Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Cat's Claw Study for Lyme Disease

Cat's Claw for Lyme Disease

Study Shows Pentacyclic Alkaloid Chemotype Uncaria tomentosa to be Effective In Treating Chronic Lyme Disease (Lyme Borreliosis)

INVESTIGATORS: William Lee Cowden, M.D. Hamid Moayad, D.O. Joan Vandergriff, N.D. Luis Romero, M.D., Ph.D. Svetlana Ivanova, M.D., Ph.D.

Control Group A few patients experienced slight improvement, and the rest remained with no positive change in their clinical condition at the end of study.

Experimental Group 100% of patients experienced marked clinical improvement; 85% were seronegative for Lyme disease at the end of study. Pilot Study Results A 6-month pilot study was recently conducted with 28 patients suffering from Advanced Chronic Lyme disease. All the patients tested positive for Lyme disease utilizing the Western Blot blood test for Borrelia burgdorferi (Bb, the bacteria that causes Lyme disease. The control groupwas treated with conventional antibiotic treatment, and at the end of the study, from 14 patients in this group, 3 slightly improved, 3 got worse, and the rest remained with no change in their clinical condition. The experimental groupwas treated with Pentacyclic Alkaloid Chemotype Uncaria tomentosa. At the end of the study, 85% of the patients in this group tested negative for Bb, and all the patients experienced a dramatic improvement in their clinical condition. A full report will be available soon.

Protocal for Lyme Disease
Eliminate sugars, starches, grains, legumes, dairy
Mineral Chi Tonic or Essential Liquid Minerals 2 oz a day
Green Zone 2 T a day
Protease Plus 3 three times a day on an empty stomach
Collostrum 3 twice a day to cleanse lectins
Cat's Claw 4 three times a day to cleanse the bacterial infection