Pittosporum angustifolium is an Australian tree that used to be called Pittosporum phylliraeoides, and is commonly known as Gumbi Gumbi or Gumby Gumby, and other regional names. It has long been used by the indigenous people as medicine, and as a treatment for cancer. It’s not a rare tree; it grows abundantly in many areas of Australia. It can be found in plant nurseries under the name “native willow.”
Hundreds of test cases have substantiated that Gumby Gumby is highly effective in treating many forms of cancer, from those in the initial stages of development right through to terminal situations. In many cases the regular taking of Gumby Gumby has been very supportive in the recovery from these cancers and ongoing treatment has kept recurrence of the disease at bay. Whilst tests to date have only been successful in some forms of cancer, there is no reason to believe that Gumby Gumby would not be extremely beneficial for all cancer sufferers.
However, there is no claim from medical researchers yet, that Gumby Gumby is a proven alternative to current medical cancer treatments. It is however, without doubt, complimentary and beneficial.
Gumby Gumby appears to have the following properties: anti-pruritic, anti-spasmodic, anti-viral and detoxification and galactagogue, and it has shown to improve circulation, blood pressure regulation and boosting of the immune system.
Gumby Gumby has been reported to assist in the treatment of:
- Meniere’s Disease
- Chronic Psoriasis
- Skin Disorders
- Chronic Fatigue
- Vein Conditions
- Skin Repair
- Anti Convulsant