Introduction of Cellvox
CELLVOX provides anti-cancer and nutritional functions that may offer the following:
- Assists in preventing cell damage
- Supports oxygenation of cells and tissues
- Helps the body to produce energy for proper cell function
- Supports the liver in removing harmful substances from the body
- Works as a powerful antioxidant
- Supports nerve and neurotransmitter function
- Enhances proper cellular function for normal cells
Cellvox is a uniquely-formulated complexes containing a proprietary blend of the mineral palladium
bonded to alpha-lipoic acid, formyl-methionine, N-acetyl cysteine, plus trace amounts of
molybdenum, rhodium, and ruthenium. This formulation is designed to provide energy for
compromised body systems by changing the electrical potential of human cells and facilitating
aerobic metabolism within the cell.
A member of the Lipoic Acid Mineral Complexes(LMC) may assist in boosting immune response by
replenishing key nutrients and supporting cellular metabolism. What makes Cellox is the
proprietary manufacturing process by which palladium is sequestered to lipoic acid. No other
company produces a product similar to Cellvox because of the preparation and bonding process
through which LMC is manufactured.
The proprietary formulation of LMC with other vitamins, minerals, and amino acids provides considerable nutritional support,
helping to enable optimum functioning of essential body systems. When lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant with many biological
functions, is connected to an electrically-charged mineral substrate, and associated with B vitamins, the resulting complex
has enhanced solubility in both water and fat. It can easily and safely travel throughout the body, even crossing
the blood-brain barrier. Its ability to cross the blood-brain barrier (impossible even for most drugs, let alone ordinary
nutritional supplements) suggests that, as a nutritional supplement, Cellvox may hold great promise in cases where
other means of supplementing cell nutrition are ineffective.
The drug has a unique action because healthy cells have oxygen radical pathways. Normally,
oxygen radicals are formed when fatty acids donate electrons to oxygen. These oxygen radicals
have an unpaired electron charge and are unstable. Special proteins in the mitochondria convert
the oxygen radicals into water and usable energy.
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