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Astragalus, Used for Thousands of Years

Cancer – Gastric Cancer
Cancer Resistant Cancer
Cancer – Colon
Cancer – Mammory
Cancer – Urological Tumors
Cardiovascular Strength-Lowers Blood Cholesterol
Cell Protection
Chemotherapy Fatigue
Disease Fighter
Hormone Balance
Immune System Response – Improves
Insulin Resistant
Kidney Disease
Mood Swings
Nervous Tension
Tumor Fighter
Viral Myocarditis

helps the body fight off stress and disease.  It prevents and protects cells against cell death, free radicals and oxidation.  Astragalus essentially regulates the body’s immune responses to help control t-helper cells 1 and 2.​

Astragalus pumps up the immune system and is vital for fighting off tumors and alleviate symptoms of chemotherapy.  Astragalus saponins, flavonoids and polysaccharides are the healing properties which decrease or eliminate tumors.  Astragalus aids chemo-resistance cancer like liver cancer and saponins found in astragalus prevents the proliferation of gastric cancer cells by preventing the necessary oxygen they need to survive.  Good for other types of cancer like colon cancer,  mammary tumor, and urological tumors.

For severe chemotherapy symptoms like nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and bone marrow suppression, Astragalus reduces symptoms and increases the efficacy of the chemotherapy treatments.

Astragalus guard’s against stresses, both mental and physical.  Polysaccharides have positive effects on the immune system and improvement of the function of the brain.  Astragalus helps to reduced stress levels and generally promotes peace and calming. For mood swings and constant nervous tension, Astragalus rebalance your stress hormonal levels.

For insomnia, sleeplessness, or interrupted sleep patterns, regular use of Astragalus can quickly help return to a healthy Circadian rhythm by bringing about or promoting uninterrupted, restful sleep.

Astragalus antioxidants help prevent plaque buildup in arteries and protects the inner wall of the blood vessels.  It is also good treatment for viral myocarditis (inflammation of the middle layer of the heart wall).  Astragalus reduces and level of triglycerides which can cause risk for many forms of heart disease, such as stroke, heart attack and hardening of artery walls.  Astragalus protects the heart after a serious episode, like a stroke.

Astragalus relieves insulin resistance and treats diabetes naturally.  Saponins, flavonoids and polysaccharides all are effective in treating and regulating type 1 and 2 diabetes. They increase insulin sensitivity, protect pancreatic beta cells (the cells in the pancreas that produce and release insulin) and also act as anti-inflammatories in areas related to diabetes symptoms.

Kidney Disease in diabetics is common and Astragalus helps to treat the kidneys by slowing the progress of kidney problems and protecting the renal system.  Astragalus may support kidney health by improving blood flow and laboratory markers of kidney function, such as measures of protein in the urine.  It may also help prevent infections in people with reduced kidney function.  Astragalus, is used to repair and regenerate injured organs and tissues.

This information is to be used for educational purposes only and has been solely based on the historic and traditional use of herbs.  This information has not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration.

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