Jim Green

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Jim Green
Residing In Wichita, KS USA
Spouse/Partner Presently single
Occupation Systems and Software MSEE
Children Dyan Green, b. 1981, with Susan Hull Green, married at WSU in 1975.
Susan got a degree in accounting More…at WSU.
Yes! Attending Reunion

MSEE 1977, WSU, Dept of Electrical Engineering.
Physics and Mathematics grad, KU 1974.
Hardware and software designer in the industrial world.
Served both civilian graphics arts industry and military sectors.
Concentrating on Life Extension and Anti-Aging medicine themes
and reviewing bone surgery and trauma after a bone-breaking car wreck.
Also interested in business, business trends, and financial management.

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Oct 14, 2022 at 8:25 PM

I will always wonder why Bobby Knapp wanted to fight me in a fist fight on my way home from school one day in 8th grade in front of a churchyard next to a shop where I could get a soda and a comic book. It was a mystery to me. I was a few inches taller, and I thought his father owned a gun shop in town. He dared to kick at me. He missed my balls. We sparred. The crowd was considerable.  What had I done to warrent being picked on? Finally, I hit him in the nose in a way that started a nosebleed. He seemed to come to his senses and backed off. I don't know why it happened.  I guess we were on edge because of the Viet Nam War impringing. I am glad he quit, and that I could walk on home. We never fought again or quarelled. But I had to fight not to be stopped and experimented on.  I was working out with weights I got for exercise that year from Joe Weider that were given to me by my father, springs included. Perhhaps it stimulated an aggressive maneuver. I was reading The Fantastic Four at the time, drawn by Jack Kirby.. We both went to John Marshall Junior High when President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas in 1963. I think we were in the same Junior High gym class and tested each other on pull-ups and gymn equipment. It was getting cold outside.


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Nice to see you, Craig, Halloween 2022. I wonder what Vickie looks like,
I wonder if you have instruments for the bands at any volume scale. I miss North High folks
somewhat, although at 73 I am in a CIA environment that looks like home, trying to recover my home and automobile. Most guests seem to be in with oxygen tanks, but sometimes we are spry. My oxygenation level is high and I read Life Extension Magazine to stay healthy. I broke a leg and a hand, and Happy Hooker snatched my car after an accident.
Here we have quite a group of scientists, musicians, and communists, including Saul N. Silverman, who wrote Lenin studies for the WSU bookstore and a course on Lenin in 1975. He also wrote the score for Surrealistic Pillow and got the money together for The Jefferson Airplane. He sure needs some music equipment to compose with. He still is for eating onions to stay young, like Rob Bailey was. It takes a lol of ketchup. We also have Karl Marx, Benjamin Franklin, Enrico Fermi, Albert Einstein, James Clerk Maxwell, and other guys that eat shallots to interview with the men who raised them from the dead, in some cases. We've got Kalinin from the Presidium of the Soviet Union, too, but had a heavy haunting from girls covered with tattoos from hard hits with signs and wonders of a guilty nature all around in company like this. Venus, Johnny Rivers, the Eagles, were here.
We have Earl, who had an H-bomb kit like some Nigerians wanted, but the Judo nurses got it away from him, reducing frictions. They grabbed white girls for a while from African zones that dream of takeover. Things look calmer now. I wonder if I can get back to WSU towers for more visits to chemistry seminars and more places where Charlton Heston could show up with his chem name lifted high.

Jim Green has left an In Memory comment for Edward Smith.
Oct 04, 2022 at 3:16 PM

Perhaps this man can be resurrected from the dead before he is cremated. These days, I meet a number of men who really are resurrected from the dead, and other men with very long lifetimes.from using bulbs of plants from the lilly family, such as shallots, onions, and garlic. The dead are not always as comfortable in their graves as they are when successfully revived. They sometimes feel extremes of heat and cold in their graves that they remember after their resurrection, and are grateful to live on above ground. It reminds them of time travel extremes of heat and cold as felt by Rod Taylor in The Time Machine by H.G.Wells (1960). They get fresh blood from transfusions plus acetyl L-carnitine to restart the heart and revive tissues. There may be something that can be done to save and restore this man. Furthermore, there are DOD awards and documents supporting continued life for military heroes and heroines. You should look into it to get experience in how this works out. Making them look like Somebody to Love is popular practice these days. He may even be able to direct a movie about his life with govenment support. Please look into it. Be a hero or heroine to the grateful dead.

Yours Truly, 

Jim Green





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Congratulations on being accepted in Oklahoma and on loving every job you ever had and on feeling successful about it all. At nearly 73, I've never suffered from heart problems at all, probably from reading Life Extension Magazine from one end to the other. See
http://www.lef.org/magazine .

