Not a "Covid or Corona Cure" Of Any Kind...
Designed instead to provide your body with the broad-spectrum, nutritional support it needs to maximize its own natural immune defense mechanisms...
New "Immune 10X"
Broad-Spectrum Support Designed For Extremely Uncertain Times
Will Troubling "Variants" Create New Immune System Challenges In Dangerous Future Waves?
If you want broad-spectrum immune support for the rest of 2022, this will be a very important message.
Before we even talk about immune health...
Let's be honest... the average American has a lot of immune system stressors working to seriously compromise their health... even if there were no dangerous biological threats.
If we just looked closer at the chemical toxins present in our world today, we'd be shocked and appalled. (not to mention how mysterious frequencies seem to activate and energize these nano materials)
For example... the umbilical cord blood of a new born baby has 287 industrial chemicals that didn't exist 100 years ago.
As the widespread consumption of GMO foods and graphene-based agriculture has risen, so have blood cell disorders, autoimmune disorders, life-threatening allergies, mood disorders, and more.
Historically speaking, it's easy to see that kids coming into the world these days are not growing up in the same world their grandparents did. There are literally "tons of toxins" and far greater threats to the human immune system than ever before in history. And the sad truth is... our baby-boomer generation grew up with far more toxins and stressors than our grandparents did. On and on it goes, right?
But what happens when...
Chronic Stress... Extreme Toxic Exposure... And Non Ionizing Radiation All Gang-Up To Create Strange And Unnatural Health Manifestations?
It’s long been known that stress weakens our immune systems. Now, researchers are beginning to understand why. In a study published in The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, scientists looked at the effects of chronic stress on immune cells.
They found that stress actually alters immune cells at the genetic level. And...
According to their research, stress itself affects over 3000 immune cell genes!
Here's the key:
Stress alters genes by "priming" them to fight off threats — even though the actual physiological threats may not really exist. Inflammation is then created as a kind of delicate by-product and as the stress becomes chronic... so does the inflammation. And that spells trouble... BIG trouble.
So, even before new coded "variants" arise... what's normal for us... immune-wise... would NOT have been considered normal for our grand-parents and great-grandparents.
"Hundreds of thousands of Americans are wearing down from
desperate attempts to 'keep it all together.'"
It’s no secret that all of us as Americans are struggling these days. But many do not recognize this type of immune compromising stress because it's so gradual in nature. It's "frog in a pan of water soon to boil" stuff.
Further... many live in stressed out social situations... living in communities that are replacing “peace officers” with either gangs of thugs or highly militarized teams. The middle class is hanging on by a thread economically. Government spending is at all-time highs. Blah... blah... blah.
My point is that there's a lot going on. (For all of us.) And the truth is, before we even talk about biology and pathology...
Your Body Wasn’t Designed For This Kind Of Stress!
God forbid... if anything more should happen in 2022. If the macro-crapola ever does hit the fan... like a total economic meltdown, a power-grid collapse, a widespread cyber-attack, a nuclear power plant radiation leak or martial law... we’d all have a hard time coping.
Now, because of our culture's fast pace and chronic stress... and because of our increasingly toxic environment... most of us have an immune system that's both tapped and tired.
Which could create a kind of "multi-car pile-up" we can call...
The Big Immune System Crisis Ahead
Which is why I felt a pressing need to create this product... Immune 10X.
Actually, I created it for my mom, who's in her early 80s and for myself (I have a pituitary tumor and am severely immune compromised).
My desire was not to diagnose, treat or cure anything.
Heck, not even our best and brightest have done that. My desire was to design a supplement for people like my mom and myself (I'm 63) who were not in a great position to fight off immune system "hits" ... let alone highly unusual variants that now seem like attacks.
"The challenge was going through tons of data and finding the 'eureka' research!"
It's also why a lot of research went into "Immune 10X"...
So, in creating this “when all hell breaks loose” formula, I had to go all out. I looked for the best botanicals and nutrients I could find to help my own body deal with stress. I wanted to support my own compromised immune system.
If there’s one thing Immune 10X is designed to give you... it’s this:
Resilience to roll with the punches and stay in the game... resilience to think clearly in stressful situations... resilience to bounce back and keep fighting the good fight... resilience to meet challenges full-steam ahead even under extreme duress.
Here's What's In Immune 10X
Olive Leaf: Glutathione Activator
Olive trees are among the longest-lived species on the planet. According to Lebanese lore, some of their local olive trees are over 6,000 years old. The olive tree has been cultivated for over 5,000 years and has been a staple in diets and in healing traditions all throughout the Middle East. Some can clearly be dated to 2,000 years of age. In fact, some of the olive trees in the gardens of Gethsemane, where Jesus walked, date back to his lifetime.
What makes olive leaf so valuable as an immune support agent?
It contains compounds such as oleuropein and hydroxytyrosol, potent antioxidants, and polyphenols such as oleocanthal. In fact, its antioxidant power is double that of green tea... and five times as potent as vitamin C.
If you’re under stress, antioxidants are essential. Stress of any kind – mental, environmental, physical – creates more free radicals in your body.
“Their fruit will serve for food and their leaves for healing.”
Free radicals are the byproducts of normal metabolic processes, but if you have too many of them, it causes oxidative stress. Free radicals are renegade molecules that lack an electron... so they steal one from neighboring molecules. If oxidative stress isn’t stopped in its tracks, it causes cellular damage, premature aging, and more. Antioxidants can stop the cascade of oxidation, restoring your body to balance.
