A Peruvian miracle in the making?
Health Food Business Magazine, Essex, England, November 2004
Have a look at www.samento.com.ec, and be amazed at what happens to people suffering from degenerative diseases when their doctor ‘goes natural’ with Samento, a TOA-free* Cat’s Claw product from Peru supplied in the UK by Rio Trading of Brighton.
Samento’s beneficial POAs have a rapid effect on the devastating Lyme disease, which has repeatedly been misdiagnosed, together with a host of debilitating diseases including diabetes, CFS, Parkinson’s, even some cancers and HIV/Aids.
Samento is an American-produced product, a tincture made by Nutramedix (as is a complementary Noni concentrate).
Speaking at a conference organized by Rio, Dr. Lee Cowden, an American clinical researcher, said Samento appears to block the neuro-toxins produced by Lyme Borreliosis and other microbial conditions. Samento and Noni may even be an antidote to some poisons through their detoxifying effect.
Dr. Cowden said he is witnessing results with hitherto untreatable microbes. Samento appeals to the medical profession in some countries because it is safe, well-tolerated and effective on chronic degenerative diseases, even Alzheimers (mercury and other heavy metal are the causative toxins). Noni is helpful for herpes and can be applied topically.
Samento has been used effectively against MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) with a large dosage of 10-20 drops up to three times a day, effective after three days, and 10 days to resolve infections that are susceptible to it.
“I am in the process of learning every day about the uses for Samento and Noni,” he said, quoting several case studies, some of which can be seen at the above website.
Dr. Andrew Wright, currently involved in research projects with Sheffield and Sunderland Universities looking at the role of bacterial infections in CFS, revealed that 60% of his patients respond very positively to Samento treatment. “It’s the best-tolerated of all therapies I offer”, he said.
_Tetracyclic Oxindole Alkaloids (TOAs), found in some Cat’s Claw products, diminish the advantages of the Pentacyclic Oxindole Alkaloids (POAs).