Trimedica - Vital Yew Tea Bags - 20 Bags
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Back in the 1960's, science discovered a remarkable species of tree from the Pacific Northwest called the Pacific Yew. The Yew has already been used for centuries for promoting cellular function and immune support, but just recently, a team of scientist discovered that a unique compound hidden within this ancient tree that would change modern and holistic medicine forever. The Pacific Yew Tree contains hundreds of powerful plant compounds used in their natural form to promote optimal cellular and immune system function.
Today, the Yew Tree is the most studied plant in the world because of its natural, health promoting compounds and continues to be recommended. Discover why VitalYew® can help your customers strengthen immunity and support cellular function.
How Does VitalYew® Work?
There are hundreds of powerful natural occurring plant compounds found in VitalYew® that not only support cellular function but also strengthen immunity.
Taxanes, compounds unique to the Yew species, are powerful plant derivatives found to prevent apoptosis (programmed cell death) in clinical studies. Taxanes bind to abnormal cellular chromosomes, which paralyzes cellular division to stop the growth of abnormal cells. There are over 128 different taxanes contained within VitalYew®.
Lignans are another health promoting compound found in the VitalYew®. Lignans have been found not only to support normal cellular division but also to increase the body's immune ability with regard to pathogenic activity.
Flavanoids such as quercitin, rhamnetin and sciatdopitysin are also present in VitalYew®. Flavanoids are a powerful plant compound known for their anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, and anti-allergenic properties and provide protection against free radical damage.
Beta-sitosterol is clinically proven to support against benign prostate problems. From laboratory studies, it appears that beta-sitosterol can influence the structure and function of cell membranes in both healthy and cancerous tissue. This effect is known to alter signaling pathways that regulate tumor growth and apoptosis (cell death) and to provide a possible explanation for the stimulation of immune function observed following beta-sitosterol supplementation.
Cephalomannine is also unique to the Yew Tree and is closely related to the taxane. Laboratory studies demonstrate similar activity to the taxane compound (apoptosis).
VitalYew® capsules, tea, tincture and salve are prepared from only the renewable needles of the Pacific Yew Tree and provide all the healthful constituents of the Pacific Yew in their totally natural form, so that you get the full benefits of this truly amazing and wonderful gift. Protect and nurture your own and your family's precious health all year around!