Endohealium™ Formula is designed to regenerate the endothelium, caused by the S-Spike protein damage found in the Covid virus and other inoculation-based sources.
Endothelial cells (ECs) line the inner wall of blood vessels and form a semipermeable barrier, which regulates the flux of fluid, proteins, and blood cells across the vascular wall into parenchymal tissue and maintains an antithrombotic and anti-inflammatory state of the microvascular bed. Endothelial injury leads to complications associated with inflammation, including increased vascular permeability, transmigration of inflammatory cells, exit of erythrocytes, tissue edema, and micro-thrombosis. Endothelial barrier dysfunction is a key initiating event of various vascular diseases, including atherosclerosis and in-stent restenosis. Evidence from humans and animals has demonstrated the central role of endothelial leakage in determining the outcome of vascular diseases.
Contains:Citrus reticulata, Punica granatum, Pterocarpus marsupium, Petroselium crispum, Genista tinetoria, Polygonum cupidatum, Curcuma longa, Hibiscus sabdariffa and Cinnamomum verum.
Cardimyodin Formula is designed to attenuate inflammation of the heart muscle from viral myocarditis, caused by the S-Spike protein found in the Covid virus and other inoculation-based sources. Contains phytotherapeutic extracts of Crocus autumnale, Panax quintifolius, Astragalus membracanus, Zingiber officinalis, Ganoderma lucidum and Cinnamomum verum. This is a synergistic herbal formula known to alleviate heart inflammation.
Contains: Crocus autumnale, Panax quintifolius, Astragalus membracanus, Zingiber officinalis, Ganoderma lucidum and Cinnamomum verum
WITHODIN B contains phytochemicals known for their S-Spike protein inhibition properties.
SARS-CoV-2 engages human ACE2 through its spike (S) protein receptor binding domain (RBD) to enter the host cell. Recent computational studies have reported that withanone and withaferin A, phytochemicals found in Withania somnifera, target viral main protease. Withanone bound efficiently at the interacting interface of the ACE2- RBD complex and destabilized it energetically.
Contains: Withania somnifera, Polygonum Multiflorum, Apis mellifera propolis, Camellia sinensis, Monoatomic Au, and Cinnamomum verum.
PRYENDA prevents and reverses cognitive damage caused from prions and is a therapeutic treatment against TSEs and other neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.
Contains: Sculetaria baichenalis, Gastrodia elata, Illicium venum, Vitis vinifera, Camellia sinensis, Paonia alba and Cinnamomum verum.
The principal action of COGNIlace is in modulating the Integrated Stress Response (ISR) by modulating the PERK pathways that induce the sustained PERK signaling associated with chronic or severe endoplasmic reticulum (ER) insults. Imbalances in ER proteostasis can propagate to extracellular environments through the secretion of proteins in non-native conformations that accumulate as toxic oligomers and aggregates associated with proteotoxicity in etiologically diverse protein aggregation diseases, including many amyloid diseases.
Contains: Astragulus membracanus, Salvia miltiorrhiz, Radic Paoenia rubras, Polygonum multiflorum, Dryobalanops aromatica (Borneal), Callus spatholobi and Cinnamomum vera.
VIRAsol is a blend of the two leading antiviral herbs (Sambucol Elderberry, and Pau D’Arco) along with an array of distinct natural antiviral herbs proven effective against influenza, swine flu, dengue, herpes, and HIV. These herbs have been shown to*:
Contains: Sambucus Nigra (Elderberry), Tabebui Impetiginosa (Pau D'Arco), Isatis Indogotica, Pterocarpus Soyauxii (African Coralwood), Polygonum mutiforum (Chinese Knotweed), Cinnamomum Verum (Cinnamon)
Target the virus where it lives. (4)
Stop the virus from replicating. (5)
Boost your immune system (6)
Our herbal antiviral formula contains natural sources of Quercetin, ECGC, and Quinine; powerful Ionophores which allow the Zinc to enter the cell membrane where it blocks the virus's ability to replicate.*
Contains: Elitaria Cardamomum (Cardamom), Curcuma Longa (Tumeric), Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea), Cinchona Officinalis (Peruvian Bark), Taraxacum Officinalis (Dandelion), Cinnamomum Verum (Cinnamon)
CHAGAplus contains six of the most effective immune-supporting biologics with proven effects against colds and influenza. Studies demonstrate that Chaga can prevent the production of harmful cytokines, which trigger inflammation and are associated with disease
Chaga mushroom is a type of fungus that grows mainly on the bark of birch trees in cold climates. By promoting the formation of beneficial cytokines (specialized proteins that regulate the immune system) chaga stimulates white blood cells, which are essential for fighting off harmful bacteria or viruses, As a result, this mushroom could help fight infections. Studies demonstrate that chaga can prevent the production of harmful cytokines, which trigger inflammation and are associated with disease.
Contains: Inonotus obliquus (Chaga mushroom), Ganoderma lingzhi (Reishi mushroom), Curcuma longa (Turmeric), Zingiber officinale (Ginger), Withania somnifera (Ashwaganda), Cinnamomum Verum (Cinnamon)
HEMEflow O2 contains six of the most effective immune supporting biologics with proven effects in supporting blood flow and oxygenation. Hypoxia reduces production of ATP, leading to energy failure, anaerobic depolarization, functional damage of ion pumps, and receptor activation of the N-methyl-D-asparticacid receptor. This triggers Ca2. influx leading to cell damage or even death.
Contains: Angelica sinensis (Dong Quai), Cordyceps sinensis (Caterpiller mushroom), Curcuma longa (Turmeric), Cnidum monnieri, (Snow parsley), Zingiber officinale (Ginger), Cinnamomum Verum (Cinnamon)
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