Histoplex AB is a broad-spectrum combination of botanicals with a wide range of physiologic functions. These adaptogens help to normalize immune response and are therefore beneficial in reducing allergic response.
Histoplex AB by Biotics Research is a broad-spectrum combination of botanicals with a wide range of physiologic functions. In traditional botanical medicine, products with various applications that function to support general physiologic functions are referred to as adaptogens. These adaptogens help to normalize immune response and are therefore beneficial in reducing allergic response.
Contents per two (2) capsules: Proprietary blend: 1.2 gm Ligusticum porteri (root) Dimethylglycine Olea europaea (leaf) Hydrangea arborescens (root) Hesperidin Juglans nigra (Black Walnut leaf) Andrographis paniculata (whole herb) Picrorhiza kurroa (roots & rhizomes) Calcium borogluconate Coriolus versicolor (fruit)
RECOMMENDATION: Two (2) to three (3) capsules two (2) times each day as a dietary supplement or as otherwise directed by a health care professional.
Capsules per bottle: 90
Why you may need HistoPlex-AB®:
From mid-spring and the onset of tree pollens, to late spring’s onset of weed pollens, followed by summer’s superfluous grass pollens, and a nearly year round onslaught of fungi and mould spores – allergic triggers are ubiquitous. Seasonal changes tend to exacerbate this. An estimated 40-50 million Americans suffer from airborne allergies. These tend to provoke responses such as respiratory symptoms, sinus congestion, nasal drainage, post-nasal drip, coughing, red, watery, runny eyes, and dark undereye circles.
Why your healthcare practitioner recommends HistoPlex-AB® from Biotics Research:
HistoPlex-AB® is an innovative supplement that allows you to efficiently support your patients’ symptoms. The unique proprietary blend of standardized herbal extracts found in HistoPlex-AB® shares the distinction of having immuno-modulating effects. Fritillaria thunbergii is known to have antitussive, astringent, and expectorant functions. It is a source of fritimine, which diminishes the excitability of respiratory centers. Solidago virgaurea, commonly known as European Goldenrod, and Scutellaria baicalensis both function to counteract proinflammatory mediators which may be “triggered” as the body responds to airborne irritation. Euphrasia officinalis (Eyebright) has long been used to make
improve eye pressure, itchiness, light sensitivity, swelling, and eye drainage. Morus alba is a source of quercetin 3 (6-malonylglucoside) (Q3MG), a flavonol glycoside which has known antioxidative and antiatherogenic protective effects. Saponins derive from the root of Platycodon grandiflorum have been studied for their multifarious properties including inhibiting Cox-2, TNF-a, and prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) levels.