Tuesday, November 24, 2009

LifeMel Chemo Support


This unique honey is an innovative groundbreaking product for the support of patients suffering from the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. Life Mel Honey is produced by bees fed on a special nectar derived from therapeutic herbs including Siberian Ginseng, Echinacea and Uncaria Tomentosa, combined with a selection of natural ingredients including iron, protein and vitamins. This makes a unique honey with all the beneficial properties of the therapeutic herbs and natural ingredients.

Siberian Ginseng has traditionally been used as a tonic, whilst Echinacea is a traditional herbal remedy and well regarded for its ability to help support the immune system. Â Uncaria Tomentosa is believed to have antioxidant properties and has also been traditionally used to benefit the immune system

Life Mel Honey is not artificially treated in any way and no ingredients are added after extraction of honey from the hive. You get 100% pure bee honey created with the natural herbs that are fed to the bees. Our honey is specially produced in a controlled environment which guarantees a pollution-free pollination process. Other than collecting the honey from the hive and packing it, the honey is not artificially treated in any way and no ingredients are added after extraction of honey from the hive.

A recent clinical study has shown Life Mel Honey to be effective in decreasing the incidence of anemia in 64% of the patients, decreasing the incidence of severe neutropenia and lowering the incidence of potentially fatal thrombocytopenia (low platelets). Medical Oncology, vol. 23, no. 4, 549-552, 2006 . This clinical study was conducted by Professor Jamal Ziden, head of the Oncology department in Sieff Hospital, Dr. Moshe Stein, Oncology department Rambam Hospital, and Professor Eitan Friedman of Sheba Medical Center. The results are conclusive: LifeMel is EFFECTIVE and SAFE and Improvement in general feeling and quality of life.

Instructions:
Recommended use: Two teaspoons of Life Mel honey a day, one in the morning on an empty stomach and one in the evening. The honey should be sucked slowly.

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Monday, November 23, 2009

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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Mesothelioma

Mesothelioma is a rare cancer that can develop in the membrane that lines the lungs, called the mesothelium. It causes shortness of breath, severe cough, and chest pain. Mesothelioma is often diagnosed in later stages of development, which severely complicates treatment and chances of survival. There are thousands of cases of Mesothelioma diagnosed each year in the U.S., comprising around 3 percent of all cancer diagnoses. It is 4 times as common among men.

The disease derives its name from the mesothelium, a sac-like membrane that protects most of the body's internal organs. It is divided into two distinct protective layers of cells: the visceral (the layer directly surrounding the organ) and the parietal (a sac around the body cavity). By releasing a lubricating fluid, the mesothelium allows the organs to move more freely within the body cavity; for example, the contraction and expansion of the lungs. The mesothelium is also referred to according to where it is located in the body: pleura (chest), peritoneum (abdomen), and pericardium (heart).

Like most cancers, the prognosis for this disease often depends on how early it is diagnosed and how aggressively it is treated. Treatment options range from surgery to chemotherapy to radiation therapy to experimental treatments. Most chemotherapy drugs have specific side effects such as nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, hair loss, and increased vulnerability to infection. Symptoms experienced while undergoing treatment with chemotherapeutic drugs are usually reported to the doctor, but why go through all that?

LifeMel Honey is unique. It is an innovative groundbreaking product for the support of patients suffering from the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. What makes it innovative? The bees are fed on a special nectar derived from therapeutic herbs including Siberian Ginseng, Echinacea and Uncaria Tomentosa, combined with a selection of natural ingredients. Learn more by visiting LifeMelUSA.com