Friday, 3 February 2017

Buah Jering Untuk Ubat Kanser, Tekanan Darah, Ubat Cacing dan Kemurungan

Bahron 2:
Buat semua muslimin dn muslimat harap mendapat info yg baik ini.

Tak lama lagi mungkin jering naik harga, skrg RM30/kg
Ubat Kanser yang Beribu Kali Lebih Kuat dari Kemoterapi..


(saya share supaya lebih ramai sahabat yg hidup sihat walafiat)

• Ternyata JERING merupakan buah ajaib untuk membunuh sel KANSER & beribu kali lebih kuat dari Kemoterapi.

• Spt diketahui, pohon jering dikenali sbg varietas jering.
• Kita boleh menfaatkan buah Jering dgn cara memakannya langsung sebagai ulam, dibuat jus, minuman sorbets, kueh, emping jering dll.
• Hal ini menghasilkan banyak kebaikan, tetapi yang paling menarik adalah kesan yang dihasilkan pada kanser dan tumor.
• Buah ini adalah ubat yang terbukti melawan SEMUA JENIS KANSER.
• Jering dianggap juga sebagai spektrum anti dadah terhadap infeksi bakteria dan kuman, terbukti dari baunya yg adikuat. Efektif terhadap parasit dalaman dan cacing, dpt mengatur tekanan darah yang terlalu tinggi & berguna sebagai anti stress, memerangi stres dan perasaan gugup.
• Sumber informasi menarik ini berasal dari salah satu produkdsi ubat terbesar dî dunia yg mengatakan bahawa setelah lebih dari 20 ujian laboratorium yang dilakukan sejak tahun 1970, terungkap bahwa :

Jering boleh MENGHANCURKAN SEL² GANAS dî 12 jenis kanser, termasuk usus, payudara, prostat, paru² dan pankreas.
• Kekuatan buah ini menunjukkan 10,000 kali lebih baik dari produk adriamycin, obat kemoterapi, biasanya digunakan dî dunia, memperlambat pertumbuhan sel kanser.
• Dan bahkan yg lebih memeranjatkan jenis terapi dengan ekstrak Jering hanya menghancurkan sel² kanser ganas & tidak mempengaruhi sel² sihat.

Institute of Health Sciences, 819 Sweden Riset Biosains. L.L.C. Cause Street.

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Artikel seterusnya berkenaan jering dari

Da Nyin thee or Jengkol or Dogfruit or Buah Jering has no Medicinal properties but toxic to Kidney

Archidendron jiringa, Indonesia: Jengkol/jering
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Da Nyin thee or Jengkol or Dogfruit or Buah Jering has no Medicinal properties but toxic to Kidney.

Some people in Malaysia, Myanmar and ASEAN thought that the SMELLY-the-day-after-urine was a sign of bad toxic materials excreted out. But they are wrong. Most of the Myanmar doctors know about this. We have seen a lot of dysuria, haematuria, renal failure patients in Myanmar because our people like to eat hundreds of specially boiled Da Nyin thee or Jengkols.

The beans are mildly toxic due to the presence of djenkolic acid, an amino acid, which causes djenkolism (jengkol bean poisoning). It causes “spasmodic pain, gout, urinary obstruction and acute renal failure“. [Wong, J. S., et al. (2007). Acute anuric renal failure following jering bean ingestion. Asian J Surg 30:1 80-1.]

The condition mainly affects men, and is not determined by how the beans are prepared, and individuals can consume the beans on multiple occasions without incident, to develop renal failure on another occasion. [Adler, S. G. and J. J. Weening. (2006). A case of acute renal failure. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 1: 158-165.]

Source: Wikipedia

But almost all the other people outside our country and most of the doctors are not aware of this danger. After all I was shocked to hear the words of a very famous (really good in operations) Urologist that he never heard nephrotoxic effects.

