Arthritis Pain Relief Supplement


Arthritis Pain Relief Supplement | List of Ingredients | Arthritin Suggested Dosage

Arthritin List of Ingredients.

ARTHRITIN is a Scientific Formulation of Natural Ingredients Including:
Complete Glucosamine structures (N-Acetyl-glucosamine-NAG, Glucosamine Sulfate, Mixed Glycosamin-oglycans plus Glycoproteins): stimulates the synthesis of synovial fluid and the complete matrix of cartilage, which includes collagen and proteoglycans; critical in rebuilding connective tissues after injury and necessary for cellular regeneration. Note: cartilage's characteristic resilience results from its high Proteoglycan content (Glycosamin-oglycans plus Glycoproteins-core proteins), and it is critically important that glycosamin-oglycans and glycoproteins are used together in supplement form, as often glycosamin-oglycans by themselves are less powerful.

Chondroitin Sulfate: the principle biochemical entities and precursors of the material foundations of cartilage, helping joints and surrounding tissues heal and regenerate, while devascularizing cartilage and promoting healthy bone growth.

Mucopoly-saccharides (Perna Canaliculous & 100% Pure Shark Cartilage): naturally rich in the full spectrum of glycosamin-oglycans and chondroitin sulfates to aid in restoring and regenerating the tissues responsible for healthy joints.

Boswellia Serrata: an ancient Ayurvedic phytomedicinal shown in studies to display more antiinflammatory and antiarthritic activity than Phenylbutazone, helping to improve blood supply to the joints and restore integrity to damaged vessels.

DL-Methionine: an essential amino acid that acts in concert with Boswellia Serrata to help the body stabilize mast cells and inhibit histamine release, often associated with arthritic pain and discomfort.

DL-Phenylalanine: a free form amino acid that nutritionally inhibits the production of those enzymes which defeat naturally occurring "pain-relievers"
(endorphins and enkephalins), aiding the reduction of pain and inflammation.

Harpagophytum Procumbens: shown to contain an effective family of antiinflammatory agents, actually comparable by some to antiarthritic prescription drugs.

Capsaicin: appears to desensitize sensory receptors on cells, and thus effectively blocks pain signals from being processed.

Reishi Mushroom: seems to act as an antihistamine, relieving the allergic response, and is antiinflammatory in nature.

White Willow Bark (Salicis Cortex) and Yucca: Contain Salicylates which share many of the analgesic qualities of aspirin, helping to reduce pain. Cinnamomum Verum: Contains naturally occurring plant growth hormones, the phytosterols Stigmasterol, Campesterol and b-Sitosterol. L-Ornithine: An essential precursor to Human Growth Hormone which helps to further accelerate the body's natural regenerative process of joint tissue and synovial fluids.

Boron, Magnesium, and Manganese: Quintessential minerals which are required in order for Calcium to be added to bone, as well as to stop the dangerous calcification of cartilage.

OptiZinc®: A proven powerful antioxidant which helps prevent free radical cascading of newly developed tissue.

Tanacetium Parthenium: An anti-inflammatory phytomedicinal providing Sesquiterpene Lactones which have been shown to expressly inhibit the release of destructive enzymes in white cells.

Specifically Targeted Homeopathics: Provides electromagnetic instructions to support the body's abilities to address inflammation and joint pain, swelling and stiffness.

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Arthritin Arthritis Supplement

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60 capsules per bottle. Take 3 capsules daily for maintenance.
For more severe problems or during flare-ups, take 4 capsules every 2 hours, or as directed by a physician.

The Complete List of ingredients for Arthritin:

DL-Methionine - This is an essential amino acid containing sulfur. In its natural or "L-" form, L-Methionine is thought to be a powerful antioxidant preventing free-radical damage to tissues. It is also active in detoxifying heavy metals from the body. In its "D-" form, (the chemical-mirror image of the "L-" form), D-Methionine is thought useful in suppressing excessive histamine levels in the blood serum, as recent research has shown. It is also thought to be nutritionally advantageous for those experiencing the seasonal problems of runny, stuffy nose, itching and weeping eye and other related difficulties. DL-Methionine can nutritionally inhibit the production of the hormone "histamine" from the amino acid "histidine." DL-Methionine is used as well for those experiencing joint and muscle hurt. Also, suppression of histamine levels have been shown to be a nutritionally effective means to improve male libido, and sexual drive, as well as address the sexual problems of premature ejaculation, as is thought by some researchers. Increased levels of histamine in males may retard libido function whereas it may increase same in women. Conversely, high levels of methionine in females has the effect of perhaps reducing libido if not corrected with histidine supplementation. Also of some interest is that under certain conditions, methionine supplementation can nutritionally increase dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine: three very necessary brain neurotransmitters.

