Phytoconcentrate (tincture) wax moth Med'ok, 50 g
Tincture of wax moth larvae is obtained by infusing unpopulated larvae of Galleria Melonella (large wax moth) in 40% alcohol solution. The concentration of the finished tincture is 20%. It has the color of a weak tea and a rather pleasant protein-honey aroma. It is better to shake the tincture before use, since some of its components can precipitate, sometimes observed at the bottom of the bottle.
Why are only large wax moth larvae suitable for tincture? Because they are the only ones who are able to digest beeswax thanks to the cerraza enzyme in their bodies. It was this ability of the larvae that prompted scientists to use a tincture based on them for the treatment of tuberculosis. The first to conduct such research was the famous scientist I.I. Mechnikov. His work was continued by his followers: S.I. Metalnikov and I.S. Zolotarev, and completed and patented the extract of wax moth larvae by cardiologist and homeopath S.A. Mukhin. He proved that tincture of wax moth larvae can be used not only for the treatment of tuberculosis, but also for the prevention and treatment of many other diseases.
The preparation contains peptides, enzymes, high-molecular proteins, xanthine, hypoxanthine, nucleosides, steroid hormones, vitamins, amino acids (20 out of 28 free and 9 irreplaceable).
Recommendations for use:
Respiratory system diseases. First of all, it is recommended to buy a tincture of wax moth larvae for the treatment of tuberculosis and diseases of the respiratory system. Koch's wand is in a wax-like shell that protects it from the effects of antibiotics. Thanks to the tincture and the enzymes it contains, you can destroy this shell and the bacteria will become vulnerable. This greatly facilitates the treatment of tuberculosis.
Also, the tincture is used for fungal diseases of the lungs, for the healing of tuberculous cavities, extrapulmonary tuberculous pathologies: kidneys, bones and joints, intestines, lymph nodes.
The tincture is also useful for other respiratory diseases, in particular, for bronchitis and bronchial asthma, pneumonia, bronchospasm, asthmatic bronchitis. After applying the tincture, the disappearance of wheezing, an improvement in the drainage function of the bronchi, a decrease in inflammation, and the elimination of bronchospasm are observed.
Cardiovascular diseases. Tincture of wax moth larvae is used for the prevention and treatment of angina pectoris, cardiosclerosis, chronic coronary insufficiency, myocardial infarction. After admission, there was a decrease in angina attacks, shortness of breath, an improvement in electrocardiogram indicators.
For the elderly. It is recommended to buy wax moth tincture for the elderly. It helps to cope with the negative effects of age-related changes in the body. For example, after 10 days of administration, a steady decrease in blood pressure was observed. There is also a cardioprotective effect of the tincture and a slowdown in the development of atherosclerosis. After suffering a heart attack, the use of the tincture promotes the resorption of myocardial scars.
Metabolism. Tincture of wax moth larvae provides essential assistance in metabolic disorders. It contains leucine, which helps to lower blood sugar levels. Methionine, which is part of the tincture, helps prevent the deposition of fat in liver cells and vascular walls.
Obstetrics and gynecology. In obstetrics and gynecology, tincture of wax moth larvae is used for toxicosis, infertility, climacteric disorders. After taking the drug, the mental state of women returned to normal, there was a restoration of the structure of endometrial cells, an improvement in blood microcirculation.
Andrology. Tincture of wax moth is also used in andrology to increase sperm motility and reduce the risk of infertility, as well as for the prevention and treatment of prostatitis, prostate adenoma, impotence.
Immunity. Tincture of wax moth larvae will be useful for those who want to strengthen the immune system, increase the body's defenses and resistance to bacterial and viral infections. Moth tincture contains bioflavonoids and lysine, therefore it is recommended to take it during epidemics of influenza and SARS.
To enhance the effect, a complex reception of tincture of wax moth larvae and other beekeeping products is recommended: bee bread, pollen, honey, royal jelly.
- not recommended for children under 1 year old; children aged 1-3 years only under medical supervision;
- individual intolerance (allergy);
- exacerbation of gastric ulcer, acute hepatitis and pancreatitis.
Take a tincture of wax moth larvae inside 30 minutes before meals with 50 - 80 g of liquid (with water, tea, juice) 1 time a day for prevention and 2-3 times a day for treatment at the rate of 5-7 drops (depending on severity of the disease) per 10 kg of human weight. In severe tuberculosis, the dose should be increased to 8-11 drops per 10 kg of a person's weight. Should be taken for 3 months. Then a break for 1 month.
Children under 14 years old, 1.5 drops per year (for example, for child 7 years old - 10-11 drops), the course of treatment is 21 days, then a break is 21 days.
Ingredients: alcoholic tincture of wax moth.
Manufacturer: Med'ok, Kharkiv region.