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I fell into a deep sleep after breakfast on May 1, 2021 and missed May Day "Tea with snippets" here at Rolling Hills Health and Rehab. I thought you might be there, from an announcement last Saturday, and am very sorry to have missed you. The title reminds me of "Tea With Mussolini", starring Cher. As you probably know, I broke my right leg near the
knee in both the femur and the tibial plateau, and broke a left hand at the 4th left metacarpal bone. Now I can touch type again and my gait when walking is improving, but requires some warming up. I am advised to use my walker to prevent a fall, but often
exercise and walk to improve my gait. I am still working on my range of motion and using
a PEMF Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Field Bone Growth Stimulator to close a non-union gap in my right femur fracture and fill it with bone. I have also been improving my hyperlinked notes on bone surgery and joint repair that first appeared in my formerly online piece on
longevity. My daughter Dyan helped me acquire an iPAD computer for my stay here, and
my brother Richard Green chipped in an Inspiron 15 DELL labtop with a big screen and an Intel CORE i7 8th generation processor and Windows 10 with all the trimmings.
The photo below was taken before my accident when I was residing at 1705 Fairmount #2
at 16th and Fairmount just across the street from Fairmount Congregational Church to
the South. It shows me in September, 2019 at 70+ years of age going on 71. I will be 72
on 5/13/2021. I am now fully vaccinated with both shots of Pfizer vaccine for SARS CoV-2 and its variants, which pleases the staff of Rolling Hills. However, I do not have access to all the medicine available off the shelf at WalMart for Life Extension, which makes living forever difficult. I am supposed to take food for medicine, it seems. I discovered that
WalMart Muenster cheese is best for vitamin K2 and WalMart Roquefort cheese is best
for vitamin K1. I cannot get acetyl L-carnitine with alpha lipoic acid yet, which makes old rats behave young ones by refreshing their mitochondria, and many other superb anti-aging medicines that I have been requesting, but will keep trying. I mean, the nursing staff here has not granted this yet, although my surgeon Dr. Brandon R. Scott agrees with me
that I can buy my selection of nutraceuticals at my own expense. I see that you are in New Mexico these days in Santa Fe. I think of my photo of the cloud cover over the USA on election day showing Lincoln in the cloud cover pointing to New Mexico, tipping his top hat ascending into Canada and showing his beard with an angel wing extending back to the
East Coast. My automobile was not too badly damaged in the accident, but was not
recoverable after it was towed away by Happy Hooker Towing. Most of the other patients
at Rolling Hills are old folks, some of them very old. Conversation here is rarely very bright, but Internet visions in my room and the cable TV are great together. I have a copy of John Adams by David McCullough, a copy of Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson, and am picking through Suitable Accommodations by J.F.Powers. I have read many selections from the libraries here, and Internet intelligence on this Dell laptop is fabulous.

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Nov 03, 2020 at 11:30 PM

I finally broke a bone, after 71 years, 3 bones, all told. The right femur, the right tibial plateau, and the 4th metacarpal bone in the left hand. Aftter 9 weeks i can get into a walker and go from a robotic bed to the commode and back, or transfer to and from a wheel chair.
Perhaps I damaged the ligament joining the left ulna at the wrist to the radius bone. In the walker, i can let go and stand erect on both feet. I am doing a a few 2-legged walking exercises in the walker. I may need a cane for while. I am uncertain about the condition of the meniscus shock absorber protecting articular cartilage at the condyles of the femur and the tibia. Without the meniscus or a replacement for it, arthritis develops. I may need to tape my left wrist after the cast is removed from my left arm.
On my way to my surgeon's office and back our van picked up Rich Fagg. Rich was recovering from violence in Chicago leading to a fall of two stories. He was also in a
wheel chair. Both of us were in A Man for All Seasons at North High in the 66-67 school year, I as the Duke of Norfolk, he as Sir Thomas Moore. I have not seen him since that ride,
In which he seemed to be a radio full of bright brainwaves. It reminded me of Joni Mitchell's song You Turn Me On, I'm a Radio.

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Jim Green has left an In Memory comment for Sally Sanchez Guevara.
Feb 24, 2020 at 8:33 PM

See Sally Sanchez Guevara obiturary at Legacy.com:

https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/name/sally-sanchez-obituary?pid=195465900 .


Jim Green has left an In Memory comment for Darrell Duncan.
Feb 24, 2020 at 8:33 PM

See Darrell Duncan's online obituary and video material at

https://www.smithfamilymortuaries.com/memorials/darrell-duncan/4100564/ .


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The 1st photo was taken at calendar age 70.33 at my apartment near WSU.
I tried fasting for 3 days to get SIRT6 up for DNA and telomere repair, followed
by 3 more days of hard exercise with HGH boosters to lengthen telomeres
and came up with the 2nd photo on Halloween, 2019, after 3 six-day cycles of this.
See www.lef.org/magazine for details of how not to die of old age, but to get young again.

Jim Green has left an In Memory comment for Joseph Damilini.
Aug 27, 2019 at 4:33 PM

Joseph Damilini was probably the good mailman that saw that the mail was faithfully delivered. I mean, we have recently seen the opposite thing, for a decade or two, even. I wish the mail were as faithfully delivered as it was back in the 20th Century, before the Twin Towers hit of 2001.  Perhaps this has recently improved again.


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Aug 27, 2019 at 12:15 PM

Happy Birthday this coming Sunday, September 1, 2019, Darwin.
I hope the cold wind blowing in over Lake Michigan will not make
you feel too much like Frankenstein on an ice flow, but that you have
a warm camp to tidy up in and friends, too. It was a pleasure having you in
Thespians back in the 60s for time in staged dramas and comedies. Many thanks
to you and Rich Fagg for inviting me to join it. Thespians made life more romantic.
Liga Valdmanis (class of 1966) blessed me with a copy of The Rubiyat of Omar Khayyam for my
bookshelves; Barbara Pelley (class of 1966) taught me secrets of necking all the way to A Hard Day's Night (1964) one evening in a snowstorm to the tune of I Should Have Known Better. I might have missed young love in gymnastics. Thespians made me a happier, more sociable man. I looked forward to cast parties.
Afterwards as a student at KU in Lawrence was to the tune of Scarborough Fair, April Come She Will,
and Flowers Never Bend with the Rainfall with numbers from Judy Collins and the
great English-speaking bands of the 1970s, though KU coursework was more like
soaring with Beethoven's 3rd and 9th symphonies as one picked up skills that promote
insight and optimism. I graded papers for a senior course in electromagnetic theory, ran projectors for the campus film service, took coursework in electronics for the psychology lab, and took graduate courses in quantum mechanics and nuclear physics. Higher education and romance was there, as Viet Nam war reports streamed past on television against a partly psychedelic background with many overflowing bookstores.
Don't miss http://www.lef.org/magazine and similar anti-aging journals.
Photo: Jim Green at 70+ in the Summer of 2019 at Ablah Library,
equipped with perfectly 20/20 lenses, although I'm cleared to drive
in Kansas without them. I interviewed at Bell Labs in Chicago in
1977 after getting an MSEE at WSU and got a job offer from there, but went with a different outfit.
The winds from the lake were very cool even in the Summer.