Boswellia Serrata - Hailed for over 2500 years in Ayurvedic medicine in India, Boswellia is still seen as the most potent phytomedicinal for arthritis and rheumatism, demonstrating very effective antiinflammatory and antiarthritic results. Boswellia acts similar to nonsteroidal groups of antiarthritic drugs with the added advantage of its being free from side effects. The tree exudes a gummy oleoresin which can be tapped by scrapping away a little of the bark. The resinous extract from this bark has shown itself in a number of studies to be more beneficial than Ketoprofen (benzyl hydrotropic acid), indomethacin, phenylbutazone or aspirin against rheumatic disease.

Gamma Linolenic Acid - GLA, an essential fatty acid, Omega--6, is a component of the cell membrane that increases permeability and flexibility of cell membranes and helps regulate water loss, thus helping to prevent dehydration and other visible signs of premature aging. It is also involved with the entire cardiovascular and endocrine system balance. Also essential in the production of eicosanoids throughout the body.

Perna Canaliculous (with Mucopolysaccharides)

100% Pure Shark Cartilage

DL-Phenylalanine - Phenylalanine, or L-Phenylalanine in its natural form, is an essential amino acid of tremendous nutritional importance, although often found low in the blood serum levels of vegetarians. It is a known nutritional precursor or forerunner of the neurotransmitters dopamine, norepinephrine (noradrenaline) and epinephrine (adrenaline) which latter substances control or affect heart rate and output, blood pressure, oxygen consumption, blood sugar levels, fat metabolism and other brain functions.Interestingly, "Phenylpropanolamine" (a substance which attempts to mirror some of the activities of phenylalanine) is a synthetic substance used to promote the release of CCK (cholescystokinin) in the stomach, a "satiation" hormone which naturally induces satiety, transmitting its chemical message to the brain, signaling the body that it should stop eating. Phenylalanine is reported to have similar attributes that may nutritionally decrease one's appetite naturally, having the same causes of the synthetic substance above. DL-Phenylalanine is also involved in the release of PEA, phenylethylamine, a neurotransmitter closely related to norepinephrine, and which can sensitize endorphin receptors to endorphins, and aids in the relief of depression and the regulation of mood. PEA, by itself, can increase the manufacturing of norepinephrine in the brain, a natural pick-me-up. Research has shown that most deprressed individuals have low levels of PEA, and that most antidepressant drugs raise PEA levels.The "D-" form of phenylalanine nutritionally inhibits the production of enzymes which defeat the naturally occurring "opiates" of the body, the endorphins and enkephalins, those naturally occurring "pain-relievers" that the body produces when faced with neurochemical messages of discomfort.More specifically, supplementation of the "D-" form of phenylalanine appears to lengthen the biochemical life of these naturally occurring substances by inhibiting enkephalinase, and endorphinases, the enzymes that breaks down our naturally occurring pain relievers, allowing the body to naturally "remove" itself from pain for longer periods of time. Interestingly, the body's natural pain relievers, the endorphins and enkephalins, are known to be some 400 times more powerful than morphine in their concentrated strength. The combined D- and L- forms of phenylalanine, known as DL-Phenylalanine, are used supplementally to simply complement the body's natural ability to relieve discomfort, while also ensuring that enough of the "L-" form has been supplied. Both D- and L- forms are naturally occurring in nature.

