Once again, Pr. Mirko Beljanski’s work has been acknowledged overseas ! Today, it’s in Spain in “La Revista de Medicinas Complementarias. Medicina Holística”.
This time, “La Revista de Medicinas Complementarias. Medicina Holística“, edited by the AMC (The Spanish Asociación de Medicinas Complementarias), has published one new article (n 84) on Dr. Beljanski’s research.
The very first sentences reveals the excitement of the Spanish scientific community. « Hoy la consagración póstuma de Mirko Beljanski nos llega de los EE.UU, donde los descubrimientos des investigador han llamado la atención. El trabajo de Mirko Beljanski no sólo queda confirmado sino también ampliado ».
Dont panic, here is the translation for non-Spanish speakers like myself:
“Today’s posthumous consecration of Mirko Beljanski comes from the U.S., where discoveries have caught the interest of researchers. Dr. Mirko Beljanski’s work is not only confirmed but also extended.
According to the AMC, Dr. Mirko Beljanski’s research is “espectacular”! I believe no translation is need here…
This article mainly focus on the latest scientific publications from Kansas University “Inhibition of pancreatic cancer and potentiation of gemcitabine effects by the extract of Pao Pereira“, Columbia University “insert title here” and the article published on BioMed Central “Anti-cancer activity of extracts from Rauwolfia vomitoria and Pao Pereira”. Moreover, these articles also discuss the life of Mirko Beljanski and the efforts of the Beljanski Foundation to spread the word about his research as well as the history of Natural Source International, the only authorized dealer of the Beljanski® Products.
The Asociación de Medicinas Complementarias was founded in Madrid, Spain, in 1992. As a non-profit organization, the main aim of the AMC is to spread information about alternative medicine and the organization of activities related to it, as well as to improve the level of the professionals who practice it, or helping them to begin their training. The association mainly consists of health professionals, but it is open to anyone who wishes to collaborate or to take part in their activities. They communicate mainly through publications and online videos, but also by organizing conferences and events.
For more information about their activities, you may visit their websites at http://www.amcmh.org/PagAMC/index.html
I would like to say MUCHAS GRACIAS to the AMC team for their excellent work ! I am always delighted to see new articles discussing my father’s work around the world !
Source: Medicinal Plants in tropical Countries – ed Thieme
The generic name Rauwolfia, commemorates a 16th century German physician, Leonhart Rauvolf, who travelled widely to collect medicinal plants. The specific epithet vomitoria refers to the purgative and emetic properties of the bark.
Rauwolfia vomitoria belongs to the family apocynacea. It is a shrub or small tree up to 8 m. The parts that are commonly used for herbal remedies are roots, root bark, leaves and stem-bark. Roots may be harvested non-destructively annually by cutting them 10 cm from the taproot, allowing for fair-trade commercialization of this traditional remedy. Continue reading
Traditional use of Pao pereira
Pao pereira (Geissospermum Vellosii, or Geissospermum leave Velloso), also spelled Pau pereira, is a well-known tree, native to South America. This plant, which has been used in traditional medicine for centuries, is also very present in South American popular culture.
Use of this plant extract spans a period of over three centuries, and information about its traditional use in South America, North America and Europe has been featured in a number of important publications. Continue reading
In 2012 about 14 million people were diagnosed with cancer
In 2012 alone, about 14 million people were diagnosed with cancer, and 8.2 million people lost their fight with the disease. The current statistics reveal that one in five men and one in six women will eventually get cancer by the time they reach 75. One in eight men and one in twelve women will pass away from the disease.
According to the World Health Organization, by 2030, the number of people worldwide who are diagnosed with cancer is expected to skyrocket to 21.6 million–a stark 53 percent increase from the latest statistics reported in 2012. In a press release, Dr. Chris Wild, director of the WHO’s International Agency for Research on Cancer, said: “These new figures and projections send a strong signal that immediate action is needed to confront this human disaster, which touches every community worldwide, without exception”.
A new article presenting the research of Mirko Beljanski, Ph.D. was published this week on Passeport Santé.net !
Like my blog, this Quebec-based website focuses on the subject of disease prevention and good practices for a healthy lifestyle.
Their writing style, which is serious in tone, and intellectual honesty, seems to work as around 4 million visits are recorded each month! Behind this success is a team of four to six individuals who spend somewhere between 30 to 50 hours of researching, writing, and editing each article. In addition, each article is reviewed by a scientist specializing in the particular topic. Continue reading