Herbalix Clinical Trial Reveals New Evidence Affecting Women’s Breasts

March 8th, 2014 by admin Leave a reply »

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Port Ludlow, WA (March 7, 2014) – Herbalix Restoratives, LLC today announced the company has discovered new insights into the knowledge of breast behavior stemming from the company’s clinical trial (WIRB Study #1125360) conducted in the United States in 2013.

The clinical trial, Impact of the Nighttime Cleansing Detox Deodorant in Conjunction with Sentinel Breast Crème on Obstruent Salt Fluids in Breasts, took place from June 2010 thru July 2013 to observe circulation, lymph flow and emunctory waste. Sequential thermal imaging was taken to record, identify and evaluate pattern changes in each breast during the study. Each subject was followed for three months beginning with a baseline thermography, mid- term and final scans. The treated subjects applied both Herbalix Sentinel Breast Crème and Detox Deodorant each night. All subjects were required to fill out a daily diary with notes detailing changes in comfort levels and daily habits.

The study was set up to monitor lymphatic flow patterns in breasts of women with fibrous cystic conditions. In reviewing thermography images during the study a researcher observed what appear to be influences extending from external or seemingly unrelated factors which up to this time had not been linked or associated with breast congestion.

From these thermal images researchers were able to identify sources appearing to be from a combination of factors (mixed metal earrings, and metals in dental work) which may disrupt the breast’s ability to effectively and efficiently transfer cellular waste out of the breast thru the underarm or skin in the form of sweat.

“The human body has the ability to dissolve and oxidize metals very quickly; this may be the explanation for the concern over mixed metal earrings as they contain an assortment of different metals that may become toxic when they bio-accumulate in the body, especially affecting the subclavian lymph node. Most studies focus on the breast without considering peripheral factors such as inflow and outflow of nutrients and trash cells. If we had not adjusted the scans to interpret more of the body’s landscape these important clues would not have been revealed,” said Michael Fessler, vice president and director of research for Herbalix Restoratives.

There was a noticeable change in flow directly correlated to activities, earrings and diet. Observations from the clinical trial data brought up the question as to whether or not there is a connection between breast issues and earrings. The thermal scans of some subjects wearing earrings showed increased heat patterns which is associated with inflammation. Fessler noted that for some subjects wearing earrings, there was a thermographic pattern change eliciting from the ears to the base of the neck pooling towards the subclavian lymph node, suggesting suppressed movement and diverted lymphatic flow.

Additionally it was observed in the scans of some treatment subjects that the axilla began to reveal two distinct areas of drainage, one correlating to the upper part of the neck and head and the other to the lower circulatory pathway portion for the breast. These are preliminary observations and will require further studies.

Results indicated that all placebo-control subjects displayed no noticeable improvement as related to breast flow or congestion visible in the thermography scans. The daily recorded entries in the diaries of treatment subjects applying Sentinel Breast Crème reported improvement in breast tenderness, reduced discomfort and less pain.

“It is my belief that skin chelation is underutilized as a pathway to leach out metals. When specifically designed topical creams are applied to the skin, the body is able to therapeutically minimize the burden caused by these metals in a safe and effective manner, especially for the human breasts, said Fessler. “Interpreting thermography is an adjunctive approach and is a great way to measure pattern changes.”

Herbalix Restoratives offers products that provide organic and natural alternatives to chemical and environmental irritants found in most personal care products

The company is recognized and recommended by medical practitioners nationwide, including osteopaths, biological dentists, cancer doctors, dermatologists and naturopaths.

A portion of the trial was funded via a grant by the Northwest Trade Adjustment Assistance Center.

About Herbalix Restoratives (http://www.herbalix.com)

Herbalix Restoratives, LLC was founded in 1999 and is located in Port Ludlow, Washington, on the Puget Sound. In addition to its topical Nighttime Cleansing Detox Deodorant®, an aluminum-free deodorant, the company offers ZzzTox®, Belly Fat Freedom® and Sentinel Breast Crème™.

The company also manufactures Nubian goat’s milk soaps, skin moisturizers, shampoos, salves and more. Herbalix products are synthetic chemical and petroleum-free without parabens, phthalates, fillers, emulsifiers, synthetic fragrance or color, or anything derived from petroleum. Herbalix is suitable for the chemically sensitive and anyone concerned about chemicals in their personal care products. Every organic skin care product contains the Herbalix™ Botanical and Sea Vegetable Blend and eliminates the need for any synthetic preservatives.

Contacts: Kristin Gabriel
MarCom New Media
E: kristin@marcomnewmedia.com
O: 323.650.2838; C: 213.840.6978
E: kristin@marcomnewmedia.com

Headquarters: Herbalix Restoratives, Inc.
Michael or Elizabeth Fessler
O: 866-387-4222 W: www.herbalix.com

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