The Kratom Alkaloid Mitraphylline Has Cancer Fighting Capabilities According To Multiple Scientific Studies
As discussed in a previous article on The Kratom Herald, Kratom has at least 31 different alkaloids. This article is about just one particularly remarkable alkaloid called Mitraphylline, which has cancer fighting capabilities according to multiple scientific studies.
First off, it is important to note that the scientific studies on Mitraphylline were investigating Cat’s Claw, which has the scientific name Uncaria Tomentosa and is a common medicinal herb. Cat’s Claw has traditionally been used for its anti-inflammatory, immonostimulative, and anti-cancer properties, which is why scientists decided to investigate the anti-cancer effects of Cat’s Claw further.
It just so happens that Mitraphylline is also present in Kratom, so these scientific studies for Cat’s Claw’s anti-cancer effects also apply to Kratom.
In the first scientific study it was found that Mitraphylline inhibited the growth of sarcoma and breast cancer cells in a dose dependent fashion, and the scientists conclude that Mitraphylline is therefore a promising new agent that could treat sarcoma and breast cancer.
In another scientific study it was found that Mitraphylline inhibited the growth of glioma and neuroblastoma cell lines, and the scientists concluded that Mitraphylline is a promising agent for the treatment of glioma and neuroblastoma.
In yet another scientific study it was found that Mitraphylline, as well as the Kratom alkaloid Isopteropodine, inhibited the growth of lymphoblastic leukemia cells.
Thus, these scientific studies have proven that the Kratom alkaloid Mitraphylline inhibits a wide variety of cancers including sarcoma, breast cancer, glioma, neuroblastoma, and lymphoblastic leukemia. This suggests that Mitraphylline could possibly be a useful medicine for any type of cancer.
Logically, since Kratom contains Mitraphylline, it is possible that taking Kratom can have anti-cancer effects considering these studies.
Obviously more scientific research is needed to prove the anti-cancer properties of Kratom, although do not expect such research to come anytime soon since Big Pharma would never spend money on determining if Kratom can fight cancer, or any other disease, since Big Pharma cannot make any money on Kratom since they cannot patent it.