Your Immune System’s Biggest Supporter?
Astragalus, a plant that belongs to the pea family, has been a staple of Chinese medicine for centuries. Both the Chinese and the Persians used astragalus root to treat a wide variety of conditions in just about every system of the body. This plant is both an immunomodulator (acting upon the immune system) and an adaptogen (giving you stress resilience).
Here are just some of the healthful properties of astragalus:
- It boosts the number of bone marrow stem cells and stimulates them to become immune cells
- It activates macrophages, T-cells, and natural killer cells
- It has potent anti-oxidant properties
- It promotes longevity by slowing the shortening of telomeres. Telomeres are markers at the end of chromosomes whose length is associated with lifespan.
If you are feeling generally run down and stressed out, this is the botanical that you want. Because it is an adaptogen, it helps your body to be resilient to stress and brings things back into balance (that’s why it’s a favorite to address adrenal fatigue). Combine it with the other ingredients (more about that shortly) and you have what we hope is a very powerful synergistic effect.
Garlic: Immune Support Of
Humanity’s love of garlic is almost as old as humanity itself. In the Book of Numbers in the Old Testament, the Israelites wandering in the desert expressed their longing for the garlic they left behind in Egypt. This old-world plant has been part of the culinary and healing traditions for thousands of years across Asia, Africa, and Europe.
"Garlic is more than werewolf and vampire protection."
The Ebers Papyrus, written in 1500 BC but based on texts 2,000 years earlier, was an extensive Egyptian medical “encyclopedia”... and garlic was listed as a treatment for a variety of conditions.
Three of ancient history’s most noted physicians and naturalists wrote detailed praises of garlic’s powers. Hippocrates often prescribed garlic to his patients around 300 BC. Pliny the Elder, a Roman naturalist around 50 AD and author of Natural History, lauded its almost undoubted healing benefits. And Galen, a prominent Greek physician around 200 AD, considered it an extremely valuable part of his pharmacopeia.
In the middle ages, monks wore garlands of garlic to ward off the plague, and Central Europeans believed it protected against werewolves and vampires.
Today, a quick survey of the medical literature turns up over 4,000 studies on the medicinal properties of this herb. It’s best summed up as a “triple whammy” – it’s a powerful immune system supporter, it promotes stress resilience, and it’s a potent antioxidant.
When it comes to fighting stress, perhaps garlic’s most important property is its ability to promote healthy circulation by keeping arteries healthy and clear. Compounds in garlic relax the arteries, improving blood flow throughout and supporting healthy blood pressure. Plus, its antioxidant power helps protect cholesterol from oxidizing.
Ginseng: The Immune System “Regulator”
Like astragalus, ginseng is a natural adaptogen. It has a long history of use for fatigue, mood, stress, and sleep. But its real strength is as an immunomodulator – which means it has the ability to affect the immune system. Ginseng’s actions on the immune system are broad, stimulating both innate immunity and adaptive immunity.
Innate immunity is the “generic” way in which your immune system responds to threats. Studies show that ginseng:
- Enhances the activity of macrophages to engulf and break down foreign invaders
- Stimulates the activity of dendritic cells which respond to infection (ginseng’s naturally occurring compounds, saponins, are the effective agent here)
- Stimulates natural killer cell activity, the first line of defense against cells that are infected or corrupted in some way
- Adaptive immunity involves the immune cells that have antigen-specific responses. Here, ginseng has been shown to:
- Stimulate the activity of antigen-specific antibodies, tasking them to go out and destroy a specific threat
- Stimulate the activity of T cells
- Suppress the production of inflammatory cytokines
Mung Bean Extract: The “Cytokine Key?”
In a study published originally by the Human and Experimental Toxicology journal, researchers found chemicals in mung beans to be highly effective free radical scavengers.
They were especially effective at inhibiting LDL oxidation and the interest in the bean’s protective properties with respect to endothelial issues and disruptions is encouraging.
"Mung beans are also loaded with bio-available magnesium, manganese, thiamine, potassium and folate."
But perhaps even more interesting… the remarkable mung bean seems to target other cardiovascular risk factors such as high blood pressure. Researchers fed hypertensive rats mung bean sprouts and observed significant systolic blood pressure reductions. This could be because of the mung bean's high peptide concentrations, which may act to reduce the angiotensin-converting enzyme called ACE 2. Very important.
Two other constituents in mung beans are vitexin and isovitexin. Both of these, according to research published in Food Chemistry Magazine, have an inhibitory effect on the formation of advanced glycation end-products. This could be great news for those with high blood sugar issues.
Mung beans also contain a high amount of insoluble fiber and other special starches that ferment in the large intestine, producing a short-chain, fatty acid called butyrate. Researchers say this provides substantial protection against colon cancer by inhibiting DNA damage.
In one study, daily mung bean consumption was linked to a 42% reduction in colon cancer risk after researchers adjusted for several potential confounding factors including age and gender.
A study published in the journal… BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine... showed that mung beans suppress the growth of aggressive liver and highly cervical cancer via a multiplicity of complex mechanisms like cytotoxicity… inducing anti-cancer cytokines… halting the cancer cell reproductive cycle and triggering cancer cell apoptosis.
Green Tea Force Multiplier
Epigallocatechin-3-Gallate (EGCG) from green tea extract supports the body’s natural immune process and provides an additional “antioxidant defense” according to numerous studies.
