Panaceum: Microbiome support


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What is your microbiome?
  • An ancient symbiotic intelligence made up of bacteria and bacteriophages, your microbiome is the best friend you never knew you had.
  •  It manages all your critical systems (neurotransmitters, antibodies, hormones, antioxidants, blood sugar, detoxification…).
  • All it asks for in return is some oligosaccharides (unique sugars) to eat, and why not? You can’t digest oligosaccharides anyway.
  •  Unfortunately, modern diets are nothing like the oligosaccharide-rich diets of our primitive ancestors, so our microbiome goes rogue.
  • Instead of regulating us, it imbalances us.  Instead of protecting us, it goes rogue.  But like a good friend, it is always willing to forgive.
  •  All you need to turn your gut bacteria into the life-giving and protecting ally it was always meant to be is to give it the oligosaccharides it needs to survive.
  • Panaceum has eight different oligosaccharides recreating the diet of a successful primitive hunter-gatherer.

  • During pregnancy, postbiotics from the mother’s microbiome guide the developing fetus’s brain architecture via selective neuro-proliferation.
  • Her microbiome shifts from the adult form (Bacteroides and firmicutes) to the infant form (bifidobacteria) in preparation for a transfer of her microbiome to the newborn.
  • A healthy microbiome in the mother during pregnancy helps ensure proper fetal brain development and a healthy microbiome to pass on during the birthing process.

  • Infants receive their microbiome during the birthing process.
  • Breast milk produced by the mother contains over 200 different oligosaccharides and in more significant quantities than protein.
  • The lymphatic system brings probiotics from the mother’s microbiome to the breast for delivery to the infant’s gut through breast milk.
  • IgA in colostrum teaches the infant immune system that the microbiome is SELF and not to be attacked.
  • For the new three years, the microbiome continues to myelinate the infant’s brain and educate its immune system on what OTHER is and, thus, what should be attacked.
  • Therefore the microbiome of the infant is responsible for training the infant’s immune system.
  • Maintaining a healthy, robust microbiome in the mother supports a healthy microbiome in the infant.

How to recover your microbiome
  • Unless your mother had a perfect microbiome, you had a normal birth, were breastfed for 2.5 years, and you’ve never taken antibiotics, you could probably improve your microbiome and your health.
  • Taking oligosaccharides (the food for the microbiome) may support your microbiome. 
  • Panaceum contains eight different oligosaccharides.

  • Bacteria in a healthy microbiome kill or inhibit many parasites (including Toxoplasma gondii, Giardia, Cryptosporidium, Trichinella, and Babesia) directly and indirectly. 
  •  Directly in the gut via chemicals, they make that attack the parasite cell membranes and remove the iron they need to survive. 
  • Indirectly outside the gut by uncloaking hidden parasites so your immune system can kill them.

Life extension
  • In mice, a healthy microbiome dramatically increases both lifespan and quality of life.  
  •  You really want both together.  For example, you can increase lifespan with caloric restriction, but then you’ll live a long life as a hungry grouch.  
  • A healthy microbiome gives us a long life where we’re healthy and youthful up right to the end.  
  • Even old mice experience a rejuvenation of their brains, internal organs, fur, and skin when their microbiomes are restored.
  • In cases of SIBO (an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestines), oral oligosaccharides can exacerbate the issue. Consider the following protocol until any SIBO is resolved:
  1.  Mix probiotics with organic carrot juice and put in a yogurt maker for 3 days or until the carrot juice is sour.  Drink 1 cup with each meal.  One of the probiotics you can use is Histamine & D lactate-free probiotics by Foods for Gut.
  2.  Pancreatic or plant-based enzymes with every meal
  3.  Panaceum taken rectally using a 35cc catheter-tipped syringe.  1/4 tsp Panaceum mixed with 30cc water 1x a day.
  4. 1/4 tsp Zoiben every 3rd day
  5.  1 capsule of Ellagica with each meal
  6.  Minimize sitting.  Preferably only at mealtime and driving a car.
  • A proprietary blend of galactooligosaccharides
  • fructooligosacharides
  • pectin oligosaccharides
  • xyloligosaccharides
  • isomaltooligosaccharides
  • chitin oligosaccharides
  • chondroitin sulfate
  • fucoidan
  • ellagitannin and calcium tri-phosphate
  • Clearing Phase: Knock down the harmful bacteria and yeast. Consider Ellagica (three capsules 3x a day) and Zoiben (1/4 tsp 3x a day) for three days.
  • Rebuilding phase: take a quality multi-strain probiotic powder and one capsule of Panaceum in juice or water during meals three times a day for one week.  Consider taking supplemental butyric and caprylic acids as well.
  • Maintenance phase: Take one to 3 capsules of Panaceum with one to three meals a day.  Everyone’s needs are different.  You will have to judge by how you feel and the quality of your stool.

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