Therapeutic Lipids
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Lipid-bound MINERALS
…biologically active minerals
Minerals incorporated within fatty acid molecules are ‘lipid-bound’. Lipid-bound minerals are the most effective mineral supplements. They are also the safest.

Lipid-bound minerals are readily absorbed, transported by red blood cells and selectively taken-up by abnormal tissues and cells.   Continued >>
Lipid-bound Zinc
Dr. Revici’s successful treatment of BPH and prostate cancer with Lipid-bound Zinc can be attributed to its effective uptake and utilization by abnormal cells. Individualized doses according to evaluation and monitoring of the lipid off-balance at the cell level are recommended.
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Lipid-bound Sulfur
This unique form of sulfur is delivered to arthritic joint tissues. Lipid-bound Sulfur (LbS) is incorporated in free fatty acids that ensures it is delivered to tissue with free lipids, that is, to tissues with excess, and hence pathological, free cholesterol (TCh). LbS not only provides sulfur to these abnormal tissues, LbS contains bivalent negative sulfur. S   , like O   , is a powerful oxidant.  It oxidizes and destroys the highly inflammatory and self-propagating fatty acids that do irreversible damage to tissues in OA.

By this same mechanism, LbS reduces symptoms during nicotine and alcohol withdrawal and prevents alcohol intoxication.
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Lipid-bound Selenium
Some cancerous cells are anoxybiotic, anaerobic, others are not. Lipid-bound Selenium (LbSe) is toxic for anoxybiotic cancerous cells. Use simultaneous serum and RBC potassium measurements to distinguish anoxybiotic from dysoxibiotic cancer cells.

The symptoms from sudden cessation of an intoxicant are caused by the persistence of pathological fatty acids. LbSe, LbS and thiosulfate oxidize pathological fatty acids while fatty alcohols neutralize them by polar bonding and stearic coupling.
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Lipid-bound Calcium
The connections between calcium intake, vascular calcifications and cardiovascular events – thrombosis, strokes and infractions – is well established. A meta-analysis of 11 randomized controlled studies found a 31% increase in heart attacks, 20% increase in strokes and a 9% increase in death if combined dietary and supplemental calcium intake exceeded 805 mg/day, the average intake of the 12,000 participants analyzed. *

High calcium intake, the combination of dietary and supplemental calcium, bears risk of calcium deposits in soft tissues, specifically in coronary arteries in the meta-analysis described above.

The advantage of Lipid-bound Calcium (LbC) is that it is taken up by cells where a calcium deficiency is contributing to pathology.  It will not accumulate in cells where it is not needed.‍
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Selenium
Like all essential trace minerals selenium serves myriad functions. Of particular note here: 1. Oxidative stress: Toxins turn essential cell membrane fatty acids into self-propagating lipid peroxides. Selenium is a key component of glutathione peroxadises, an important family of enzymes in the elimination of lipid peroxides.
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Zinc
Zinc is a key micronutrient important in growth and development, immune function, appetite, taste, smell, vision, wound healing, protein synthesis, cognitive function, learning and maintenance of skin, hair and nails.
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Sulfur
Lipid-bound sulfur has proven beneficial for the pain, swelling and stiffness of osteoarthritis, especially for individuals with a urine pH above 6.2 in the evening and high LDL cholesterol. Urine pH is easily obtained using pH Paper between 5 and 8 PM.  
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Flame Quell
See Urine pH Guides Treatment of Pain for a discussion of this product.

Flame Quell (FQ) contains butanol, related lipid alcohols and glycerol.  

In an acute situation FQ can be dispensed if a single urine specimen has a pH greater than 6.2.  For chronic pain and/or other symptoms have patient test urine pH at random times over a three day period to confirm urine pH is consistently alkaline, greater than 6.2.

For acute pain: one dropper FQ in 4 oz. water every 15 minutes until pain subsides.  Repeat as necessary.

For chronic pain and/or symptoms: 1-2 droppers FQ 3-4 times in 24 hours as needed.

FQ can be also taken in capsules for those who find the taste difficult. Instructions for use of capsules are on the label.
OH3
See Urine pH Guides Treatment of Pain for a discussion of this product.

OH3 contains glycerol.

In an acute situation OH3 can be dispensed if a single urine specimen has a pH greater than 6.2.  For chronic pain and/or other symptoms have patient test urine pH at random times over a three day period to confirm urine pH is consistently alkaline, greater than 6.2.

For acute pain: one dropper OH3 in 4 oz. water every 15 minutes until pain subsides.  Repeat as necessary.

For chronic pain and/or symptoms: 1-2 droppers OH3 in 4 oz. water up to six times in 24 hours as needed.
MGS
See Urine pH Guides Treatment of Pain for a discussion of this product.

MGS contains magnesium thiosulfate.

In an acute situation MGS can be dispensed if a single urine specimen has a pH less than 6.2.  For chronic pain and/or other symptoms have patient test urine pH at random times over a three day period to confirm urine pH is consistently acid, less than 6.2.

For acute pain: one dropper MGS in 4 oz. water every 15 minutes until pain subsides.  Repeat as necessary.

For chronic pain and/or symptoms: 1-2 droppers MGS 3-4 times in 24 hours  as needed.