Ingredients

Angirx™ Ingredients Video – New Formula

These are the Six Active Ingredients in Angirx™

#1: Serrapeptase Enzyme

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The natural Chelation anti-inflammatory Serrapeptase has been in widespread clinical use for over 25 years throughout Europe and Asia as a viable alternative to salicylates, ibuprofen and the more potent NSAIDs.

Unlike these drugs, Serrapeptase is a naturally occurring physiological agent with no inhibitory effects on prostaglandins and is devoid of gastrointestinal side effects.

Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme isolated from the micro-organism Serratia E15, this enzyme is naturally processed commercially today through fermentation and was discovered in silkworms. This immunological active enzyme is completely bound to the alpha 2 macro-globulin in biological fluids. Histology studies reveal the powerful anti-inflammatory effects of this naturally occurring enzyme.

Serrapeptase digests non-living tissue, blood clots, cysts, and arterial plaque in all forms. The late German physician, Dr. Hans Nieper, used Serrapeptase to treat arterial blockage in his coronary patients.

Serrapeptase protects against strokes and is reportedly more effective and quicker than EDTA Chelation treatments in removing arterial plaque. He also reports that Serrapeptase dissolves blood clots and causes varicose veins to shrink or diminish.

#2: Panax Notoginseng Root Extract

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Tianqi is the root of Panax Notoginseng of the Araliaceae family. The best quality comes from two provinces: Wenshan in Yunnan, and Jingxi in Guangxi, where the moderate temperature and sufficient rainfall provide the ideal conditions for its growth.

Another name for Tianqi is Sanqi (Three-seven) because it is believed that the best Tianqi should be harvested between three and seven years. An earlier or later harvest of Tianqi will not be as effective. Tianqi is an important herb in traditional Chinese medicine, it’s benefits include the ability to eliminate blood stasis, reduce swelling and pain, and stop bleeding. It is widely used in the treatment of traumatic injuries and many other medical emergencies.

Because of the great benefits of this herb Tianqi has come to be known as “Jinbu huan” roughly translated as “cannot be exchanged for gold”. The famous anti-inflammation and pain formula known as “Pien-Zi-Huang” has Tianqi as one of its main ingredients.

Being one of the earliest herbs researched, Tianqi has been scientifically shown to be very effective in the treatment of heart diseases, particularly when it comes to widening arteries, preventing them from clogging.
It’s also effective in lowering cholesterol and fat levels. Tianqi can be used as a tonic for convalescents and women after childbirth as it optimizes blood and Qi circulation. It also nourishes the blood and accelerates your metabolism. For example, when children exhibit slow growth some people give them Tianqi to speed up the growth process.

#3: EDTA

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EDTA is commonly found in most oral chelation products available in the United States today. EDTA is used to bind metal ions in chelation therapy, e.g., for mercury and lead poisoning. It is used in a similar manner to remove excess iron from the body.

This therapy is used to treat the complication of repeated blood transfusions, as would be applied to treat thalassaemia, EDTA acts as a powerful antioxidant to prevent free radicals from injuring blood vessel walls.

Dentists used EDTA solutions to remove inorganic debris (smear layer) and prepare root canals for obturation. It serves as a preservative (usually to enhance the action of another preservative such as benzalkonium chloride or thiomersal) in ocular preparations and eyedrops.

EDTA is used extensively in the analysis of blood. It’s an anticoagulant for blood samples for CBC/FBEs (complete blood count also known as full blood examination). Laboratory studies also suggest that EDTA chelation may prevent collection of platelets on the lining of the blood vessels, which can otherwise lead to the formation of blood clots, which itself is associated with atheromatous plaque formation or rupture, disrupting blood flow.

#4: Saffron Extract

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Virtually all saffron is produced in a wide geographical belt extending from the Mediterranean in the west to Kashmir in the east. The high cost of saffron is due to the difficulty of manually extracting large numbers of minute stigmas; the only part of the crocus with the desired properties of aroma and flavor. In addition, a large number of flowers need to be processed in order to yield marketable amounts of saffron.

A pound of dry saffron (0.45 kg) requires the harvesting of some 50,000 flowers, the equivalent of a football field sized area of cultivation. Saffron’s folkloric uses as an herbal medicine are legendary. It was used for its carminative (suppressing cramps and flatulence) and emmenagogic (enhancing pelvic blood flow) properties.
Medieval Europeans used saffron to treat respiratory infections and disorders such as coughs and common colds, scarlet fever, smallpox, cancer, hypoxia, and asthma.

Other targets included blood disorders, insomnia, paralysis, heart diseases, flatulence, stomach upsets and disorders, gout, chronic uterine hemorrhage, dysmorrhea, amenorrhea (absence of menstrual period), baby colic, and eye disorders. For ancient Persians and Egyptians, saffron was also an aphrodisiac, a general-use antidote against poisoning, a digestive stimulant, and a tonic for dysentery and measles

Initial research suggests that carotenoids present in saffron are anti-carcinogenic (cancer-suppressing), anti-mutagenic (mutation-preventing), and have immunomodulatory properties. Dimethylcrocetin, the compound responsible for these effects, counters a wide range of murine (rodent) tumours and human leukaemia cell lines.

Saffron extract also delays ascites tumour growth, delays papilloma carcinogenesis, inhibits squamous cell carcinoma, and decreases soft tissue sarcoma incidence in treated mice. Besides it’s wound-healing and anticancer properties, saffron is also an antioxidant. This means that, as an “anti-aging” agent it neutralizes free radicals.

#5: Bulbus Allii Macrostemi (garlic extract)

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In the Chinese herbal materia medica, Xie Bai belongs to a category of herbs that rectify the Qi.Chinese garlic extract also helps to promote blood and Qi circulation, it alleviates pain, and alleviates distention, abdominal pain, & chest pain. Chinese Garlic directs Qi downward, reducing damp stagnation in the large intestine (dysenteric disorders).

#6: Trichosanthes fruit

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Various parts of this herb are used for different purposes. The fruit and seed are very similar. However, the seed has more strength for lubricating the intestines, transforming phlegm, and dissolving nodules. The peel of the fruit is more effective in treating the stomach and aiding the circulation of blood. It has anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, anticancer, expectorant, & demulcent properties.

Trichosanthes fruit helps to relieve the feeling of having a tight or painful chest obstruction, it is also used for swollen glands, boils, & lung/breast abscesses. More recently Chinese herbalists have been using this herb successfully for high blood lipid levels and hypertension.

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