Chondroitin Sulfate - These are polysaccharides containing D-glucuronic acid and acetyl galactosamine. Their general structure is similar, but they differ in content and location of sulfate ester groups in the molecule. Chondroitin contains only a small number of sulfate ester groups whereas chondroitin sulfates have more. The latter have a high viscosity and a capability for binding water, and in connective tissue apparently performs similarly to that of hyaluronic acid (a glycosaminoglycan/mucopolysaccharide which is component of the ground substance of intercellular material, containing D-glucuronic acid and acetyl glucosamine). Chondroitin is a component of the cell coat, and chondroitin 4-sulfate is the principle organic component of the ground substance of cartilage and bone. If the chondroitins are not found abundantly, regeneration and healing of tissues is possibly undermined and delayed. Thus, its has proven nutritionally supportive and useful in any form of bone and cartilage reconstructive needs, such as arthritis, and complements other pre- and postsurgical strategies.

N-Acetylglucosamine (NAG)

Glucosamine Sulfate

Harpagophytum Procumbens - This is yet another herb found to be uniquely effective as an aid against the hurt of joint and muscle discomfort and associated conditions. It appears to cleanse the body and stimulate the body's natural defenses. It is also known for its purgative properties and is taken in Africa to treat poor health of all sorts, including some rather serious third world health conditions.In these countries, its pulverized powdered root is often applied to open wounds. Recent German clinical studies suggest that the plant in fact does have some rather remarkable properties, actually comparable by some to the antiarthritic prescription drug phenylbutazone. And too, the plant has been found in analysis to naturally produce an effective family of antiinflammatory agents, namely, harpagoside and harpagide; additionally, harpagoside alone exhibits analgesic activity.

Capsaicin

Reishi Mushroom - Found to be an adaptogen, new research demonstrates the reishi mushroom is effective against chronic fatigue syndrome, restoring vitality and supports adrenal function. Reishi also contains phytomedicinals demonstrated to lower blood glucose levels in diabetics (B.K. Kim, College of Pharmacy, Seoul National University, Korea). It has also demonstrated help in regenerating the liver, and protects the liver against chemical damage while improving conditions of viral hepatitis. Reishi also has demonstrated effectiveness in lowering cholesterol and triglycerides, reduces coronary symptoms and high blood pressure. Lately, Japanese research indicates that it protects against cancer, being a powerful immune stimulating agent with particular effectiveness against wasting and degenerative diseases such as AIDS. As an adaptogen, it also has proven effective in reversing some of the side effects of chemotherapy, helping the body and especially the lymphatic system rid itself of poisonous toxins. Clinical studies have recently demonstrated that Reishi stimulates T-cell activity and inhibit some replication of the HIV virus. Reishi also seems to act as an antihistamine, relieving the allergic response, and is antiinflammatory in nature.

Cinnamomum Verum - The dried bark was used by the Egyptians in their embalming mixtures and was first listed by the Chinese in the Tang Materia Medica in 659 A.D. Cinnamon works to help calm down the stomach and also reduce milk flow. It has been useful, too, in helping stop uterine hemorrhaging and excessive menstrual flow. It's also been used for the discomforts and pain of menopause. Japanese researchers have shown that Cinnamon contains a substance that is both antifungal and antibacterial. It helps control the virulent actions of many microorganisms including the one which causes Botulism (a food poisoning which can be lethal) and S. Aureus, a source of staff infections. It acts strongly against the fungi that produces aflatoxin, a potent poison and carcinogen. It has obvious advantages in making apple pie taste better as well!

Manganese Ascorbate - A mineral that assists utilization of B-1, biotin, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E. Also nutritionally aids in the proper functioning of the thyroid glands and nervous system. Other nutritional benefits of this mineral are that it energizes the body, helps memory and is needed for normal structural maintenance in the bones and tendons. Manganese is believed to be nutritionally important for the maintenance of healthy, strong hair.

Magnesium - A mineral that comes in many forms and abilities to assimilate. The presence of magnesium nutritionally helps metabolize calcium, Vitamin C and carbohydrates; nutritionally promotes healthy teeth, nerves and muscles; and energizes and fights against sadness, stress and unhappiness. Magnesium is excellent in nutritively helping many skin troubles, being a necessary electrolyte essential for all cell functions, from neural pathways acting in neuromuscular transmission, to being an important cofactor in cell metabolism, required for lipid/fat metabolism, thiamine utilization and enzyme reactions.Magnesium works with many of the B vitamins and is a necessary part of amino acid synthesis and general functioning as well. Perhaps its most important function is its involvement in Phosphate-transfer reaction and changes in energy states within the body.

