Medical Director, The Shealy/Sorin Wellness Institute.
You need to know that there is a natural formula manufacturer,
censored by the government and the disease industry,
who produces side-effect-free formulas which
have been demonstrated to heal
These are the formulas that I, and many of my colleagues use to
heal “incurable” degenerative autoimmune conditions,
and they are available without a prescription from the formulator:
Use the formula as directed that pertains to your condition.
If you are unsure which formula/s to choose, contact me.
DigestaCure® AUTOIMMUNE-X® Is the Stabilized Aloe Polymannose Complex, (Immune Modulators) in pure form, found within, and functioning as The Orchestrator Molecules, in all of the other formulas below. These formulas are designed to work synergistically with one another, providing the option for compounding the physiological healing processes.
“My colleagues I have been successful with this formula against neurological and physiological conditions including memory loss, Alzheimer’s, dementia, PTSD, psychiatric disorders, depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, panic attacks, and sleep disorders. It is the only side-effect-free substance demonstrated effective against Alzheimer’s as published in The Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. Use alone or in conjunction with either formula above for 2 to 3 times the healing results. Read the Journal Study.” – Sergey Sorin, M.D.
“Use this formula to promote the replication of healthy stem-cells and the preservation of DNA telomeres, both as a health protocol, and as a pre stem cell therapy prep to increase healthy adult stem cell counts prior to harvesting. Use Stem-Cell Excell in conjunction with AUTOIMMUNE-X or Acemannan-M.D. for compounding replications.” – Sergey Sorin, M.D.
“This cream is 10 times greater in Acemannan potency than the hospitals’ trauma cream. Use AUTOIMMUNE-X internally while using AceMannaDerm topically for any skin disorder. I have watched chronic “incurable” skin disorders dissipate over varying periods of months. Use against psoriasis, rosacea, dermatitis, eczema, or any other skin issue or disorder. Do not use on open wounds, but when the wound closes, use aggressively for significant scar reduction.” – Sergey Sorin, M.D.
For the last 21 years, I have been involved in healing Autoimmune Conditions, spreading the word about healing Autoimmune Conditions, and teaching other physicians how to heal autoimmune conditions. I am able to openly teach any individual or practitioner, and spread the word that these “incurable conditions” are indeed very easily healed, because I am an independent who is not selling drugs or supplements, and who is not being compensated by any party who is. I am referring the individual and practitioner to a healing procedure, and I am charging no fees to do so.
*In some conditions, varying levels of tissue damage from the years under the autoimmune attack may remain to varying degrees. In all cases, this fact becomes a moot point, for the autoimmune attack must be eliminated as soon as possible before causing more damage in multiple areas.
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A Chemical Investigation of Aloe Barbadensis Miller; G.R. Waller, S. Mangiafico & C.R. Ritchey.
A Clinical Pilot Study Using Carrisyn in the Treatment of Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS); H. Reg McDaniel,Sue Perkins & B.H. McAnalley.
A Comparative Investigation of Methods Used to Estimate Aloin & Related Compounds in Aloes.
A Drug for all Seasons Medical and Pharmacological History of Aloe; John S. Haller, Jr., Ph.D.
A Mucilage from Aloe Vera; Elizabeth Roboz & A.J. Haagen-Smit, Shu XO and others.
A population-based case-control study of childhood leukemia in Shanghai. Cancer 1988 Aug 1; 62(3):635-44.
A Phytochemical Study of Aloe Vera Leaf; Tom D. Rowe & Lloyd M. Parks.
AIDS and the Immune System; Warner C. Greene.
ASA, Aloe Vera Rx vs. Frostbite; Charlene Laino.
Acute Oral Toxicity Study (Dawson Research Corporation).
Acute Oral Toxicity Study of Aloe vera Powder in Rats (Dawson Research Corporation).
Advances in the Immunobiology of the Skin. Implications for Cutaneous Malignancies; Margaret L. Kripke & Cynthia A. Romerdahl.
Allergy and the Immune System; Lawrence M. Lichtenstein.
Aloctin A, an Active Substance of Aloe Arborescens Miller as an Immunomodulator; Ken’ichi Imanishi.
Aloe and Other Topical Antibacterial Agents in Wound Healing (Aloe Today, Fall/Winter 1993); John P. Heggers, Ph.D.
Aloe as an Ingredient; J.A. Magnuson.
Aloe Barbadensis Extracts Reduce the Production of Interleukin-10 After Exposure to Ultraviolet Radiation; Ronald P. Pelley, Ph.D., M.D.
Aloe Can Rise to the Challenge (Article for Aloe Today – Ronald P. Pelley, Ph.D., M.D.)
Aloe Drug May Mimic AZT Without Toxicity, Medical World News, December 1987 issue, Dr. H. Reginald McDaniel.
Aloe Medicinal Substances; Dr. Wendell Winters.
