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Amino Acids that are essential and other supplemental support

Pharmaceutical Grade TYROSINE
Often called the stress amino acid. Precursor to
catecholamines ® epinephrine ® norepinephrine
® dopamine ® dopa. Helps support a positive
mood. Assists in normal brain function and
supplier of neurotransmitters. Helps support
normal blood pressure. Precursor of thyroid
hormones. Involved in tissue pigmentation.
Contains no binders, coatings, or colorings.
Free of the most common allergens such as corn,
soy, wheat, yeast, rice, lactose, milk, citrus, or

Note: Tyrosine should not be taken with MAO
and tricyclic antidepressants, or when a
cancerous melanoma is present or history of
cancerous melanoma.
Contents: Vitamin C (as Ascorbyl Palmitate) 8
mg, Tyrosine 850 mg, Gelatin Capsules.

Glutamine, Super – 120 g powder Glutamine is
the third most abundant amino acid in the blood
and brain. It is an inhibitory neurotransmitter that
acts as a precursor for GABA, the anti-anxiety
amino acid. Glutamine crosses the blood-brain
barrier where it helps increase energy and mental
alertness. It helps the brain dispose of waste
ammonia, a protein breakdown byproduct.
Glutamine’s most important function is
strengthening the immune system due to its
effects on increasing white blood cells. It also
aids other immune cells in killing bacteria, healing
wounds and maintaining and supporting
Glutathione, an important antioxidant. The main
nutrient needed for intestinal repair is glutamine,
which can work with Leaky-Gut syndrome. It is a
tasteless powder that can help curb sugar and
alcohol cravings. Children born with a Glutamine
deficiency are more prone to alcoholism later in
life. Glutamine also is one of the most potent
Growth Hormone stimulators. In Dr. Richard
Klatz’s book, Grow Young with HGH, Dr.
Giampapa is quoted reporting that two grams of
glutamine are more potent than one gram of
Arginine, Ornithine and Lysine combined.

GABA – 750 mg, 60 Caps Dr. Candace Pert,
Pharmacologist, discovered the GABA receptor
sites throughout the brain and body. Nicknamed
“The Anti-Anxiety Amino Acid,” this is an
inhibitory neurotransmitter that the brain uses to
stop the endless cycle of stress, which is so
common in today’s world. While there is no such
thing as a tranquilizer deficiency, most people
who have abused refined carbohydrates
(especially alcohol and sugar) as well as those
who have been chronically emotionally or
mentally fatigued are greatly lacking in this
nutrient. GABA can be of great help in those who
can’t get to sleep because of an overly stimulated
mind. Many allopathic anti-depressants have the
effect on the human body of substituting
depression for irritability, which is why some
people are given prescriptions for tranquilizers
along with anti-depressants. This nutrient may
greatly help. Remember that GABA requires BComplex
Vitamins for its proper assimilation.
Contents: 750 mg, Glycine (25 mg), Gelatin

 B12 Methylcobalamin for brain function
and depression, confusion, mental instability
alzheimers benefit too.

1000mcg 100 lozenges
give two to three to start to see if
that smaller dosage will do the trick


Herbal Support by Pure Herbs

ADDICTIONS: Bee Pollen, Brain & Nerve Cocktail-W, Brewer's Yeast,
Indian Tobacco, Kudzu, Rice Bran.
ALCOHOLIC DELIRIUM (D.T.'S): All Cells Salts, Bee Pollen,
Brain & Nerve Cocktail-W, Brewer's Yeast, Catnip, Rice Bran,
Siberian Ginseng, White Oak Bark.
DELIRIUM TREMENS (Alcoholic Terrors): All Cells Salts, Bee Pollen,
Brain & Nerve Cocktail-W, Brewer's Yeast, Passion Flower, Rice Bran.
DRUGS: Catnip, Chamomile, Indian Tobacco.
HANGOVER: All Cells Salts, Bee Pollen, Black Cohosh, Brewer's Yeast,
Herbal Adjustment, Ol' Number 11, Rice Bran, Sassafras, Siberian Ginseng.
REVERSE ALCOHOL ABUSE: Brain & Nerve Cocktail-W, Gold Thread,
Kudzu, Milk Thistle.
TOBACCO: Catnip, Chamomile, Indian Tobacco.

