Larch Larix occidentalis and Arabinogalactan:Anti-Metastatic and Immune Stimulant natural source.
- Basic Botanical Data of Larch.
- What is Arabinogalactans and its Botanical Source.
- Arabinogalactan (AG) Larex's flagship.
- Pharmacological Properties of ABG-Arabinogalactan.
- Reported Uses of Larch Extracts.
- Modern Research of ABG.
- FAQ:Frequently Asked Questions of ABG and Immune-booster.
- Toxicity of Arabinogalactan.
- Application Case Study:Beverage compositions comprising arabinogalactan and defined minerals.
- Arabinogalactan Research Update.
Reported Uses of Larch Extracts.:
500-5,000mg in water or capsule form 2-3 times daily. This product is highly soluble in water and is virtually tasteless.
Studies have reported that the immune-boosting properties of larch extract can help fight symptoms of the common cold and influenza.
Researchers suggest that this is probably due to the supplement ability to increase the rate at which the body seeks out and destroys viral invaders.
What is more, studies indicate that larch extract has promise in the fight against recurrent immune problems like chronic fatigue and viral hepatitis.
Preliminary studies support the claim that it may have value as a complimentary therapy for children with inner ear infections in children.
Scientists have discovered that the benefits of larch extract may play a supportive role in the treatment of cancer.
There is evidence that larch extract can help fight cancers that are triggered by lowered activity of natural killer, or NK, cells. By enhancing the growth of these cells, larch extract may be involved in suppressing cancers that develop when left unchecked by NK cells. A recent study also found that larch extract may be instrumental in preventing the spread of existing cancerous cells to other organs.
In addition to its disease fighting properties, larch extract also serves as an excellent source of fiber, thereby potentially improving colon health. Additionally, it has been shown to increase the growth of healthy bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract. This is good news, researchers say, for patients who are suffering from complications associated with the use of prescribed antibiotics.
Larch (Larix occidentalis):Anti-Metastatic and Immune Stimulant:
Larch is a deciduous conifer that contains an arabinogalactan similar to those found in other "immune-enhancing" herbs such as Echinacea, Baptisia and Turmeric.
Larch arabinogalactans have been shown to reduce the number of liver metastasis in multiple studies, perhaps by acting as a "reverse lectin" and blocking tumor binding sites. A similar effect has been noted for Modified Citrus Pectin. Larch also nourishes the gut flora and acts as a source of dietary fiber. A summary of the benefits of Larch are:
stimulates the immune system
helps prevent cancer metastasis
improves bowel flora (friendly gut bacteria)
acts as a source of dietary fiber
Larch and/or Modified Citrus Pectin should be considered by anyone with cancer to help prevent or delay metastasis.
Suggestions and How to Use ABG:
Dosage Info and Range:
400mg, 1-2 capsules 3-4 times a day.
Powder: Mix 1/2-2 tablespoonsful in favorite beverage and take up to 3-4 times a day.
Adjust dosage for children based on body weight.
Dosage should be taken for 7-10 days for acute problems. For chronic problems with immunity, take on a 3 weeks on, 1 week off schedule.
Most Common Dosage:400mg, 4 times a day.
Toxicities and Precautions of ABG:
Be sure to tell your pharmacist, doctor, or other health care providers about any dietary supplements you are taking. There may be a potential for interactions or side effects.
General:This dietary supplement is considered safe when used in accordance with proper dosing guidelines.
If you have cancer, have had an organ transplant, have a suppressed immune system or any life-threatening or chronic diseases talk to your doctor for advice on taking this dietary supplement.
To date, the medical literature has not reported any adverse effects related to fetal development during pregnancy or to infants who are breast-fed. Yet little is known about the use of this dietary supplement while pregnant or breast-feeding. Therefore, it is recommended that you inform your healthcare practitioner of any dietary supplements you are using while pregnant or breast-feeding.
To date, the medical literature has not reported any adverse effects specifically related to the use of this dietary supplement in children. Since young children may have undiagnosed allergies or medical conditions, this dietary supplement should not be used in children under 10 years of age unless recommended by a physician.
Jarrow Formulas Larix 1000 contains arabinogalactans extracted from the larch tree (Larix occidentalis). Arabinogalactans are densely branched, high molecular weight, water soluble polysaccharides that support healthy immune function, particularly macrophage activity and cytokine defense activity such as interferon gamma, tumor necrosis factor, lL-1 and lL-6. Arabinogalactans also promote the growth of the probiotic bacteria Lactobacilli and bifidobacteria.
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