C-Statin - PGM - Potent Angiogenesis Inhibitor (Double PGM 70 mg)
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|C-Statin is an anti-angiogenesis product designed to block new blood vessel growth. C-Statin is a group of proteoglycan molecules (PGM) isolated from Bindweed (Convulvulus arvensis,) a common garden weed.|
C-Statin is a proprietary extract of C... *
"I think that these type of medecine using angiogenesis inhibitor should be the most and only effective killing tumor cells in fact,
by keeping them of oxygen and nutriments ,
in fact the tumor cells will going to disapear by strangulation ." -- martinph2 (computing developer)
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ZIN Product Number: 407756
Size: 120 capsules
Weight: 0.68 lbs (0.31 KG)
Size (inches): 2.56" X 2.56" X 12.24"
Size (cm): 6.5 cm X 6.5 cm X 31.1 cm
Traditional Uses: Immunity, Tumors
Ingredients: Convolvulus Arvensis (500 mg)
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Maltodextrin
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C-Statin is an anti-angiogenesis product designed to block new blood vessel growth. C-Statin is a group of proteoglycan molecules (PGM) isolated from Bindweed (Convulvulus arvensis,) a common garden weed.
C-Statin is a proprietary extract of Convolvulus Arvensis that contains high concentrations of active PGM's that have been shown to exhibit angiogenesis inhibition. This powerful formula is invaluable in the fight against tumor illnesses.
Curiously, C-Statin is registered as a food supplement. It was developed by Neil Riordan, Founder and president of the Aidan Clinic in Tempe, Arizona.
C-Statin has an interesting history.
In 1994 a woman walked into a clinic in Wichita, Kansas (run by Neil's father) wanting to tell her story. She was a 57 year-old who had immunity issues. Her mother had also had immunity issues and. She said she found herself a shaman/healer who said, "Here, take this tincture from this plant." She took it for 2 years and her immunity levels improved. Her doctor, of course, claimed it to be an "act of God." She was still taking her "convolvulus tincture," seven years after her initial problem and she just wanted to tell her story to someone.
The plant turned out to be the Convolvulus Arvensis, or Field Bindweed. It grows all over America and is considered a pest.
Neil began testing this plant for it's immunity boosting properties. He tested it to see if it had any immunostimulant properties; perhaps it stimulated the immune system to kick into high gear and improve health. He did find that it was immunosupportive, but not to any degree that would account for this lady's dramatic results. Next he tested it to see if it stopped the growth of new blood vessels. and bingo, that was it.
Interestingly enough, there are antiangiogenesis chemicals in our bodies already. Let's face it, after we are fully grown, we don't need new blood vessels continually growing in our bodies, so these chemicals kick in to stop their growth. We have still other chemicals in our body to kick in the growth of new blood vessels in case we should need them, as in the case of an injury or a pregnancy.
C-Statin is just one of Neil's patented formulas. It comes from the isolated PGMs (proteoglycan molecules) of the Bind Weed that are responsible for this action. It is sold only to healthcare professionals, though, as stated previously, it is registered as a food supplement. It is one of the therapies offered at the Aidan Clinic.
C-Statin can be taken orally, as we see from this lady's testimonial, but it is usually administered intravenously for the best results. Also, it should be noted that not all tumors flourish by the growth of new blood vessels thus, at the Aidan Clinic, each patient gets therapy designed specifically for that person.
C-Statin History is copyright 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, Wellness Directory of Minnesota.
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|munckin - October 20, 2008, 11:55||#10001779|
|Hi i am on my 4th session of chemo for recurrant ovarian, which is now in my spleen and pelvis, my CA125 count has gone down from 250 to 28.5. i also have a small tumour in my neck which has reduced in size, but this has already invaded blood vessels, and so this is hopefully were Angiogenessis inhibitors will prevent those cells growing up and forming tumours, so if statin is to prevent blood vessels and starve the tumours does it have any lasting effects on the body and side effects and can it be taken while on chemo!|
|Kathleen - May 21, 2006, 08:58||#10000555|
|MY FATHER HAS A STOMACH TUBE, CAN THE CAPSULES,BE DISSOLVED, IS THERE A LIQUID FORM,WHAT ABOUT A IV FORM.|
|ZooScape Moderator - June 7, 2006, 15:27||#10001433|
|The C-Statin gelatin capsules can be pulled apart to access the powdered ingredient. This powder can then be dissolved in water to make a liquid formula. I haven't tried this technique with C-Statin, so I can't say for sure if the powder will be perfectly dissolved or not, or how easily it could be fed through a stomach tube. I have not seen C-Statin in anything but capsule form.|
|Iesus - April 24, 2006, 19:40||#10000149|
|I HAVE PROSTATE PROBLEMS SINCE JUL/02, AND HAVE BEEN ON WATCHFUL WAITING. sO FAR THERE HAS BEEN NO APPARENT SYMPTOMS. FURTHER i HAVE HYPERTENSION AND NOW DIABETES ONE AND INSULIN DEPENDANCY. lAST YEAR i HAD A HEART CATERIZATION AND STENT WAS ALSO PUT IN. i ASKED MY DOCTOERS THEY DID NOT HAVE ANY OPION. i ALSO HAVE KIDNEY TRANSPLANT SINCE JUL/96 AND TAKE IMMUNO SUPPRESSANT MDICINES. WOULD YOU RECOMMEND THAT i COULD TAKE C-STATINS OR NOT. i WOULD APPECIATE TO HEAR. i AM NOW 67Thx|
|ZooScape Moderator - April 26, 2006, 11:35||#10001303|
|It sounds like you have a lot to deal with, and for that we wish you the best of luck in the management and hopeful improvement of your state of health. C-Statin is not something that we carry. The decision whether or not to try should be made only after thoughtful and informative consultation with your healthcare provider. It is not a decision that we are qualified to make, or even one that we would feel comfortable making. Your healthcare provider will be able to formulate a program that is best-suited for you, taking into account the full scope of your health condition and history, while identifying any potential conflicts or interactions of medication and supplements within that program.|
The best we can do is pass on some useful information to you about C-Statin. Ultimately, however, the decision is yours and information is extremely valuable in considering any health condition. The more information, the more options, and the more you can regain some sense of control over your situation, the better. If you are not getting helpful answers or opinions from your doctors, or if they simply do not know, please look elsewhere and search out qualified practitioners who can make you aware of the many options that are out there. Getting information from as many sources as possible is your right and certainly one of your best weapons.
