You’ve mentioned Padma Basic before, and how it might help autoimmune conditions.
I have rheumatoid arthritis and heart disease and the people in my support group don’t know anything about Padma, so can you provide more information?
— E.O., NY, New York
I’ve received hundreds of e-mails like yours. I take pride in finding unique and powerful products that help people with chronic, disabling conditions and it doesn’t get any more exotic than “miracle herbs” mix Padma Basic!
The plant-based product contains a special potent blend of herbs that have been used for centuries in the Tibetan monasteries of Transbaikalia. Acupuncturists like Padma because it contains Eastern-based ‘cooling’ ingredients that are selected with strict adherence to Tibetan philosophy.
Padma Basic is so effective that it considered a drug overseas, sold as “Padma 28.” It’s made by a well-respected company in Switzerland and has been available throughout Europe for years.
Padma Basic is backed by clinical research for over a dozen diseases
In the United States, it is classified as an over-the-counter dietary supplement.
Unlike some dietary supplements for which we have to rely on word-of-mouth experiences, Padma Basic has a stack of clinical research to support its use in the following conditions:
- Peripheral artery disease,
- heart disease,
- high cholesterol,
- stroke recovery,
- AIDS related complex,
- multiple sclerosis (MS),
- chronic fatigue,
- frequent infections
- and dental disease.
Performs is a similar way as rheumatoid prescription drugs
The product is a natural blood thinner, so a dosage reduction may be needed if you take anticoagulants. So, of course, always check with your own doctor before taking this or any supplement.
Padma Basic combats rheumatoid arthritis by calming an overactive immune system that’s bent on destroying cartilage and bone. The destruction occurs thanks to TNF (tumor necrosis factor), which signals the attack.
Doctors who read my posts will be happy to know that Padma contains the herb “Pterocarpus santalinus,” which inhibits TNF and T-cell proliferation in a similar way to prescription drugs like Humira, Remicade and Enbrel.
Padma Basic fights inflammation from Chrohn’s to ankle swelling
This means it could improve inflammatory conditions including Crohn’s disease, MS, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis and psoriatic arthritis. Any kind of “itis” disease could benefit, like arthritis, bursitis, pancreatitis, plantar fasciitis and cystitis.
Padma increases circulation, particularly in the legs so it helps with swollen ankles, cold feet and poor circulation.
The multi-tasking formula contains 20 ingredients including lettuce leaf, natural camphor, cloves, cardamom, neem fruit, calendula flower and iceland moss—I told you it was exotic! It also provides valerian root—prized for its ability to calm the nerves–and licorice root for hayfever, emphysema, asthma, gout, psoriasis and chronic fatigue.
Another formula to be aware of is MycoPhyto Complex. It’s a blend of medicinal mushrooms grown on medicinal herbs that modulate the immune system.
2 formula combo could help conquer many complex disease
I mention MycoPhyto because complex, painful diseases need aggressive treatment and those afflicted with them need as many options as possible. I think the combination of Padma Basic and MycoPhyto Complex could significantly ease the symptoms of a;alrge number of conditions including…
- Hashimoto’s, Graves
- and celiac.
Both Padma Basic and MycoPhyto Complex are sold at some health food stores, but mainly online.
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