Pyridoxine HCL-B6

L-Ornithine - Ornithine, or L-Ornithine in its natural form, is an important amino acid known to be a very powerful stimulator of Human Growth Hormone (HGH) by the pituitary gland. Ornithine is thought to nutritionally increase body rates of fat uses and enhances transportation of amino acids to cells. In its biochemical free form, it is also partially involved in the detoxifying of bodily fluids of ammonia in the urea cycle.Like the amino acid arginine, ornithine is found to be nutritionally useful in helping the body promote the growth of muscle and other tissue, strengthening the body's natural defense system and possibly nutritionally increasing the motility in human sperm, although this remains unproven. Interestingly, low ornithine levels in blood plasma have been found in individuals with growth defects. Ornithine and arginine are rapidly inter-converted within the normally functioning body, and supplementation for athletes has been found to be of considerable value.

Calcium Carbonate - This is a mineral, Element No 20, At. Wt. 40, that is a necessary and quintessential elemental constituent of bone and teeth, helping the body to build and strengthen bones and teeth, calm tense nerves, promotes sleepiness, helps the body regulate heart beat and muscle contractions, as it is intricately involved in the buffering of electrical impulses occurring in the nerves throughout the body and brain. It is a vital mineral that helps the body clear blemished skin and causes lifeless, tired-looking skin to be recharged as well.

OptiZinc - An antioxidant made by the InterHealth Co. in California, the same company that makes ChromeMate & ActiVin. OptiZinc has demonstrated synergistic effects with other antioxidants, far surpassing the abilities of common vitamin antioxidants such as vitamin A, E, and C. The antioxidant power of OptiZinc has been confirmed in multiple university-based studies. It also helps glutathione reserves in the body, as well as possibly reduce homocysteine levels because of its molecular configuration.

Boron - A mineral, (Element No. 5, At.Wt. 11) generally mined from borax, having great significance in the ability to retain and add bone tissue. Recently Boron was found to be quintessential to healthy bone structure, its presence being necessary for bone to be protected against calcium leeching as well as to potentiate the regeneration of primal bone material. The US Dept. of Agriculture has demonstrated in 1981 that women especially are in need of this mineral, suggesting that Boron, in combination with a good diet and exercise, could be a good preventative against osteoporosis (a disease of bone degeneration). It has been found that as little as 3 mg. of Boron per day is optimum for healthy bones and teeth. This recommendation has been made to the FDA but nothing since has been done about it.

Mixed Glycosaminoglycans

Glycoproteins

Tanacetum Parthenium - This herb still retains its name from a legend in ancient Greece which told of a plant that saved the life of a person who fell off the Parthenon, the famous temple in Athens. Since ancient times it has been recommended by herbalists for head problems and PMS difficulties, and is especially popular in England as a remedy against severe headaches and migraines, as well as useful for those experiencing joint pain and discomfort. With regular use, the number of migraine headaches and the severity are reduced almost instantly.Stress is the most common precipitating cause of migraines. An attack begins when smaller arteries near the center of the brain constrict, or those located near the midbrain section begin to cascade upwards into the higher brain centers themselves, reducing the flow of blood. Apparently, the brain thinks that the diminished flow is life-threatening and quickly dilates the larger arteries near the surface of the brain, or the cerebral cortex. The reaction is excessive and a migraine headache usually begins.Feverfew's active ingredients (specifically the parthenolides, a sesquiterpene lactone) counteract the substances which permit excessive blood flow (prostaglandins) which enlarges the arteries. Feverfew is thought to inhibit some of the effects of prostaglandins on smooth muscle, allowing a stabilization of cerebral blood vessels, as well as blocking the actions of certain neurohumoral transmitters and autocoids such as acetylcholine, noradrenaline and bradykinin on smooth muscle as well. Yet double blind studies now confirm that Feverfew's medicinal properties are not solely attributable to parthenolides. Recent research (Lancet, Volume 350, November 1997, p.1598-1599) has shown that Feverfew also contains substantial amounts of Melatonin (a potent hormone of the central nervous system) both in the fresh and dried leaves. Research also has demonstrated that lower circulating Melatonin levels were found in those suffering from chronic migraine headaches (in the article entitled "Nocturnal melatonin excretion is decreased in patients with migraine without aura attacks associated with menses," Claustrat et al., Cephalalgia, 1995; 15, 136-39). Some caution should be used in the use of Melatonin, however. Because of high Melatonin levels, long term use without the proper formula can induce sensitivity to sunlight. V„xa formulas compensate for this fact and thus may be taken over the long term without difficulty.Recent research has indeed revealed the antiinflammatory properties of Feverfew. One such study (Heptinstall, et al., 1985) reported that Feverfew had a more pronounced effect than that "obtained with very high concentrations of nonsteroidal antiinflammatory agents." This is an herb which has for many years escaped the attention of many, but because of recent scientific interest

