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Calcium 2-AEP, sometimes called EAP, protects cells against penetration by aggressive substances such as toxins, bacteria and viruses, but permits penetration and transport of nutritive substances. Calcium 2-AEP increases membrane integrity by sealing membrane pores, thus protecting cells. According to Dr.Nieper, electron microscopy carried out in a German university confirms this.
Dr. Hans Nieper, working in Germany, is considered by some to be one of the world's great innovative medical geniuses. He invented Calcium EAP, which is also a neurotransmitter which may have something to do with its effectiveness in treating MS. Dr. Nieper also used it to treat cases of SLE, colitis, pulmonary fibrosis, myocarditis, gastritis and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. A 500mg tablet tid is considered a starting dose.
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Bacteria: Microscopic germs. Some bacteria are "harmful" and can cause disease, while other "friendly" bacteria protect the body from harmful invading organisms.
Calcium: The body's most abundant mineral. Its primary function is to help build and maintain bones and teeth. Calcium is also important to heart health, nerves, muscles and skin. Calcium helps control blood acid-alkaline balance, plays a role in cell division, muscle growth and iron utilization, activates certain enzymes, and helps transport nutrients through cell membranes. Calcium also forms a cellular cement called ground substance that helps hold cells and tissues together.
Colitis: Inflammation of the colon.
Gastritis: Inflammation of the stomach lining. White blood cells move into the wall of the stomach as a response to some type of injury; this does not mean that there is an ulcer or cancer - it is simply inflammation, either acute or chronic. Symptoms depend on how acute it is and how long it has been present. In the acute phase, there may be pain in the upper abdomen, nausea and vomiting. In the chronic phase, the pain may be dull and there may be loss of appetite with a feeling of fullness after only a few bites of food. Very often, there are no symptoms at all. If the pain is severe, there may be an ulcer as well as gastritis.
Milligram: (mg): 1/1,000 of a gram by weight.
Neurotransmitters: Chemicals in the brain that aid in the transmission of nerve impulses. Various Neurotransmitters are responsible for different functions including controlling mood and muscle movement and inhibiting or causing the sensation of pain.
Pulmonary: Pertaining to the lungs.
TID: Three times a day.
Virus: Any of a vast group of minute structures composed of a protein coat and a core of DNA and/or RNA that reproduces in the cells of the infected host. Capable of infecting all animals and plants, causing devastating disease in immunocompromised individuals. Viruses are not affected by antibiotics, and are completely dependent upon the cells of the infected host for the ability to reproduce.