Viral Claim: A message viral on social media claims that “Hot Coconut water kills cancer cells, Hot coconut juice has an effect on cysts and tumors. Proven to remedy all types of cancer”.
Facts Check: False
Viral News in Social Media Twitter/Facebook/WhatsApp/Other Examples:
Hot Coconut water please forward please forward:
Dr. Rajendra A. Badwe, TATA Memorial Hospital stressed that if everyone who receives this newsletter can forward ten copies to others, surely at least one life will be saved back... I have already done my part, hope You can also help with your part. thank!
Hot coconut water can save you a lifetime
Look at it again, then tell others,
Spread love out!
Hot coconut ~ only kill cancer cells!
Cut 2 to 3 thin coconut flakes in a cup, add hot water, it will become “alkaline water”, drink every day, it is good for anyone.
Hot Coconut water releases an anti-cancer substance, which is the latest advance in the effective treatment of cancer in the medical field.
Hot coconut juice has an effect on cysts and tumors. Proven to remedy all types of cancer.
This type of treatment with coconut extract only destroys malignant cells, it does not affect healthy cells.
In addition, the amino acid and coconut polyphenol in coconut juice can regulate high blood pressure, effectively prevent deep vein thrombosis, adjust blood circulation and reduce blood clots.
After reading, tell others, family, friends, spread love! Take care of your own health. 🙏🏻💖
Facts Check News: The news claiming the importance of hot water in saving cancer patients is false. Hot Coconut water is not a medicine for cancer patients, nor is it a cure for cancer.
Cancer, also called malignancy, is an abnormal growth of cells. There are over 100 types of cancer, including breast cancer, skin cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, and lymphoma. Symptoms vary depending on the type. Cancer treatment may include chemotherapy, radiation, and/or surgery.
As per medicalnewstoday, The hormones that help plants grow, also known as cytokinins, are also found in coconut water. These compounds are believed to have antiaging and cancer-fighting properties. However, to date no major studies have shown that coconut water wards off cancer.