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Jul 29, 2019 at 3:32 PM

Photos, July 2019, age 70 years, 2 months. Working on rejuvenation with techniques
from regenerative medicine. Tissue-regenerative vitamin A (retinol) is taken 50 caps/day
of 8000 IU softgels. This amounts to half a bottle of Nature Made Vitamin A softgels
per day. Twice as much can put cramps in my hands. I also get 15 mg/day of
neuroregenerative vitamin B12 in 3 5000 mcg tablets. This prevents Alzheimer's Disease
from vitamin B12 deficiency, and can even enlarge the brain. I also take the telomerase activator astragalus powder at 30 grams to 33 grams per day for perhaps 2/3 of each month, the old maximum dose of astragalus in Chinese medicine. I do it by ordering a tall coffee mixed with sweetener and flavored cream, into which I mix 60 to 66 caps of astragalus powder from Nature's Way astragalus caps (500 mg/ea) or Natural Foods
(500 mg/ea), until all the gelatin caps are dissolved and a smooth suspension of astragalus powder in flavored coffee is obtained. This is really the Shangri-La stuff that works, although rejuvenation times at these dosages runs at about -5 years/year, so that it takes 4 years to de-age yourself 20 years at this dosage. Astragalus modifies telomere length to increase the number of cell divisions in a cell, but is more effective for some classes of cells than others. It is best of all for Natural Killer cells immune system that detect cancerous cells and destroy them. It seems that perhaps the NK cells attack and
destroy senescent cells exhibiting cell surface alterations suggestive of a precancerous cell to the immune system. The true upper limit for astragalus seems to be about 4x the
dosage quoted above, according to recent Chinese papers on the matter. Faster deaging
with astragalus may be possible with astragalus or astragalus extract than expected using
these higher dosages above 33 grams/day of astragalus powder or above 11 grams per day of
astragalus extract. I also take Life Extension skin-restoring ceramides that glue rising new
skin cells together better as they rise, so that the skin is better sealed and hydrated. To get hair color back from the roots out, one can rub 2 bottles of liquid astragalus extract into the scalp each month for a year or two. The first experiments showing this were
done years ago at Stanford University. There are also popularly available medicines
at health food stores and the supermarket that can be used to defeat all of the
known causes of death from disease and aging. For instance, I take pomegranate juice, which deflects atherosclerosis (the major killer of Americans). See Life Extension Magazine at
http://www.lef.org/magazine for details. Thus, physiological immortality with rejuvenation
included seems to be right around the corner on Internet these days and I think we
can be more optimistic about the future as long as we eat carefully, take our medicine,
and exercise to acquire optimum condition while reviewing the associated literature with care.
So pack up your troubles in your old kit bag and smile, boy, smile.

Jim Green has left an In Memory comment for Joseph Damilini.
Jul 09, 2019 at 4:33 PM

Garlic [Index, Garlic as telomerase activator (178), Wikipedia, WebMD/Garlic, LifeExtension,
Garlic Central, Jen Reviews/Garlic,
Links/Garlic, Images, Video, Papers, Patents, Books, LEF;
Links/Crushed garlic as an antibiotic, Images, Video, Papers, Patents, Books, LEF;
Links/anticancer garlic, Images, Video, Papers, Patents, Books,
Links/Garlic suppresses atherosclerosis, Images, Video, Papers, Patents, Books, LEF;
Links/Crushed garlic as a platelet aggregation inhibitor, Images, Video, Papers, Patents, Books, LEF;
Links/Garlic as an antioxidant, Images, Video, Papers, Patents, Books, LEF;
Links/Garlic as a Vasodilator, Images, Video, Papers, Patents, Books, LEF; Vasodilators.
Links/Allicin as a Vasodilator, Images, Video, Papers, Patents, Books, LEF; Vasodilators.
Links/Garlic and NK cell activity enhancement, Papers, Patents, Books, LEF; NK Cell Activity Enhancers;
Links/Garlic as a platelet aggregation inhibitor, Papers, Patents, Books, LEF; Platelet Aggregation Inhibitors;
Papers/garlic and telomere lengthening; Genital Warts; toxicity, dosage; Recipes/Garlic;
Garlic History (Links, Images, Video, Papers, Patents, Books, LifeExtension); Allicin,
AMPK activators/Garlic; Antibiotics, Antioxidants, Anti-inflammatory nutraceuticals, Apoptosis Inducers/Garlic;
Fibrinogen, More…Hypertension, NFkB Inhibitors, NK Cell Activity Enhancers, Platelet Aggregation Inhibitors, Viral Cures; Garlic Lillies, Onion Lillies; Lillies of the Field; Onions].

