Injection Therapies (Mistletoe)
Mistletoe (also known as Viscum album) is one of the most widely used alternative cancer treatment in Europe and has gained much popularity in North America. Mistletoe is a parasitic plant grown on different tree’s which in turn produce unique qualities that target the immune system and lead to its anti-cancer and supportive effects on the body.
Typically given by subcutaneous injections (under the skin), mistletoe is administered 3 times per week until the desired effect is attained. Mistletoe can safely be used along with standard cancer therapies (surgery, radiation, chemotherapy) and has not been shown to cause any significant side effects or complications.
for more information on Helixor Mistletoe, please read the following articles :
intravenous mistletoe treatment in integrative cancer care
mistletoe and drug interactions
Clinical safety of combined therapy of immune checkpoint inhibitors and Viscum album L. therapy in patients with advanced or metastatic cancer