Wax moth

Wax moth treats gastritis, bronchitis, pneumonia and pancreatitis

The extract of wax moth larvae is a powerful natural immunostimulating drug with a pronounced antibacterial and antiviral effect. This folk remedy increases the general resistance of the body to various diseases, including cancer. Treatment with wax moth is widely used in pulmonology, cardiology, gynecology, endocrinology.

Wax moth larvae feed exclusively on beekeeping products. Bioflavonoids and lysine are contained in the extract and provide antiviral protection of the body. They are necessary for tissue repair and growth, the formation of antibodies, enzymes and hormones. Reception of this folk remedy is indicated during a period of increased incidence of acute respiratory infections and during an influenza epidemic. In addition, it is recommended to take the tincture for persons engaged in heavy mental or physical labor. This is due to the ability of the drug to increase the body’s endurance, the rate of muscle recovery after training, energy supply, hemoglobin synthesis, calcium absorption, muscle coordination, and reduce the pain threshold.

The extract has a moderate psychostimulating, energizing, stimulating and nootropic effect. Taking the drug improves memory, has a beneficial effect on dynamic processes in the brain, mental activity, learning. Treatment of tuberculosis Tincture of wax moth has a bactericidal effect against the causative agent of tuberculosis – Koch’s sticks. Specific digestive enzymes contained in the wax moth extract break down focal changes in the affected tissues and prevent their further spread in the body.

The tincture contains irreplaceable natural components: leucine, alanine, valine, threonine, histidine, isoleucine, histidine. They stimulate the growth and reproduction of healthy cells, increase the resistance of body tissues to tuberculosis infection and heal tuberculous cavities in the lungs. Extrapulmonary tuberculous pathology responds well to treatment with tincture of wax moth. This folk remedy is effective for tuberculosis damage to the digestive system, lymph nodes, joints, bones, skin, nervous system, urogenital organs, meninges. The extract suppresses the drug resistance of mycobacteria to essential medicines.

The effectiveness of antibacterial drugs increases after a course of taking the tincture, and the risk of side effects and allergic reactions decreases. Tincture of wax moth larvae is effective against fungal infections of the lungs, which are a complication of chemotherapy therapy for tuberculosis.

The aspartic acid in the extract helps to remove residual chemicals and drugs from the body. Treatment of cardiovascular pathology The main healing properties of the wax moth larvae extract include: cardioprotective, cardioprotective, hypotensive, anticoagulant, metabolic. Tincture of wax moth is prescribed for the treatment of angina pectoris, chronic coronary insufficiency, cardiosclerosis. At the same time, the frequency of attacks first decreases, shortness of breath, and then they completely stop.

In addition, the electrocardiogram readings return to normal. Long-term use of the extract by patients with myocardial infarction leads to the disappearance of signs of heart failure, arrhythmias, restoration of atrioventricular and intraventricular conduction. The drug is taken for three months during the year. The effectiveness of treatment is determined by the positive dynamics of cicatricial changes in the myocardium. Tincture of wax moth: reduces the amount of lactic acid in the heart, increases the glycogen content in the liver and heart, ensures the functional stability of the heart, promotes the resorption of scar tissue, lowers blood pressure, prevents the development of atherosclerosis, has a cardioprotective effect, enhances the force of heart contractions, normalizes coronary microcirculation, prevents the formation of blood clots, is used to prevent vegetative-vascular dystonia.

Tincture of wax moth is used for the combined treatment of myocarditis, ischemic heart disease, thrombophlebitis. Wax moth extract is an effective geriatric agent used for the prevention and treatment of age-related changes in the heart and blood vessels. Female and male diseases Gynecology Moth extract is used in obstetrics and gynecology for the treatment of toxicosis, gestosis, infertility, menopause symptoms. It helps to restore the normal structure of the endometrium, normalize the psyche and sleep, increase the body’s immune activity, prevent spontaneous miscarriages, and eliminate various manifestations of placental insufficiency. The benefits of wax moths are to improve blood microcirculation in the pelvic region, namely in the uterus and placenta, stimulate metabolic processes, eliminate blood rheology disorders and increase hemoglobin levels. Andrology Due to the content of linoleic, linolenic and palmitic acids, the extract has a pronounced antiandrogenic effect and is used to treat prostate adenoma. It increases sperm motility, reduces the risk of male infertility.

The tincture contains the conditionally essential amino acid arginine, which is practically absent in the elderly or sick people. Arginine promotes the activity of the glands, the release of testosterone, and the achievement of an erection. Tincture of wax moth is used to treat diseases of the male genital area, as well as to maintain potency in the elderly or those who have suffered from diseases. The rehabilitation period The larvae of the wax moth contain serine protease, which has a powerful lytic effect, preventing the formation of scars and adhesions. Due to this, the intake of the extract is very useful for persons who have undergone extensive inflammatory processes, suppuration and surgical interventions. Tincture of wax moth contains biologically active substances: acidic peptides, nucleotides, nucleosides, amino acids, factors for stimulating tissue growth and repair, factors for assimilating calcium, increasing energy supply, enhancing hemoglobin synthesis.

External use Given the wide spectrum of action of the moth, the wax moth tincture is used to treat wounds, trophic ulcers, bedsores, herpetic eruptions, and furunculosis. External use of the agent is associated with its anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antiseptic, trophic and wound healing effects. The extract of the wax moth is used externally in the form of an independent solution or in combination with other drugs. Take two teaspoons of the extract and mix with 33% Dimexide solution. Impregnate a sterile gauze napkin with this mixture and apply it to the affected area, leave for two hours. If the skin is sensitive, then a mixture diluted with warm water is used for such a compress. When signs of irritation appear on the skin, the bandage is removed, and the drug is washed off the skin with plain water.

No contraindications to external use of wax moth tincture were found.

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