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This dietary supplement was created for the purpose of providing a super-absorbent form of compounds with increased bioavailability. Particle reduction prepares the compounds to be further reduced and available to be absorbed in through the digestive system. Earthpulse considered the technologies emerging in the area of nanotechnology – the reduction of materials to billionth of a meter sizes. Nano-scale science is emerging as useful in several areas including pharmaceuticals and health products. Particle reduction technologies are now available which have allowed us to economically reduce the raw materials used in creating our supplements by 95-98% thus liberating the constituents in a way that yields their maximum uptake into biological systems. Our proprietary process yields material containing a significant blend of micron and sub-micron nano-particles that are small enough for the body to digest more efficiently providing consumers more usable material in every capsule.

Full-Spectrum Elements™ are a proprietary blend of seven natural compounds that have been reduced in size for maximum absorption in the body. Earthpulse nanotronic processing yields a particle size that the body can effortlessly assimilate in the body for quick and more complete utilization.

Full-Spectrum Elements™ has contains compounds that have been shown in Clinical Trials to have a particularly powerful synergistic immune-enhancing effects while also increasing overall energy. A serving size of one capsule contains 300mg of a proprietary formula consisting a blend of over 200 heteropolysacdchaides derived from the following hyphomycetes species with Colostrum:

1) Agaricus blazei - 58.5% Beta-Glucans (1-6, D-Beta Glucan). Many scientists believe that the active ingredients in Agaricus blazei are more potent than that of any other mushrooms. It has shown real promise as an immunomodulator and a defense against tumors.

Name: Also known as Murrill’s agaricus, Royal sun agaricus, and, less frequently, geesongrong and almond-flavored portobello.

Description: Range in color from off-white to light brown; the caps emerge as round “buttons” from the soil and grow in size from one to 12 inches across, depending on the strain. At first, the gills are off-white, but within days they turn pink, purple, and then black.

Habitat: Originally from a small mountain town in Brazil called Piedade, located 120 miles southeast of São Paulo; grows in the southeastern United States, although not as prolifically as in South America. It is closely related to the North American Agaricus subrufescens, which may turn out to be the same species; this in turn may be good news, since this species is cultivated and
available fresh at some local markets in the U.S.

Active ingredients: Beta-(1-3)-D-glucan; beta-(1-4)-a-D-glucan; beta-(1-6)-D-glucan; RNA-protein complex; glucomannan.

Uses: Increases production of interferon and interleukins; fights cancer metastases (uterus); reduces high blood pressure, blood glucose, cholesterol levels, and the effects of arteriosclerosis; anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic.

2) Cordyceps sinensis (hybridized)- 30% Beta-Glucans plus Deoxyadenosine and other nucleosides). The wonders of Cordyceps sinensis have been known in China for at least 1,000 years, where the mushroom is recognized as a national medicinal treasure, a precious and virtually sacred tonic. As a health supplement, it is known to increase energy and vitality. • Name: The Latin etymology of Cordyceps sinensis is as follows: cord means “club,” ceps means “head,” and sinensis means “Chinese.” The mushroom is also called the “caterpillar fungus” on account of its origin, and, less frequently, “winter worm, summer grass.”

Description: The mycelium is encased in the mummified body of the caterpillar, from which the fungus germinates. The fruit-body is capless, shaped like a blade or twig, dark brown at the base, and black at the top.

Habitat: Cordyceps is found in the mountains of Tibet, as low as 14,000 feet and up to 21,000 feet high. Interviews with a number of local collectors suggest that none had ever seen it lower than the tree line, which is now around 14,000 in Tibet. It is usually found starting about 500 feet higher than the tree line. It may grow lower in Bhutan or Nepal, but in any case, it does grow above the 14,000 foot limit. It grows in the alpine meadows of the Himalayas and other high mountain ranges of China, Tibet, and Nepal.

Active ingredients: Polysaccharides; deoxy-nucleosides (Cordycepin); other altered nucleosides such as hydroxy-ethyladenosine, which are antiviral and thought to work by a different mechanism than the deoxy-nucleosides.

Uses: Anti-asthma and bronchitis; controls atherosclerosis (cardiovascular disease); lowers cholesterol; safely and effectively controls arrhythmias; helps control diabetes; antiviral (HIV, HBV); prevents liver cirrhosis (post-hepatitis); increases stamina and fights fatigue; increases libido and sperm count.

3) Maitake (Grifola frondosa) - 28% Beta-Glucans (Protien bound Fraction extracted according to Dr. Nanba's original formula). Maitake is a delicious culinary mushroom but is also valued for its medicinal properties. Traditionally, maitake was used in Japan as a tonic to boost the immune system and increase vitality, and the mushroom was purported to prevent cancer and high blood pressure.