Aloe Polysaccharides and Their Measurement; Ronald P. Pelley, Ph.D., M.D.
Aloe species have been reported to have several biological activities, including: immunomodulation Suzuki, et al., 1979; Yoshimoto et al., 1987; Winters et al., 1981; Yagi et al, 1985; and Saito, 1993, enhancement of wound healing (Heggars, et al., 1993) and antiinflammatory actions (Davis et al., 1989).
Aloe Vera; Alexander G. Schauss.
Aloe Vera; Alan D. Klein & Neal S. Penneys.
Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis Miller); Ivan E. Danhof, Ph.D., M.D.
Aloe Vera, Alan D. Klein, M.D., and Neal S. Penneys, M.D., Ph.D. Miami, FL; Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. Volume 18, Number 4, Part I, pgs. 714-720, April 1988.
Aloe Vera – A Natural Approach for Treating Wounds, Edema, and Pain in Diabetes; Robert H. Davis, Ph.D., Mark G. Leitner, Joseph M. Russo.
Aloe Vera and Burn Wound Healing; Teddy Kaufman, A.R. Newman & M.R. Wexler.
Aloe Vera – Aloe Vera and Cancer, Dr. Lawrence G. Plaskett, B.A., Ph.D., C. Chem., F.R.I.C., Aloe Vera Information Service, Issue 6, Biomedical Information Services, Ltd., Cornwall.
Aloe Vera and Gibberellin Anti-Inflammatory Activity in Diabetes; Robert H. Davis, Ph.D. & Nicholas P. Maro.
Aloe Vera – Aloe Vera and the Four A’s Arthritis, Atheroma, Angina and Asthma, Dr. Lawrence G. Plaskett, B.A., Ph.D., C. Chem., F.R.I.C., Aloe Vera Information Service, Issue 15, Biomedical Information Services, Ltd., Cornwall.
Aloe Vera – Aloe and its Quality Control – Checking upon the Genuineness of Products, Dr. Lawrence G. Plaskett, B.A., Ph.D., C. Chem., F.R.I.C., Aloe Vera Information Service, Issue 11, Biomedical Information Services, Ltd., Cornwall.
Aloe Vera: Aloe Vera and Cancer, Aloe Vera and the Human Immune System, Aloe Vera and the Human Digestive System, Aloe Eases Inflammation, The Healing Properties of Aloe Vera, Aloe Vera: Aloe Vera in Alternative Medicine Practice, Aloe Eases Inflammation, Dr. G. Lawrence Plaskett.
Aloe Vera and Inflammation; Robert H. Davis, Joseph M. Kabbani & Nicholas P. Maro.
Aloe Vera and Wound Healing; Robert H. Davis, Joseph M. Kabbani & Nicholas P. Maro.
Aloe Vera Anti-Viral Agent; Ruth Adams.
Aloe Vera – The Carbohydrate Fraction of Aloe, Dr. Lawrence G. Plaskett, B.A., Ph.D., C. Chem., F.R.I.C., Aloe Vera Information Service, Issue 12, Biomedical Information Services, Ltd., Cornwall.
Aloe Vera and the Human Immune System, Dr. Lawrence Plaskett, B.A., Ph.D., C. Chem., F.R.S.C., The Aloe Vera Information Service, Issue I.
Aloe Vera and the Inflamed Synovial Pouch Model; Robert H. Davis, Greta J. Stewart, Peter J. Bregman.
Aloe vera (Aloe Barbadensis Miller), Internal Uses of Aloe Vera, Potential Benefits from Orally-Ingested Internal Aloe Vera Gel, Ivan E. Danhof, Ph.D, M.D.
Aloe Vera and the Human Digestive System, Lawrence Plaskett, B.A., Ph.D., C. Chem., F.R.S.C., Biomedical Information Services, Ltd., Cornwall.
Aloe Vera and the Human Digestive System, Aloe Eases Inflammation and Aloe Vera in Alternative Medicine; Lawrence Plaskett B.A., Ph.D., C. Chem., F.R.S.C.
Aloe Vera: Fact or Quakery; David C. Spoerke & Brent R. Ekins.
Aloe Vera For Burns; William F. Kivett, M.D.
Aloe Vera Gel and its Effect on Cell Growth; William B. Bowles.
Aloe Vera Gel: What is the Evidence? Judith M. Marshall.
Aloe Vera Gel in Peptic Ulcer Therapy: Preliminary Report Julian J. Blitz, D.O., James W. Smith, D.O. & Jack R. Gerardo, D.O., Dania, Florida; Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, Vol. 62, April 1963.
Aloe Vera Goes Maquila; Tony Vindell.
Aloe Vera, Hydrocortisone, and Sterol Influence on Wound Tensile Strengh and Anti-Inflammation; Robert H. Davis, Ph.D., Joseph J. Di Donato, B.S., Richard W.S. Johnson, Christopher B. Stewart.
