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Pterostilbene is an effective antidote against Colon cancer

Oct 10, 2019

      The "Pterostilbene" in wild blueberry fruit is an effective antidote against Colon cancer,It has many health benefits.Pterostilbene of anti-hypertriglyceridemia, anti-hypercholesterolemia and anti-cancer is a compound found in many fruits. Blueberries, cranberries and red grapes usually contain a certain amount of Pterostilbene.people fed a diet packed fruit and other foods containing these chemicals can help reduce the risk of heart disease and enhance memory.

      You may not have heard of Pterostilbene,But you should have heard or even eaten blueberries.Blueberry, also known as Semen Trigonellae:Blueberry, belongs to the genus Vaccinium spp of Ericaceae. This berry contains a substance called Pterostilbene, which is the Savior of your disease.

       Pterostilbene is a chemical constituent of Rosewood, but scientists have also found the existence of Pterostilbene in other plants, but because of its first discovery and linked with Rosewood species, it is firmly named Pterostilbene.Pterostilbene is a white or similar white powder crystallization, which has rich medicinal value. It belongs to the anti-fungal active ingredient in Dragon's Blood products. which has certain effect on cancer, hypertension and hyperlipidemia.


         After years of experiments in animals, scientists in the United States have found that extracting this compound from blueberries inhibits an enzyme called P450 cytochrome, which activates chemical carcinogens and reduces low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, so Pterostilbene can prevente cancer and heart disease.Pterostilbene is a fragrant hydrocarbon ,it is named "styrene", which is a derivative of resveratrol. In the early 1990s, American scientists found that resveratrol has the function of preventing breast cancer and heart disease, it is abundant in blueberry peel.

       Pterostilbene helps prevent pre-cancer damage to the body.As an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent, Ohio University found that blueberry-eating animals had an 80% lower risk of colon cancer and a 60% lower risk of digestive tract cancer. German investigators found that drinking 2-3 cups of juice a day could also treat colon cancer.

      According to statistics, after 8 weeks of continuous intake of blueberries containing Pterostilbene, precancerous lesions in the colon were reduced by 57%. Reducing the spread of colon cancer cells and inhibiting certain genes that cause inflammation are both considered risk factors for colon cancer.

      Blueberries can also delay memory loss and prevent heart disease, so they are considered super fruits. Even listed as "super anti-cancer fruit".