Lymogen™ was designed to help the body heal itself from the effects of the Bartonella bacteria as well as all of the various U.S. and European strains of Lyme Borrelia, and all the normal Lyme co-infections. Because of the complexity of this remedy please do not limit all the different ways Lymogen™ can help your body heal itself. It is an awesome Chinese herbal formula. Dr. Sara uses this product for tough colds and the flu, if Virogen™ is not kicking it. It is an impressive formula, check out the ingredients:
Ingredients: lycium root bark (di-gu-pi), Java brucea fruit (ya-dan-zi), purslane (above ground parts) (ma-chi-xian), Chinese peony (bai-shao), Chinese skullcap (huang-qin), White willow bark (Salix alba), velvet bean (Mucuna pruriens), Chinese yam rhizome (shan-yao), Chinese salvia root (dan-shen), picrorhiza rhizome (bu-huang-lian), hedyotis (entire plant) (bai-hua-she-she-cao), ginger rhizome (gan-jiang), Aloe vera resin (lu-hui)
Salix alba (white willow bark):
According to Dr. Joseph Mercola, salix alba is “the most potent longevity-extending pharmacological intervention ever described in scientific literature… A recent study with liver cells found that both aspirin and salicylic acid, by itself, increased the total concentration of mitochondria by two to three times.” Analgesic, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory.
“Mucuna pruriens has been shown to possess antiparkinson and neuroprotective effects in animal models of Parkinson’s disease. The antioxidant activity of Mucuna pruriens was demonstrated by its ability to scavenge DPPH radicals, ABTS radicals and reactive oxygen species. Mucuna pruriens significantly inhibited the oxidation of lipids and deoxyribose sugar. Mucuna pruriens exhibited divalent iron chelating activity and did not show any genotoxic/mutagenic effect on the plasmid DNA. These results suggest that the neuroprotective and neurorestorative effect of Mucuna pruriens may be related to its antioxidant activity independent of the symptomatic effect. In addition, the drug appears to be therapeutically safe in the treatment of patients with Parkinson’s disease.”
Source: Antiparkinson drug – Mucuna pruriens shows antioxidant and metal chelating activity by Muralikrishnan Dhanasekaran, Binu Tharakan, Bala V. Manyam
Supports the body’s ability to handle stress
Supports a healthy central & peripheral nervous system
Is a natural source of levodopa (L-dopa)
Supports physical balance & posture
Promotes healthy motor skills & coordination
Improves energy & endurance
Revitalizes both the male & female reproductive systems
Java Brucea Fruit Extract Fructus Bruceae Extract (Ya Dan Zi):
It helps with malarial attacks and to relieve dysentery.
Lycium Chinese Root Bark or Chinese Wolfberry Root Bark (Di Gu Pi):
It helps with afternoon fever and night sweating in consumptive diseases; cough, hemoptysis (the coughing up of blood or mucus containing blood) and epistaxis (nose bleeds) due to heat in the lung and diabetes caused by internal heat.
Purslane or Portulaca (Ma Chi Xian):
It helps for lessening the elimination of urine, constipation, liver complaints, dysentery, lung infection, and bleeding gums, treats sores – carbuncles, red-white leucorrhea. Also, used as an antidote for wasp stings and snakebites.
Used as a laxative or cathartic. It is also used orally for
seizures, asthma, colds, ulcers, bleeding, amenorrhea, colitis, depression, diabetes, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, hemorrhoids, peptic ulcers, varicose veins, bursitis, arthritis, and vision problems and kills parasites.
Salvia Root (Dan Shen):
Used for circulation problems, ischemic stroke, angina pectoris, and other cardiovascular diseases. It is also used orally for menstrual problems, chronic hepatitis, abdominal masses, insomnia due to palpitations and tight chest, acne, psoriasis, eczema, and other skin conditions. Dan Shen is also used orally to relieve bruising and to aid in wound healing.
White Peony Root (Bai ShaoYao):
Calms the liver, alleviates pain, regulates menses due to blood deficiency.
Scultellaria Root or Baikal Skullcap Root (Huang Qin):
Used to treat respiratory and gastrointestinal infections, allergic rhinitis, jaundice,
viral hepatitis, nephritis, pelvic inflammation, sores or swelling, and fever. It is also used orally for scarlet fever, headache, irritability, red eyes, flushed face, seizures, epilepsy, hysteria, nervous tension, and a bitter taste in the mouth.
In combination with shung hua, Huang Qin/Baikal skullcap constituent baicalin is used to treat upper respiratory tract infections. In combination with other herbs, Baikal skullcap is used to treat minimal brain dysfunction, prostate cancer, and hemorrhoids. Huang Qin/Baikal skullcap helps with, irritability, thirst, cough, diarrhea, dysentery, thirst with no desire to drink, stop bleeding, vomit/cough blood, nosebleed, blood in stool, and calms fetus.
Coptis Chinensis Rhizome (Huang Lian):
Used for digestive disorders. – high fever, irritability, disorientation, delirium, painful-red eyes, sore throat, boils carbuncles, abscesses – insomnia -topically – red-painful ulcerations.
Oldenlandia (Bai Hua Shi Shi Cao):
Helps strengthen the liver, stomach and large intestines. It helps reduce abscess, toxic sores, ulcerations, and swellings. It helps counter act snakebites (internal and external application) – promotes urination, and jaundice.
Discorea Opposita Rhizome or Chinese Yao (Shan Yao):
Helps strengthen the spleen, stomach and lung.
Dried Ginger (Sheng Jiang):
Orally, Sheng Jiang is used for motion sickness, morning sickness, colic, dyspepsia, flatulence, chemotherapy-induced nausea, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, loss of appetite, post-surgical nausea and vomiting, migraine headache, and for discontinuing selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) drug therapy. It is also used orally for anorexia, upper respiratory tract infections, cough, bronchitis, and as a galactagogue (an agent that stimulates the production and flow of breast milk).
Topically, the fresh juice of ginger is used for treating thermal burns. The essential oil of ginger is used topically as an analgesic. Also in Chinese Medicine, Sheng Jiang is used as a diaphoretic, diuretic, and stimulant. Sheng Jiang is also used in Chinese Medicine for treating stomach ache, diarrhea, nausea, cholera, and bleeding. Fresh ginger is used orally for treating acute bacterial dysentery, baldness, malaria, Orchitis (inflammation of one or both testicles, usually caused by infection. It can also develop in mumps, and if both testicles are affected, it may result in sterility), poisonous snake bites, rheumatism, and toothaches. The oleoresin of ginger is also used as an ingredient in digestive, laxative, antitussive (controlling coughing), anti-flatulent (having excessive gas in the digestive system), and antacid preparations.
Ethanol formula contains 20% Ethanol (pharmaceutical grade) and distilled water.
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*These comments have not been approved by the FDA. This product is not intended to treat, diagnose, or address disease. All of the products in the Jernigan Nutraceutical product line work to enhance and support the restoration of the structure and function of the body’s crystalline matrix. Always consult with your healthcare professional before beginning this or any other dietary supplement.
Physical Signs of Bartonella