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The Use of the Herb Artemisinin for Babesia, Malaria, and Cancer
Make Smart Decisions about Artemisia Treatment

By James Schaller, M.D.

"All I can say is "wow". From 15 years of personal experience, searching for an infectious disease diagnosis can be a needle in a haystack. This book shines the light on a very important treatment that most physicians are unaware even exists. This information is truly life-saving and worth sharing. "

  - PJ Langhoff   
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Note from Bryan Rosner

Artemisinin, which is a derivative that comes from the Artemisia plant, is a little-known yet highly beneficial alternative treatment for parasite infections such as Babesia and Malaria.

The herb is so effective, in fact, that many of the expensive, prescription-only anti-parasitic pharmaceutical drugs used by physicians are actually nothing more than fancy, over-priced Artemisia synthetic look-alikes. Why take dangerous synthetic drugs, and pay an arm and a leg for them, when you can use the natural, over-the-counter form, at a fraction of the price?

In this book, Dr. Schaller explains many details of artemisinin treatment, including which products to use, how to use them, various dosing strategies, side effects, and much more. 

Several brands of herbal, over-the-counter artemisinin are available. The two most highly recommended brands are Hepapro, produced by well-known Chinese herbalist Dr. Zhang, and Holly Pharmaceuticals, produced in California.

Dr. Zhang's Artemisinin 
Label

You can purchase Dr. Zhang's Artemisinin by using the following information:

Hepapro Corporation
58 Maxwell Dr
Irvine, CA 92618

Phone: (949) 788.9292
Fax: (949) 788.9946 
Email: Hepapro@hotmail.com 
Web: http://www.hepapro.com 

Holly Pharmaceuticals 
Artemisinin
Label

You can purchase Holly Pharmaceuticals Artemisinin by using the following information:

Holley Pharmaceuticals Company, Inc.
1400 N. Harbor Boulevard, #560
Fullerton, CA 92835

Toll Free: 866-8HOLLEY (1-866-846-5539)
Outside U.S.: 714-871-7070
Fax: 714-871-8666
Email: manager@holleypharma.com 
Web: http://www.holleypharma.com 

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     - Bryan Rosner      



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The Use of the Herb Artemisinin for Babesia, Malaria, and Cancer

Make Smart Decisions about Artemisia Treatment

By James Schaller, M.D.

This book is the only patient book written in English offering highly practical, clear, and carefully researched help on Artemisinin medications. Artemisinin herbals are powerful treatments for red blood cell infections like Malaria, and another red blood cell parasite called Babesia, which has at least eight species that infect humans and is often missed by physicians in the United States and all over the world. 

Artemisia and Infections

Artemisia annua is known in the United States as "Sweet Wormwood" "Sweet Annie" or "Annual Wormwood." It is often sold in the United States as artemisinin. It is native to many Asian countries, including China, where it is known as Qinghao or Qinghaosu.

Artemisia has been used medically for over 2,000 years, and it is mentioned in both the Recipes For 52 Kinds Of Diseases found in 168 B.C., and in the Handbook of Prescriptions for Emergency Treatments, written in 340 A.D. In 1596, artemisinin was named as a treatment for Malaria by Li Shizhen. The major active ingredient was isolated in China in 1972.

Currently various types of Artemisia annua seeds have been modified to grow all over the world. The herb may be found in Argentina, Bulgaria, France, Hungary, Romania, Italy, Spain, Africa, and the United States.

This book is one of the most complete on the subject, and includes discussion of the following topics:

Brands of Artemisinin.

Dosing strategies. 

Potential side effects.

Application in 3 diseases: Babesia, Malaria, and Cancer. 

History and folk use. 

Background information and statistics on Babesia and Malaria, which are two very similar parasitic infections.

Animal and human toxicity studies.

The relationship between artemisinin treatment and iron levels in the body.

The believed mechanism of action of artemisinin, including an explanation of the pros and cons of "free radical sparks."

How to handle relapse issues with Babesia and Malaria.

New, little-known strains and species of Babesia.

Much more!

Highly recommended for those seeking an alternative to the standard, pharmaceutical treatments for protozoal parasitic infections.


 

 

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About the Author

James Schaller, M.D.

Dr. James Schaller is a prolific author, with books published or in preparation on Pediatric Lyme Disease, Babesia, Bartonella, Artemisinin, and Lyme combined with Indoor Mold exposure. Dr. Schaller consults with patients and physicians all over the country and outside the United States. He is concerned that many people are unable to obtain access to clinical researchers with an interest in diverse types of medicine.

He is often surprised at the limited time you can get from sincere doctors. HMO/PPO pressure, cutbacks, and practice overhead have decreased many doctors' budgets for new learning. Many sincere physicians are too worn out for problem solving creativity. Dr. Schaller does not claim to be "smarter" or "more sincere" than any of your doctors. Nevertheless, he is very creative, likes tough questions and also educating patients. He also researches and treats with very diverse options. He is not hassled by an HMO/PPO or a large university administration telling him to see 5 patients per hour.

Dr. Schaller is the author of 15 books covering many diverse areas of medicine. He is the author of five web sites, and offers hundreds of articles on over 25 topics. He is currently preparing books on other common tick-borne infections, including one on Pediatric Lyme Disease and Bartonella.