Humacel

INHIBITS VIRAL ATTACHMENT TO TARGET CELLS

To Understand Humacel Treatment:

Mechanism of an Infection:

1. Virus must attach to host cell to initiate infection.

2. Fusion with cellular membrane follows, allowing the virus to inject their genomes into the host cell.

With Humacel Treatment:

1. Humacel inhibits viral attachment to target host cells by blocking the glycoproteins ( the sticky binding sites) on virus surfaces.

2. The entire process of attachment to a host cell is halted, thereby arresting viral replication.

Humacel Scientific Research: Influenza A, Influenza B, Herpes Simplex 1, and 2. Varicella Zoster, HIV, Hepatitis C, Hemorrhagic Fever Viruses, Shingles, Mononucleosis.

Humacel Safety Testing: National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Disease, National Institute of Health. All Humacel evaluated were not cytotoxic at levels at least as high as 100 mg/ml.

Bioscreen testing services – Torrance, CA: All animals tested survived the test, and the clinical observations made were not indicative of toxicity.

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Written by:
Jeff Sherman, CEO, Master Herbalist, Biochemist