Salvestrols are natural anticancer molecules present in fruits, vegetables and herbs. They are activated inside tumour cells to anticancer metabolites that destroy the cancer from within. The enzyme that activates them is called Beta Salvestrol Activase also known as CYP1B1. This enzyme is expressed in every form of human cancer. Each cancer cell has the CYP1B1 enzyme that has been likened to a Trojan Horse within the tumour cell. When the salvestrols reach the tumour they encounter the trojan horse and release a stream of deadly chemicals killing the tumour cells and destroying the tumour. There are 100 salvestrols in total in five different classes alpha, beta, gamma, delta and omega. It is the omega salvestrols that ultimately destroy the tumour. When salvestrols reach the liver they are salvaged and returned to the bloodstream for re-delivery to the tumour, hence the name salvestrols from the Latin word "salve" which means "to save". The alpha salvestrols are present in red fruits such as grapes and one example is the red wine constituent resveratrol. Resveratrol is salvestrol S30 and 10 others are important in the diet. Salvestrol Q40 is the most potent of these and is found in high concentrations in brassica vegetables and citrus fruit such as oranges. Salvestrol Therapy is the use of salvestrols to combat cancer. For Salvestrol therapy a high strength supplement such as Salvestrol Platinum (2000 points) is taken 3 times daily after meals. Published case studies have shown Salvestrols to be effective against a wide variety of cancers including breast, brain, bladder, cervical, colon, liver, skin, ovarian, testicular, prostate, and lung cancer.