Borage Seed Oil:
(Starflower Oil)
Many alcoholics are found to be deficient in the omega-6 fatty acid, gamma-linolenic acid (GLA). GLA is a precursor for the body’s production of a short-lived hormone named prostaglandin E1 (PGE1). Increasing PGE1 levels has been found to reduce the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal in alcoholics and most alcoholics are found to be deficient in PGE1. Borage seed oil is an excellent source of GLA. The GLA content of borage seed oil also helps to protect the liver from the damage inflicted by alcohol.
500 - 1,500 mg per day.
Blackcurrant Seed Oil and Evening Primrose Oil are alternative sources of GLA (18% and 10% respectively, compared to evening primrose oil’s content of 24% GLA).

Magnesium alleviates many of the side effects of alcoholism and alleviates the withdrawal symptoms associated with the cessation of alcohol consumption in alcoholics. Alcoholics are often found to be severely deficient in magnesium. It can reduce the incidence of delirium tremens in alcoholics and improve liver and heart function in alcoholics.
200 - 500 mg per day.

Most alcoholics are found to be deficient in zinc. Zinc is involved in the detoxification of alcohol. It is a precursor for an enzyme named alcohol dehydrogenase that helps to detoxify alcohol.
Animal studies have confirmed the ability of supplemental zinc to reduce the toxic effects of alcohol and to reduce the craving for alcohol.
50 mg per day.

Folic Acid:
Most alcoholics are found to be deficient in folic acid. Supplementing with folic acid helps to overcome this deficiency.
400 mcg per day.

Vitamin B5:
Vitamin B5 is useful in the treatment of alcoholism. It protects the liver from many of the toxic effects of alcohol. In addition vitamin B5 supplementation reduces the adverse effects of alcohol’s toxic byproduct, acetaldehyde.
1,000 - 2,000 mg per day.

Vitamin C:
Vitamin C counteracts many of the negative effects of alcohol and accelerates the clearance of alcohol from the blood. When vitamin C is taken prior to or while consuming alcohol, its antioxidant effects help to prevent alcohol-induced damage to the liver (such as fatty liver and cirrhosis).
Most (90% of) alcoholics are found to be deficient in vitamin C. When consumed prior to or during alcohol consumption, vitamin C helps to minimize hangovers.

1,000 - 3,000 mg per day.

Taurine reduces the toxicity of alcohol. This occurs from taurine accelerating the clearance of alcohol’s toxic metabolite, acetaldehyde from the body. It is recognized in medical circles that most of the toxic effects of alcohol occur, not from alcohol itself, but from its metabolite, acetaldehyde. Taurine activates an enzyme (named acetaldehyde dehydrogenase) that detoxifies acetaldehyde. Clinical studies have found that taurine reduces the elevation of acetaldehyde levels that normally occur after alcohol intake.
In one study, supplemental taurine was found to inhibit the ability of alcohol to increase blood pressure.
500 - 6,000 mg per day.

Glutamine reduces the craving for alcohol and protects the liver from alcohol-induced damage.
Clinical studies conducted during the 1950s indicate that 90% of alcoholics who received supplemental glutamine find that it reduces their desire to drink.
2,000 - 4,000 mg per day.

Soybean Extract:
Soybeans contain an isoflavonoid named daidzein that helps to reduce the craving for alcohol.
In one rat study, daidzein caused a 75% decrease in voluntary alcohol consumption after 24 hours.
Some soybean extracts are standardized to contain up to 18.5% daidzein (together with other isoflavones such as genistein).
The herb, Kudzu also contains high levels of daidzein.
Some Soy Protein products contain daidzein.

