Amaranth phytocylinders

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Amaranth phytocylinders   have a pronounced cytoprotective (especially with ulcerative inflammation of mucous membranes and skin), anti-inflammatory, wound healing, antifungal and oncoprotective effect, which is explained by the uniquely high content of squalene (8.464%) and alkaloids (by their content – in second place after celandine).

Active substance:   Squalene.

Amaranth phytocylinders   – This is a well-known source of squalene.

Description

Amaranth phytocylinders   have a pronounced cytoprotective (especially with ulcerative inflammation of mucous membranes and skin), anti-inflammatory, wound healing, antifungal and oncoprotective effect, which is explained by the uniquely high content of squalene (8.464%) and alkaloids (by their content – in second place after celandine).

Active substance:   Squalene.

Amaranth phytocylinders   – This is a well-known source of squalene.
Squalene is a natural unsaturated hydrocarbon. Viscous, odorless and colorless oily liquid. Squalene mixes well with vegetable and mineral oils. Squalene is obtained from shark liver oil. It is found in small amounts in olive and rice oils, in wheat germ oil. The largest amount of squalene is found in amaranth oil.
Squalene is the main component of human skin, it is the closest substance to the human cell that captures oxygen and saturates the tissues and organs of our body through simple chemical interaction with water. Squalene, through reaction with water, can serve as a source of oxygen needed by the body. Oxygen contributes to more intensive processing of nutrients, the lack of which is the cause of the emergence and development of various diseases. The lack of oxygen and cell destruction caused by an excess of oxidants is the main cause of the occurrence and spread of tumors. Therefore, experts consider squalene as an anti-tumor factor.
Squalene has softening, bactericidal properties. Easily absorbed by the skin. Little or nothing remains on the skin after the external use of the oil and the antibacterial barrier is quickly formed.

For 8 thousand years Amaranth was one of the main crops of South America and Mexico (“Aztec wheat”, “Inca bread”), along with beans and corn. After the Spanish conquest of America, this culture was forgotten. In Asia, amaranth is popular among the mountain tribes of India, Pakistan, Nepal and China as a grain and vegetable crop (see amaranth cereals).

Amaranth young leaves are like spinach. They are used both in fresh form and for the preparation of hot dishes. Dried leaves are also used as food.

Amaranth as a culture of treatment – foreign studies have also shown that squalene is an integral part of our subcutaneous fat. The content of squalene in the blood of an adult healthy person increases dramatically in the presence of skin lesions, which indirectly confirms its immuno-stimulating role. A number of studies emphasize the positive effects of squalene on the normalization of cholesterol metabolism. Squalene is able to increase the strength of the immune system several times, thereby ensuring the body’s resistance to various diseases. Due to the fact that squalene is part of the skin cells, it is easily absorbed and penetrates the body.
In the process of research designed to determine the special role of squalene in biochemical processes, many other interesting properties of it were discovered. Thus, squalene, a derivative of vitamin A, during the synthesis of cholesterol is converted to its biochemical analogue 7-dehydrocholesterol, which becomes vitamin D in sunlight. In addition, vitamin A is much better absorbed by the skin when it is dissolved in squalene.
Squalene was first discovered in the liver of a rare deep-water shark. Until now, shark oil is one of the best high-priced products available on the open market, which contains squalene, but only 1 – 1.5%. The liver of a deep-sea shark cannot serve as a reliable source of squalene necessary for the body due to its exoticism. From easily renewable plant resources, squalene is found in small amounts in olive oil, in wheat germ oil, rice bran and yeast. Squalene is found in significant amounts in olive oil (from 0.2 to 0.8%). Let’s make a reservation that we are talking only about very expensive varieties of olive oil, obtained by the method of cold pressing, and not about those that are usually used during frying.
Squalene as part of amaranth phytocylinders has unique early healing properties, easily coping with most skin diseases, including eczema, psoriasis, and even trophic ulcers. Once in the human body, squalene activates the regenerative processes, which contributes to the healing of ulcers and any other damage to the tissues of internal organs. Amaranth oil contains from 8% squalene!
Amaranth oil due to its unique biochemical composition has pronounced preventive and healing properties. Quickly and efficiently digested.

Amaranth phytocylinders Recommended for use: as an accompanying drug, for chronic colitis (including ulcerative colitis), bladder and bowel polyposis, cystitis (radiation including), prostatitis, prostate adenoma, chronic gynecological diseases.


Manufacturer: NP TOV “Zhytomyrbioprodukt”

Composition : Amaranth Extract, Squalene.

Method of use :

It is recommended to enter phytocylinders 1–2 times a day. Reception rate is 10–20 phyto-cylinders. The minimum interval between courses is recommended to do in 1 month. Frequency of repetition of courses depends on the patient’s health condition and doctor’s recommendations

After deployment of the phytocylinder of wax paper, it should be immediately inserted into the anus – to prevent melting from the heat of the hands.

Contraindications :   It is not recommended to take with individual intolerance to the components of the product.

Packaging: Plastic jar, 10 phyto-cylinders of 2.3 g each.

Shelf life: 12 months

Certificate: TU 24.5-32062796-014: 2009

 

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12 months

Package

10 suppositories

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