Sulfad

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active ingredients:
Glucuronic acid ester of glycyrrhetinic acid
Coniferyl-taxifoline lignan
Mono desmethoxy curcumin
Dicaffeoyl quinic acid

main use as Liver Support
manafactured by Landpharma, Italy

action:
antioxident
Oxidative stress is defined as structural and/or functional injury produced in tissues by the uncontrolled formation of pro-oxidant free radicals.
Silibinin preserves the functional and structural integrity of hepatocyte membranes by preventing alterations of their phospholipid structure and by restoring alkaline phosphatase and Gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase activities.
Cynarin play a major role in the prevention of oxidative damage to hepatocyte membranes

Liver regeneration :
Silibinin produced a significant increase in the formation of ribosomes and in DNA synthesis, as well as an increase in protein synthesis.[43] Interestingly, the increase in protein synthesis was induced by silibinin only in injured livers, not in healthy controls.
As could be shown with isolated hepatocytes, Sulfad acts directly on the metabolism of the cell nucleus. Sulfad lead a normalization of the pathologically altered protein synthesis by increasing RNA synthesis.
This improvement or normalization of the plasma protein picture, having been proven in several clinical studies.

Sulfad, has been shown in different experiments to be capable of positively influencing the Kupffer cells even in the presence of the noxious factor, so that the cells are able to maintain their structure as well as their phagocytic activity. When under the effects of the Silymarin, the Kupffer cells also display an increased mitotic activity.


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Hooper Says:

i think it is the time to use Botanical Medicine ,and i think we need more clinincal studies on other products.

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alin Says:

please how can i get more information about this product
,what about the safty.

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treatpharma Says:

refere to Landpharma,Italy for more information on Sulfad

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J M seniaer Says:

it is all theories and their is no guarantee about the effect ... however i think why not to try some patient could be harmed if they kept without any medication....


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Darviate Kanti Says:

this what is called the phytopharmaceuticals and it is not considered a herbal extract , any way i used sulfad for my patients for almost one year now with excellent outcomes ,


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Khalid Says:

I used sulfad and i am satisfied with the results

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ADEEL Says:

Dear Khalid,
My doctor suggested me to take SULFAD for 30 days because my SGPT/ALT level is always above 100... Can you please share your Experience about this medicine and its positive results ... does this medicine really helps in reducing SGPT/ALT level.
Thanks

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