|All ingredients are at 6X, 12X, 30X, 12C, 30C potency|
Neuroendocrine/phenolic support: L-Dopa,
Dopamine, Estrogen, GABA, Progesterone, Melatonin,
Norepinephrine, Serotonin, Testosterone
Acetaldehyde – Petrochemical used in perfumes,
favors, dyes, plastics and synthetic rubber; present in
fermented products; byproduct of Candida infections;
has free radical properties which contribute to perfume
and petrochemical sensitivity and the spreading of allergies to other things, including foods;
symptoms of intoxication or hangover are often associated with acetaldehyde sensitivity;
alcoholics are often sensitive.
Acetylcholine Chloride – Vagotonia, duodenal ulcer, bronchial asthma, chronic fatigue, poor memory, manic-depressive disorders,
muscle spasms, headaches, heartburn, angina pectoris; generally in impregnation phase; parasympathetic stimulator, lowers blood
Apiol – Dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, PMS, obesity, hot fashes, infertility, gout, arthritis and chronic fatigue; can be used in insecticide
sensitivity due to synergistic effect; found in many foods; contributes to diffculty losing weight.
Ascorbic Acid – Vitamin C; food preservative, antioxidant, used in fruit juices, carbonated drinks, beer and ale, milk, jellies, meats,
canned foods; antioxidant for epinephrine in blood.
BHT – Allergic reactions; behavior changes; kidney problems; preservative and antioxidant used to retard rancidity.
Caffeic Acid – Constricts capillary walls; adrenal dysfunction; allergic rhinitis; pharyngeal drainage; otitis; asthma; weight
Candida Albicans – Potentially pathogenic yeast common to all humans.
Chloragenic Acid – Inhaled allergies (pollen, dust, molds); skin rashes; congestion; headaches; asthma; hay fever.
Cinnamic Acid – Used in perfume; bladder dysfunction; cystitis; enuresis; acne; eczema; psoriasis; rashes; lung congestion;
asthma; chronic fatigue.
Coniferyl Alcohol – Headaches; related to terpenoid allergies (evergreens).
Coumarin – Used in perfumes and tobacco; constricts capillary walls; inhibits clotting; estrogen effects; asthma; arthritis; chronic
fatigue; low back and cervical neck pain; digestive, circulatory and connective tissue problems; possibly pruritis.
Gallic Acid – Most important phenolic allergen; common tannin found in plants which acts as a natural insect repellant; found in
about 70 percent of foods; sensitivity shows as hyperactivity and craving for sweets; racing heart; chronic sinusitis, rhinitis, arthritis;
low back pain, sciatica; chronic fatigue; chronic thoracic chest pain.
Histamine – Allergic dermal and mucosal disorders; hypotension; cardiac complaints.
Indole – Putrescence dyspepsia; byproduct of the bacterial degradation of tryptophan; contributes to the odor of feces; large intestine
imbalances (bloating, constipation); asthma, allergic rhinitis, sinus congestion, chronic fatigue.
Malvin – Gives foods their red color; highly allergenic; learning disabilities; neurological diseases; arthritis; psoriasis; asthma;
Mannan – Makes up yeast cell walls; suppresses immune function; stimulates insulin response; thymus imbalances; intestinal
problems; milk allergies; strep; chronic hives and angioedema.
Menadione – Helps in metabolism of vitamin K, liver/gallbladder dysfunction; hemorrhoids; varicose veins; arthritis; fatigue; bruising;
nosebleeds; colitis; diarrhea; candidiasis.
Octapamine – Acetaldehyde/petrochemical sensitivities.
Phenylalanine – Building block of dopamine; cinnamic acid, caffeic acid; coumarin; coniferyl alcohol; related to hypertension,
headaches, blurred vision, respiratory congestion; collagen diseases; marked by depression, bad appetite and sleep disorders.
Phenylisothiocyanate – Sulfer-based phenolic; sensitivities seen in chronic arrhythmias; hypertension; ateriosclerosis; multiple
dystrophy; diarrhea; shoulder bursitis; imbalanced sympathetic nervous system; migraines; hypertension; hyperthyroidism.
Phloridzin – Found in diabetic and cancer patients; blocks the reabsorption of glucose; sugar cravings; hypoglycemia; collagen
degeneration; enzymatic dysfunction.
Piperine – Common alkaloid; natural insecticide in plants; found in black pepper and nightshade vegetables; sensitivity symptoms
seen as arthritis, especially rheumatoid.
Pyrole – Can be found in the urine of physically and mentally ill persons; symptoms seen as gas, bloating; anxiety, depression,
Quercetin – Provides coloring in plants; found in 80 percent of all foods; used homeopathically for hay fever; cardiovascular disease;
adrenal, thymus and thyroid activity; impotence.
Rutin – Biofavonoid; a component of quercetin; used for hay fever, rhinitis and impotence.
Salsolinol – Addictions (alcoholism); headaches; throat imbalance; general weakness; mental fog; obsessive-compulsive behavior.
Taurine – Amino acid; anticonvulsant; modulates neuromuscular excitation; platelet aggregation; modulates cellular peroxidation.
Tryptophan – Aromatic essential amino acid that contains an indole ring; seen in sleep disorders, constipation.
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