Natural immunotherapy to eradicate antibiotic-resistant superbugs

December 27, 2018, Featured in Immunotherapy, 0 Comments

Groundbreaking new topical treatment for Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)

June 4, 2016, Featured in Immunotherapy, 0 Comments

There are different types of eczema. The most common type is atopic dermatitis (AD). AD is a chronic, pruritic, inflammatory skin condition that is associated with immune dysregulation and epidermal barrier dysfunction. The most obvious symptoms of AD are intense itching, along with red, dry skin that is sometimes scaly. The severity can range from mild to severe. It usually starts in early childhood. Most cases first develop in children under the age of 5 years. It is unusual to develop AD for the first time after the age of 20. At the moment, about 1 in 5 schoolchildren have some degree of AD. However, statistics show that it is becoming more common year on year in developed countries. There is no cure but treatment can usually control or ease …

Medicinal Properties of Wild Edible Mushrooms, Hepazym-F and Cancer

January 30, 2012, Featured in Immunotherapy, 0 Comments

Mushrooms are unique. Unlike other plants, they do not convert the sun’s rays into energy. Mushrooms belong to the macrofungi, because their fruiting structures are large enough to be seen with the naked eye. They get nutrition from animal and plant matter. Many species are quite specific about their food source and will be found only under or near certain kinds of trees-some under pines, others under oak, etc. Mushrooms secrete digestive enzymes into the environment and then absorb the products of digestion for their nourishment. This decomposition process benefits the ecosystem. It decomposes dead plant and animal matter that, without the mushrooms, would accumulate to unmanageable levels, and it returns nitrogen, phosphorus, and other nutrients to the …

Cancer Immunotherapy with Hepazym

November 27, 2011, Featured in Immunotherapy, 0 Comments

Cancer is a serious and complex disease which we feel requires a multi-disciplinary, multi-modality treatment approach in order to have great success and the best possible outcome. The problem is that current conventional cancer treatments are crude. Surgery to cut out the cancer can work, if it has not spread elsewhere in the body. Or, given that rapidly dividing cancer cells are more vulnerable to damage than normal cells, another approach is to blitz them with toxins -chemotherapy drugs – or radiation.

In comparison, immunotherapy revolves around bolstering the body’s own defences so that they can mount an effective attack on cancer. Everyone has the power within them to heal cancer and all we have to do is to find a way to unlock our inner potential. Cancer immunotherapy is the …

War on superbugs: Hepazym may be the most effective weapon against super bacteria.

August 9, 2011, Featured in Immunotherapy, 0 Comments

Super bacteria, also referred to as superbugs, are bacteria that have grown resistant to most antibiotics. Overuse of antibiotics both in conventional livestock feed and in human medical applications has led to increasing bacterial resistance to antibiotic drugs. Microorganisms are weak creatures but they have their own way to protect their population and this is called mutation. A drug like penicillin targets an enzyme, and it’s easy for an organism to develop a single mutation to get past that. The development of new super bacteria types or mutation of the ones already known is of great unease to disease specialists. Concern exists that some strains could develop so much resistance to antibiotics that they would become virtually untreatable.

When doctors prescribe …