"Yew is an herb that I learned about from Hoxey's nurse, Mildred, who had used it for breast health for many years. I have used it since 1994 for problems people have had with the breast including fibrocystic breasts, benign breast lumps, and as an adjunct for those with breast cancer who wish to do an integrated approach of traditional and alternative approaches to care. Interestingly, the American Indians used this herb for everything from colds to arthritis, but it is not in the literature to my knowledge for use in breast cancer.
It is the same tree that Tamoxifin comes from, Taxus brevifolia. Mildred said in all her years working in cancer clinics, she had seen women using Tamoxifin, yew bark and yew tips. She had seen the best results from yew tips. That's why we use the tips of new growth in this preparation." -Martha
Taxus brevifolia in organic alcohol-water extract.
Shake before using. Sediment does not alter quality. DOSE: 2-6 droppers or 1/4 - 3/4 tsp in warm water 2x-3x per day. Do not use if pregnant, nursing, or if seal is broken. If taking prescription drugs, inform health practitioner before use. Keep from children. Store in cool dark place.
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