GB-3 is a powerful digestive aid often used in development science. It contains ox bile, pancreatin, and russian black radish. Beyond helping digestion, GB-3 has several other effects such as removing intestinal dysbiosis (bad bacteria), balancing the autonomic nervous system to promote rest and relaxation, cancer prevention, and healing copper toxicity.
Russian Black Radish – This is a sulfur-rich vegetable which helps enhance bile flow and liver detoxification. A peculiar use of black radish is for lowering copper toxicity. This is through both it’s effects on the liver and as a direct antagonist. It also speeds up the oxidation rate a little bit, something that 85-90% of people have too slow.
Ox Bile – Bile is a unique fluid produced by the liver to assist in fat digestion and absorbing fat soluble vitamins. Bile is the bodies main way of eliminating fat-soluble toxins such as heavy metals, chemicals, and drugs. It also stimulates the gut’s immune system, helping remove pathogenic yeast, bacteria, and parasites. Ox Bile supplements have been part of traditional Chinese medicine since ancient times, specifically for removing parasites, dissolving gallstones, and reducing gut inflammation.
Pancreatin – This is a pancreas extract containing various digestive enzymes. Besides assisting digestion, perhaps the most powerful effect is it’s use for digesting and destroying cancer cells. In The trophoblast theory of cancer, Dr. John Beard stated that all cancer is trophoblast tissue that arises at the wrong time & place. He discovered the “trophoblast”, which means “to nourish the baby”, is a cell type that appears during early pregnancy that behaves like cancer, yet is controlled and properly used by the body to help shunt blood and nutrients to the baby. By about 3 months of pregnancy, the mother destroys the no-longer-useful cell type using pancreatic enzymes. This led Dr. Beard to use pancreatic enzymes as part of an approach to healing cancer. Many scientists have examined cancer tissue, which is never a pure trophoblast but quite similar, to find the theory holds up well. For more read Cancer pioneers of the 21st century.
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