LifeMel Honey has been clinically studied to determine its effectiveness in decreasing side effects of patients going through chemotherapy including anaemia, severe neutropenia, and thrombocytopenia. The results of the study were published in the prestigious medical journal Medical Oncology. LifeMel was found to be both safe and effective.
The positive effects of using LifeMel Honey include:
Raising the white blood cells count
Raising the red blood cells count
Raising the haemoglobin level in the blood
Raising the blood platelets count
Supports the immune system
Improvement of the well-being
Improvement of life quality
Who can use LifeMel Honey:
Patients receiving chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments
Patients suffering from anaemia
Those seeking to boost their immune system
The Bees are fed on a combination of specific herbs. The active ingredients in LifeMel are absorbed directly in the blood. With the exception of preparing the bee-feed mixture, collecting the medicinal honey from the hive and packaging, there is no human contact in the production process, and no ingredients are added to LifeMel after the extraction of honey from the hive.
Take one teaspoonful in the morning, on an empty stomach, and one teaspoon at night before sleep. It is recommended to suck LifeMel slowly (1-2 minutes) to ensure full absorption into the bloodstream. The dosage can be increased to a maximum of 4 teaspoons a day.
The LifeMel effects will be felt after 5-10 days.
Sufferers of Diabetes should consult with their doctor about a slight increase in their insulin intake to balance the use of the LifeMel and/or diet changes such as reduced carbohydrates. People who are allergic to honey should not take LifeMel. People are waiting for an organ or bone marrow transplant, or those allergic to bee products, should not take LifeMel. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should consult their doctor. LifeMel is not to be given to children less than two years old.
Bee feeding formulas list:
Eleutherococcus Sentic (Siberian Ginseng), Taraxacum Officinale (dandelion), Ficus Carica (fig), Vaccinium Myrtillus (blueberry), Trifolium Pratense (red shamrock), Morus Alba (white mulberry), Chicorium Intybus (chicory), Beta Vulgaris (red beet), Inula Helenium (horse heal), Ribes Nigrum (blackcurrant), Melissa Officinalis (citrus melissa), Calendula Officinalis (marigold), Urtica Dioica (stinging nettle), Avena Sativa (oat), Echinacea Purpura (coneflower), Uncaria Tomen (cat’s claw).
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