Introduction and Overview
Crushed garlic (Allium sativum) dosed [17] at 3-5 cloves per serving from an 8-clove bulb [25], 3 servings per day, (suitably mixed with artificial sweetener, chopped apples, salad dressing, and taken on soda crackers) kills nearly all non-eukaryotic cells, viruses, prokaryotic bacteria, and fungi associated with diseases including veneral diseases, abcessed teeth, facial infections, appendicitis, and cancer, and is very powerful as apoptosis-inducing anticancer medicine for reducing and eliminating cancerous tumors. Furthermore, garlic enhances the activity of Natural Killer cells of the immune system that attack and consume cancer cells, cells showing signs of oncogenic stress, pathogens, and pro-inflammatory senescent cells replacable with stem cells. Garlic is also an NFkB inhibitor and source of NFkB inhibitors that inhibits cancer metastasis. Furthermore, it is anti-inflammatory, suppresses atherosclerosis, and reduces the risk of heart attack, stroke, and dementia. Working as an HDAC inhibitor expanding chromatin to improve protein transcription, garlic extends the Hayflick Limit for cell division by producing more hTERT protein for telomerase and also works for muscle, bone, and healthy tissue growth. In this way it often works in quadrature, in a parallel way, with other telomerase activators using a different mechanism. Thus, celebrated with onions as one of the Lillies of the Field (onion lillies, garlic lillies), and often effective against threatening or deadly infections in just three days, garlic has been lauded as a panacea, miracle cure, or "resurrectant" and applied against the approach of plagues and otherwise certain death or disfigurement.

Garlic also activates AMPK, promoting cellular autophagy and working against obesity.

Garlic is a platelet aggregation inhibitor, and somewhat useful as a thrombolytic drug working against blood clotting. Garlic might have saved millions from the Black Death, cholera, and malaria, but enthusiasm for it has always been tempered by garlic halitosis due to crushed garlic's gaseous, penetrating diallyl disulfide, a fine sex repellant, so that it has been used to repel suiters while travelling through Greece by merely clutching a peeled clove of garlic in one hand. As it strikes against disease, garlic inhibits "sin" with a medicinal "Go and sin no more" aura resembling an insect repellant until dropping its use after a cure enables a "remission" of sins.

Garlic as a Telomerase Activator for Normal Cells and Telomerase Inhibitor for Cancer Cells
Garlic behaves like a Hayflick-Limit extending telomerase inducer (178) for normal cells, evidently by promoting hTERT mRNA transcription with the HDAC inhibitors diallyl disulfide and allyl mercaptan from crushed garlic allicin, as measured in 1994 for normal, non-cancerous human fibroblasts by Suresh I. Rattan and his European school [3]. Note that garlic contains the HDAC inhibitor diallyl disulfide producing the better HDAC inhibitor allyl mercaptan, and seems to be a telomerase inhibitor for cancer cells only, functioning as a telomerase activator (178) for normal cells. Diallyl disulfide increases histone H3 and H4 acetylation in K652 human leukemia cells (a human myeloid leukemia cell line). It may be that crushed garlic (which contains diallyl disulfide) can markedly improve the transcription of hTERT mRNA. See longevityscratchpadlog.html for the associated searches. We find that garlic increases the Hayflick Limit [Images, Papers, Patents, Books, LEF] from 49 cell divisions to more than 55 for normal fibroblasts [3], more than 12%. This may be true for all non-cancerous human cells.

Garlic is a supplement that improves Natural Killer cell (NK cell) activity, boosting immune system defense. Natural Killer cells consume proinflammatory senescent cells, allowing them to be replaced by stem cells.

Furthermore, garlic improves AMPK signaling to stimulate autophagy that consumes cellular junk and reduces triglycerides and glucose in the blood. Strong AMPK signaling purges the body of prematurely senescent cells [[50], [51], Patents, Books], as without sufficient AMPK signaling, such cells often do not have enough ATP energy to commit apoptosis [49]. Until they are eliminated, senescent cells packed with cellular junk contribute to inflammation.

Garlic Treats Cancer
See Garlic Treats Cancer [Books]. Diallyl disulfide and allicin from garlic induce apoptosis in a wide variety of cancer cells. Diallyl disulfide from allicin in crushed garlic induces apoptosis in bladder cancer cells [8]. Diallyl disulfide induced apoptosis has also been reported for colon cancer cells. Allicin from crushed garlic can inhibit telomerase activity and induce apoptosis in gastric cancer cells [9]. Thryoid Cancer [Links, Images, Papers, Patents, Books, LEF] can be caused by swallowing semen. Thyroid cancer can often be cured by crushed garlic, or by allicin [Papers, Patents, Books, LEF].

Garlic is an apoptosis-inducing anticancer telomerase inhibitor for cancer cells via allicin and is listed as anti-inflammatory. Garlic seems to be an anticancer telomerase activator for normal cells. Garlic should improve telomerase activation in normal cells from telomerase activators such as TA-65, astragalus, and cycloastragenol working through the MAP kinase pathway or as hTERT mRNA transcriptional activators from exercise, such as HIF-1, by improving transcription of normal cell proteins. Garlic increases the activity of Natural Killer cells of the immune system [2]. See Stomach Cancer. [25c]. Increased intake of garlic reduced risk of certain cancers according to population studies, including cancers of the stomach, colon, esophagus, pancreas, and breast. The higher the amount of raw and cooked garlic consumed, the lower the risk of stomach and colorectal cancer. In another study, higher intakes of onion and garlic were associated with a reduced risk of intestinal cancer. Garlic (with its allicin) is a small molecule telomerase inhibitor [List] for cancer cells.