Aloe Vera in the Treatment of Roentgen Ulcers & Telangiectasis; Carroll S. Wright. M.D.
Aloe Vera: Internal & External First Aid.
Aloe Vera is a Good Vehicle for Estrogens; Robert H. Davis, Ph.D., Joseph J. Di Donato, B.S.
Aloe Vera – It’s Chemical and Therapeutic Properties, Ronald M. Shelton, MAJ, USAF, MC; International Journal of Dermatology, October 1991.
Aloe Vera Open Wound Healing Micro-Assay; Robert H. Davis, Ph.D., Joseph J. Di Donato, B.S.
Aloe Vera Produces Anti-Inflammatory, Immune Strengthening Effects on Skin; Steven R. Schechter, N.D.
Aloe Vera Revered, Mysterious Healer (Health Food Business Magazine – Timothy R. Fox).
Aloe Vera, Salicylic Acid & Aspirin for Burns; Azriel Frumkin, M.D.
Aloe Vera: The Healing Plant, Stephen R. Schecter, N.D.
Aloe Vera the Miraculous Healer Lee Cowden, M.D. Health Consciousness, 1992, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 25. John C. Pittman, MD. Health Consciousness, 1992, Volume 13, No. 1, pp. 28-30.
Aloe Vera Rio Grande Valley Folks Claim It’s Good for What Ails You (Texas Highways Magazine).
Aloe Vera: Witchcraft or Wonder Drug? Martha A. Walton.
Aloe Versatile (Fort Worth Star Telegram).
Aloe’s effectiveness As an Antiinflammatory Agent Dr. Hiroko Saito, Dept. of pharmacy, Aichi Cancer Center, Nagoya, Japan. Aloe Today, Spring 1993.
Aloes in the Treatment of Burns and Scalds, J.E. Crewe, Md., Rochester, Minnesota.
Aloes of the World: A Checklist, Index and Code; Trevor B.D. Harding.
Amazing Aloe – This desert plant heals skin and much more, Karen France Unruh, Reprint: Tanning Trends, May 1989.
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 40 (4 Suppl): 927-30, Oct., 1984.Nair, P., et al.
“Amino acid metabolism in pediatric patients” Nutrition 14 (1): 143-8, Imura K., Okada A (1998).
An Anti-Complementary Polysaccharide with Immunological Adjuvant Activity from the Leaf Parenchyma Gel of Aloe Vera; L.A. ‘T Hart, A.J.J. Van Den Berg, L. Kuis, H. Van Dijk & R.P. Labadie.
Ancient Herb in New Form Delivers Proven Effects; Keisuke Fujita, M.D., Ph.D., Hidenhiko Beppu, Ph.D., Kaoru Kawai, Ph.D. & Kan Shinpo, Ph.D.
Angiogenesis inhibited by drinking tea. Nature. 1999; 398:381Cao Y, Cao R.
Anthraquinone Derivatives in Vegetable Laxatives; F.H.L. van Os.
Antibradykinin Active Material in Aloe Saponaria; Akira Yagi, Nobuo Harada, Hidenori Yamada, Shuichi Iwadare & Itsuo Nishioka.
Antidiabetic Activity of Aloe Vera Juice. Clinical Trial in New cases Of Diabetes mellitus; S. Yongchaiyudha, V. Rungpitarangsi, N. Bunyapraphtsara & O. Chokechaijaroenporn.
Antidiabetic activity of Aloe Vera L.Juice II. Clinical trial in new cases of diabetes mellitus, S. Yongchaiyudha, V. Rungpitarangsi, N. Bunyapraphatsara, and O. Chokechaijaroenporn; Phytomedicine Vol. 3(3), pp. 241-243, 1996: 1996 by Gustav Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart-Jen-New York.
Anti-inflammatory Activity and Wound Healing Activity of a Growth Substance in Aloe Vera, Anti-inflammatory Activity of Aloe Vera against a Spectrum of Irritants, Aloe Vera and Inflammation, The Conductor Orchestrator Concept of Aloe Vera, Aloe Vera Open Wound Healing Micro-Assay, Robert H. Davis, Ph.D, Joseph J. Di Donato, Glenn M. Hartman, Richard C. Haas.
Anti-inflammatory Activity of Aloe Vera Against A Spectrum of Irritants; Robert H. Davis, Ph.D., Mark G. Leitner, Joseph M. Russo, Megan E. Byrne.
Anti-inflammatory activity of extracts from Aloe vera gel; Beatriz Vazquez a, Guillermo Avila a, David Segura a, Bruno Escalante b Journal Ethnopharmacology 55 (1996) 69-75.
Anti-Inflammatory, Analgesic and Wound Healing Activity of Aloe Vera; Robert H. Davis, Ph.D.
