How can Vidatox fight against tumour cells?

A tumour needs nutrition to grow up. 

In the picture above, we can see tumour cells rapidly increasing to form a cancer which  progressively grows up between normal tissues. While the cancer’s mass grows, the pressure in the surrounding nerves increases causing a pain which can vary from slight to unbearable. As a normal tissue,  tumour mass needs sanguine vessels to grow up. This process is called angiogenesis.

VIDATOX is an angiogenesis inhibitor.

The poison links to the cancer structure and stops the angiogenesis that feeds the tumour with the necessary nutritive substances.

VIDATOX  also stimulates and strengthens the immune system.

You can see, in the illustration above, the recovery abilities of the immune system, once properly stimulated. Studies show a considerable stimulation of the immune systems of the laboratory animals and patients after a treatment with the poison.

There is a considerable increase in WBC (white blood cells) and other cells which protect our immunity. In other words, studies indicate that the poison contains substances which are effective in the stimulation of the immune system and others which have anti-inflammatory properties.