Germanium alleviates Angina when therapeutic doses are consumed.
Germanium improves the health of the Arteries.
Germanium lowers Blood Pressure in some persons afflicted with Hypertension.
Germanium also helps to prevent Raynaudís Disease.
Germanium reduces the incidence of Gangrene in persons with Raynaud's
Germanium can block the replication of the HIV virus by stimulating the body's
production of Interferon, increasing the body's production of Macrophages and NK-Lymphocytes.
Germanium helps to suppress some forms of Cancer:
Germanium prolongs the survival time of persons afflicted with Colon Cancer.
Germanium prolongs the lifespan of persons afflicted with Liver Cancer .
Germanium significantly inhibits the development of Lung Cancer.
Germanium inhibits the growth of some forms of Detrimental Fungi:
Germanium inhibits the growth of Candida albicans.
Germanium activates resting Macrophages and converts them to cytotoxic (killer)
Germanium stimulates (Natural Killer) NK Lymphocytes activity.
Germanium stimulates the production of Suppressor T-Cells.
Germanium (100-300 mg per day) lowers total serum Cholesterol levels.
Germanium enhances the body's utilization of Oxygen.
Germanium lowers the requirement for Oxygen consumption by Organs.
Germanium protects against Carbon Monoxide asphyxiation.
Germanium alleviates various Eye Ailments:
Germanium retards the progression of Cataracts (by preventing the cross-linking
of the lens).
Germanium has been successfully used in the treatment of Detached Retinas.
Germanium alleviates Glaucoma.
Germanium rejuvenates the Blood Vessels that supply the Retina of the Eyes.
Germanium prevents decreased Bone strength, and increases lowered bone sensity
caused by Osteoporosis.
Germanium temporarily alleviates Epilepsy.
Germanium very effectively alleviates Pain.
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