Anti-inflammatory & Wound Healing Properties of Aloe Vera, Dr. Wendell Winters, et al.
Antioxidant defense systems: the role of carotenoids, tocopherols, and thiols. Am. J. Clin. Nutr., 53:194S-200S; Di Mascio, P., M. E. Murphy, and H. Sies. (1991).
Antioxidant properties of (-)-epicatechin-3-gallate and its inhibition of Cr (VI)-induced DNA damage and Cr (IV)- or TPA-stimulated NF-Kappa B activation. Mol Cell Biochem. 2000; 206:125-132; Shi X, Ye J, Leonard SS, et al.
Antioxidants Winning the Fight for Good Health; Frank Murray.
Antioxidative Substances in Leaves of Polygonum Hydropiper; Hiroyuki Haraguchi, Kensuke Hashimoto & Akira Yagi.
Antithrombotic activities of green tea catechins and (-)-epigallocatechin gallate. Throm Res. 1999; 96:229-237; Kang WS, Lim IH, Yuk DY, et al.
Antiviral Activity of Aloe Extracts Against Cytomegalovirus; Dr. Wendell Winters.
Autoimmune Diseases; Lawrence Steinman.
Bacteriostatic Property of Aloe Vera; Lorna J. Lorenzetti, Rupert Salisbury, Jack Beal & Jack N. Baldwin.
Basis of Aloe Certification; Yin-Tung Wang, Ph.D.
Beneficial Effect of Aloe on Wound Healing in an Excisional Wound Model; Dr. Wendell Winters.
Beneficial Effects of Aloe in Wound Healing; John P. Heggers, Ronald P. Pelly & Martin C. Robson.
Beneficial Effects of Aloe on Wound Healing in an Excisional Wound Model; John P. Heggers, Ahmet Kucukcelebi, Dimitri Listengarten.
Beta-sitosterol, a plant sterol, induces apoptosis and activates key caspases in MDA-MB-231 human breast cancer cells. Oncol Rep. 2003; 10(2):497-500. (PubMed); Awad AB, Roy R, Fink CS.
Beta-sitosterol activates the sphingomyelin cycle and induces apoptosis in NCaP human prostate cancer cells. Nutr Cancer. 1998;32(1):8-12. (PubMed); von Holtz RL, Fink CS, Awad AB.
Biochemical Properties of Carboxypeptidase in Aloe Arborescens Miller Var. Natalensis Berger; Shosuke Ito, Ryo Teradaira, Hidehiko Beppu, Masafumi Obata & Keisuke Fujita.
BIOFLAVINOIDS AND POLYPHENOLS: MEDICAL APPLICATIONS. Brian E. Leibovitz, Ph.D and Jennifer Ann Mueller, B.S.
Biological Activity of Aloe Vera; R.H. Davis.
Biological Standardization of Aloe Vera; Robert H. Davis, Ph.D.
Biologically Active Constituents of Leaves and Roots of Aloe Arborescens var. Natalensis; Toshifumi Hirata & Takayuki Suga.
Botanical Science Helps to Develop a New Relief For Human Suffering; Claud L. Horn.
Bradykinin-Degrading Glycoprotein in Aloe Arborescens var. Natalensis; Akira Yagi, Nobou Harada, Koichiro Shimomura & Itsuo Nishioka.
Bradykinninase Activity of Aloe Extract; Keisuke Fujita, Ryoji Teradaira & Toshiharu Nagatsu, Keisuke Fujita, Yasuo Yamada, Keizou Azuma & Susumu Hirozawa.
Cancer-Fighting Foods (Harvard Health Letter).
Cancer prevention by carotenoids. Mutat. Res., 402:159-163; Nishino, H. (1998)
Cancer Study Finds Sunscreen is Poor Shields; Gautam Nalk.
Carbohydrate Polymers From Aloe Ferox Leaves; Wilfred T. Mabusela, Alistair M. Stephen & Marthinus C. Botha.
Carotenoids: an overview. Meth. Enzymol., 213: 3-13; Pfander, H. (1992).
Carotenoids and the immune response. J. Nutr., 119:112-115; Bendich, A. (1989).
Carotenoid content of fruits and vegetables: an evaluation of analytic data. J. Am. Diet. Assoc., 93:284-296; Mangels, A.R., J.M. Holden, G.R. Beecher, M.R. Forman, and E. Lanza. (1993).
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Carrington Gets USDA Approval to Market Drug to Veterinarians (The Dallas Morning News – Joe Simnacher).
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Changes of blood pressure in spontaneously hypertensive rats dependent on the quantity and quality of fat intake. Biomed.Biochim.Acta 1985; 44:1491-505; Moritz V, Singer P, Forster D, Berger I, Massow S.
