Code 1350 - Cansema Suppositories - 2,000 mg. x 8 units - $49.95
Code 1360 - Chelatox Suppositories - 2,000 mg. x 8 units - $69.95
Code 1370 - Neem Oil Suppositories - 2,000 mg. x 8 units - $ 8.95
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he word "suppository" means
"placed under," (Fr. "suppositoire")
and normally refers to any medicinal
that is applied to an orifice other than the mouth.
Most suppositories are designed for either rectal or
vaginal insertion, depending on the product and its
application. The benefits of suppository administration
of pharmacological, nutraceutical, and micronutrient compounds
over other delivery methods has been well-established.
Current Suppository Products
Our initial introduction
of AO Natural Suppositories, all produced in our own
manufacturing facilities, incorporates three
items, all summarized in the right column:
(1) Cansema Suppositories,
(2) Chelatox Suppositories, and
(3) Neem Oil Suppositories.
This is the suppository version of
Cansema Black Topical Salve.
The idea for the product came from a medical doctor
in Chicago (USA), who has used a diluted version of
the salve to treat colorectal cancers in friends,
family, and colleagues -- an
application, he indicates, that works quite
successfully. We do not recommend the use of this
product without the care and oversight of a physician ...
In the presence of substantial cancer growth,
this product, like its topical cousin, can produce
a substantial pain response. Additional information
on this product, including detailed directions
and ingredient declaration can be found
its own product page.
This is a cost effective solution to Medicardium, which we will continue to carry. EDTA chelation therapy is approved, even in the U.S., as a therapeutic approach to removing heavy metals, primarily lead. Its more recent and novel use: the removal of arterial plague, primarily to prevent or treat ischemia -- the biggest cause of heart disease and death in the West -- is not approved and should not be promoted as such. (Virtually all our U.S. practitioners already know this, some end users may not). Additional information on this product, including detailed directions and ingredient declaration can be found on its own product page.
We are providing this product primarily as a clinical research product for our affiliated practitioners. It is, therefore, priced accordingly. The use of neem tree oil (Azadirachta indica) in vaginal form as a prophylactic has been used for thousands of years in India (at least since the sixth century, B.C.). Our concern, of course, is that although sufficient toxicological data has been amassed to demonstrate its safety, there is insufficient data to ascertain the true extent of its ability to not only prevent pregnancy, but also STD's, as has been alleged, including bacterial (i.e. gonorrhea, syphillis, etc.) and viral (i.e. HIV, hepatitis, etc.) sources of transmission. There are, however, tests that confirm its vermifugal properties - especially against nematodes. Only the passage of time and the construction of well-designed and executed clinical tests will provide additional certainty as to its effectiveness. Additional information on this product, including detailed directions and ingredient declaration can be found on its own product page.