Unlocking Nature’s Mysteries to Fight Viruses!
This discovery is to viruses what penicillin was to bacteria!
Existing and emerging viral infections represent a significant threat to the human population. The scientists at Arizona State University’s Biodesign Institute have been on the cutting edge of discovering the science related to several natural botanicals that can inhibit many of these viruses. Potentially they may be able to be used to treat diseases such as shingles, genital herpes, cold sores, Human Papilloma virus-associated cervical dysplasia, Epstein-Barr virus-associated head and neck cancers and smallpox (in the event of a bioterrorism attack). In addition, during their research they identified additional botanicals with analgesic (anti-pain), anti-inflammatory, immune stimulatory, and anti-itch activity. This has led to the development of botanical compounds that have synergistic activity not only to rapidly inhibit virus reproduction, spread, and drug resistance but also to relieve pain, itching and inflammation. For virus caused cancers, our scientists have identified specific botanicals that induce cell death in cancer cells, while leaving normal cells unaffected.
The research has advanced beyond the laboratory directly to patients and has resulted in physicians using our experimental compounds to successfully treat numerous patients afflicted with many of the cancers and diseases associated with viral infections.
Plants, by nature, hold the key to vastly undiscovered therapies. Our scientists have the ability to unlock and develop these botanical therapies to improve the lives of millions of people worldwide.
Our vision is to help people all over the world with these several types of viral infections and as much as possible prevent suffering through the the use of these developmental compounds. If you would like to join us in our commitment to developing these important compounds so that they will be available to treat these dreaded diseases, we ask that make a financial commitment to our research and development.
THANK YOU AND WE APPRECIATE YOUR CONTRIBUTION!
Scientists videos: http://reliefred.com/development-team/
Herpes 1: https://vimeo.com/125195818
Cold Sores: https://vimeo.com/125195254