Natural Immune System Support
The ingredients in IA 247 are well known as immunomodulators (immune modulators). Mushroom derived immune enhancers have been used in cancer therapy worldwide since their discovery in 1976. Examples of these types of mushroom derived polysaccharide compounds are Lentinan, PSK, PSP, Grifolan, and the cross-linked beta-mannans from Cordyceps.
Another group of compounds found in IA 247 are the naturally occurring altered nucleosides from Cordyceps. Cordyceps sinensis contains a number of different compounds that have direct anti-viral replication activity. They interfere directly with the RNA synthesis as the virus is replicating.
The other natural anti-viral compound in IA 247 is EGCG, which is the polyphenol compound found in green tea. It has been shown in Japanese research to inhibit the binding of HIV to the CD4 cell itself. It acts as a viral binding inhibitor. But for IA 247 we found a way to purify EGCG and suspend it in a time-release matrix so that it gets past the stomach acid without breaking down. That way, you get much more of it into the blood stream compared with just drinking tea. Enough, hopefully, to keep some of the virons from binding to the CD4 cells, and slow the infection process. If that can be accomplished, then HIV just becomes virus number 501. Just another resident virus in the body doing no harm. While this may sound overly hopeful and idealistic, at least it has scientific data behind it, and anyways, green tea does no harm. What have you got to lose?
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- January 27, 2008 / 5:16 pm