`• Name: Latin name, Grifola frondosa: Grifola is the name of a fungus found in Italy; frondosa means “leaflike.” Maitake means “dancing mushroom” in Japanese; also known as “Hen of the Woods” and “Sheep’s Head.”

Description: Grows in clusters; the caps, which are typically 4–5 inches across, overlap to form a sort of clump. A typical maitake cluster is the size of a volleyball.

Habitat: Maitake grows at the base of oak trees, beeches, and other dead or dying hardwoods. Favors temperate northern forests; indigenous to northeast Japan, Europe, Asia, and the eastern side of the North American continent.

Active ingredients: Beta-glucans, fractions D and MD; Grifon-D. • Uses: Helps control diabetes; helps lose weight; lowers HDL (“bad”) cholesterol; anti-HIV; helps control high blood pressure; anti-prostate and bladder cancer; protects the liver; immunomodulator.

4) Shiitake (Lentinus edodes) - 40 % Beta-Glucans (including Lentinan and the Alpha-Glucan KS-2). After the white button mushroom, shiitake is the most popular culinary mushroom in the world. The mushroom’s meaty flavor can complement almost any dish and, as it turns out, the mushroom that delights so many with its distinctive flavor is also a medicinal mushroom.

Name: Latin name, Lentinula edodes: lent means “supple,” inus means “resembling,” and edodes means “edible.” Shiitake comes from the Japanese word for a variety of chestnut tree, shita, and the word for mushroom, take. Sometimes called the “Forest Mushroom” and the “Black Forest Mushroom.” In China, known as Shaingugu (or Shiang-ku), which means “fragrant mushroom.” The name may derive from the Shii tree, Japanese for “oak”; the name shiitake would therefore mean “oak mushroom.”

Description: Cap is dark brown at first and grows lighter with age; spores are white and the edges of the gills are serrated.

Habitat: Shiitake grows on dead or dying hardwood trees (chestnut, beech, oak, Japanese alder, mulberry, and others), during the winter and spring. Native to Japan, China, the Korean peninsula, and other areas of East Asia.

Active ingredients: 1-3 beta-glucans; polysaccharide KS-2; glycoproteins (LEM, LAP); eritadenine; iron, niacin, vitamins B1 and B2.

Uses: Major anti-cancer agent in Japan (Lentinan®); anti-viral (HBV, HIV); anti-bacterial (strep throat; fights caries); protects the liver; lowers cholesterol; helps control high blood pressure.

5) Coriolus versicolor - 40% Beta-Glucans (including polysaccharides P and K). Coriolus versicolor was first recorded during the Ming Dynasty of China3, and subsequently in a 1965 Japanese report of a patient with stomach cancer who benefited from drinking a tea, Saru-no-koshikake, that contained this mushroom. Subsequent laboratory and animal research identified the source of the tea’s anti-tumor effects to be two polysaccharides.

Laboratory and animal studies have further defined the antitumor, antimicrobial, antiviral and immune enhancing properties in both PSK and another protein-bound polysaccharide known as polysaccharide-protein complex (PSPC or PSP). Prevention and cancer control properties of PSK have been associated with its antioxidant and free radical scavenging properties in vitro and in vivo. PSK has demonstrated prevention of chemically induced DNA damage (sister chromatid exchanges) and subsequent tumors due to chemicals, radiation or other causes.

PSK also seems to work in multiple steps of the malignant process by inhibiting adhesion, invasion, motility, and metastatic growth of tumor cells in animal models of cancer. Adhesion and invasion are inhibited by suppression of cell matrix-degrading enzyme production by malignant cells. Motility of malignant cells and subsequent attachment to blood vessels are inhibited by suppression of tumor-cell induced platelet aggregation and anti-angiogenic factors. PSK has also induced apoptosis (programmed cell death) in lymphoma, leukemia and pancreatic cells.

Immune responsiveness of the host does not appear to be affected by PSK under normal conditions, but immune systems depressed by tumor-burden or chemotherapy, have reportedly been restored to normal levels by PSK in animal studies. Immune restoration has included antibody and cytokine production and improvement of impaired antitumor activity of natural killer cells, T cells, macrophages and peripheral blood lymphocytes in vivo and in vitro. PSK has also been demonstrated to inhibit the decline of immunocompetence during the perioperative period and inhibit the growth of residual tumors following cryoablation.

A variety of other mechanisms have been observed in laboratory studies of PSK. It was found to alter the expression of the p53 gene, inhibit Epstein-Barr virus induced B-cell proliferation and suppress heat shock proteins that are thought to be involved in the progression of fibrosis. PSK has also been observed to stimulate differentiation (orderliness) of human myeloblastic leukemic cells.

When injected directly into a tumor, PSK produces local inflammatory responses that result in the non-specific killing of tumor cells9. One study on vaccine therapy against cancer found that PSK promotes the maturation of dendritic cells to produce IL-12 and Th1 type cytokines; however, another study concluded that PSK was not as effective as OK432, a preparation of the bacteria Streptococcus pyogenes.

