are enteric coated softgels for maximum delivery without throat or stomach upset.
Don't gamble on the doses of this potent product. This is a capsule you can depend
on to have no toxic effects. Used for candida, any stomach or bowel disorders
due to infections, fibromyalgia, arthritic conditions, and a host of others. It
has also been shown to have pain reducing properties. Ingredients: Oregano Oil
(55% Carvacrol) - 181 mg., Ginger Oil - mg., Fennel Oil - mg. Dose: 2
- two or three times daily with meals. rEG. $
$ $ $ HHA PROSTATE SUPPORT - 90 softgels Use this for all male reproductive disorders. We have had exceptional results with this product for enlarged prostate and all prostate disorders when used with the 4-Herb tea. Ingredients: TWO softgels contain: Saw Palmetto Berry Extract - 160 mg., Pygeum Africanum Bark Extract (13%) - 10 mg., Stinging Nettle Root Extract - 250 mg., Pumpkin Seed Oil - 950 mg., Lycopene - 3 mg., Vitamin B6 - 10 mg., Zinc - 30 caps- twice per day
$ $ $ HHA PYCNOGENOL - 60 caps - 30 mg. Very potent antioxidant - supplement for all types of cancer and immune system failures. Ingredients: Pycnogenol (Pine Bark Extract) - 30 mg., Citrus Bioflavanoids (40% hesperidin) - 300 mg. Dose - 2 - 3 times a day.
$ $ $ RADICAL RAIDERS - 100 caps. Super Daily Antioxidant! A, E, C, Green Tea, COQ10, Pycnogenol, and more. Ingredients: 3 Capsules contain: Vit A. 25,000 IU, Vit. E - 400 IU., Vit. C - 500 mg., Selenium - 50 mcg., Zinc - 50 mg., COQ10 - 3000 mcg., Pycnogenol - 3000 mcg., Citrus Bioflavanoides - 50 mg., Quercitin - 30 mg., L-Glutathione - 3000 mcg., N-Acetyl-cysteine - 100 mg., Green Tea Extract - 3000 mcg., Bilberry Extract - 30 mg. All in natural base: Broccoli, Spirulina, Chlorella, Barley Juice Powder and Citrus Fiber. Dose: 3-6 daily
$ HHA RESPIR 8 - 60 tablets
Itraconazole is pharmacologically distinct from other azole antifungal agents in that it is the only inhibitor in this class that has been shown to inhibit both the hedgehog signaling pathway   and angiogenesis .   These distinct activities are unrelated to inhibition of the cytochrome P450 lanosterol 14 alpha-demethylase and the exact molecular targets responsible remain unidentified. Functionally, the antiangiogenic activity of itraconazole has been shown to be linked to inhibition of glycosylation, VEGFR 2 phosphorylation,  trafficking,  and cholesterol biosynthesis pathways.  Evidence suggests the structural determinants for inhibition of hedgehog signaling by itraconazole are recognizably different from those associated with antiangiogenic activity.