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Cinchona Glycerine Extract - 4 oz, gluten and casein free

$30.00

Cinchona Glycerine Extract - 4 oz, gluten and casein free

$30.00
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HPH-002
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Cinchona is a family of small trees/large shrubs native to South America, and other tropical areas around the world.  The bark of cichona, also called Peruvian bark, contains a variety of alkaloids, one of which is quinine, historically used to treat malaria.  Cinchona contains quinine and other naturally occurring alkaloids.  It is quinine, upon which the synthetic drug, hydroxycholoquine, is based, currently widely used to treat coronavirus infections.  It has been used as a medicinal herb for thousands of years by indigenous peoples, including the Incans. 

Many of today's "mysterious" chronic plagues that fatigue respond to quinine and cinchona - including Lyme Disease, Chronic Fatigue and Gulf War Syndrome.  Lyme Disease can cause symptoms of autism - currently it is estimated over 300,000 new cases occur in the United States each year.  Another substance that is helpful in the treatment of Lyme Disease is the common weed, Japanese Knotweed (polygonum cuspadatum), which is native to Asia and is an invasive species in the United States, and contains the antioxidant, resveratrol.  (se the reprint of an article below)

Ingredients: Wild crafted (quina (cinchona officinalis), vegetable palm glycerin, - it is non-GMO and gluten and casein free

Usage:  Best used in a low dose, such as 1 drop/6 oz hot water.  it can also be put into a nebulizer and inhaled in a diluted form.  It can also be included in a herbal tea that has a little hot pepper (capsicum) to improve absorption, and licorice root for additional anti-viral efficacy (there are many herbal teas available that include licorice root).  Can be taken  1-2 times a day as needed.

New research published in 2020 in the journal, Frontiers of Medicine, by a research team from Johns Hopkins University, indicates that Lyme Disease responds to cinchona.  This article indicates that several natural ingredients have as good or better efficacy than antibiotics and include:  Black walnut, Japanese Knotweed, Sweet Wormwood, Cat's claw, and Chinese Skullcap. Notably one herb crtyptolepsis sanguinolenta caused complete eradication of the infectious agent in the non-active phase of the Borrelia burgoferi spirochete parasite that is believed to cause Lyme Disease.    Cryptolepsis sanguinolenta is also used to treat malaria in Africa.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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