Lufft - Luffah Scrubber Leaves - Best Natural Cancer Healer

It is amazing to me how there is practically no research or information on this absolutely miraculous cure or should I say treatment for cancer.  

I used this myself and it works better than Nigella sativa also.  What is luffah leaves?  Luffah leaves are the leaves from the gourd plant luffah, that you use to scrub with in your baths.  As you may know, the gourd is grown and then dried to be used in smoothing and cleaning the skin with.

Did you know that the leaf itself, not the stem is a  treatment used in the Middle East.  They are expensive here in Jordan, but the price is nothing compared to buying Cancer drugs or having chemotherapy.  The leaves look similar to spinach leaves.

While there are many benefits of the luffah plant, no one has studied the leaf itself.  The seeds have been studied and what was discovered is similar properties to the luffah seed were seen in Nigella sativa, cannabis sativa L (marijuana) and apricot seeds. So is this why the combination of the luffah powder (leaves dried and ground) and Nigella sativa have such a powerful cancer effect?  See the many benefits of luffah. 

The news today however is that we are now prescribing luffah leaves for HIV/AIDS.  A powerful additive in addition to the black seed oil.

Which Black Seed Oil do I recommend?  Perfect Press Black Seed Oil.  

Closer to the Type we use - Softer leaaves

Ethnobotanical uses

Luffa aegyptiaca (CUCURBITACEAE)
Ache(Tooth) Bliss; Analgesic Keys; Antiseptic Bliss; Bladder Bliss; Boil Keys; Cancer Bliss; Caries Bliss; Carminative Bliss; Cathartic Al-Rawi; Circulation Bliss; Dropsy Liogier; Dysentery Keys; Emetic Al-Rawi, Brutus, Liogier; Emmenagogue Bliss; Enterorrhagia Keys; Hematochezia Bliss; Hemorrhage Bliss; Hemostat Keys; Hernia Bliss; Intestine Bliss; Jaundice Bliss; Lactogogue Bliss; Menorrhagia Bliss; Metrorrhagia Keys; Orchitis Bliss, Keys; Ozoena Bliss; Parasiticide Bliss; Pectoral Bliss; Piles Bliss, Keys; Purgative Liogier; Refrigerant Bliss; Scarlet-Fever Bliss; Skin Bliss; Smallpox Bliss; Stomach Bliss; Swelling Bliss; Tonic Bliss; Tumor Hartwell; Urogenital Bliss; Variola Keys; Vermifuge Bliss

Documentation per Dr. James A. Duke

Chemicals in: Luffa aegyptiaca MILLER (Cucurbitaceae) -- Luffa, Smooth Loofah, Vegetable Sponge

ASCORBIC-ACID Fruit 120 - 2,400 ppm DUKE1992A Leaf 950 - 9,596 ppm DUKE1992A
ASH Fruit 4,000 - 80,000 ppm DUKE1992A Leaf 7,000 - 71,000 ppm DUKE1992A
BETA-CAROTENE Fruit 1.2 - 34 ppm DUKE1992A Leaf 92 - 933 ppm DUKE1992A
CALCIUM Fruit 200 - 4,000 ppm DUKE1992A Leaf 560 - 55,000 ppm DUKE1992A
CARBOHYDRATES Fruit 43,600 - 872,000 ppm DUKE1992A Leaf 27,000 - 804,000 ppm DUKE1992A
CHOLINE Fruit 104 - 2,090 ppm DUKE1992A
FAT Fruit 2,000 - 40,000 ppm DUKE1992A Leaf 17,000 ppm; DUKE1992A Seed 200,000 - 450,000 ppm DUKE1992A
FIBER Fruit 5,000 - 100,000 ppm DUKE1992A Leaf 15,000 - 152,000 ppm DUKE1992A
IRON Fruit 3 - 80 ppm DUKE1992A Leaf 115 - 1,162 ppm DUKE1992A
KILOCALORIES Fruit 200 - 4,000 /kg DUKE1992A Leaf 140 - 2,730 /kg DUKE1992A
LINOLEIC-ACID Fruit 870 - 17,400 ppm DUKE1992A Seed 94,000 - 211,500 ppm DUKE1992A
MAGNESIUM Fruit 140 - 2,800 ppm DUKE1992A
MUFA Fruit 370 - 7,400 ppm DUKE1992A
NIACIN Fruit 4 - 80 ppm DUKE1992A
OLEIC-ACID Fruit 370 - 7,400 ppm DUKE1992A Seed 60,000 - 135,000 ppm DUKE1992A
PALMITIC-ACID Fruit 110 - 2,200 ppm DUKE1992A Seed 18,000 - 40,500 ppm DUKE1992A
PHOSPHORUS Fruit 190 - 6,400 ppm DUKE1992A Leaf 330 - 14,141 ppm DUKE1992A Seed 18,300 ppm; DUKE1992A
POTASSIUM Fruit 1,390 - 27,800 ppm DUKE1992A
PROTEIN Fruit 12,000 - 240,000 ppm DUKE1992A Leaf 16,000 - 515,000 ppm DUKE1992A
PUFA Fruit 870 - 17,400 ppm DUKE1992A
RIBOFLAVIN Fruit 0.6 - 12 ppm DUKE1992A Leaf 0.6 - 6 ppm DUKE1992A
SFA Fruit 160 - 3,200 ppm DUKE1992A
SODIUM Fruit 30 - 600 ppm DUKE1992A
STEARIC-ACID Fruit 50 - 1,000 ppm DUKE1992A Seed 36,000 - 81,000 ppm DUKE1992A
THIAMIN Fruit 0.5 - 10 ppm DUKE1992A Leaf 0.5 - 5 ppm DUKE1992A
WATER Fruit 930,000 - 950,000 ppm DUKE1992A Leaf 901,000 - 940,000 ppm DUKE1992A