Green tea, for this reason and others, has also become a major nutrient player in the war on inflammation. This is because naturally occurring polyphenols in green tea (EGCG and others) have shown remarkable potential for supporting general health while maintaining healthy immune responses.
"While still not having the status as a cure or treatment, more and more doctors are now using high doses of green tea or EGCG as an adjuvant therapy in the treatment of cancer and other diseases."
Interestingly, Epigallocatechin-3-Gallate and Mung Bean Extract when used together... were shown in “pre-clinical modeling” to help maintain healthy HMGB1 levels. This is important because it’s the HMGB1 molecule that seems to control the proper “cytokine signaling” that's responsible for healthy immune responses.
Licorice Root Powder:
Inflammatory Cytokine Cop?
The licorice plant (Glycyrrhiza glabra) is an herbaceous weed that grows about four feet tall, has purple flowers and is native to hot, dry areas in Southern Europe and Asia.
Its botanical name means “sweet root” in Greek and its roots are straight, round and grow horizontally under the ground. Licorice root is a very popular spice, used worldwide in beverages, candies, chewing gum and toothpaste.
"For centuries, licorice root has been used in Greece, China, and Egypt for stomach inflammation and upper respiratory issues."
The unique flavor and sweetness of licorice is due to its main bioactive constituent, the saponin glycyrrhizin, but it also contains other saponins, flavonoids, polyphenols, phytoestrogens and carbenoxolone. In addition, licorice root contains dietary fiber, amino acids, several B vitamins, vitamin E, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus and potassium.
Licorice root, when used as a gargle, may soothe the pain associated with a sore throat. This is a common symptom of most corona-viruses, according to a 2009 study in the journal Anesthesia & Analgesia. Additionally, according to the study... licorice root can loosen congestion and reduce inflammation.
From the study...
“Based on the experimental results reported here, we hypothesize that licorice extract may play an important role in medicine by scavenging free radicals, stimulating activities of antioxidant enzymes, and arresting production of inflammatory cytokine, subsequently protecting the liver against CCl4-induced damage.”
Acai Powder: Immune System Leverage
Growing wild in the Amazon Rainforest on the high branches of tall palm trees, acai is found in several different places in Brazil. However, the best acai comes from the Para region, which has very rich soil and a heavy concentration of limestone. All of this helps to improve the taste and nutrient content of the acai grown there. Acai berry is the richest known source of anthocyanins, potent plant compounds responsible for the deep purple to black color in fruits, vegetables and flowers.
"The acai berry is a powerhouse of nutrients and has an almost perfect composition of essential amino acids with an abundance of valuable trace minerals and micro-nutrients."
The word anthocyanin comes from two Greek words meaning “plant” and “blue.” The foods richest in anthocyanins include blueberries, red grapes, red wine and acai berry.
The beneficial compounds include flavonoids, especially anthocyanins, as well as amino acids, lipids, calcium, phosphorus, iron, manganese, copper, magnesium, zinc, potassium, vitamin C and B complex vitamins.
Acai berry is such a potent antioxidant and stimulator of the immune system, researchers are studying it as a potential treatment for all kinds of conditions, and it's often touted as a supporter of general health and immune function.
Fascinating "Acai" Study
The team extracted polyphenols from acaí berries and then treated malaria parasite cultures growing in a petri dish with the extracts. They found that a class of polyphenols called nonanthocyanin phenolics inhibited the growth of both chloroquine-resistant and -sensitive parasites. Then, the researchers orally administered acaí polyphenols to malaria-infected mice.
The treatment reduced the parasitic load in the mice's blood by 89.4% compared with untreated mice. All of the mice given polyphenols survived for more than 15 days, whereas none of the untreated mice lived. The acaí extracts appeared to interfere with the parasites' protein homeostasis, or the balance between protein production and degradation, the researchers say.
Ginger Powder: Anti-Inflammatory "Big Gun"
Recognized for thousands of years for its therapeutic applications, Ginger is taken by many as a home remedy to ease discomforts associated with colds, flu and motion sickness.
Over the years, scientific analysis has demonstrated that Ginger contains hundreds of compounds and metabolites that yield many significant health benefits.
"Ginger has many active components and micro-nutrient content."
Ginger also contains good levels of vitamin C, B6, niacin, riboflavin and the minerals sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, zinc and folate. Ginger also contains anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds which include gingerols, beta-carotene, caffeic acid, capsaicin, curcumin and salicylate.
Researchers have hypothesized that the anti-inflammatory effects of ginger might be related to its ability to inhibit prostaglandin and leukotriene biosynthesis. Some others have showed that gingerols actively inhibit arachidonate 5-lipoxygenase, an enzyme of leukotriene biosynthesis. -gingerol, but not -gingerol, was shown to inhibit cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) expression, which is induced during inflammation to increase formation of prostaglandins.
Others have also reported that ginger extract suppresses the activation of tumor necrosis factor α (TNF-α) and expression of COX-2 in human synoviocytes. Proinflammatory cytokines such as TNF-α, interleukin (IL)-1β, and IL-12, which are produced primarily by macrophages, play an important role in sepsis, ischemia/reperfusion injury, and transplant rejection. -gingerol was reported to inhibit the production of proinflammatory cytokines from LPS-stimulated peritoneal macrophages, but to have no effect on the function of antigen presenting cells (APC) or the LPS-induced expression of proinflammatory chemokines.