Vitamin B1:
Vitamin B1 counteracts many of the toxic effects of alcohol and its toxic byproduct acetaldehyde. It converts alcohol to carbon dioxide and water. Many alcoholics are deficient in vitamin B1 as alcohol impairs the absorption and storage of vitamin B1. In rats, vitamin B1 supplementation has been found to protect neurons in the brain against the oxidative damage caused by alcohol.
100 - 500 mg per day.

Vitamin B3:
The nicotinic acid form of vitamin B3 reduces the craving for alcohol.
500 mg per day (of the nicotinic acid form of vitamin B3).

Hops are claimed to reduce the craving for alcohol.
1,500 - 3,000 mg per day (using hops capsules/tablets).
3 - 6 ml per day (using 1:2 hops fluid extract or tincture).

Kudzu helps to diminish the craving for alcohol by influencing areas of the nervous system that control the craving for alcohol. This has been confirmed in studies performed on hamsters and rats. Isoflavonoids in kudzu lower blood alcohol levels and shorten sleep time induced by alcohol ingestion.
60 - 360 mg per day (using standardized kudzu capsules/tablets).
3 - 10 ml per day (using kudzu fluid extract or tincture).
Soybean Extract contains similar active ingredients (isoflavones) to kudzu.

Trimethylglycine inhibits the ability of alcohol to cause fatty liver - a common problem in alcoholics.
2,000 - 4,000 mg per day.

Carnitine inhibits the ability of alcohol to cause fatty liver.
1,000 - 2,000 mg per day.

Cysteine helps to protect the liver and the brain from alcohol-induced damage. The N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC) form of cysteine has been demonstrated in a recent study to significantly reduce alcohol-induced generation of free radicals by increasing the body’s levels of one of its natural antioxidants, glutathione.
1,000 - 3,000 mg per day (using L-cysteine).
1,000 - 2,000 mg per day (using the N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC) form of cysteine).
When taking cysteine or NAC it is recommended that you also take three times as much vitamin C (i.e. 1,800 - 5,400 mg) at the same time in order to prevent the degradation of cysteine or NAC within the body.

Melatonin protects the digestive system (especially the duodenum and the stomach) from the toxic effects of alcohol consumption. This occurs from the strong antioxidant effects of melatonin. Alcohol has been demonstrated to interfere with nighttime melatonin secretion.
1 - 3 mg per night. Do not consume melatonin during the daytime, as it is a powerful sedative.

The phosphatidylcholine content of lecithin inhibits the ability of alcohol to cause gastric ulcers, liver damage, pancreas damage and pancreatitis.
10,000 - 25,000 mg per day (10 - 25 grams per day).

Milk Thistle:
Milk thistle contain a group of polyphenols collectively known as silymarin that protect the liver from the toxic effects of alcohol. Silymarin may also reverse existing liver damage caused by prior alcohol consumption. In one study silymarin treatment resulted in the normalization of serum liver enzymes and total bilirubin levels in alcoholic liver disease patients.
200 - 1,000 mg per day (using milk thistle capsules/tablets that have been standardized to contain 70% to 80% of the active ingredient, silymarin).
It is desirable to take milk thistle as three equally divided doses during the day.

Korean Ginseng:
Korean ginseng protects the liver from alcohol damage by accelerating the clearance of alcohol from the blood. Compounds in Korean ginseng named ginsenosides help to prevent the alcohol-induced destruction of neurons in a region of the brain known as the cerebellum. The cerebellum helps to control the sense of balance and coordination.
The short-term (up to three months) dosage for unstandardised Korean ginseng is 1,000 - 2,000 mg per day or 300 - 400 mg per day for Korean ginseng products that have been standardized in terms of their ginsenosides content.
If Korean ginseng is used for periods of more than three months continuously the daily dosage (for unstandardised Korean ginseng) is reduced to approximately 500 - 1,000 mg per day or 100 - 200 mg per day if using standardized Korean ginseng.

