacific, don’t pick them unless you’re with an expert forager.

You could grow your own… but the 20th-century hybridization and cultivation project didn’t exactly maximize its medicinal benefits.

Make sure you know EXACTLY what you’re getting. Look for the specific variety labeled as “Kwanso.”

Researchers have had some impressive success with an ethanol extract from freeze-dried daylily flowers. You can actually find daylily included as an ingredient in some supplement formulas for sleep and cognitive support.

It may be some time before you can find daylily being touted for its chemotherapeutic value.

But any Chinese herbalist worth their salt can get some for you and will know how to use it.