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Sanguinarine is a well known biological agent. It is classified as an escharotic because in high concentration it triggers apoptotis or cell death. Low concentrations selectively disable metabolic compromised cells.

The video footage suggests that it provides Immunomodulating/directory effects exhibiting elevated activity on pathogenic organism in blood with no apparent damage to white or red blood cells.

Click Here for current PubMed/NIH research on Sanguinarine

This table suggests a dosing schedule for oral sanguaranine. The schedule is for 5 days on and 2 days off. The 2 days off aid the body to keep up with the detoxification load which often accompanies sanguaranine usage.

1/5 gram is approximately one capsule.

Supplement
Wake
Break
Lunch
Dinner
Bed
Unit
Purpose
Turmeric
1
1
1
Aids absorption and prevents digestive discomfort from Sanguaranine.

Sanguinarine (First 1-3 Months)

Acute Care Stage

2
2
2
Capsule
Empty stomach to aid systemic toxicity by acting outside digestive system.
Sanguinarine Ongoing (About 4 years)  
1
1
1
  Capsule Maintain anti-pathogenic process for a long time until cell lines fully resolved.

Oral dosing uses low systemic doses over time to target systemic pathogens.

   
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