C-Statin is a group of proteoglycan molecules (PGM) isolated from Bindweed (Convulvulus arvensis), a common garden weed. Its actions are anti-angiogenesis meaning it inhibits the production of new blood vessels (As tumors grow, they secrete substances that promote new blood vessel growth). It may also have the added benefit of enhancing immunity. The combination of angiogenesis inhibiting compounds plus immuno-stimulants may be responsible for its potential, but not conclusive, tumor-shrinking effects. A few animal and in vitro studies have shown some promise, but results with humans fall under the category of anecdotal evidence. In short, it shows a lot of promise, but further studies are necessary.
A group of proteoglycan molecules (PGMs) isolated from the plant Convolvulus arvensis have been shown to exhibit potent angiogenesis inhibition. PGMs have been tested using a chick chorio-allantoic membrane (CAM) assay and at non-toxic concentrations were able to halt new blood vessel growth and formation
C-Statin is a proprietary extract of Convolvulus arvensis that contains high concentrations of active PGMs.
- NEUROIMMUNOMODULATION 1999 JUL-AUG; 6(4): 261-83.
- U.S. PATENT PENDING, 2000 MENG ET AL.
- IMMUNOLOGY 2000 JAN; 99(1): 1-7.
- SCANNING MICROSC 1995 MAR; 9(1): 159-73.
- PIZZORNO JE, MURRY, M. A TEXTBOOK OF NATURAL MEDICINE. BASTYR UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS; BOTHELL, WA 1996.
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- MOL CELL BIOCHEM 1999 JUN; 196(1-2): 99-108.
Take 2 to 6 capsules daily or as directed by a health care professional.
Field Bindweed Convolvulus arvensis extract (leaves) - 125 mg
Other ingredients: Gelatin capsule, ascorbyl palmitate.
Not intended for use by pregnant or lactating women. If you are recovering from a recent surgery, or have a heart or circulatory condition, seek the advice of a health professional before using this product. Store in a cool, dry place.
No toxicity has been noted at normal doses.
Patients with cardiovascular disease should use caution and only use this product with a physician's supervision.
KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
The Aidan Clinic is a research-based facility that provides state-of-the-art complementary therapies to people with compromised immunity systems. Our goal is to provide the best non-toxic integrative and alternative care.
Aidan has developed and pioneered a unique approach designed to help stimulate a person's own immune system to recognize and attack tumor cells. Our philosophy includes the belief that defective or inadequate antigen (cell surface information) presentation and inadequate T cell recognition of tumor cells are the root cause of the development of most malignancies. We also strongly believe that people with malignancies can have a much higher requirement of vitamin C and that vitamin C, given in adequate intravenous doses, can exert potent anti-tumor effects.
We further believe that the use of effective inhibitors of angiogenesis (new blood vessel growth) is a useful anti-tumor strategy by itself and enhances the effectiveness of immune-based therapies.
Clinical research has shown that there are five basic anti-tumor strategies:
- Direct cytoxicity (cell killing)
- Angiogenesis inhibition (cutting off blood supply to tumors)
- Apoptosis induction (programmed cell death)
- Redifferentiation (cells revert back to normal)
- Immune system boosting
Our goal is to induce your body to achieve these anti-tumor effects through a combination of safe, non-toxic therapies.
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I think that these type of medecine using angiogenesis inhibitor should be the most and only effective killing tumor cells in fact,
by keeping them of oxygen and nutriments ,
in fact the tumor cells will going to disapear by strangulation .
(Profession: computing developer)
-- March 2, 2005
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