ppm = parts per million
tr = trace

Biological Activities
AntiMS Reference: EMP6:189
Antiacne Reference: JAR12:99
Antialopecic Reference: X12033503
Antiarthritic Reference: EMP6:189
Anticoronary Reference: JBH
Antieczemic Reference: EMP6:189
Antiinflammatory Dosage: IC50=31 uM; Reference: POP:153 EMP6:189
Antileukotriene-D4 Dosage: IC50=31 uM; Reference: POP:153
Antimenorrhagic Reference: PAM
Antiprostatitic Reference: PAM
Cancer-Preventive Reference: 525
Carcinogenic Reference: SN146:421
Comedolytic Reference: JAR12:99
Insectifuge Reference: 382
Metastatic Reference: SN146:421
Nematicide Reference: NIG
Propecic Reference: X12033503
Plant species with highest amount
Cucumis melo subsp. ssp melo var.cantalupensis NAUDIN -- Cantaloupe, Melon, Muskmelon, Netted Melon, Nutmeg Melon, Persian Melon; 56,100 - 726,700 ppm in Cotyledon;
Juglans regia L. -- English Walnut; 228,000 - 532,760 ppm in Seed;
Persea americana MILLER -- Avocado; 24,340 - 505,440 ppm in Fruit;
Cucumis sativus L. -- Cucumber; 35,100 - 486,700 ppm in Cotyledon;
Carthamus tinctorius L. -- Safflower; 122,000 - 481,394 ppm in Seed;
Prunus armeniaca L. -- Apricot; 56,000 - 411,200 ppm in Seed;
Papaver bracteatum L. -- Great Scarlet Poppy; 358,650 - 383,520 ppm in Seed;
Helianthus annuus L. -- Girasol, Sunflower; 89,000 - 350,000 ppm in Seed;
Juglans cinerea L. -- Butternut; 337,270 - 348,924 ppm in Seed;
Lagenaria siceraria (MOLINA) STANDLEY. -- Calabash Gourd, White-Flowered Gourd; 288,000 - 336,250 ppm in Seed;
Bertholletia excelsa BONPL. -- Brazilnut, Brazilnut-Tree, Creamnut, Paranut; 140,225 - 314,300 ppm in Seed;
Papaver somniferum L. -- Opium Poppy, Poppyseed Poppy; 300,335 - 309,465 ppm in Seed;
Sesamum indicum L. -- Ajonjoli (Sp.), Beni, Benneseed, Sesame, Sesamo (Sp.); 123,656 - 278,784 ppm in Seed;
Pinus edulis ENGELM -- Pinyon Pine; 248,820 - 264,420 ppm in Seed USA;
Cannabis sativa L. -- Hemp, Indian Hemp, Marihuana, Marijuana; 207,000 - 250,600 ppm in Seed;
Cucumis melo subsp. ssp melo var.cantalupensis NAUDIN -- Cantaloupe, Melon, Muskmelon, Netted Melon, Nutmeg Melon, Persian Melon; 99,600 - 246,192 ppm in Seed;
Nigella sativa L. -- Black Caraway, Black Cumin, Fennel-Flower, Nutmeg-Flower, Roman Coriander; 128,124 - 233,459 ppm in Seed;
Pinus gerardiana WALL. -- Chilgoza Pine; 137,000 - 231,350 ppm in Seed WOI;
Oenothera biennis L. -- Evening-Primrose; 121,500 - 227,798 ppm in Seed;
Cucurbita pepo L. -- Pumpkin; 209,040 - 222,411 ppm in Seed;
Pinus pinea L. -- Italian Stone Pine, Pignolia; 206,890 - 221,725 ppm in Seed USA;
Cucurbita foetidissima HBK. -- Buffalo Gourd; 92,340 - 221,365 ppm in Seed JEL;
Balanites aegyptiacus (L.) DELILE -- Desert Date, Soapberry Tree, Zachunbaum (Ger.), betu (India), dattier du desert (Fr.), dattier sauvage (Fr.), heglik (Fr.), hingotia (India), lalo (India), mirobalano de Egipto (Sp.), zachun (India); 120,000 - 220,000 ppm in Seed;
Hyoscyamus niger L. -- Henbane; 141,000 - 219,396 ppm in Seed;
Aleurites moluccana (L.) WILLD. -- Candleberry, Candlenut, Candlenut Tree, Indian Walnut, Lumbangtree, Varnishtree; 201,600 - 216,640 ppm in Seed;
Luffa aegyptiaca MILLER -- Luffa, Smooth Loofah, Vegetable Sponge; 94,000 - 211,500 ppm in Seed;
Citrullus lanatus (THUNB.) MATSUM. & NAKAI -- Watermelon; 52,000 - 210,280 ppm in Seed;
Lactuca scariola L. -- Prickly Lettuce; 165,616 - 204,160 ppm in Seed;
Argemone mexicana L. -- Prickly Poppy; 96,000 - 188,600 ppm in Seed;
Terminalia catappa L. -- Indian Almond, Malabar Almond, Tropical Almond; 102,600 - 184,450 ppm in Seed;
Loofah or luffa leaves are very bitter and you can not or should not eat them raw.  It is best to dry them first and then take them in capsule form.  The best way to prevent and treat cancer is with mixing them with barley.  Mix the two together and then grind them in a coffee grinder.  Taking two capsules a day is enough.

