Blushwood Berry EBC-46: An Anti Cancer Powerhouse

December 19, 2023 5 mins to read

Today I want to go over a Berry from the Australian rainforests called Blushwood Berry, particularly a compound it contains labeled EBC-46, which has promising anti-cancer properties. It’s now been the subject of intense research and scrutiny due to preliminary results showing it’s ability to destroy cancer cells. So in this article I go over Blushwood berry EBC-46, it’s anti-cancer properties and research supporting it, other potential health benefits and my final thoughts.

What is Blushwood Berry?

Hylandia dockrillii, more commonly known as the Blushwood Berry, is a rare fruit native to the Australian rainforest. It’s not just its rarity that makes it special, but the unique compound it contains – EBC-46 which has been found in breakthrough research, to have potent anti-cancer properties; demolishing cancer in it’s tracks.

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As an Integrative nutrition student I have written several articles, such as Essiac Tea for Cancer, and the Hoxsey Herbal Remedy for Cancer. I’ve also done several videos on nutrition for cancer and suppressed natural remedies. I also authored the Alexa Anona Protocol for Cancer – a nutritional guide to cancer with study backed anti-cancer foods and supplements.

Who Should Be Interested in Blushwood Berry and EBC-46?

For those that have cancer, where it runs in your family, or your genetic tests have showed a susceptibility to certain cancers…Blushwood berry is a great anti-cancer food and EBC-46 is something you can discuss with your doctor as a possible natural cancer treatment.

EBC-46 and Its Anti-Cancer Properties:

  • The Science Behind EBC-46:
    • EBC-46 is a compound that has shown remarkable results in preclinical trials for treating certain types of cancer. More research is needed.
    • EBC-46 works by triggering a rapid immune response that leads to the destruction of cancer cells.
  • Research Findings:
    • Studies have primarily been in animals, showing tumor destruction and minimal side effects. This is big considering the side effect of traditional chemo and radiation treatments are severe and long lasting.
    • Human trials are in early stages, but the results are very promising.
  • Why It’s Not a Cure-All:
    • It’s important to note that EBC-46 is not a universal cancer cure.
    • Its effectiveness varies depending on the type and stage of cancer and could depend on a variety of other factors.
  • The Future of EBC-46:
    • More research is vital to understanding its full potential and limitations.

Other Health Benefits of Blushwood Berry:

Beyond its potential in cancer treatment, Blushwood Berry is also known for:

  • Blushwood berry is rich in antioxidants, which help combat free radicals. Oxidative stress is a primary driving force behind disease and illness.
  • Promoting skin health and rejuvenation.
  • Possessing anti-inflammatory properties, beneficial for overall health. Inflammation along-side oxidative stress is a primary driver behind disease any reducing it can help reduce some symptoms significantly.

Final Thoughts | Conclusion

The traditional cancer treatments are deadly and with severe, often life threatening side effects that can be long-lasting. It is paramount to find alternative cancer treatments, or those that can enhance the effectiveness of existing cancer treatments and help lessen the severity of side effects when used along-side more traditional treatments. EBC-46 can be discussed with your doctor as part of your cancer treatment plan. While the preliminary research on EBC-46 is exciting, it’s crucial to wait for more extensive studies and professional guidance before considering it as a treatment option. However Blushwood berry could be part of a healthy anti-cancer diet. If you are considering blushwood berry or want to talk with an expert to get set up on an anti-cancer diet Book an online video call now.

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  1. Boyle, G. M., et al. “EBC-46, a Novel Therapeutic for Tumor Destruction and Healing.” PLOS One. This study, conducted at the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, focused on the use of EBC-46 derived from Blushwood berries in treating melanoma in animals, showing significant tumor reduction. For more information, you can visit Healthy and Natural World: Healthy and Natural World.
  2. Boyle, G. M., et al. “Preclinical Evaluation of EBC-46, a Tumor Destruction Agent, in the Treatment of Melanoma.” Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology. This research, conducted by a team at the Queensland Institute of Medical Research, Australia, explored the efficacy of EBC-46 against various types of cancer, including melanoma, breast, colon, and prostate cancer. More details can be found on CANCERactive: CANCERactive.
  3. QBiotics Group. “Clinical Trials of EBC-46.” This includes human trials conducted by QBiotics, showing the effectiveness of EBC-46 in treating various types of cancers with minimal side effects. Additional information is available on Zak View: Zak View.


The information provided in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website. The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any health care agency or government entity in Canada or the United States.

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