Sheep sorrel was used for centuries as a cancer treatment

Sheep sorrel - cancer treatment

Sheep sorrel have as its main healing elements chlorophyll and oxalic acid and is best known as a cancer remedy. It is also known as Field Sorrel, Sorrel, Red Weed, Sour Dock, Sour Grass, and Dog-eared Sorrel

It contains anthraquinones (chrysophanol, emodin), oxalic acid, tartaric acid, beta carotene, vitamin C, and tannins.

Sorrel root is best known for its astringent properties, and has also been used as an antiseptic, diuretic, hepatic, and laxative. It was used throughout the centuries as an unproven folk remedy for cancer in both Europe and America. Sheep Sorrel has been known to prevent the spread of contagious diseases such as the plague, and has overcome fevers caused by cholera and malaria. Intestinal worms have shown no resistance to the properties of this herb.