Features and benefits
Squalene oil contains elements that enhance an individual’s immune system response. According to the American Cancer Society, this supplement contains alkylglycerols, which some researchers have claimed can fight off colds, viruses and infections. Other conditions, such as arthritis, asthma and psoriasis, may also be alleviated by squalene oil supplements. Additionally, the macrophages in squalene oil are promoted for their ability to help wounds heal faster. Though squalene oil is widely marketed for these uses, these particular health benefits have not yet been verified in a controlled clinical trial.
Starting in 1997, squalene has been added to some flu vaccines, says the World Health Organization. Each dose of the original FLUAD and Chriron flu vaccines contained about 10 mg of squalene. Recently, researchers have also been experimenting with squalene for other vaccines, including the pandemic flu and malaria vaccines. Squalene has been linked to an enhanced immune system response when used in some vaccines.
• Anti-oxidation – powerful Anti-oxidant
• Oxygen generator – vast recuperation
• Immune stimulator – good immune response
• Fat regulator/energy modulator – natural vitality
Adults – Take 1 tablet 2 to 3 times a day with meals, or as professionally prescribed.