Changes of N-6 and N-3 fatty acids in spontaneously hypertensive (SHR) and normotensive rats after diets supplemented with alpha-linolenic or eicosapentaenoic acids. Prostaglandins Leukot.Med. 1987;28:183-93; Singer P, Berger I, Gerhard U, Wirth M, Moritz V, Forster D.
Characteristics of Polysaccharides of Aloe Barbadensis Miller: Part III-Structure of an Acidic Oligosaccharide; Gaurhai Mandal, Rina Ghosh & Amalendu Das.
Chemical Characterization of the immunomodulating polysaccaride of Aloe Vera L; Jimmy Tai-Nin Chow, David A. Williamson, Kenneth M. Yates, Warren J. Goux.
Chemical Studies of Aloe Vera Juice II; G.D. Bouchy & Gunnar Gjerstad.
"Clinical Severity and Thermodynamic Effects of Iron-Responsive Element Mutations in Hereditary Hyperferritinemia-Cataract Syndrome." Journal of Biological Chemistry 274 (1999): 26439–26447; Allerson, Charles R., M. Cazzola, and Tracey A. Rouault.
Comparative Studies of Aloe From Commercial Sources; Todd Waller.
Conformational Studies of Natural Products. III (*)Confomration of Natural 8-C-Glucosyl-7Hydroxy-5-Methylchromones & Their Derivatives (**); Paolo Manitto, Diego Monti & Giovanna Speranza.
Considerations for use of probiotic bacteria to modulate human health. J. Nutr. 2000: 130:384S-390S. Entrez PubMed 10721912, Sanders ME.
Current Status of Quality Control of Aloe Barbadensis Extracts; R.P. Pelley, Y.T. Wang & T.A. Waller.
Designing a Personal Care Product Using Aloe Vera; Todd Waller.
Determination of the Position of the O-Acetyle Group in a B-(1-----4_-Mannan (acemannan) from Aloe Barbadensis Miller; Sukumar Manna & Bill H. McAnalley.
Dietary antioxidant intake and risk of type 2 diabetes. DIABETES CARE (2): 362-366; Montonen J, Knekt P, Jarvinen R, et al. (2004).
Dietary fat intake and risk of lung cancer: a prospective study of 51,452 Norwegian men and women. Eur J Cancer Prev 1997 Dec;6(6):540-9; Veierod MG, Laake P, Thelle DS.
Dietary fish oil normalize dyslipidemia and glucose intolerance with unchanged insulin levels in rats fed a high sucrose diet. Biochim.Biophys.Acta 1996; 1299:175-82; Lombardo YB, Chicco A, D'Alessandro ME, Martinelli M, Soria A, Gutman R.
Dietary fish oil prevents dexamethasone induced hypertension in the rat. Clin Sci.(Lond) 1985;69:691-9; Codde JP, Beilin LJ.
Dietary fish oil reduces progression of chronic inflammatory lesions in a rat model of granulomatous colitis. Gut 1990; 31:539-44; Vilaseca J, Salas A, Guarner F, Rodriguez R, Martinez M, Malagelada JR.
Dietary manipulation in experimental inflammatory bowel disease. Agents Actions 1992; Spec No:C10-C14; Guarner F, Vilaseca J, Malagelada JR.
Different Effects of Native Candida Albicans Mannan & Mannan-Derived Oligosaccharides on Antigen-Stimulated Lymphoproliferation In Vitro; Raymond P. Podzorski, Gary R. Gray & Robert D. Nelson.
Does Aloe Vera Have Strogenic Activity? Robert H. Davis, Ph.D., Joseph J. Di Donato, B.S.
Effect of Aloe Barbedensis & Clofibrate on Serum Lipids in Triton-Induced Hyperlipidaemia in Presbytis Monkeys; V.P. Dixit & Suresh Joshi.
Effect of Aloe Extract on Peripheral Phagocytosis in Adult Bronchial Asthma, Takao Shida, Akira Yagi, Hiroshi Nishimura, and Itsuo Nishioka; Received: December 10, 1984; accepted: February 24, 1985; Planta Medica 1985.
Effect of Aloe Lectin on Deoxyribonucleic Acid Synthesis in Baby Hamster Kidney Cells; A. Yagi, K. Machii, H. Nishimura, T. Shida & I. Nishioka.
Effect of Amino Acids in Aloe Extract on Phagocytosis By Peripheral Neutrophil in Adult Bronchial Asthma, Akira Yagi.
Effect of Leaf Extracts of Aloe Arborescens Mill Subsp. Natalensis Berger on Growth of Trichophyton Metagrophytes; Keisuke Fujita, Ryoji Teradaira & Toshiharu Nagatsu, Keisuke Fujita, Yasuo Yamada, Keizou Azuma & Susumu Hirozawa.
