Oxylife Products - Phenocane 60 Vegetarian Capsules
Oxylife Products Phenocane 60 Vegetarian Capsules helps relieve inflammation and pain .Inflammation is the most common cause of pain. . Inflammation is caused by the release of PGE1 Prostaglandin and is sustained by an enzyme called Cyclooxygenase 2 (COX2). It is interesting that cancer cells are surrounded by an abnormally heavy concentration of COX2 enzymes. If one could inhibit COX2 enzymes, they could control inflammation and possibly cancer. (This is substantiated by evidence of less cancers among chronic aspirin users). Many years ago drug companies found that aspirin inhibited COX2 but at the same time inhibited COX1 which is a Protective Prostaglandin for the lining of the digestive tract and blood vessels. Without adequate COX1 you can have ulcers and leaking of the blood vessels. So, for temporary use, aspirin is fine but extended use causes serious side effects.
If you are concerned about pharmaceutical drugs with all their side effects and if you are tired of everyday pain, then the above formula known as PHENOCANE may be the answer you have been looking for.
- Pain Relief
- Chronic back pain
- Old sports injuries
Boswellia is a genus of trees known for their fragrant resin which has many pharmacological uses particularly as anti-inflammatories. The Biblical incense frankincense was probably an extract from the resin of the tree, Boswellia sacra.
There are four main species of Boswellia which produce true Frankincense and each type of resin is available in various grades. The grades depend on the time of harvesting, and the resin is hand sorted for quality. Anyone interested in frankincense would be well advised to first obtain a small sample of each type from a reputable dealer in order to ascertain the difference between each resin.
Curcumin is the principal curcuminoid of the Indian curry spice turmeric, the other two curcuminoids being demethoxycurcumin and Bis-demethoxycurcumin.The curcuminoids are polyphenols and are responsible for the yellow color of turmeric. Curcumin can exist in at least two tautomeric forms, keto and enol. The enol form is more energetically stable in the solid phase and in solution. It is also hepatoprotective.
Curcumin can be used for boron quantification in the so-called curcumin method. It reacts with boric acid forming a red colored compound, known as rosocyanine. Since curcumin is brightly colored, it may be used as a food coloring. As a food additive, its E number is E100.
A 2008 study at Michigan State University showed that low concentrations of curcumin interfere with Herpes simplex virus-1 (HSV-1) replication. The same study showed that curcumin inhibited the recruitment of RNA polymerase II to viral DNA, thus inhibiting the transcription of the viral DNA. This effect was shown to be independent of effect on histone acetyltransferase activities of p300/CBP. A previous (1999) study performed at University of Cincinnati indicated that curcumin is significantly associated with protection from infection by HSV-2 in animal models of intravaginal infections.
Essential amino acid; the body uses it to produce some hormones (epinephrine, norepinephrine, thyroxine, cholecystokinin) and melanin, (a brown skin pigment); cholecystokinin causes suppression of the appetite (this may be useful to sports people who need to reduce body fat or maintain a certain weight); pain relieving effects of phenylalanine may be of use to athletic people who experience pain due to muscle, ligament, joint and tendon injury, inflammation and spasms which commonly result from intense exercise
Used as a confectionery mold release agent. contained in many Nutritional Supplements for its supply of magnesium.
Nattokinase is a systemic enzyme isolated from the traditional Japanese soy food, natto. It has been shown to support healthy blood flow by assisting the circulatory clearing system of the body.
Nattokinase is a soybean food content. It is a 275 amino acid peptide. It is said to have similar clot-dissolving abilities as does plasmin, an enzyme that we all have in our blood as our natural defense mechanism to dissolve unwanted blood clots. The “clot busters” used in clinical medicine (tPA=tissue plasminogen activator, streptokinase, urokinase, etc) to dissolve blood clots that have led to heart attacks, strokes, pulmonary embolism or deep vein thrombosis, all work through enhancing plasmin’s action. They have to be given intravenously, because they are not active when given orally.
Nattokinase increases the clot dissolving activities (= fibrinolytic activity) of blood in animals and human volunteers and that it suppresses clot formation and enhances clot resolution in animals. However, to my knowledge, only one clinical study has been performed to assess whether Nattokinase has any real benefit in the prevention of blood clots in humans. In that study (reference 7) Nattokinase or placebo were given to individuals prior to long distance (7-8 hours) flights. Of the 92 individuals in the placebo group 7 developed a clot, all without symptoms, discovered by ultrasound; of the 94 individuals in the Nattokinase group none developed a clot. Main flaw of the study, limiting the usefulness of its conclusions, is, that the publication does not indicate whether this was a double-blinded study, or, at least, an investigator-blinded study. A non-blinded study has the potential for bias, limiting the validity of its findings and conclusions.