posted on 11/28/2005 12:55:54 AM PST
(To err is human; to moo is bovine.)
If you do a Google search for "suppression TNF alpha synthesis Cat's claw cytokine", you will find reference to some studies that conclude that Cat's Claw is affective at suppressing TNF-alpha synthesis, hence reducing cytokine storms.
Indeed it is. It is also listed on the Summary. MOreover, there are ProMed articles supporting this. The problem that I had with Cat's Claw was one of the side effects, to wit:
"Children and pregnant women are to avoid. Has a potentially damaging effect on the DNA of proliferating cells (cancers, foetuses, growing children)"
My rationale is that there are several items that work here, I don't need each and every one. However, your idea is equally valid.
posted on 11/30/2005 7:06:16 PM PST
(Horse feces (929 citations) vs ID (0 citations) and horse feces wins!!!!!)
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