References:
Ooi VE, Liu F. Immunomodulation and anti-cancer activity of polysaccharide-protein complexes. [Review] [179 refs]. Current Medicinal Chemistry. 2000 Jul;7(7):715-29. The

University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center

6) Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum) - 40% Beta-Glucans (1-3,{8}1-6 D- Beta Glucan, plus Triterpenoids). Reishi has been called the king of herbal medicines, with many herbalists ranking it above ginseng. Although some people use reishi to brew teas, the mushroom is usually taken for medicinal purposes only, as it has a very bitter, woody taste.

Name: Ganoderma lucidum is from the Latin word gan, which means “shiny,” derm means “skin,” and lucidum means “brilliant.” Also called the “Tenthousand-year mushroom” and the “Mushroom of immortality.”

Description: Most distinguishing feature is its shiny lacquered look; has a kidney-shaped cap and sometimes the spores appear on the cap and give the appearance of sandpaper. The mushroom comes in six colors: red (akashiba), white (shiroshiba), black (kuroshiba), blue (aoshiba), yellow (kishiba), and purple (murasakishiba).

Habitat: Found in dense, humid coastal provinces of China; favors the decaying stumps of chestnut, oak, and other broad-leaf trees.

Active ingredients: Beta- and hetero-beta-glucans; ling zhi-8 protein; ganodermic acids (triterpenes)

Uses: Analgesic; anti-allergic activity; expectorant and antitussive properties; bronchitis-preventative effect, inducing regeneration of bronchial epithelium; anti-inflammatory; antibacterial against Staphylococci, Streptococci, and Streptococcus pneumoniae; antioxidant; antitumor activity, enhanced natural killer cell (NK) activity, and increased production of interleukin-1 and interleukin-2; antiviral effect; enhances bone marrow nucleated cell proliferation; cardiotonic action, lowering serum cholesterol levels with no effect on triglycerides, enhancing myocardial metabolism, and lowering blood pressure; anti-HIV activity; general immunopotentiation.


Note: Polysaccharides are composed of groups of interconnected monosaccharides (single sugars) and are a structurally diverse group that occurs widely in nature. Unlike the nucleotides in nucleic acids and amino acids in proteins that can only be interconnected in one way, polysaccharides can be interconnected at several points to form a wide variety of branched or linear structures. The number of possible permutations for four different monosaccharides can be up to 35,560 unique arrangements, while four amino acids can only form 24 different permutations. (Hodgson, J. Biotechnology, 1991, 9, 609-613, cited below.)

7) Colostrum and the Immune System: Colostrum is an exceptional nutritional substance that contains vital components known to support the immune system. For centuries colostrum has been used by most cultures for healing and wellness. Now with research and technology quality colostrum can be produced with precision to ensure a pure and potent product. HPLC: High Performance Liquid Chromatography is a technique used in biotechnological research as well as for the pharmaceutical industry. Modern HPLC has many applications including separation, identification, purification, and quantification of various compounds. HPLC is used to create the optimum analysis of compounds in each batch of colostrum to ensure efficacy.

Growth Factors: Proteins that bind to receptors on the cell surface with the primary result of activating cellular proliferation and/or differentiation.

Immunoglobulins: Also known as antibodies, their job is to neutralize antigens, activate complement and promote leukocytedependent destruction of microbes.

Interferon-y: Its functions are important in cell-mediated immunity against intracellular microbes. It is predominantly responsible for the antiviral activities of the interferons.

Interleukin-1: One of the most important immune response modifying interleukins. The predominant function is to enhance the activation of T-cells in response to allergens.

Interleukin-2: Promotes the proliferation and differentiation of other immune cells and potentiates apoptotic death of antigenactivated T-cells.

Interleukin-6: Principle function is to augment the responses of immune cells to other cytokines. It is also the primary inducer of the acute phase response in the liver.

Lactoferrin: Binds iron and competes with microorganisms for it. Found to have antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, antiinflammatory, antioxidant and immunomodulatory activities.

Lactoperoxidase: Kills bacteria by oxidative mechanisms. When combined with hydrogen peroxide and thiocyanate, both of which are naturally distributed in human tissues, it forms a potent natural antibacterial system.

Lysozyme: Protects us from bacterial infection. It is a small enzyme that attacks the protective cell walls of bacteria.

Proline-Rich Polypeptide (PRP): Shown to support the thymus gland, and may help calm an overactive immune system and stimulate an under-active immune system.

Summary

The combination of compounds and particle reduction has resulted in an all in one material with improved absorbency of all relevant compounds.

60 each 300mg/capsule
Recommended 1-2 capsules per day


These statements have not been evaluates by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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