Squalene contains a minimum of 20% Alkyglycerol which stimulates the bone marrow to produce new blood cells.
Bottle Contents: 60 SoftGels (500 mg, minimum 20% Alkylglycerol)
Ingredients: Shark Liver Oil
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Glycerin, Purified Water
Dosage and Use: 2 capsules 2 times daily
Time of Day: Best taken with meals
Quantity Needed for One-Month Supply: Two bottles
What it Does/How it Works:
Squalene is the main component in deep water shark liver oil. These sharks survive by dissolving oxygen in their livers which can occupy almost 25% of their bodyweight. Taking squalene helps oxygenate tissues, its useful for a wide range of complaints including cancer. We use squalene to soften the liver when it has been damaged.
The germans carrying on the work of Hans Nieper use this in their base protocol for chronic hepatitis.
Alkylglycerols are concentrated in mother’s milk, the bone marrow, the spleen, and are produced by a healthy liver. Shark Liver Oil has the highest concentration of alkylglycerols in nature.
White blood cells (WBC), red blood cells (RBC), and platelets all originate in the bone marrow and their counts are enhanced by taking alkylglycerols, which act as a growth stimulant to bone marrow stem cells.
Shark Liver Oil is used to mitigate the effects of radiation cancer treatments. It especially protects the bone marrow, skin, and all blood cells. It is also used to inhibit tumor growth directly. At Alchemist Lab we incorporate it into our protocol to lower alpha-fetoprotein levels along with Coriolus, Artemisinin, Red Clover Combination, Acetyl Glutathione, and Thymic Protein A.
Other significant uses for high alkylglycerol shark liver oils are for building sperm counts and for treating hardening of the arteries. The widespread folk lore of drinking shark liver oil for health benefits is being confirmed by medical research. PubMed which is jointly run by the NIH (National Institute of Health) and the National Library and which catalogues all medical research has over 80 entries alone for shark liver oil. The importance of PubMed is that it is non-commercial and very extensive.