Garlic as an Antibiotic
Garlic as an antibiotic (Allicin): Adult dosage: take 3-5 cloves 3x per day after meals, chop up, mix with honey, mustard, or barbeque sauce, add artificial sweetener, and chew; take on soda crackers and wash down with water or juice. A peppercorn salad dressing with extra sweetener mixed with the garlic and taken on soda crackers makes it a treat. Most infections go away after several days of treatment, including facial infections from bad teeth. Note that cancer and Alzheimer's disease can eventually be triggered by TNF-alpha and NF-KB from inflammation associated with such infections, so that garlic is a real life-saver. Garlic is effective against a wide range of bacteria and viruses, including Heliobacter pylori (causes stomach cancer), the HIV virus and the HPV virus. Allicin from crushed garlic induces apoptosis in cervical cancer cells, and also kills the HPV virus. Note that berberine induces apoptosis in cervical cancer cells and simlarly attacks genital warts, as does the Shiitake mushroom. There are current 2014 reports that allicin from crushed garlic has been used effectively against all bacteria and viruses that it has been tested on. Allicin has a short half-life, so take it from freshly crushed garlic cloves. For immediate treatment against HPV genital warts, use apple cider vinegar in cotton applied to the warty tissue for up to six days. I would then suggest taking garlic orally 3-5 cloves/serving for 3 servings per day mixed with chopped apples and salad dressing on soda crackers until all HPV viral particles are destroyed, for up to a maximum of 6 weeks. This kills the HPV virion and prevents recurrence of the HPV warts. Shiitake mushrooms may be superior to garlic against HPV, cervical cancer, and for NK Cell activity enhancement. Garlic can kill all friendly bacteria in the intestinal tract when taken orally, including the bacteria that make vitamin K2, which returns calcium to the bones and prevents aortic stenosis. The bacteria must be replaced with probiotics or acidophilus, to avoid yeast infections. Swiss cheese may be a good source for vitamin K2-producing bacteria, as it is a fine source of vitamin K2. (Swiss cheese is traditionally raw, but may be pasteurized. Aging is used to destroy undesired microbial species in Swiss cheese.) A probiotic "active culture" yogurt is often used to replace friendly intestinal tract bacteria.

Note that rubber gloves should be worn when cutting and skinning garlic cloves, as otherwise fingertip skin may peel where fresh garlic was handled. Alternatively, dip your fingers in water. Finely chop garlic to crush it and let it set half a minute to produce allicin, and its diallyl disulfide and allyl mercaptan. Do not cook it, as that destroys these compounds. Add to soups after they are cooked, not before. Prefer taking it raw mixed with salad on crackers. Always take garlic raw, since cooking can destroy garlic allicin.

Can garlic cure appendicitis? Garlic is an effective cure for early-stage appendicitis.

Can garlic cure sepsis? "The list of microbes that garlic can slay includes botulism (not necessarily), tuberculosis, diarrhea, staph, dysentery, pneumonia, sepsis and typhoid." from Garlic Infection Fighter and Virus Killer.

See also Garlic Treats Viral Diseases [Books, Viral Cures, Viral Pathogens] such as the common cold, polio, and HIV. It is also suspected that garlic is useful against every prokaryotic bacterial pathogen, including pathogens behind syphylis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, and anthrax. It is not certain that garlic is safe for babies and toddlers. Only yeast infections seem to be relatively immune to garlic as a cure. Yeast is a primative eukaryotic cell, the kind garlic spares at the prescribed dose while killing most or all bacteria (prokaryotic cells), fungi, and viruses.

Chopped garlic cures chronic inflammatory bowel diseases including abcesses from anal fistulas sometimes resulting from fisting, crohn's disease infections, and ulcerative colitis.

Garlic use must be cycled as garlic cannot be taken every day. This is to avoid yeast infections and to restock vitamin K2-producing bacteria with probiotic cheese and yogurt.

Garlic reduces hypertension [18], being a platelet aggregation inhibitor.

Garlic suppresses atherosclerosis [Patents, Books, LifeExtension] [5], [6], [7].

Garlic increases the HDL/LDL cholesterol ratio, decreases oxidation of LDL, and lowers triglyceride levels [18], tending to reverse atherosclerosis. Garlic removes arterial fatty streaks seen in the formation of atherosclerotic plaque [Books, LEF]. Aged garlic extract at 2400 mg/day for a year reduces arterial plaque burden [23], [24]. Cardiac computed tomography angiography [Links, Images, Video, Papers, Patents, Books] screening is conducted in such studies to assess coronary plaque volume, including total plaque volume, dense calcium, noncalcified plaque, and low-attenuation plaque vulnerable to rupture.

Garlic suppresses fibrinogen activity and reduces platelet aggregation [18].

Garlic is an antioxidant, which tends to suppress amyloid beta plaque formation in Alzheimer's Disease, LDL perioxidation tending to produce cardiovascular disease, and damaging ROS.

Cultivating Garlic [Links, Images, Papers, Patents, Books].
Without a greenhouse, garlic is usually planted on the shortest day (Winter Solstice) and harvested around the longest day (Summer Solstice). Garlic bulbs can be made larger by planting earlier in the Fall, instead of at the Winter Solstice.

Garlic Odor Repulsive
Finally, garlic is a "therapeutic" substance that can make you smell bad, and its fumes are a sex repellant that can get you shown out of a study hall, whether you smell it or not. It is best as a stay-at-home remedy for an infection to be cured in 3 days. Chronic use to equip you with youthful, expanded euchromatin to improve transcription of hTERT requires masking garlic odor with a selection or two from parsley, green tea, peppermint tea, mint, fennel, cloves, anise seeds, oral breath sprays, milk, coffee beans, and cologne.

