Toads Mucus is an Effective Cure for AIDS and Cancer

Toxins of tropical frogs can become an indispensable tool for fighting AIDS and cancer. Experiments have shown that small doses of a dangerous substance has healing properties. Panamanian researchers conducted a series of studies aimed to understand the effects of toxic substances, which allocated by the body of toads. The substance, which is produced by the skin of amphibians, can hurt the animal itself, and even cause paralysis. Experiments have demonstrated that low doses of the toxin has a positive effect on human's organism. First of all, its effective as an analgesic remedy. In addition, substances own the properties that influence the rhythm of heart. It is possible that its destructive properties work for the destruction of cancer cells and the AIDS virus.

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