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Artemisinin EmulsionBoost Immunity and Reduce Pain
- Immune System Boost
- Reduces Inflammation and Pain
- Improves Digestion
Boost Immunity and Reduce Pain
Intravenous Therapy Power by Oral Delivery
Artemisinin is an active constituent of the plant Artemisia annua, also known as sweet wormwood or Qinghaosu and is highly effective for your immune system health and:
- Bacterial, viral (common cold) and fungal infections (lungs, digestion)
- Joint pain from inflammation
- Upset stomach, constipation
- Yellowed skin
- Inflamed, red skin
- Autoimmune disorders
- Loss of appetite
- Blood vessel disorders
- Gallbladder disorders
- Menstruation pain.
Artemisinin is sometimes applied directly on skin for joint pain, nerve pain, sprains, bacterial and fungal infections.
Quicksilver Delivery System: Phospholipid Encapsulation
Improved liposomal and emulsification technology with smaller, more stable particles from the highest grade ingredients available.
- Rapid uptake
- Unparalleled bioactivity
- Extended release
- Prolonged effects
Liposomal format absorbs through your lymph system, lessening the burden on your liver – safer for prolonged supplementation.
Artemisinin is a sesquiterpene lactone. Artemisinin and other sesquiterpene lactones have been demonstrated to modulate immune system function and inflammation.
Artemisinin may impact the microbial ecosystem of the digestive system, genitourinary tract, blood, and beyond, as it has been shown to have broad microbial-balancing actions. It also may impact biofilms which make infections such as Candida albicans resistant to treatment.
Traditional artemisinin preparations have a short half-life, and low bioavailability. Liposomal delivery systems have been shown to lead to more stable artemisinin plasma concentrations, suggesting that they lead to an extended release and thereby prolonged systemic effect. The liposomal format absorbs in the lymphatics, which lessens the burden on the liver and makes it a safer alternative for prolonged supplementation.
The phospholipids delivered with artemisinin nourish the membranes of the cells, ensuring proper function for the absorption of nutrients and the excretion of cellular waste products and toxins.
Artemisinin is a sesquiterpene endoperoxide lactone, and the biological mechanism of action may partly be attributable to the generation of free radicals via heme-mediated or mitochondrial-activated degradation of endoperoxidase bridges (1,2). Sesquiterpene lactones are secondary metabolites of plants that play an important role in protecting plants from parasitic invaders, insects, and infection (3). They are bitter compounds, and as such may impact digestion in a manner similar to more commonly used digestive bitters such as gentian.
Artemisinin and its derivatives have been widely studied for their effects against Plasmodium falciparum, the protozoan parasite which causes malaria, and are recommended by the World Health Organization in combination with other therapies as first-line treatment in endemic regions (4,5). Artemisinin may impact the flora of the digestive system, genitourinary tract, and beyond, being shown to have broad microbial balancing actions(6,7). It also may impact biofilms which make infections such as Candida albicans resistant to treatment (8).
Because of the low bioavailability of traditional oral formulations of artemisinin, the use of derivatives such as artesunate (water-soluble) and artemether (oil-soluble) or alternate dosing strategies such as liposomes have been investigated. Liposomal delivery systems have been shown to lead to more stable artemisinin plasma concentrations (9), suggesting that they lead to an extended release and thereby prolonged systemic effect. Additionally, more immediate effects have also been seen with liposomal formulations than conventional artemisinin.
The Quicksilver delivery system brings the power of intravenous therapy into convenient oral delivery, and improves upon liposomal and emulsification technology with smaller, more stable particles made from the highest-grade ingredients available.
In addition to exceptional absorption rates, these very small liposomal and nanoemulsified particles enhance lymphatic circulation of nutrients and intracellular delivery (10,11). The phospholipids, inherent in the liposomal and nanoemulsified formats, nourish cell membranes, promoting proper function for the absorption of nutrients and the excretion of cellular waste products and toxins (12).
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Serving Size: 5 mL (1 tsp)
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(from purified soybean lecithin)
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Other Ingredients: Glycerin, Ethanol, Water, Medium-Chain Triglycerides
Directions for Use
Take on empty stomach, at least 10 minutes before meals.
Take 1 teaspoon by mouth (alone or in water/juice – grapefruit is best) 3 times daily or as directed by your health care professional.
Store at room temperature, and cannot be stored in the refrigerator.
Rapid immune boost and inflammation (pain) reduction effects. Improves digestion and has broad microbial-balancing actions.
Do not take when pregnant or breastfeeding.
It is advisable to monitor liver function enzymes during usage.
The QuickSilver Delivery System on Liposomal products sets them apart from other companies and ensures a superior product.
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