Q: Are there any special populations that cannot use Mistletoe Therapy?
A: Mistletoe therapy is not recommended for anyone with an allergy to Mistletoe, or anyone with acute inflammatory disease, autoimmune disease, high fever, pregnancy, Myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis, or uncontrolled hyperthyroidism.
Q: Can I receive Mistletoe Therapy while receiving other treatments, such as radiation or chemotherapy?
A: Yes. Mistletoe can help alleviate some of the common side-effects of radiation and chemotherapy, such as fatigue, nausea, and difficulty sleeping. Read the above list of benefits of Mistletoe Therapy.
Q: Have there been clinical studies done on Mistletoe Therapy?
A: Many clinical studies examining Mistletoe use with cancer patients have shown improved outcomes, both in conjunction with conventional treatments and as a stand-alone adjuvant therapy. Another compelling benefit, which has been observed in a multitude of clinical trials, is improved quality of life. Outcomes include less severe side-effects from chemotherapy such as fatigue, depression, nausea and vomiting, and improved emotional well-being and concentration.