Gotu kola:
Gotu kola has been found to be an effective treatment for alcohol-induced cirrhosis of the liver. Many alcoholics are afflicted with this severe liver ailment.
The usual dosage of crude, dried gotu kola leaf for therapeutic purposes is 2,000 - 6,000 mg per day.
The usual therapeutic dosage of 1:5 tincture of gotu kola is 10 - 20 ml per day.
The standard recommended dosage of gotu kola capsules/tablets is 600 - 1,200 mg per day for products that are standardized to contain 10% of the active ingredients, triterpenic acids.

Studies conducted on rats have confirmed that Picrorrhiza helps to reverse liver damage caused by chronic alcohol consumption.
The usual therapeutic dosage of Picrorrhiza (for products standardized to contain 4% of the active ingredient, kutkin) is 450 - 1,500 mg per day. Most people experience benefits using 1,200 mg per day.

Green Tea:
Green tea helps to protect the liver from the toxic effects of alcohol consumption
The therapeutic dosage of green tea capsules or tablets depends on the content of the active ingredients, tea polyphenols. The optimal dosage of tea polyphenols for therapeutic purposes is 240 - 320 mg per day.
For green tea capsules standardized to contain 83% tea polyphenols, one x 280 mg green tea Extract capsule would contain 232 mg of tea polyphenols.
For green tea capsules standardized to contain 52% tea polyphenols, three x 200 mg green tea extract capsules would contain 312 mg of tea polyphenols.

Siberian Ginseng:
In one study, Russian scientists secretly added Siberian ginseng to vodka being drunk by thousands of drinkers. After eight months of drinking vodka “spiked” with Siberian ginseng alcohol consumption declined and less alcohol-induced damage was observed. Drinkers receiving Siberian ginseng experienced fewer illnesses and their work productivity increased.
The most commonly recommended therapeutic dosage for Siberian ginseng (20:1 concentration, containing at least 1% Eleutheroside E) is 300 mg - 600 mg per day.
For un-concentrated (i.e. 1:1) Siberian ginseng, this would equate to 6,000 - 12,000 mg per day.
The usual therapeutic dosage of 1:5 tincture of Siberian ginseng is 30 - 60 ml per day (taken as three divided doses of 10 - 20 ml each).
The usual therapeutic dosage of 1:1 fluidextract of Siberian ginseng is 6 - 12 ml per day (taken as three divided doses of 2 - 4 ml each).

Chilies contain an alkaloid named capsaicin that inhibits the ability of alcohol to damage the stomach.
2,500 – 4,000 mg per day.

Activated charcoal may be useful for detoxifying alcohol and may reduce the withdrawal symptoms and craving for alcohol in alcoholics.
10 - 20 grams per day.
The ability of charcoal to adsorb beneficial nutrients and pharmaceutical drugs can be minimized by avoiding charcoal use two hours prior to and two hours after the ingestion of pharmaceutical drugs, supplements and food.

Vitamin E:
Vitamin E, when consumed prior to or during alcohol consumption has been found to reduce the ability of alcohol to cause fatty liver and to inhibit the damage inflicted on the heart by alcohol.
Most alcoholics are found to be deficient in vitamin E.
400 - 800 IU per day.

Preliminary reports suggest that supplemental NADH protects the liver from the toxic effects of alcohol.
2.5 - 5 mg per day (taken in the morning on an empty stomach with a glass of water). Following NADH ingestion no food should be consumed for 30 minutes to permit the maximum absorption of NADH.

(Ribonucleic Acid)
Dr. Benjamin Frank (an acknowledged expert on the use of supplemental RNA) reported his experiences with several cases of alcoholism treated with RNA therapy. RNA treatment resulted in improved strength, improved mood, improved facial skin color, improved mental clarity and a reduction in tremors in alcoholics.
500 – 2,000 mg per day.

Several studies have shown that glycine accelerates the recovery from alcoholic liver damage.
1,000 – 8,000 mg per day.

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