"Fighter Pilot" Immune Powder?
Spirulina is a type of blue-green algae that is rich in protein, vitamins, minerals, carotenoids, and antioxidants that can help protect cells from damage. It contains nutrients, including B complex vitamins, beta-carotene, vitamin E, manganese, zinc, copper, iron, selenium, and gamma linolenic acid which is an essential fatty acid. It is rich in beneficial plant compounds like phycocyanin, chlorophyll and carotenoids.
"Spirulina contains over 60% complete protein and is a great source of nucleic acids."
Adding spirulina to cultured immune system cells significantly increases the production of infection fighters, say immunologists at UC Davis School of Medicine and Medical Center. Their finding is published in the Fall issue of the Journal of Medicinal Foods.
"We found that nutrient-rich spirulina is a potent inducer of interferon-gamma (13.6-fold increase) and a moderate stimulator of both interleukin-4 and interleukin-1beta (3.3-fold increase)," says Eric Gershwin, professor and chief of the Division of Rheumatology, Allergy and Clinical Immunology at UC Davis.
Additional studies with individuals consuming spirulina are needed to determine whether these dramatic effects extend beyond the laboratory.
Goji Powder: Zinc And Selenium Bio-Booster
In Chinese legends, "Goji" was considered a symbol of longevity and vitality, used to help maintain a youthful look and boost vitality.
Himalayan monks were said to have eaten fresh Goji berries and consumed drinks of the tiny berries steeped in hot water for improved health, stamina, physical and mental alertness as well as general well-being.
"These tiny berries contain immune-friendly selenium and zinc."
Loaded with powerful antioxidants and other essential nutritive components, Goji berries were prescribed in traditional Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese medicine. From the East, Goji's popularity has reached the West and the rest of the world and its health benefits are confirmed by several studies.
Immunity Boosting Assets:
Goji berries consist of Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, and E. The level of Vitamin C these tiny berries contain is higher than that of oranges. Also present are dietary amounts of iron, potassium, calcium, selenium and zinc as well as copper, magnesium, phosphorus and manganese in small amounts. Enhancing eye and skin health: Zeaxanthin, lutein, beta-carotene, lycopene.
Anti-oxidant/anti-inflammatory help: Quercetin, kaempferol, myricetin, hesperidin, rutin and Beta-Sitosterol are known for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Please note: Quercetin is a zinc ionophore. This simply means quercetin can carry zinc across the outer lipid layer of the cell.
Goji berries have been utilized in traditional Chinese medicine to prevent the onset and progression of cancer for many years, due to their rich phytochemical and antioxidant composition. Some of their ingredients might have a better therapeutic effect on cancer than other foods. Hsu reported that the L. barbarum carotenoid nanoemulsion was more effective in inhibiting HT-29 cancer cells as compared to that of the carotenoid extract.
Both nano-emulsion and extract could up-regulate p53 and p21 expression and down-regulate CDK1, CDK2, cyclin A, and cyclin B expression and arrest the cell cycle at G2/M. Moreover, attributing to most of the biological effects of the fruits including anticancer, anti-tumor, and immunomodulatory properties, goji berries are unusually rich in water-soluble peptide-conjugated polysaccharides.
They have the ability to enhance or potentiate the host defense mechanisms in a way to inhibit tumor growth without harming the host. Research work conducted by Tang and Gan established that compounds in Goji berries have pro-apoptotic and anti-proliferative activity against cancer cells.
Probiotic Bacteria Support
Pomegranate’s ruby red color is a result of its rich content of anthocyanins. It also contains abundant ellagitannin compounds such as granatin B and punicalagin, as well as punicic acid. Pomegranates are full of soluble and insoluble dietary fiber, and a good source of calcium, copper, potassium, manganese, vitamin C and K, and B-complex vitamins such as pantothenic acid, folates, pyridoxine, niacin, thiamin and riboflavin.
"High antioxidant levels of Pomegranate work to support the immune system and encourage many beneficial effects."
Many of the pomegranate's beneficial effects have been widely related to the presence of ellagic acid and ellagitannins, especially punicalagins, punicalins, and gallagic acid. However, anthocyanins as well as pomegranate's distinct and unique fatty acid profile also contribute to the reported health effects.
Interestingly, several effects of pomegranate are mediated by the activation of PPAR pathways through conjugated trienes derived from seed oil.
Some studies suggest that pomegranate metabolites may also contribute to its therapeutic effects along with the components of the fruit. In line with these findings, pomegranate has been suggested to stimulate probiotic bacteria thus enhancing their beneficial effects and fighting bacterial infections. Therefore, gut micro-flora seems to be important for pomegranate therapeutic activities.
Pomegranate has also been shown to elicit beneficial effects for the treatment of obesity, diabetes, inflammation-related diseases such as IBD and NEC, and several types of cancer, as well as cardiovascular complications.
Beetroot Powder: Endothelial Support
Beetroot's nutritional profile is quite rich. It is an excellent source of betalains, especially betacyanins, which are responsible for the color of red beets. They are a rich source of dietary nitrates and contain many other nutrients that support good health. Made up of 88% water when raw, beets are relatively low in calories yet high in fiber, vitamins, minerals and health-boosting phytonutrients.
"Beetroot is a powerful dietary source consisting of health promoting agents."
