Salicinium is a plant extract that is very natural. It has been used for years in the fight against cancer. It is one of the complex sugar molecules. Glycolysis is a natural phase of both aerobic and anaerobic respiration. Cancerous cells rely mostly on glycolysis.
Research has shown that salicinium contains compounds that can stop the first phase of glycolysis without necessarily having an effect on the other part. In short it can be able to stop the oxygen independent part that leads to fermentation.
This happens by stopping the fermentation process. Generally the fermenting cells here are the cancerous cells. This natural plant extract can alter anaerobic respiration by targeting fermenting cells and stopping anaerobic respiration in them.
It is efficient since it does this without destroying the healthy cells. It main target is only on the fermenting cells and not the healthy ones.
Unlike other forms of cancer treatment like chemotherapy which can end up destroying even the healthy cells, salicinium therapy works on the contrary. It ensures that the healthy cells are untouched. This allows them to continue performing all the necessary functions in the body.
However, it should be noted that salicinium does not necessarily destroy or kill the fermenting cells. The immune system is the only on that can do this. All this therapy does is stop fermentation by allowing cells to go back to their normal functioning. This in return boosts the immune system to destroy the fermenting cells which in this case do not perform the expected functions of cells.
In normal conditions the immune system aids in generation of new cells to replace the old and worn out ones. When salicinium stops the fermentation process of the cells it gives way for the immune system to generate new cells to replace them. This gets the body back to its healthy state.
What makes this kind of cancer therapy efficient is its ability to target only the affected cells. It does not lead to destruction of normal cells. It should however be used in right amounts and only the correct form of the molecule should be used.