The luffa has been documented to be used as a laxative, purgative, abortive and in treatment of sinusitis (Matos, 1979).  Interest arose pertaining to its anti-cancer abilities (Chen et al., 2005; Atta-ur-Rhman, 2005).  Little documentation has been done on the cancer abilities other than being use as a home made recipe by the Arabs.

Loofah is very easy to grow in your backyards and seeds are readily available. 


When they have matured, transplant out of doors to grow and use.  You can even grow them as patio plants:

When the leaves have matured, wash them and allow to dry in a non-direct sunny room.   The leaves may take up to two weeks to dry.  Lay them on a blanket under a window.  Do not use the stems, discard and throw them away.

Here the leaves are put on a drying screen to be cleaned of the stems and begin drying. The drying typically takes around 3 weeks.  

After the leaves are dried they are fine ground with my special recipe and prepared to be shipped to my customers all over the world.

After grinding, the powder is left out to dry for 1 day so they do not after any excess moisture.  I then place them in bags and cover each bag with a cloth bag to protect them from possible post office damage.

My leaves maintain their green color because I dry them indoors in front of a window full of light and air, not outside like many large companies do.  When you place the leaves outside, they turn brown and lose much of their potent vitamins and cancer abilities. 

Once You Receive Your Leaves

You can store the dried luffa in glass jars for a very long time.  To cook with the loofah leaves you can enjoy this very tasty meal.  I suggest eating luffah along with taking the dried capsules.  I had great success with taking the luffa and Nigella sativa together.

Lufft with Veggies and Egg

  • 1 tablespoon virgin olive oil
  • 1 small red onion
  • 1 small red pepper
  • 1 small tomato
  • 2 teaspoon dried lufft or powder
  • 1 organic egg


Saute the veggies in the oil.  When the veggies are sauteed but still crunchy, add in the egg and scrample. Season with salt and pepper and serve.   

Lufft recipe  (Arabic word)

  • 1 tablespoon virgin olive oil
  • 2 green onions
  • 1 small handful of dried lufft, not ground or 2 tablespoons of powder
  • 4 cups chopped cabbage
  • 1 cup broccoli heads, chopped
  • 1 cup chicken bouillon (homemade chicken stock is best)
  • 1/4 cup vermicelli macaroni (tiny, tiny pieces - alternate with very thin spaghetti broken up)
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Water

  1. Place the oil in a skillet and heat.  Add in the chopped onions and sautee for one to two minutes.  Add in the lufft and stir slightly and then add in the cabbage and cook for one minute.  
  2. Add in the chicken bouillon and enough water to cover the cabbage mixture by one inch.  Add in the broccoli, salt and pepper.  
  3. Cook the cabbage mixture for a few minutes until slightly cooked.  Add in the vermicelli and cook until the macaroni is cooked and the water is evaporated.

If you do not have cancer, you can top with some parmesan cheese.