White Willow Bark - This particular bark has historically been used as an herb to relieve discomfort. Lately, it has been found to contain the natural pharmaceutically active compound salicin, or salicylic acid, the chemical forerunner of acetylsalicylic acid (modern aspirin) from which it is derived. Like its modern derivative aspirin, the natural chemical salicin from White Willow Bark is known to complement the body's ability to relieve discomfort, but without the possible complications and/or discomfort caused by aspirin. Thus where aspirin cannot be used, white willow bark has generally demonstrated effectiveness without aspirin-like side effects. Modern research has shown that its mechanism of actions is probably effected by inhibiting the neural transfer of pain signals. Its pharmacological action is antipyretic, antiphlogistic and analgesic. It is often used for diseases accompanied by fever, rheumatic ailments, headaches. Salicylic acid is known to block certain prostaglandin production, binding with them so as to inhibit adenosine, Prostaglandin E2 and phosphodiesterase that interfere with thermogenic action at beta-3 cell receptor sites. It can, therefore, also effectively increases or potentiate beta-3 cell receptor sites, allowing certain thermogenic amines (such as those found in Advantra-Z) to elicit thermogenic responses from brown fat cells (brown adipose tissue). Thus when used in combination with these amines and the theophyllines and related compounds found in green tea, weight loss, via thermogenesis, can occur!

Fo-Ti

Yucca - This plant has a rich history on the South Western United States, primarily amongst the American Indians. Extracts from Yucca make excellent shampoos and soaps, its roots having a high content of natural saponins (natural hormonal materials) and lathers easily, holding moisture close to the skin. But Yucca has great medicinal value as well. Yucca has demonstrated an ability to encourage helpful and friendly intestinal bacteria while discouraging the formation of "bad" or foreign bacterial colonies. By stimulating friendly flora and inhibiting others, nutritional entities are more quickly and efficiently absorbed while decreasing the amount of toxins available for absorption. The saponins (similar to the steroid cortisone but much safer) in Yucca also provide a healthy alkalinity to an otherwise acid-ridden system for toxic impurities. Yucca is thus thought to be effective as an agent against arthritis and rheumatism, diminishing the amount of toxins which may build up around and within the joints, diminishing inflammation effectively. Yucca is also thought to be effective in conditions such as urethritis and prostatitis.

Actea spicata - Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (botanical). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomology: swelling of joints after slight fatigue; rheumatism of small joints (ankles, toe-joints, especially joints of hands); -right wrist pains intolerable, swollen, red, touch intolerable, motion impossible; -lameness of right arm (Clarke).

Apis mellifica - Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (animal extract). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomology: rheumatic pains in back and limbs; -edema of hands; -puffy swelling of the knees (Clarke).