So no wonder this Star Newspaper is promoting this food here, “Snack much sought after for health properties” by FARIK ZOLKEPLI

KUALA TERENGGANU: The buah jering, which grows in the wild and is taken during meals as ulam (table salad) by many Malaysian families, has become a much sought-after snack, thanks to 79-year-old trader Ali Omar here.

He sells it both as a snack and as a cure for many types of ailments.

“The jering (which is actually a type of legume) is known to have medicinal benefits.

 Healing food: Despite his age, Ali continues selling buah jering at his stall in Kampung Bukit Besar, Kuala Terengganu.
“It can reduce one’s blood sugar level and improve the digestive system.

“In the west coast it is taken as ulam but it is commonly prepared as a snack and eaten with coconut floss in the eastern states like Terengganu, Kelantan and Pahang,” he said.

“It’s not easy to prepare the snack as I have to boil the pod for about 14 hours and then deep fry the seeds with ingredients such as serai (lemon grass), ginger and sugar.

“It is a painstaking chore but I do it to help people.”

“If boiled wrongly, there could be side effects like a bad toothache,” said Ali, who sells the snack from a stall at Kampung Bukit Besar near here.

Although it started out as a hobby, the father of six and grandfather of “dozens” said it had now become more than just a side income for him.

“Many customers come back for more as their health improved upon eating the snack regularly,” he said, adding that the jering snack has also done wonders for his family.

“It has produced a stable income that has allowed my children to further their studies,” he said.

His only regret is that none of his children are keen to follow in his footsteps.

“The young people complain about the long hours of preparing the snack,” he said.

He added that he had hired an assistant because of his age.

Ali said the snack was only prepared during the hot season when the jering was easily available.

He said because of the weather in Terengganu, which becomes wet during the monsoon, he often has to buy the jering pods from Malacca and other places.

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Lagi artikel berkenaan buah jering:

Antiangiogenesis and antioxidant activity of ethanol extracts of Pithecellobium jiringa


Angiogenesis plays a critical role in embryonic development and various physiological processes. However, excessive angiogenesis is associated with several pathological conditions including cancer. Pithecellobium jiringa (Jack) Prain is a traditional medicinal plant from the family Leguminosae. It is native to the Southeast Asia, where it has been used traditionally for treatment of various ailments such as hypertension and diabetes. The present work is aimed to study antioxidant and antiangiogenesis activities of P. jiringa ethanol extracts.


P. jiringa fruit rinds were extracted with ethanol and 50% ethanol. The antioxidant property was analysed using, 1,1-diphenyl-2-picryl-hydrazyl free radical scavenging assay. Phytochemical analysis was performed using thin layer chromatography and colorimetric methods. Then, cell growth inhibition was studied against a panel of human cell lines by MTT test. In vitro inhibition of angiogenesis was studied by the following assays: isolated rat aortic rings cell viability, colony formation, endothelial cell migration, endothelial tube formation on matrigel, and expression of vascular endothelial growth factor by endothelial cells. In vivo antiangiogenesis effect was studied by utilising fertilised chick embryos assay. The results were statistically analysed by analysis of variance.


Ethanolic and 50% hydro-ethanolic extracts showed relatively high concentration of total phenolics associated with potent antioxidant activity. The rat aortic rings study conducted showed potent inhibition of the microvessels outgrowth with IC50s 5.27 ± 0.81 μg/ml (ethanolic) and 4.45 ± 0.63 μg/ml (50% hydro-ethanolic). Both extracts arrested the growth of human endothelial cells via down-regulation of VEGF expression, leading to inhibition of other angiogenesis cascades including migration of endothelial cells, and formation of capillary network on matrigel matrix. The extracts also inhibited the neovascularisation of chick embryo chorioallantoic membrane.


P. jiringa extracts inhibit angiogenesis by blocking the VEGF expression thus inhibiting endothelial cells proliferation, migration and differentiation most likely due to presence of the antioxidant phenolics.

Keywords: Pithecellobium jiringa, Antiangiogenesis, Antioxidant, Phytochemical analysis

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