Effect of long-term consumption of a probiotic bacterium, Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, in milk on dental caries and caries risk in children. Caries Res. 2001; 35:412-20. Entrez PubMed 11799281, Nase L, Hatakka K, Savilahti E, Saxelin M, Ponka A, Poussa T, Korpela R, Meurman JH.
Effect of long term consumption of probiotic milk on infections in children attending day care centres: double blind, randomised tiral. BMJ. 2001; 322:1327. Entrez PubMed 11387176, Hatakka K, Savilahti E, Ponka A, Meurman JH, Poussa T, Nase L, Saxelin M, Korpela R.
Effect of moderate levels of dietary fish oil on insulin secretion and sensitivity, and pancreas insulin content in normal rats. Ann.Nutr Metab 1996; 40:61-70; Chicco A, D'Alessandro ME, Karabatas L, Gutman R, Lombardo YB.
Effect of Orally Consumed Aloe vera Juice on Gastrointestinal Function in Normal Humans Jeffrey Bland, PhD, Linus Pauling Insittute of Science & Medicine, Palo Alto, California.
Effect of Preservatives on Aloe Vera Mucilage; A.H. Ghanem, A.F. Shalaby & M. Helal.
Effect of UV Irradiation on Lethal Infection of Mice with Candida Albicans; Margate L. Kripke & Y.M. Denkins.
Effects of Aloe Extracts on Human Normal and Tumor Cells in Vitro and Immunoreactive Lectins in Leaf Gel from Aloe Barbadensis Miller “Physiotherapy research”, Vol. 7, s23-s25 (1993) Wendell D. Winters W.D. Winters, R. Benevides, and W. J, Clouse Economic Botany, 35 (1), 1991, pp 89-95.
Effects of feeding various tocotrienol sources on plasma lipids and aortic atherosclerotic lesions in cholesterol-fed rabbits. FOOD RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL 35 (2-3): 245-251; Hasselwander O, Kramer K, Hoppe PP, et al. (2002).
Effects of Low Molecular Constituents from Aloe Vera Gel on Oxidative Metabolism and Cytotoxic and Bactericidal Activities of Human Neutrophils, L.A. T Hart, P.H. Nibbering, M.Th. Van Barselaar, H. van Dijk.
Effects of Ultraviolet-B Radiation on Human Health; Margaret L. Kripke, Dulloo AG, Duret C, Rohrer D, et al.
Efficacy of a green tea extract rich in catechin polyphenols and caffeine in increasing 24-h energy expenditure and fat oxidation in humans. Am J Clin Nutr. 1999; 70:1040-1045.
Enhancement of Aloe-Responsiveness of Human Lymphocytes by Acemmanan (Carrisyn); Debra Womble & J. Harold Helderman.
Enhancement of Two-Stage Skin Carcinogenesis by Exposure of Distant Skin to UV Radiation; Margaret L. Kripke, Paul T. Stickland & Donald Creasia.
Epigallocatechin gallate and gallocatechin gallate in green tea catechins inhibit extracellular release of Vero toxin from enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli. O157:H7. Biochem Biophys Acta. 1999; 1472:42-50; Sugita-Konishi Y, Hara-Kudo Y, Amano F, et al.
Evaluation of Acemannan in the Treatment of Recurrent Aphthouse Stomatitis; Jacqueline M. Plemons, Terry D. Rees, William H. Binnie, John M. Wright, Ingrid Guo & John E. Hall.
Evidence for protection against age-related macular degeneration by carotenoids and antioxidant vitamins. Am. J. Clin. Nutr., 62(suppl):1448S-1461S; Snodderly, D.M. (1995).
Experimental Use of Aloe Vera Extract in Clinical Practice; Robert B. Northway, D.V.M.
Folk Uses and Commercial Exploitation of Aloe Leaf Pulp; Julia F. Morton.
Food Technology, 47: 85-90, April 1993; Kinsella, J.E., et al.
Frostbite – Methods to Minimize Tissue Loss; J.P. Heggers, Robert L. McCauley & Martin C. Robson.
Further Studies of the Glucomannan from Aloe Vahombe (Liliaceae). II. Partial Hydrolyses & NMR 13C Studies; Farhad Radjabi-Nassab, Christine Ramiliarison, Claude Monneret & Erna Vilkas.
Gamma-Tocotrienol metabolism and antiproliferative effect in prostrate cancer cells. ANNALS OF NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 1031: 391-394; Conte E, Floridi A, Aisa C, et al. (2004).
Genotoxicity of Naturally Occuring Hydroxyanthraquinones; Johannes Westendorf, Hildegard Marquaradt, Barbara Poginsky, Marion Dominaik, Juergen Schmidt & Hans Marquardt.
Glycosylation and rheumatic disease Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine’s 5th Jenner Symposium, Axford J.S.
HPLC Analysis of Aloe – A Guarantee of Top Quality; Ronald P. Pelley, Ph.D., M.D.
