Ingredients: Basant (Hypericum mysorense)- 570 mg, Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) roots- 38 mg, Bhumiamalaki (Phyllanthus niruri)- 38 mg, Chirabilva/Putikaranja (Holoptelia integrifolia) Bark - 28 mg, Khadira (Acacia Catechu) extracts of wood- 38 mg, Khus grass/ushir (Vetiveria zizanioides) - 28 mg, Lavanga (Syzygium aromaticum)- 38 mg, Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) Fruit - 38 mg, Nimba (Azadirachta indica Linn) Leaf extract- 38 mg, Yasthimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra) roots - 95 mg Liquorice root.
Dosage: One tablet two to three times daily after meals.
- Group I. Amino acids: L-Serine 200 mg L-Glutamine 200 mg of citrulline malate 50 mg, 20 mg.
- Group II. Regulating oxidative processes: Coenzyme Q10 (ubiquinone) 10 mg,
- Group III. Vitamins and Minerals: Zinc gluconate (14:35% zinc) 2 mg, manganese gluconate (11:42% manganese) 2 mg.
Contains: 60 capsules (620 mg).
Instructions: Take 1 or 2 capsules a day in the morning, before breakfast Or as advised by your physician.
- Group I. Phytotheraputic Plant Extracts: Echinacea extract (Echinacea purpurea, 4.0% total polyphenols)80mg, Aloe vera80 mg, Cat's Claw extract (Uncaria tomentosa, bark, more than 3.0% alkaloids) 80 mg.
- Group II. Amino acids: L- glutamine 140mg, L-arginine 80mg, L-lysine HCl 40 mg, L- Isoleucine 20 mg.
- Group III. Vitamins and minerals: Magnesium gluconate (5.86 %magnesium) 40 mg, Copper gluconate (14.44% copper) 3.5mg, Zinc gluconate(14.35% zinc) 25 mg.
- Group IV. Biopolymer in the cellular matrix: Sodium hyaluronate 7.5 mg.
Contents: 60 capsules (720 mg).
Instructions: Once or twice a day, at noon or before lunch, or, as advised by your Doctor.
HP DSPL Formula
Ingredients: Cannabaris Indica 30, Iodium 30, Kreosotum 30, Lapis alba 30, Mercurius solibilis 30, Nitric acidum 30, Radium bromatum 30, Thuja occidentalis 30, Vespa crabbo 30, Viscum album 30.
- Green Tea Extract: This ingredient is one of the only U.S. FDA approved botanical drugs for HPV. In fact, it is one of the only 2 botanicals that have US FDA approval today. A study to investigate the clinical efficacy of green tea extracts in patients with human papilloma virus (HPV) infected cervical lesions reported that 69% of HPV patients responded to the treatment with green tea extracts suggesting that green tea extracts may be a potential therapy regimen for patients with HPV infected cervical lesions. 1
- AHCC: This is an alpha-glucan rich nutritional supplement extracted from the hybridized mycelia of Shiitake belonging to the Basidiomycete family of mushrooms. An In vitro study of this extract suggested that a daily dosing of AHCC had an immune boosting property and the extract potentially inhibited abnormal cell growth and HPV virus progression. 2
- Hypericin: Various species of the Hypericum plant have been tested for their immune boosting and antimicrobial properties. A study to test the efficacy of this extract suggested that the herb may directly interfere with the replication of the viral cells and block their release leading to their inhibition. 3 Ayurvedic doctors believe that the rare species Hypericum mysorense is the most compelling for immune boost out of the various Hypericums available such as Hypericum Perforatum aka St. Johns Wort. It has been studied for HSV and showed remarkable results. 4
- Homeopathic imprints: HPV imprints are bioenergetic impressions of specific ingredients that empower the immune system to respond specifically. They also contain ingredients that are believed to support the normal structure and function of the immune system. Homeopaths believe that these imprints empower specific immune response by presenting the body information on the pathogen.
- Astragalus: This herb is believed to possess properties that may potentially boost the immune system and protect the body against foreign invaders. Studies have indicated that astragalus may enhance the functions of the natural killer cells and successfully inhibit viral cell proliferation. 5
- Monolaurin: Recent in vitro evidence suggests that this derivative of lauric acid may prevent replication and dissolve viral envelopes, making the virus more vulnerable to the immune system. 6
- Curcuma longa: Clinical data has suggested that curcumin may possess properties that help inhibit cervical abnormal cells in a concentration dependent and time-dependent manner. It may also induce spontaneous cell death of the infected cells. 7
- Echinacea: This herb is also believed to enhance immunity and increase the WBC count to counter infections. 8
- Thuja occidentalis: Research suggests that this herb is believed to stimulate the antibody cells that scavenge viral infected cells and clear them from the system. 9