The Crushed Garlic of the Medichants Better than NKVD Killer Cures for VD
I have seen the difference between healers at the table with garlic wisdom at their command, and NKVD at the table with destruction on their minds, using medicine and injections for the slaughter of sinners. NKVD are scary and believe in Killer Cures for VD instead of garlic cures. Garlic cures every bacterial form of VD, and quite possibly every viral form of VD from sex, fun, and frolic without rubbers. The more people know about how to fix themselves, the more they can joyously commune with each other via the joy of sex. This is why we find garlic bulbs producing The Lillies of the Field on tops of church spires such as St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow and throughout Russia, also resembling hard cock tops. If you know about garlic, you can boogie more, although it smells like a sex repellant, and not like Channel No. 5. However, suprises like Twilight Zone male pregnancy will still be a problem sometimes, and when your period turns on after transsexual moments have sent your balls up inside to become ovaries, the ensuing migraine headaches demand still more medical wisdom. Anyway, don't go to hell without garlic in your bag of tricks. Garlic makes somatic ecstacy's throbbing-cock He-LL more survivable. Nism-Dism Communism and its angels should have garlic available and firmly in mind, in addition to readily available flavored prophylactics and New Deal circumcised dongs for Liberty Belles.

Garlic and Onion Salads with Fish and B-vitamins for Life Extension with Rejuvenation
Onions contain benfotiamine, which reduces glucose toxicity [Patents, Books, LEF] and counteracts AGEs (Advanced Glycation End products). Onions also contain quercetin, which has been presented as a telomerase activator in Product B and also as a senolytic drug that forces senescent cells commit apoptosis and vanish. Combined with telomerase-activating garlic using the HDAC inhibitor property of chopped garlic to improve hTERT transcription, onion and garlic salads may be formulated to produce rejuvenation. Salads may be prepared that contain chopped garlic, onions, and olives mixed with sugarless sweetened apple cider mix, apple cider vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, and vinegar-and-oil dressing mix that are very delicious, good for the heart, inhibiting to atherosclerosis, and exhibiting rejuvenating properties. More quercetin-intensive ingredients than onions, such as capers, loveage leaves, and elderberries, should be very useful in formulating tasty and effective salads for rejuvenation and long life. Eliminating the trap of high-temperature cooking of land animals (by taking boiled fish and super B-vitamin pills instead) should then produce very impressive life extension by better controlling homocysteine, glycation, AGEs, atherosclerotic plaque, carcinogens from cooking, and dangerous fatty acids.

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Capers 180 mg/100g 28.349523 grams/oz, 1 oz = 1/16 lb.
3.53 oz per 100 grams, or 0.22 lb per 100 g.
Lovage Leaves 170 mg/100g Loveage is a member of the parsley family.
Elderberries 42 mg/100 g Elderberries contain high amounts of quercetin
Red Onions 19.93 mg/100g .
Onions 19.36 mg/100g We find 25.94 mg of quercetin
per (1/2 cup) onion (small onion).
Green Hot Peppers 15 mg/100g .
Kale 7.71 mg/100g .
Spinach 4.86 mg/100g .
Apple 4.4 mg/100g A large red apple contains about 10 mg of quercetin.
Red Grapes 3.54 mg/100g .
Senolytic Drug Footnotes Remarks
BCL-XL inhibitor A1331852 [12] [13] Senolytic.
BCL-XL inhibitor A1155463 [12] [13] Senolytic.
Dasatinib [10] [11] [12] [23] Senolytic.
Fisetin [12] [13] [23] Sometimes fails as a senolytic [13].
FOXO4-DRI [1] [2] [5] NovoPro FOXO4 D-Retro-Inverso(DRI) peptide
Garlic [17], [18], [19] Eliminates some senescent cells with AMPK activation. Boosts NK cell activation, Telomerase Activator.
Sex repellant, however.
Navitoclax (ABT263) [12] [15] [16] Senolytic.
Piperlongumine [12] [14] Senolytic.
Quercetin [Apoptosis] [7] [9] [12] [22] [23] [25] [35] Listed Telomerase Activator, Senolytic, reliable.
2 x 1 mg/day to 2 x 1500 mg/day. Video documentary:
500 mg/day for 3 months, to kill senescent cells,
then 150 mg/day maintenance dose [9], [35].
See senolytic NOW Quercetin with Bromelain,
800 mg/cap quercetin, 160 mg/cap bromelain.
Tocotrienols [Apoptosis] [7] [21] [22] [30] [31] [32] [33] [34] Listed Telomerase Activator, Senolytic, perhaps.
40-400 mg/day. Eliminates senescent cells.
May be used with quercetin.

[1] Butt MS, Sultan MT, Butt MS, Iqbal J. (2009),
Garlic: nature’s protection against physiological threats,
Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr 2009 Jun;49(6):538-51. [Papers/Garlic protection, Books]

[2] Ishikawa H, Saeki T, Otani T, et al. (2006),
Aged garlic extract prevents a decline of NK cell number and activity in patients with advanced cancer,
J Nutr 2006 Mar; 136(3 Suppl):816S-20S. [Special/NK Cell boosters].

[3] Svendsen, L., Rattan, S.I., Clark, B.F. (1994),
Testing garlic for possible anti-ageing effects on long-term growth characteristics, morphology and macromolecular synthesis of human fibroblasts in culture [Abstract],
Journal of Ethnopharmacology, (1994 July 8) 43(2):125-33. Reference by [4].

[4] Garlic, Nature's Perfect Prescription, by C. G. Hullquist, page 69.

