A study from the Journal of the American Medical Association found that herbal remedies may not be as effective as cancer treatment.
“We’ve been telling the same stories over and over and expecting to be listened to,” said Dr. Jonathan D. Mott, associate professor of medical oncology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and lead author of the paper.
“But the truth is, this research has never been able to answer the question, ‘Why are there so many herbal remedies out there?’
That’s what we’re trying to answer.”
The findings come at a time when many people are concerned about the health effects of herbs.
Many believe that herbal extracts may be able to help with chronic illnesses like arthritis, diabetes and even obesity.
But the study also found that there’s a disconnect between the claims made and the actual science.
Researchers studied herbal remedies in a large, well-controlled trial.
The study involved more than 2,500 people in the U.S. and Canada, who had a median age of 71 years.
Researchers used electronic health records to compare patients’ herbal use with their cancer diagnoses.
The researchers looked at a range of herbal treatments, including those sold online and in pharmacies, to see if they had any effect on cancer.
They found that, overall, herbal products were no better than no herbal treatments.
But some of the herbal remedies did have an effect, such as herbal teas and teas containing quercetin and caffeine.
Researchers also looked at the effectiveness of various types of herbal remedies.
They used the same test to compare the effects of different types of herbs on the body, as well as on the risk of cancer.
The results, published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, showed that herbal treatments had a very low risk of developing cancer.
But it wasn’t the only study to find that herbal medicines were not as effective at stopping cancer.
A 2015 study in the New England Journal of Medicine showed that herbs can cause cancer by inhibiting the body’s natural cancer-fighting enzyme, mitogen-activated protein kinase, which plays a crucial role in cancer growth.
This is the same enzyme that allows the body to produce and maintain healthy blood cells.
It also plays a key role in the fight against diabetes, obesity and other chronic illnesses.
The New England study found that those who took herbal teases were more likely to develop cancer.
The results suggest that the anti-cancer effect of herbal teasers is not fully explained by the herbal compounds in herbal remedies, Mott said.
“I think it’s pretty clear that it’s not that herbal compounds are the cause of cancer, but rather the body-wide actions of mitogen activation,” Mott told FoxNews.com.
The authors say there is also evidence that some herbal medicines may be more effective at preventing cancer.
But they also say it’s important to keep in mind that herbal products may not always be as powerful as those sold in the grocery store.