Bryonia alba - The Greeks used the root as a purgative. The root can be lethal if swallowed. Today, Homeopathic physicians use extremely diluted extracts for arthritis with sharp pains, backaches, painful coughs and sore throats, nausea, vomiting and constipation.Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (botanical). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomology: "Suitable to rheumatism of joints and of muscular tissue itself: muscles sore and swollen, joints violently inflamed, red, swollen shiny and very hot; pains sharp, stitching or cutting, aggravated from slightest motion; touch and pressure also aggravate." (Dewey).As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has also demonstrated effectiveness against the following digestive symptomology: pains soon after eating food: it seems to lie like a stone in the stomach, pains are sharp and cutting and extend to shoulders and back; -mouth is rather dry and a bitter taste is present; -constipation and frontal headaches are accompaniments (Dewey) -"Important in diseases of the digestive organs; in gastralgia when there is a sensation of weight in stomach as from a stone; this may appear when stomach is empty or when it is full; it is frequently the result of having partaken of indigestible foods, beer, brandy, or strong coffee; there may be flatulence, and vomiting of sour, acrid mucous; the epigastrium is extremely sensitive to pressure and constipation is present." (Blackwood) -foods which disagree/ill effects of: cabbage-warm or hot drinks meat (Boericke).Especially beneficial when used at certain Homeopathic potencies for the eyes: first remedy to be thought of in rheumatic iritis-sharp shooting pain through eye into head worse motion ameliorated by pressure; or steady aching in posterior part of eye extending, through to the occiput, worse night and motion; -it has checked glaucoma; -has proven valuable in serous iridochoroiditis and in ciliary neuralgia (Moffat).

Cimicifuga racemosa - Pharmacological studies have demonstrated that Black Cohosh contains substances which exhibit endocrine activity which is estrogen-like in character, causing selective reduction of the serum concentration of pituitary luteinizing hormone (LH) and/or able to bind to estrogen receptors. Thus estrogen-like action, luteinizing hormone suppression and a binding to estrogen receptors has been noted in the treatment of neurovegetative and psychic problems associated with the menopause and easing the symptoms of post-menopause, including depressed moods, hot and cold flashes with associated sweating, dryness of vagina, headaches, irregular periods, mood swings, nervousness and sleeping difficulties.Black cohosh is used widely in Europe and Great Britain as a safe alternative to synthetic hormone therapy and hormone replacement therapy. Recently, plant-based estrogen complexes (called phyto-estrogens), like those found in Black Cohosh, have been found to be completely safe and carry with it the added benefit of being anticarcinogenic (keep cells from becoming cancerous) and exhibit antiangiogenetic (tumor reducing) activities. Moreover, it was found that the use of phyto-estrogens are correlated with decreased rates of breast cancer over and above the general population. Yet interestingly, it was also found that non-plant based HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy) is linked to substantial increases in the risk for breast cancer, and the risk increases the longer non-plant based HRT is used. Black Cohosh is indicated for menopausal disorder, premenstrual complaints, dysmenorrhoea, uterine spasm, as well as muscular rheumatism and rheumatoid arthritis, and interestingly, tinnitus.Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (botanical). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomology: "Great aching in the muscles, especially the 'belly' of the muscles; rheumatism in the muscles worse at night and in wet and windy weather." (Dewey) full of cares, depressed, sighing without stop; -everything is sad; hopeless mood, begins to cry; -indecision, internal anxiety, hopeless of life; completely hopeless and anxious, fears that he will never recoup his health; -is afraid of everything, fear of death, depression up to hopelessness of life (Julian) -great depression with dream of impending evil; -incessant talking; sensation of a cloud enveloping her (Boericke) -in all mental symptoms there is a want (lack) of natural coherence; -gloom, as if a black pall over everything; suicidal; miserable, dejected feeling; feels grieved and troubled, with sighing; -mental effects of fright, disappointed love, business failures (Clarke)Also effective as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional for PMS symptoms such as the following: -great aggravation of all symptoms during the premenstrual period (Julian) -"The mental condition of gloom and dejection are quite sure to be present...there is an irritable weakness and a mental symptom of a sensation as if she would go crazy, and with the uterine symptoms there is much headache...the menstruation is premature and profuse, attended with wandering pains in the back...it is one of our good remedies in dysmenorrhea especially with an irritable, sensitive, bruised uterus and pains flying across the hypogastrium from side to side...the uterus is engorged and pelvic organs are very sensitive with a sensation of weight in the uterus...in the ovaries sharp pains which shoot up the sides and are accompanied with a bearing-down sensation ...facial blemishes, acne, rough skin at the menstrual periods cause mental unrest, nervousness: Cimicifuga is the remedy for both conditions" (Dewey).As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has also demonstrated effectiveness against the following depressive symptomology: full of cares, depressed, sighing without stop; -everything is sad; hopeless mood, begins to cry; -indecision, internal anxiety, hopeless of life; completely hopeless and anxious, fears that he will never recoup his health; -is afraid of everything, fear of death, depression up to hopelessness of life (Julian) -great depression with dream of impending evil; -incessant talking; sensation of a cloud enveloping her (Boericke) -in all mental symptoms there is a want (lack) of natural coherence; -gloom, as if a black pall over everything; suicidal; miserable, dejected feeling; feels grieved and troubled, with sighing; -mental effects of fright, disappointed love, business failures (Clarke).