"Legendary Dr. Albert Schweitzer used garlic for treating typhoid fever and cholera." p.8.
"The horrible Black Plague of the Middle Ages spared those who ate garlic regularly." p.14.
Garlic was shown to be more effective in treating typhoid than penicillin. p. 14.
"Field physicians soaked sterilized sphagnum moss with garlic juice and applied
the preparation to open wounds.
" ... in WW I. p.14.
Garlic appears to be effective against numerous organisms:
__Garlic is effective against Black Plague [Papers, Patents, Books],
_____Garlic is effective against Bubonic Plague [Papers, Patents, Books],
__Garlic is effective against Candida [Papers, Patents, Books],
__Garlic is effective against Cholera [Papers, Patents, Books],
__Garlic is effective against Coccidiodes [Papers, Patents, Books],
__Garlic is effective against Coxsackie [Papers, Patents, Books],
__Garlic is effective against Cryptococcus [Papers, Patents, Books],
__Garlic is effective against Epstein-Barr virus [Papers, Patents, Books, LEF], (tests)
__Garlic is effective against Herpes Simplex [Papers, Patents, Books],
__Garlic is effective against Histoplasma [Papers, Patents, Books],
__Garlic is effective against HIV virus [Papers, Patents, Books],
__Garlic is effective against Influenza B [Papers, Patents, Books],
__Garlic is effective against Leprosy [Papers, Patents, Books],
__Garlic is effective against Sporotrichosis [Papers, Patents, Books], and
__Garlic is effective against Tuberculosis [Papers, Patents, Books],
___"Tuberculosis has been treated by inhaling steam containing garlic oil or garlic juice.
__Garlic is effective against Typhoid [Papers, Patents, Books].

"I'm not in favor of aging for the same reason I'm not in favor of leprosy." - Aubrey de Grey
Note that regular garlic treatments can help prevent aplastic anemia.

[5] Borek C (2006),
Garlic reduces dementia and heart-disease risk,
J Nutr 2006 Mar;136(3 Suppl):810S-812S. [Dementia, Cardiovacular Disease].

[6] Campbell JH, Efendy JL, Smith NJ, Campbell GR (2001),
Molecular basis by which garlic suppresses atherosclerosis [PDF],
J Nutr 2001 Mar;131(3s):1006S-9S. [Atherosclerosis].

[7] Efendy JL, Simmons DL, Campbell GR, Campbell JH (1997),
The effect of the aged garlic extract, ‘Kyolic’, on the development of experimental atherosclerosis,
Atherosclerosis 1997 Jul 11;132(1):37-42. [Aged Garlic Extract, Kyolic].

[8] H.F Lua, C.C Sueb, C.S Yuc, et al (2004),
Diallyl disulfide (DADS) induced apoptosis undergo caspase-3 activity in human bladder cancer T24 cells.
___[Bladder Cancer, Diallyl disulfide, Caspase-3 activated apoptosis].

[9] Oommen S1, Anto RJ, Srinivas G, Karunagaran D (2004),
Allicin (from garlic) induces caspase-mediated apoptosis in cancer cells [Abstract, PDF],
Eur J Pharmacol 2004 Feb 6;485(1-3):97-103.
___[Apoptosis, Caspase-mediated Apoptosis (Patents, Books, LEF)].
___[Links/Allicin, Images, Papers, Patents, Books, LEF].

"Garlic (Allium sativum) has been used for centuries for treating various ailments, and its consumption is said to reduce cancer risk and its extracts and components effectively block experimentally induced tumors. Allicin, the major component present in freshly crushed garlic, is one of the most biologically active compounds of garlic. We found that allicin inhibited the growth of cancer cells of murine and human origin. Allicin induced the formation of apoptotic bodies [Links], nuclear condensation [Links] and a typical DNA ladder [Links] in cancer cells. Furthermore, activation of caspases -3, -8 and -9 and and cleavage of poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase were induced by allicin. The present results demonstrating allicin-induced apoptosis of cancer cells are novel since allicin has not been shown to induce apoptosis previously. Our results also provide a mechanistic basis for the antiproliferative effects of allicin and partly account for the chemopreventive action of garlic extracts reported by earlier workers."

The paper investigates allicin-induced apoptosis in cervical cancer cells [Apoptosis/Cervial Cancer] and colon cancer cells [Apoptosis/Colon Cancer], and quotes results for diallyl disulfide-induced apoptosis in leukemia [Apoptosis/Leukemia] cells.

[10] Guo, N.L., Lu, D.P., Woods, G.L., Reed E., Zhou, G.Z., Zhang L.B., Waldman, R.H. (1993),
Demonstration of the anti-viral activity of garlic extract against human cytomegalovirus in vitro,
Chin Med J (Engl) (1993 Feb), 106(2):93-6. [Garlic cures CMV (Papers, Books, LEF); CMV]

[11] Moriguchi, T., Takashina, K., Chu, P.J., Saito, H., Nishiyama, N. (1994),
Prolongation of life span and improved learning in the senescence accelerated mouse produced by aged garlic extract [PDF], Biol Pharm Bull (1994 Dec) 17(12):1589-94.
"Chronic feeding of raw garlic causes anemia, weight loss, and failure to grow."

[12] Vinay K Singh, Dinesh K Singh (2008),
Pharmacological Effects of Garlic (Allium sativum L.) [PDF],
ARBS Annual Review of Biomedical Sciences,
Department of Zoology, DDU Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, U.P., INDIA
Received: 11 September 2007; accepted 21 January 2008.

"The half-life of allicin (concentration of 0.1-0.4 mg/ml) at room temperature is 10 days in 1 mM citric acid (pH 3), 4 days in water, 48 h in methanol or chloroform, 24 h in ethanol, 24 h in hexane and 3 h in ether (Lawson, 1993)".

