- Traditionally used by the Guarani Amazonian Indians to boost the immune system.
- Studies demonstrate immuno-stimulant and antiviral properties.
- Contains extremely rare alkaloids (pereirine, flavopereirine, geissospermine and vellosimine).
Pao Pereira (Brazilian pear) is traditionally used by the Guarani Indians to boost the immune system. PP40 can be applied to all types of disease involving immunodeficiency and can be used as a synergistic adjunct therapy alongside chemo and radiotherapy in numerous forms of cancer.
The bark contains extremely rare alkaloids (pereirine, flavopereirine, geissospermine and vellosimine) which are very difficult to extract, concentrate and stabilize. We are practically the only company able to guarantee a stable product, titrated in alkaloids. Pao pereira's alkaloids carry a risk of toxicity only in cases of overdose and have no side effects.
|Daily serving: 6 capsules
Number of servings per bottle: 15
|Quantity per serving|
|Alkaloids [extracted from 2,100 mg of Pao Pereira (Geissospermum vellosii) standardized to provide 11.4% alkaloids]||240 mg|
|Other ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose.|
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