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Plant-Based Nutraceutical 'Vernolac' Shakes Up Cancer Treatment Landscape

In a groundbreaking development, the Institute of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Biotechnology (IBMBB) at Sri Lanka's Colombo University has unveiled a potent all plant-based nutraceutical, 'Vernolac,' which holds the potential to combat approximately 25 different types of cancer.


This all-natural, non-toxic herbal formulation is the result of 12 years of rigorous scientific research conducted by a team of experts led by Prof. Sameera Samarakoon.

Vernolac packaging

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Unlike synthetic drugs, 'Vernolac' is a game-changer in the field of cancer treatment, offering a promising alternative.


'Cancer is the second most common non-communicable disease globally, often driven by gene mutations. Vernolac is a beacon of hope for individuals with a family history of cancer or those exposed to carcinogens and radiation', says Prof. Sameera Samarakoon.


What sets 'Vernolac' apart is its composition—drawing from more than 20 ingredients sourced from natural foods and herbs. This nutraceutical aligns with the rich heritage of Ayurveda, which dates back thousands of years and is inspired by native healing traditions.


This departure from conventional synthetic cancer treatment methods signifies a paradigm shift in the approach to cancer.


Cancer was responsible for nearly 10 million deaths worldwide in 2020.


'Vernolac' stands ready to challenge it, targeting a wide array of cancer types, including breast, lung, colon, rectum, prostate, oral, and liver cancers. Additionally, it exhibits a unique capability to inhibit the growth of cancer stem cells, thwarting the development of tumors.

Vernolac packaging

The response to 'Vernolac' has been overwhelmingly positive, even among Sri Lankans living abroad, signifying its potential to tap into international markets.


Clinicians from Western medicine have also begun recommending this natural remedy. Prof. Samarakoon envisions promoting such local R&D products as a part of health and wellness tourism to bolster the country's foreign exchange earnings.


The emergence of 'Vernolac' is not only a triumph for science but also a ray of hope for cancer patients seeking a more holistic and natural path to recovery.


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