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Dr. Timothy Kelly Explains Enzyme

Therapy For Dissolving Scar Tissue



Dr. Lee Cowden, MD | Speaks On The Facts Of

Proteolytic & Fibrinolytic Enzymes

(Ingredients In Our Enzymex+™ Enzyme Therapy)






•Important Other Studies Relating To Our

Proprietary Ingredient Formulations:

 

•Therapeutic Effects of Alpha-Lipoic Acid on Bleomycin-Induced Pulmonary Fibrosis in Rats Shows Positive Proof Of Restoration & Prevention

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•Acetyl-L-Carnitine Modulates Bleomycin-induced Oxidative Stress And Energy Depletion in Lung Tissues

Read The Clinical Study Here

 

•High-Dose Acety-L Cysteine in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Works

Read The Clinical Study Here

 

•Vitamin D Inhibition of Pro-Fibrotic Effects of Transforming Growth Factor in Lung Fibroblasts and Epithelial Cells

Read The Clinical Study Here

 

•80-Elderly Woman Assigned The Active Ingredient In

Our Unique Fibrinolve™ Formulation VS. Placebo In A 90-Day Study

Read The Clinical Study Here

 

•Patients With Interstitial Lung Disease May Have Insufficient Vitamin D

Read The Clinical Study Here

 

Study Conducted of Key Ingredients Found In Fibrinolve

Clinical Study Conclusion:

C. asiatica, widely known as “gotu kola,” is a reputed medicinal plant for its various pharmacological effects favorable for human health. Besides its potent wound healing property, a number of studies described the noteworthy protective effect of the plant against several diseases of CNS. Biological effects of C. asiatica have been generally attributed to the major triterpene derivatives including asiatic acid, madecassic acid, asiaticoside, madecassoside, and brahmic acid. The neuroprotective effect of the plant has been suggested to result from different mechanisms, most of which have referred to positive influences on oxidative stress parameters.

Read The Full May 2012 Study Here


•Study Relating To Key Proprietary Formulation of The Key Ingredient In

Alignol™ & It’s Protective Effect Against Acute Lung Injury

In this study, administration of AC (Acetyl L-Carnitine) 2-hrs before BLM significantly attenuated BLM induced increase in both reactive oxygen and nitrogen species. These results suggest that AC has a free radical scavenging activity. In conclusion, data from this study suggests that the protective effect of AC against BLM-induced acute lung injury could be due to its antioxidant activity and preserving mitochondrial function and improving ATP production.

Full Study Results Here



•Beth Israel Medical Hospital | A Harvard Medical

School Teaching Hospital

Reports Proposed Natural Treatments Evidence from three double-blind placebo-controlled studies enrolling a total of 49 individuals suggests that the supplement L-Carnitine can improve exercise tolerance in COPD, presumably by improving muscular efficiency in the lungs and other muscles. 19-21

Actual Clinical Study Here


 

•Active Proprietary Formulation Ingredient Of Our Enzymex+™ Enzymes

Study: Effect of the proteolytic enzyme serrapeptase in patients with chronic airway disease

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Additional Study Here





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