This highly nutritious vegetable is native to the Mediterranean region where it was consumed more for its bitter-tasting leaves than its roots during ancient times. At that time, the root was mainly used for dyes and by physicians and naturalists for their health benefits.
Nutrients & Benefits: Red beetroots are a good source of many health-promoting compounds. They are rich in phytonutrients, macronutrients and essential vitamins and minerals, containing: phenolic acids, flavonoids, amino acids, vitamin C and B-complex which includes folate, soluble and insoluble fiber, potassium, iron, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, copper and boron.
The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity of beetroot has also led to interest in its potential use in diseases characterized by aberrant immune cell function. Indeed, chronic inflammation is increasingly being implicated in the development of malignant tumors and evidence is accumulating to suggest betalain extracts obtained from beetroot may suppress these effects.
In addition, the endothelium plays a critical role in the regulation of vascular homeostasis by maintaining thrombotic activity, platelet function, vascular tone and the delicate balance between the release of vasodilating and vasoconstricting agents (i.e., endothelin-1, thromboxane).
Because NO mediates many of the endothelium’s functions, a depletion in NO availability, as seen with aging, has been singled out as the principal cause of endothelial dysfunction. Endothelial dysfunction is proposed as a primary risk factor for several cardiovascular disorders and has been implicated in the pathogenesis of hypertension and atherosclerosis.
Wheatgrass Powder: Cytokine Mediator
Wheatgrass is loaded with chlorophyll, vitamins, minerals and other plant compounds which are linked to possible health benefits. While ancient civilizations were already aware of the health-promoting benefits of wheatgrass, its popularity as a nutritional supplement has grown in recent decades.
"Cold-pressed to preserve maximum enzyme and nutrient composition."
Young wheatgrass blades were considered sacred by ancient Egyptians and held in high regard for their ability to boost health and vitality. More recent studies have identified many nutritional components and confirmed a range of benefits that can be derived from this potent bright green grass.
Studies indicate that wheatgrass may enhance energy and vitality, boost the immune, digestive and cardiovascular systems, and promote healthy skin, hair and weight.
The many nutritional benefits of wheatgrass include:
- It is a great source of the vitamins A, C, E and K.
- It is a good source of the B vitamins: thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid and pyridoxine.
- It is rich in mineral content, supplying good amounts of iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium, copper, manganese and selenium.
- It contains large amounts of saponins that help boost the lymphatic system and detoxify the body.
- It is a source of complete protein, providing all essential amino acids in the form of polypeptides which are used more efficiently in the blood stream and tissues.
- The chlorophyll in wheatgrass has been found to be identical to the hemoglobin in human blood. Consequently, wheatgrass is said to maintain a healthy red blood cell count, resulting in an efficient delivery of oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.
- The many enzymes in wheatgrass help contribute to various biological functions within the body.
The oligosaccharide molecules in wheatgrass seem to mediate the cytokine production necessary for the development of effective immunity. TLR-2 causes an increase in transcription factor NF-κB and the production of cytokines, including IL-12 and TNF-α, to enhance immunity in host defense along with cytotoxicity.
Therefore, TLR-2 was considered to be a good target of immune therapy in malignant diseases to elicit innate immunity and facilitate Th1-type immune responses.
Amla Powder: "Tactical Tannins"
Amla, also referred to as Indian gooseberry, is a small yet extraordinarily nutritious fruit. Indian and Tibetan healers have long recognized its potent anti-aging and immune-enhancing properties and consider this fruit sacred. A common ingredient in many Ayurvedic remedies for centuries, Amla is one of the richest known sources of natural vitamin C, far surpassing other vitamin C-rich botanical sources.
"Amla (Phyllanthus emblica) or Indian gooseberry, is one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda's pharmacopoeia."
But this is not all that Amla offers. Packed in these tiny light green orbs are nourishing compounds that offer remarkable benefits for almost every organ in the body.
Primarily known as an excellent source of Vitamin C which promotes a healthy immune system, Amla juice is said to have up to ten times more Vitamin C than orange juice. This high vitamin C content combined with the presence of polyphenols and tannins give Amla its effective immune-boosting and free-radical scavenging properties. The tannin content of Amla also helps keep the fruit's Vitamin C content intact even when the fruit is dried or processed.
Additionally, Amla has good levels of Vitamin A that help promote eye health and stimulate collagen formation for firmer, younger looking skin. It also contains B complex, calcium and phosphorous in significant amounts.
Amla supports normal function of many organs and promotes the production of red blood cells, improves circulation and oxygenation of cells and organs. Amla helps maintain a healthy heart and cholesterol levels as well as enhancing digestive function for better food absorption. It also aids in maintaining a healthy liver, fortifying and helping to protect the organ from oxidative damage. Amla's chromium content is also valuable in blood sugar level control.
Amla's Support For Oxidative Stress
Amla is a widely accepted immune booster among people since it possesses multiple pharmacological and immunomodulatory properties.
It has been reported that Amla protects against the harmful action of free radicals and exhibits its ameliorating effects in the biological system. Sharma et al. reported that the antioxidant potential of Amla may be due to the presence of the many phyto-constituents, which provide maximum conjugation with free radical species, thus reducing the number of free radicals available and the extent of cellular damage.
They further suggested that pre and post supplementation of the fruit extract of Amla significantly reduced arsenic-induced oxidative stress in the liver. As a result, serum transaminases and the MDA content becomes lowered in the liver and also the activity of superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione S transferase and serum alkaline phosphatase increases. Reddy et al. reported that alcohol-induced oxidative stress in rat plasma could be ameliorated through Amla that could be due to the combined effect of phytophenols present in it. Read the study on Amla by clicking here.