Green tea and cancer chemoprevention. Mutation Res. 1999; 428:339-344; Suganuma M, Okabe S, Sueoka N, et al.
Green tea and skin -- anticarcinogenic effects. J Invest Dermatol. 1994; 102:3-7; Mukhtar H, Katiyar SK, Agarwal R.
Green tea and thermogenesis: interactions between catechin-polyphenols, caffeine and sympathetic activity. Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord. 2000; 24:252-258; Dulloo AG, Seydoux J, Girardier L, et al.
Green tea compounds inhibit tyrosine phosphorylation of PDGF beta-receptor and transformation of A172 human glioblastoma. FEBS Lett. 2000; 471:51-55; Sachinidis A, Seul C, Seewald S, et al.
Green tea polyphenols and cancer: biologic mechanisms and practical implications. Nutr Rev. 1999; 57:78-83; Ahmad N, Mukhtar H.
Green tea polyphenols (flavan 3-ols) prevent oxidative modification of low density lipoproteins: an ex vivo study in humans. J Nutr Biochem. 2000; 11:216-222; Miura Y, Chiba T, Miura S, et al.
Harper’s, Illustrated Biochemistry, 27th Edition, page 424-42, 436, 464, 618.
How Do They Grow Aloe? (Farm & Ranch Magazine).
How the Immune System Develops; Irving L. Weissman & Max D. Cooper.
How the Immune System Recognized Invaders; Charles A. Janeway, Jr.
How the Immune System Recognizes the Body; Phillippa Marrack & John W. Kappler.
Hydrogen Peroxide Metabolism in Human Monocytes During Differentiation in Vitro; Akira Nakagawara, Carl F. Nathan & Zanvil A. Cohn.
IASC Certification Healing Old Credibility Wounds (Aloe Today, Winter 1992 – Todd Waller).
Identification of Some Prostanoids in Aloe Vera Extracts; M. Afzal.
Immunological Consequences of UV-B Radiation; Margaret L. Kripke.
Immunological Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation; Margaret L. Kripke.
Immunology and Photocarcinogenesis; Margaret L. Kripke.
Immunoreactive Lectins in Leaf Gel From Aloe Barbadensis Miller; Wendell D. Winters.
Immunosuppressive Effect of Emodin, A Free Radical Generator; Huei-Chen Huang, Jin-Hsia Chang, Shiu-Feng Tung, Rong-Tsun Wu, Marie L. Foegh & Shu-Hsun Chu.
Impaired Immune Function in Patients with Xeroderma Pigmentosum; Margaret L. Kripke, Warwick L. Morison, Cora Bucana, Nemat Hashem, James E. Cleaver & James L. German.
Identification of (-)-epicatechin metabolites and their metabolic fate in the rat. Drug Metab Disp. 1999; 27:309-316; Okushio K, Suzuki M, Matsumoto N, et al.
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Processed Aloe Vera Administered Topically Inhibits Inflammation; Gregory A. Rouw.
Prostaglandins & Thromboxane; John P. Heggers & Martin C. Robson.
Prostanoid Derivatives in Thermal Injury; John P. Heggers & Martin C. Robson.
Prostate cancer chemoprevention by green tea. Semin Urol Oncol. 1999; 17:70-76; Gupta S, Ahmad N, Mukhtar H.
Purification & Characterization of a Gliuthathione Peroxidase from theAloe Vera Plant; F. Sabeh, T. Wright & S.J. Norton.
Purification & Characterization of Two Lectins from Aloe Arborescens Mill; Ikuo Suzuki, Hiroko Saito, Shigeki Inoue, Shunsuke Migita & Taijo Takahashi.
Purification of a Glutathione Peroxidase from the Aloe Vera Plant, F. Sabeh, T. Wright, & S. J. Norton.
Race is on to Develop Sugar-Based Anti-inflammatory, Antitumor Drugs; Stu Borman.
Reduced Gluthathione as an Effector of Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxylase of the Crassulacean Acid Metabolism Plant Sedum Praealtum D.C.; Yiannis Manetas and Nikos A. Gavalas.
Retardation of the Ageing Process in Rats by Food Restriction, B. P. Yu, E.J. Masoro, I. Shimokawa .
Reversal of UVB-Induced Suppression of Contact Sensitivity in C3H Mice by Topical Administration of Aloe Barbadensis Gel Extracts; Faith Strickland, Ronald Pelley, Donald Hill & Margaret Kripke.
Roentgen Dermatitis Treated with Fresh Whole Leaf Aloe Vera; C.F. Collins, D.D.S., M.D. & Creston Collins, M.S.
Say Aloe to an Age Old Remedy (Fort Worth Star Telegram).
Scientist Helps Hasten the Healing of Young and Old (Fort Worth Star – Steve Gariepy).