Dulcamara - Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (botanical). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomology: "A prominent remedy for rheumatism made worse by sudden changes in weather, especially when cold and damp." (Dewey)

Ledum palustre - Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (botanical). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomology: "Punctured wounds, also wounds of parts where the cellular tissue is wanting. It has proved useful in mosquito bites, bites of insects and stings. Coldness...may be a characteristic indication. It has proved useful in severe felons caused by a prick of a needle, and in bites of small animals such as rats. Dr. Nash remarks that for a black eye from a blow of the fist no remedy equals Ledum..." (Dewey) -"For punctured wounds, produced by sharp-pointed instruments, or bites, particularly if the wounded parts are cold, this is the remedy...ecchymosis, long discoloration (of the skin) after injuries." (Boericke) "A useful remedy in gout as well as in many articular troubles; gouty nodosities of the joints; all pains travel upward; general chilliness and lack of animal heat attending all symptoms." (Dewey)

Rhododendron - Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (botanical). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomology: rigidity of nape of neck; rheumatic tension and drawing in muscles of nape and of neck; -pain in sacrum, worse on stooping; -rheumatic drawing and tearing in back and shoulders; -chronic rheumatism affecting smaller joints and their ligaments; -rheumatic and arthritic drawing and tearings as if in periosteum of the limbs, aggravated by rough weather (stormy weather) and by repose (Clarke).

Folic Acid - This is a vitamin necessary to promote normal red blood cell formation. It is thought to be an important catalyst aiding in the maintenance of the nervous system, the health of the intestinal tract and genitals and related organs, white blood cells, and normal patterns of growth. In 1981, it was conclusively demonstrated that folic acid supplementation could prevent more than half of the cases of spina-bifida and other neural tube defects. The FDA has finally announced that folic acid is essential to the diet and especially necessary within the diets of pregnant women, now recommending 400 mcg per day to reduce the risk of neural tube deficits and birth disorders. Recently, research has demonstrated that elevated levels of folic acid (800 mcg: twice that of the USRDI's) helps prevent heart attacks by reducing homocysteine levels. However, in yet other studies, lower levels of folic acid (200 mcg - 400mcg daily) along with other B vitamins appear to decrease levels of homocysteine production, and lower levels of these amount do not interfere with homocysteine's natural degradation as some have postulated, since if homocysteine is not immediately converted to methionine or thereafter removed properly from the system, heart attacks become significantly more likely. In any case, low dose Folic Acid (200 mcg - 400 mcg) intake appears to be just as effective than higher dosages (800 mcg). When used with vitamin B-5 and PABA, vitamin B-9 may help in the delay of hair graying and promote healthy skin (unproven). The rather obtuse idea that Vitamin B9 could mask a vitamin B12 deficiency is now considered a misnomer, as the criticism was originally based on a reference to a study in 1947 before B12 was properly isolated. Folic Acid is not only safe, it is essential for healthy life. Results of a recent meta-analysis in Oxford, England at the Radcliffe Infirmary demonstrated that Vitamin B12 and Folic Acid (and to lesser extend by Vitamin B6, whose presence is necessary to convert homocysteine to the amino acid L-cysteine) were necessary vitamins involved in the body's cleansing process called methylation, wherein dangerous homocysteine levels are reduced. Lowering homocysteine levels has been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, for as much as 30%-40%. Folic acid can be increased to .5 mg up to 5 mg with adequate amounts of B12 (1mg.) for these purposes. (BMJ, 316(7135):894-898, March1998)

Euphorbium Offcinarum - Indicated for rhinitis (inflammation of the nasal mucous membrane) of varied origins (viral, bacterial, allergic); rhinitis sicca, rhinitis hyperplastica and atrophicans, for the auxiliary treatment of atrophic rhinitis and chronic sinusitis; to factilitate nasal respiration in hay fever.



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