Maria Treben Cures & Herbs

Maria Treben cures & herbs provide natural remedies to conquer a wide range of diseases, including malignant tumors and cancers. Read our guide for more facts and information about the potential of these life-saving herbal recipes…

Herbs are widely accepted for their ability to boost the immune system, prevent diseases and promote good health. In this regard, Maria Treben’s contribution to the field of herbal medicine cannot be discounted, given the incredible success record of her remedies.  The ability of her herbal remedies is backed by thousands of astounding testimonials from those who have used them successfully.

About Maria Treben

Maria Treben (1907-1991) was a popular Austrian herbalist, whose approach to use herbs to treat all manners of diseases sparked a global sensation in herbalism. Her philosophy on herbalism looked at herbalism as a science as well as a way of life. She treasured teaching herbal remedies, as evident from the popularity of her lectures in Germany, Austria and other regions of Europe.

Spreading the message of herbalism was her mission and she was well aware of the healing compounds contained within the roots, stems, leaves and flowers of herbs. Treben is known to have treated those who had lost hope after doctors had given up on them. She believed that we must not let ourselves feel like passive victims incapable of gaining control of our wellbeing. She also emphasized on preventing health disorders, as demonstrated by her remedies that help improve the body’s resistance and provide protection from diseases.

Medicinal Herbs used by Maria Treben

The medicinal herbs used by Maria Treben include Agrimony, Bedstraw, Butterbur, Calamus, Calendula, Camomile, Coltsfoot, Comfrey, Common Club Moss, Cowslip, Dandelion, Golden Rod, Greater Celandine, Horsetail, Indian Corn, Lady’s Mantle, Mallow, Mistletoe, Plantain Ribwort, Ramsons, Sage, Shepherd’s Purse, Small Flowered Willow-Herb, Speedwell, St. John’s Wort, Stinging Nettle, Thyme, Walnut, Wood Sorrel, Yarrow and Yellow Dead Nettle.

Maria Treben’s miracle herbal treatments for cancer

Though Maria Treben was sometimes criticized by those in the medical field, her lifetime experience on the medicinal uses of herbs earned her a unique fame. Notably, renowned German cancer researcher and physician Dr. Paul G. Segeer endorsed her herbal cures. Several cancer cure testimonials achieved using Treben’s recipes demonstrate the remarkable power of herbs. Treben usually advised dietary restrictions only in certain cases, such as diabetes, leukemia and psoriasis, meaning that the cures are typically attributed to the herbal formulas.

The testimonials pertain to cures of all kinds of cancers and radiation damages caused by cancer treatments. Among the testimonials, a woman who suffered from intestinal and bladder damage caused by radiation has described the relief she got by drinking tea made from fresh Epilobium parviflorum, a small flowered willow herb. A testimony even describes how skin cancer was stopped in its development stages by using Chelidonium majus (greater celandine).

Treben recommends applying a poultice of Symphytum officinale (comfrey) meal mixed with hot water to treat metastasis and bone destruction caused by radiation. Using horsetail and Swedish Bitters poultices and sipping a tea of calendula and other herbs every few minutes is said to cure lung cancer. Abdominal tumors and metastases can be treated by applying a poultice of Swedish Bitters on the abdomen and drinking teas that Treben advises for abdominal diseases. Intestinal cancer can be treated by drinking Thuja plecata tea. Epilobium parviflorum is said to have a curative effect on colorectal cancer.

A daily intake of about six cups of Cleavers (Galium aparine) tea is known to heal tongue cancer. A tea of Smallflower Hiry Willowherb is known to cure bladder cancer. Skin cancer can be healed by drinking a tea of horsetail (Equisetum arvense) and applying a poultice of calendula and horsetail tea.

Maria Treben’s popular books

Maria Treben has written three books – “Health through God’s Pharmacy,” “Maria Treben’s Cures,” and “Health from God’s Garden” – which are ranked among the best-selling books on herbal home remedies. “Health through God’s Pharmacy” has been translated into 24 languages and sold more than eight million copies. It begins with brief explanations on gathering herbs, drying them, preparing herbal ointments, tinctures, salves, lotions, tonics, teas and other mixtures. The second section provides details of 32 herbs with Treben’s personal experiences on their actions. A chapter of the book is dedicated to the famous Swedish Bitters, discussing Swedish herbs and their applications. The book also includes advice for a variety of health disorders, the most interesting part being the advice for malignant diseases. It is uncommon to find advice for malignant diseases among general herbals.

Reason for the success of Maria Treben’s remedies

The popularity of the stunning healing and rejuvenating effects of Maria Treben’s remedies can be attributed to the comprehensibility of her recipes. Each of her herbal recipes is clear and concise, with clearly measured out details, to the extent that anyone can learn and apply the remedies by themselves.  Maria Treben rekindled the popularity of Swedish Bitters, a Swiss doctor’s recipe that dates back to the 1500’s, as a miracle elixir.

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