Tart Cherry Powder: Phenol Protector
Tart Cherry (Prunus cerasus) has long been enjoyed since the time of the ancient Greeks, the great Roman Emperors and ancient Chinese Royalties. Although Tart Cherry is commonly used to make jams and pies, it is now being recognized as a super food that could boost the nutritional content of health food, drinks and other nutritional products.
"Tart Cherry juice has become the drink of choice for many athletes due to its post recovery benefits."
Tart Cherry is packed with vitamins A and C, iron and calcium as well as being a great source of fiber. Aside from its rich vitamin and mineral content, Tart Cherry also contains bioactive compounds in greater amounts compared to other fruits and vegetables.
Tart Cherry has excellent levels of the potent plant phenol anthocyanin, responsible for giving some fruits and vegetables their red color. Anthocyanin, found in abundance in Tart Cherry, is a powerful antioxidant that helps protect the body from harmful free radicals. Anthocyanin also has anti-inflammatory properties. It is said that Tart Cherry was the remedy of the Cherokee Indians for gout and arthritis.3
Due to its high anthocyanin content, Tart Cherry has been ranked no. 14 among the 50 foods with the highest antioxidant content.4 Tart Cherry's antioxidant properties may help ease post workout stress leading to faster recovery and decreased muscle pain and damage during intense physical activities.
Help for insomniacs may also be found in this fruit as Tart Cherry is a natural source of melatonin and the amino acid tryptophan which help improve sleep quality naturally. Tart Cherry also contains flavonols that improve blood flow, support heart, brain and joint health, inhibit the growth of unhealthy cells and help control fat and glucose levels. All these wonderful health benefits can be found in these small, delightfully tart orbs.
Dragon Fruit Powder: Super-Oxide Scavenger
Dragon Fruits are a treasure-house of healthful nutrients including vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus, essential fatty acids, oligosaccharides and various betalains and important phenols.
The many tiny black seeds contained in the flesh contain omega-6 and omega-3 essential fatty acids.
"Dragon fruit contains oligosaccharides, which works as a pre-biotic to improve digestion and gut-related immune health."
Dragon Fruit has an impressive nutritional profile:
- Due to its rich Vitamin C content, it is a potent source of antioxidants
- It is high in flavonoids, betalains and which support cardiovascular health and maintain good cholesterol levels
- It is a good source of Vitamins B1, B2 and B3 essential in carbohydrate metabolism
- It contains protein, Omega 3 and 6, as well as a storehouse of vital minerals like calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, and phosphorus.
- It is also rich in phytoalbumin that may help maintain healthy blood glucose and blood pressure levels.
- Lycopene content may make it Dragon Fruit beneficial in protecting against chemical as well as natural toxins
- Immune Health: Remember, the oligosaccharides present in Dragon Fruit work as pre-biotics, which, according to research, improve gut health and digestion:
According to research published in the 3 Biotech Journal: “the introduction of functional compounds like pre-biotics in the diet seems to be an attractive alternative to ameliorate the quality of life ridden with obesity, cancer, hypersensitivity, vascular diseases and degenerative ailments.”
As reported in previous studies, the bio-availability of the vaso-relaxant nitric oxide might be increased by the superoxide-scavenging activity of these antioxidants. Overall, the administration of DFE increased the oxidative defense and protected aorta from hyperglycemic damage in rats in whom diabetes was induced by STZ in this set of experiments.
Barley Grass Powder:
Potent Macrophage Supporter
Barley grass, sometimes referred to as ‘barley green’ which means the young leaf of the barley plant (Hordeum vulgare), which is a member of the grass family. It is also especially high in chlorophyll. Barley grass proteins are polypeptides which are easy to absorb, and once in the blood, promote cell health metabolism and work to neutralize free radicals.
"Barley grass powder is rich in GABA, flavonoids, SOD, K-Ca, vitamins, and tryptophan."
Barley Grass is rich in vitamins A, C, B and minerals iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus and zinc. Barley Grass Juice Powder contains the enzymes fatty acid oxidase, cytochrome oxidase, peroxidase, catalase and transhydrogenase.
Barley grass is also rich in chlorophyll and contains an array of flavonoids, the major ones being the flavones C-glycosides, saponarin and lutonarin. Additionally, Barley Grass contains beta-sitosterol and beta-carotene and is high in dietary fiber, especially insoluble fiber. Barley Grass contains many beneficial enzymes, being especially high in the enzyme superoxide dismutase (SOD). Barley Grass Juice Powder is also excellent for assisting circulation of the lymph system by nourishing and oxygenating the vascular system and healing and soothing mucous membranes.
The structural complexity of one of the polysaccharides called arabinoxylan seems to be responsible for the immunomodulatory activity in young barley leaves. β-1,3-1,4-Glucan is a major accumulating component in cell wall of barley grass. Glucuronoarabinoxylan and rhamnogalacturonan-I polysaccharide branched with arabinogalactan II side chain with immunostimulatory can be important for expression given the association with macrophage stimulatory activity in barley leaf.
Elderberry Juice Powder:
Anthocyanins And More!