Screening of Natural Sources for Antiinflammatory Activity (Review); B. Sener & F. Bingol.
Secrets of Long Life, New York, Devin-Adair Publishers, 1993; Walker, Morton.
Skin Cancer Cases Climbing, Experts Say (The Dallas Morning News – Laura Bell).
Skin Penetration of Mucilage and Aloe Vera; Robert H. Davis, Ph.D.
Some External Uses of Aloe; Ivan E. Danhof, Ph.D., M.D.
Some Sunscreens may be ineffective, Study Finds (Chicago Tribune – Jan. 19, 1994 – Scripps Howard).
Soothing Succulent Aloe Vera (Texas Highway Magazine, Janet Edwards, Jan. 98).
Stabilized Aloe Vera: Effect on Human Skin Cells; Ivan E. Danhof Ph.D., M.D. & Bill H. McAnnaley, Ph.D.
Sterol transporters: targets of natural sterols and new lipid lowering drugs. Pharmacol Ther. 2005; 105(3):333-341. (PubMed) ; Sudhop T, Lutjohann D, von Bergmann K.
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Structural Studies of the Glucomannan from Aloe Vahombe; Farhad Radjabi, Claudine Amar & Erna Vilkas.
Structural Studies of the Polysaccharide from Aloe Plicatilis Miller; Berit Smestad Paulsen, Egil Fagerheim & Elna Overbye.
Structural Study of an Acidic Polysaccharide Isolated From Aloe Arborescens Mill. I. Periodate Oxidation & Partial Acid Hydrolysis; Mirjana Hranisavljevic-Jakovljevic & Jelena Miljkovic-Stojanovic.
Studies on Alysis of Organic Acids & Amino Acids in Various Aloe Species; Masaaki Ishikawa, Masatoshi Yamamoto & Toshio Masui.
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Study Shows Aloe Prolongs Life, Decreases Incidence of Disease (Nexus May/June 1997).
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Sun and Ultraviolet Ray Exposure; Margaret L. Kripke.
Targeted Delivery of Superoxide Dismutase to Macrophages Via Mannose Receptor-Mediated Mechanism, Yoshinobu Takakura, Sada Masuda, Hikeaki Tokuda, Makiya Nishikawa & Mitsuru Hashida.
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The Aloe Alternative; Bruce Magness.
The Aloe Vera Phenomenon: A review of the Properties and Modern Uses of the Leaf Parenchyma Gel; Douglas Grindlay & T. Reynolds.
The Art and Science of Burn Care; John A. Boswick, Jr., MD, FACS.
The Compounds in Aloe Leaf Exudates: A Review; T. Reynolds.
The Conductor-Orchestra Concept of Aloe Vera; Robert H. Davis, Ph.D., Scientific Advisor and Research Consultant, Aloecorp, Professor Emeritus of Physiology, Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine.
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The Drug Aloes of Commerce, With Special Reference to the Cape Species; W.H. Hodge.
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The Evaluation of Natural Substances in the Treatment of Adjuvant Arthritis; Denice C. Hanley, William A.B. Solomon, Barry Saffran & Robert H. Davis, Ph.D.
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The External Use of Aloes, J.E. Crewe, M.D.
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The Healing Power of the Aloe Vera (New Women Magazine – Bargyla Ratceaver, Ph.D.).
The How, Where, and What of Good Aloe, Dr. Reginald McDaniel.
The Immune System as a Therapeutic Agent; Hans Wigzell.
The Immunology of Skin Cancer; Margaret L. Kripke.
The Isolation of an Active Inhibitory System from an Extract of Aloe Vera; Robert H. Davis, Ph.D., William L. Parker, B.A., Richard T. Samson, B.S. & Douglas P. Murdoch, B.S., Kenneth Y. Rosenthal, Linda R. Cesario.
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The Soothing Aloe Vera Plant (Delicious Magazine, Sept. 1997 – Sue Woodard).
The Stimulation of Postdermabrasion Wound Healing with Stabilized Aloe Vera Gel-Polyethylene Oxide Dressing; James E. Fulton, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.
The Therapeutic Efficacy of Aloe Vera Cream (Dermaide Aloe) in Thermal Injuries: Two Case Reports; Lee M. Cera, John P. Heggers, Martin C. Robson, William J. Hagstrom.
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Therapy & Treatment with Aloe Vera; Frank Murray.
Three Chromone Components from Aloe Vera Leaves; Nobuyuki Okamura, Noriko Hine, Toshihiro Fujioka, Kunihide.
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Topical Effect of Aloe with Ribonucleic Acid and Vitamin C on Adjuvant Arthritis; Robert H. Davis, Ph.D., Eugene Shapiro, Patrick S. Agnew.
Treating Injuries with Aloe Vera (Runners World/Jan. 1993 – Chuck Piper w/Kevin Baxter).
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