- Researched and Formulated by Dr. Arthur Fierro, DC, DACBN, FACCN
- A Natural Antibacterial, Antiviral, Antifungal Supplement
- Monolaurin – An oil found naturally in mother’s milk and coconuts. It has the ability to dissolve a bacteria/virus outer protective membrane. Isaacs C.E, Thorner, H.: Membrane Disruptive Effects of Human Milk: Inactivation of enveloped viruses. J. Infectious Diseases 1986;154:996-971
- Extract of Olive Leaf – A compound found in olive leaves that splits bacteria and viruses DNA, preventing it from reproducing and spreading its disease. Bisignano, G., et. al: In vitro antimicrobial Activity of Oleuropein. J. Pharmacology 1999 Aug:51(8):971-4
- IP6 - inositol hexaphosphate. IP6 effectively blocks bacteria and viruses main source of energy: iron. IP6 “starves” them to death. Berridge, MJ, Irvine, RF Inosital phosphates and cell signaling – 1987: Nature 314:197-205
- Beta 1, 3 Glucan – Isolated from purified yeast and thought to be the most powerful “activator” to mobilize our own immune system to “go on the attack”. Czopjk, Austen, KF: A b-glucan inhibitable receptor on human monocytes; Its identity with phagocytic receptor for particular activators of alternate complement pathways. J. Immunology 1985;134:2588-2593
- Colostrum or “first milk” is from mothers’ milk. It builds our immune system by supplying the immuloglobulins IgA, IgG, and IgM. Zoltan Rona: Clinical Applications: Bovine Colostrum as Immune System Modulators The Am. J. of Natural Medicine March, 1998 No2 p 19-23.
- MSM – Methysulfonylmethane is found in mothers’ milk, fruits and vegetables. MSM has many health benefits. In fighting bacteria and viruses it provides natural sulfur, the specific antioxidant that protects our white blood cells. Herschler, RJ Methylsulfonylmethane and Methods of Use Am Acade.m Science 1983 (411)
- Calcium Phytate –In this formula, calcium in the Phytate form serves two purposes: to raise the body’s pH to an alkaline state. Bacteria and viruses do not thrive in an alkaline environment. This form of calcium acts as a substrate for the construction of new DNA E. Neumann, S. Kakorin, et. al.: Calcium Mediated DNA Adsorption to yeast cells and kinetics of cell transformation by electroporation - Biophysical Journal Vol 71:868-877 1996
- Other natural antibacterials, antivirals, antifungals and antioxidants: Alpha Lipoic Acid, N-acetyl-cysteine, Echinacea, zinc, DMG, glutathione, Neem Leaf Extract, garlic and Golden Seal.