Elderberries are a rich source of anthocyanins, alkaloids, tannins, flavonoids like quercetin, and carotenoids like beta-carotene. They are also a very good source of vitamin C, potassium, calcium and phosphorus, as well as containing beneficial bio-available B vitamins. The old Greek doctor, Hippocrates called the elderberry... a veritable "medicine chest" because he saw the uses and health benefits as... endless. Why did he say that?
Well, elderberries have an extremely high concentration of anthocyanins which are responsible for the elderberry's deep purple color. Anthocyanins are powerful antioxidants that seem to work within the body's immune system. Even the United States Department of Agriculture admits that elderberries have the single highest concentration of anthocyanins. Some studies say double the amount contained in other fruits. This means elderberries have twice the antioxidant levels of blueberries for example.
A recent in vitro study published in the Journal of Functional Foods by Torabian et al1 investigated the mechanism of action of elderberry and its primary anthocyanin compound, on the infectivity of the influenza virus.
The study also confirmed that elderberry exerts its antiviral activity on influenza through a number of mechanisms of action, including suppressing the entry of the virus into cell, modulating the post-infectious phase, and preventing viral transmission to other cells. Elderberry also up-regulates IL-6, IL-8 and TNF, suggesting an indirect effect on viral immune response in the body.
While no human clinical trials have been published on the actual prevention of influenza with elderberry... black elderberry extract has previously been shown to inhibit human influenza A (H1N1) infection in vitro by binding to H1N1 virions, thereby blocking the ability of the viruses to infect host cells.2 The same study showed elderberry to be effective against 10 strains of influenza virus and compared its effectiveness favorably to the known anti-influenza activities of oseltamivir (Tamiflu) and amantadine.
Freeze-Dried Strawberry Powder:
The Fisetin Factor
Strawberries maintain a low glycemic index and are a very good source of dietary fiber, Vitamin C, and manganese. They are also chock-full of bio-available: folate, potassium, Vitamin K, Vitamin B6, pantothenic acid, magnesium, and essential omega-3 fatty acids
Strawberries are a rich source of phytonutrients, including ellagic acid and a complex range of flavonoids. Some of these flavonoids are in the form of anthocyanins, potent antioxidants which provide the Strawberry with its characteristic ruby red color. Strawberries are also the highest know source of an extremely important flavanoid called fisetin. (see below)
More than 25 different anthocyanins have been found in strawberries, including pelargonidin, which is the most abundant, and is also responsible for the fruit’s bright red color. Its other beneficial plant compounds include ellagic acid, ellagitannins and procyanidins.
In the past few years, the flavanoid fisetin has been the subject of a lot of research because of its presence in strawberries, apples and kiwi and its antiproliferative, apoptotic activities.
Fisetin, was reported in to possess antiviral activity against the clinical isolate EV-A71 CMUH01 with an IC50 of 84.5 μM. In studies, fisetin was able to inhibit the enzymatic activity of recombinant 3C protease of the virus in a cell-based assay. To further confirm its activity in vitro, antiviral assays were performed in RD cells. Fisetin was found to block the cleavage activity of 3C and thereby inhibited the viral replication.
Fisetin has also been identified as an anti-inflammatory in studies, as well as an effective chemopreventive/chemotherapeutic agent in several types of cancer and also as a neuroprotective agent.
Cayenne: Extraordinary Phyto-Fighter
Cayenne belongs to the nightshade family and is closely related to bell peppers and jalapeños. Cayenne peppers are a popular spice and have been used medicinally for thousands of years. Capsaicin is the alkaloid compound which gives cayenne its spicy pungent flavor. The level of spice in the pepper varies, depending on the amount of capsaicin it contains.
Rich in vitamin C and A, cayenne is also rich in the essential minerals iron, copper, zinc, potassium, manganese, magnesium and selenium. It is a great source of B-complex vitamins such as niacin, pyridoxine, riboflavin and thiamin and contains antioxidant flavonoids including carotenes, lutein, zeaxanthin and cryptoxanthin.*
"Capsaicin, the main component of the capsicum, is an antioxidant, analgesic and anti-inflammatory according to many studies."
Since some doctors and researches feel Covid-19 is an endothelial disease, I became interested in natural ways to support that aspect. Now, remember the information below is based on a rodent study, not a human study. That said, there are reasons rodents are used in initial clinical testing.
Here we go: Some rodent studies suggest that capsaicin may merit clinical evaluation with respect to endothelial function, progression of atherosclerosis (most notably in diabetics), angina, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, cardiac hypertrophy, metabolic syndrome, hypertension, obesity and gastric ulceration.
Capsaicin, which is the phytochemical responsible for the spiciness of cayenne, seems to have the potential to modulate metabolism via activation of transient receptor potential vanilloid 1 (TRPV1) receptors. These receptors are found not only on nociceptive sensory neurons, but also in a range of other tissues which is very interesting.
TRPV1 activation induces calcium influx, and in certain tissues this is associated with increased activation or expression of key proteins such as endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS), uncoupling protein 2 (UCP2), KLF2, PPARdelta, PPARgamma, and LXRα.
The calcium influx triggered by TRPV1 activation in endothelial cells mimics the impact of shear stress in this regard, activating and increasing the expression of eNOS—but also increasing expression of cox-2, thrombomodulin, and nrf2-responsive antioxidant enzymes, while decreasing expression of proinflammatory proteins. Hence, dietary capsaicin has favorably impacted endothelium-dependent vasodilation in rodent studies.
