A berry found on Australia’s Blushwood tree, and found only in the far north of the country, is showing incredible success in curing many types of cancer (skin, head and neck, and breast).
How successful ? EBC46, injected directly into the tumor, can kill it in just 48 hours.
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Blushwood berries are the fruit of the blushwood tree, which is known to grow in only one region of the world: the rainforests of Far North Queensland, Australia.
These tropical trees are not found anywhere else on the globe, but grow in abundance near Australia’s northeastern tip.
These particular trees need very niche conditions to thrive—conditions which can only be found in specific portions of Far North Queensland, Australia.
Considering their usefulness as proven by the latest cancer research published in PLOS One, some are wondering if they could be grown in a greenhouse environment, so that people all over the world could benefit from their cancer-killing properties.