Apple Extract Powder: Polyphenol Powerhouse
Apple Extract Powder is obtained from cultivated apples and manufactured with an emphasis towards preserving as much of the nutritional phytochemicals of apples as possible.
Apples are a rich source of phytochemicals and pectin fiber. Apples also contain high levels of important flavonoids and polyphenols which are recognized for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities. Several studies demonstrate that eating apples can be associated with good health and even a reduced risk of developing degenerative diseases.
"'An apple a day' may have been some of the best advice ever given."
Studies using animal models have suggested a synergistic interaction between polyphenols the apple and pectin, a soluble fiber. Importantly, apple extract seems to have the ability to boost beneficial microbiota in the gastrointestinal tract. This is because apple polyphenols avoid absorption in the small intestine. Then, together with non-digestible polysaccharides they reach the colon, where they can serve as necessary substrates for beneficial bacterial fermentation.
Here are a few compounds that make apples very attractive for maintaining human health:
Pectin is a natural fiber contained in apples. Research attributes health benefits with pectin. It’s especially believed that the soluble fiber in pectin can lower blood pressure, protect against metabolic syndrome and regulating gut microbes and health.
Apples contain powerful phytochemicals including quercetin, chlorogenic acid, catechin, epicatechin, phloridzin, procyanidins, among others. The high antioxidant capacity of these compounds continues to be researched because of their potential beneficial effects on human health.
Phloridzin, one of the dihydrochalcones found in apples. This phytochemical inhibitor specific and competitive to sodium/glucose cotransporters in the intestine (SGLT1) and kidney (SGLT2). Studies in vivo have shown the beneficial effect of this compound through significant reduction of blood glucose levels and improve dyslipidemia in diabetic rats.
Quercetin, a vital flavonoid and zinc ionophore is present in apples. Quercetin has been extensively researched for its potent anti-viral, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Catechins are also flavanols. They are considered secondary plant metabolites found in apples. They have many important physiological activities and affects. Clinical studies have demonstrated both anti-inflammatory as well as antioxidative effects. This includes cardioprotective activity.
Chlorogenic acids, along with several other phytochemicals found in apples are called “cinnamic acid derivatives” and represent an abundant group of additional polyphenols with powerful biological effects due to their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities.
Turmeric: Bio-Active Compounds Galore!
Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a member of the ginger family and native to Southeast Asia and India. The plant grows up to 3.5 feet tall, has long leaves that narrow at each end, and flowers that arise from the center of the leaves. The orange-yellow colored rhizomes (underground stems) and roots, with their earthy, potent and slightly bitter flavor, are often used in cooking and nutritional applications.
"Turmeric has been a legendary healer in traditional medicine for thousands of years."
More than two hundred compounds have been identified in turmeric, with most being classified as phenolic compounds and terpenoids. The most significant bioactive compounds in turmeric are fat soluble polyphenolic pigments called curcuminoids, which are responsible for turmeric’s distinctive orange-yellow color.
Curcumin is considered the principal curcuminoid and others include demethoxycurcumin and bisdemethoxycurcumin. Turmeric is also a very good source of iron, potassium, magnesium and zinc, and contains some of the essential fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6, which are not produced by the human body and must be obtained from foods according to some research.
Pine Needle Powder:
Used for centuries by many Native Americans, Pine needle tea has been used for centuries by Native Americans, perhaps because it’s rich in anti-oxidants and because it is loaded with vitamin C. I’ve read that early settles in North America used it to avoid scurvy. As it turns out, pine needles seem to be one of the most potent anti-oxidant in nature and is being looked at by researchers as a potential immune booster. Some have reportedly used it to kill parasites, though more research is needed.
"Pine Needle Tea has been used for centuries by Native Americans"
Research published in Nutrition and Cancer discovered that pine needles exhibit "strong antioxidant, antimutagenic, and antiproliferative effects on cancer cells and also anti-tumor effects in vivo and point to their potential usefulness in cancer prevention.
Here's a few research articles that are really worth reading:
Iota Carrageenan: Polyanionic Molecules!
Polysaccharides like the ones found in iota-carrageenan have been increasingly studied and applied by the pharmaceutical industry. The name Carrageenan comes from the Chondrus crispus seaweed species (Rhodophyceace) known to some as Carrageen Moss or Irish Moss.
Carrageenan has gained wide applications in experimental medicine, pharmaceutical formulations and food industries.
"One of the constituent parts in iota carrageenan (red seasweed extract) is used to make the nasal spray... Betadine."
According to research, Iota-carrageenan is a good candidate for more specific studies based on polyanionic molecules like carrageenans as potentially potent antivirals.
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Stress does a number on your mind.
It can be hard to think clearly when you’re always under stress. Thiamin, pantothenic acid, and folate all help make important brain neurotransmitters like GABA (for calm focus), acetylcholine (for memory), serotonin (for a sense of well being) and catecholamines (for alertness and mental energy).
The B’s are essential for cognitive function ... clear thinking ... mental processing ... and mood.
In any crisis — short term or prolonged — it's critical to make sure your mind is as sharp as possible. Don’t underestimate the impact your mood will have on your situation, either. When you're feeling positive, everything is easier. Even the really hard stuff.
"B-vitamins are essential for focus, especially under stress."
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"Immune 10X Is A 'Kitchen Sink' Approach To Phyto-Protection For The Immune System."
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Folks... The Times We Live In "Ain't Normal"
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