Evidently, allicin should be freshly prepared from crushed garlic.

[13] Stephen Laifer (2005),
Garlic [OnLine],
Life Extension Magazine April 2005.
___Links/Garlic, Images, Video, Papers, Patents, Books, LEF.

[14] Riddle JM (2001),
Garlic’s history as a medicine,
Paper presented at: American Herbal Products Association International Garlic Symposium, July 31, 2001.
___Garlic History (Links, Images, Video, Papers, Patents, Books, LifeExtension).

[15] Carmia Borek, Ph.D. (2000),
Garlic, the Bountiful Bulb [Online],
Life Extension Magazine January 2000.

[16] Tilli CM, Stavast-Kooy AJ, Vuerstaek JD, et al. (2003),
The garlic-derived organosulfur component ajoene decreases basal cell carcinoma tumor size by inducing apoptosis,
Arch Dermatol Res 2003 Jul;295(3):117-23. [Apoptosis/Garlic, Ajoene (Papers, Patents, Books, LEF), Skin Cancer].

[17] Rana SV , Pal R , Vaiphei K , Singh K (2006),
Garlic hepatotoxicity: safe dose of garlic, [OnLine],
Tropical Gastroenterology : Official Journal of the Digestive Diseases Foundation [2006, 27(1):26-30].
__[Garlic hepatotoxicity (Papers, Patents, Books, LEF); Safe Dose of Garlic (Books, LEF)].
__" 1.0, 2.5 and 5.0 g/kg body weight/day of garlic showed significant (P<0.001) deterioration
__in liver function tests (LFT's) after 21, 14 and 7 days respectively.
__"Garlic with high dose has the potential ability to induce liver damage and
__low doses (0.1 or 0.25 g / kg body weight/day) are safe doses of garlic.
__0.5 g/kg body weight/day dose of garlic showed morphological changes in the liver of one rat after 29 days.
__200 lb. = 90.7185 kg. 0.1 g/kg x 90.7185 kg = 9.7185 grams, 0.25 g/kg x90.7185 kg = 24.29625 g.
__0.5 g/kg x 90.7185 kg = 45.35925 grams.
__The average supermarket clove of garlic weighs about 4-7 grams.
__Exception: A typical garlic clove weighs about 3 grams. - How to Use Garlic Medicinally.
__Confirmation of 3 grams/clove of garlic.
__Google Search: Weight of a garlic clove in grams.
__Google Search: Safe dose of garlic (Papers, Patents, Books, LEF).

[18] Vinay K Singh, Dinesh K Singh (2008),
Pharmacological Effects of Garlic (Allium sativum L.),
ARBS Annual Review of Biomedical Sciences, 7 February 2008.

"Chinese strongly believe that garlic prolongs longevity (Srivastava et al., 1995) and is useful in treating most human diseases, including infections, cancer and heart diseases."

[19] Morbidoni L, Arterburn JM, Young V, Mallins D, Mulrow C, Lawrence V (2001),
Garlic: its history and adverse effects,
J Herbal Pharmacother 2001;1:63-83.
___Garlic History (Links, Images, Video, Papers, Patents, Books, LifeExtension).
___(Links/Adverse Effects of Garlic, Images, Video, Papers, Patents, Books, LifeExtension).

Abstract: "Garlic is a popular herbal alternative therapy. Adverse effects of garlic that have been reported with oral ingestion, inhalation, and topical exposure include smelly breath, body odor, flatulence, esopha-geal and abdominal pain, small intestinal obstruction, contact dermatitis, rhinitis, asthma, bleeding, myocardial infarction, urticaria, angioedema, anaphylaxis, skin blisters, and ulcero-necrotic lesions. Causality of garlic for specific adverse effects is best established for smelly breath, body odor, and allergic reactions; data regarding other adverse effects are primarily based on case reports. The frequency of adverse effects of garlic and whether they vary by particular preparations are not established."

[20] Doug Casey (2006),
The Virus Killer They Don't Want You to Know About,
InvestorsInsight.com, 04-18-2006.

"These are garlic's amazing health benefits:

It kills every virus, bacterium, fungus, and amoeba known to man--without the risk of creating resistance.

It can be used as prophylaxis to prevent stomach ulcers and stomach cancer.

It can prevent and successfully treat anthrax, dysentery, salmonella, staphylococcus, klebsiella, SARS, herpes, etc.

Studies have found that it penetrates and kills cancer cells, without harming the healthy ones.

It inhibits the formation of plaque on artery walls.

It controls insulin levels and helps prevent weight gain.

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Garlic Revisited: Therapeutic for the Major Diseases of Our Times? [PDF],
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[22] Rahman K (2003),
Garlic and aging: new insights into an old remedy,
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"Garlic.... has been used throughout the history of civilization for treating a wide variety of ailments associated with aging. The role of garlic in preventing age-related diseases has been investigated extensively over the last 10-15 years. Garlic has strong antioxidant properties and it has been suggested that garlic can prevent cardiovascular disease, inhibit platelet aggregation, thrombus formation, prevent cancer, diseases associated with cerebral aging, arthritis, cataract formation, and rejuvenate skin, improve blood circulation and energy levels."

[23] Life Extension News (2016),
Aged garlic extract reduces arterial plaque burden,
Life Extension Magazine, May 2016.
___[Links/Aged garlic extract reduces arterial plaque burden, Papers, Patents, Books, Life Extension].
___[Links/Aged garlic extract, Papers, Patents, Books, Life Extension].

[24] * Journal of Nutrition 2016 Jan 13.

[25] There are species of garlic [Images, Books] that have larger cloves than others, so that the dosage [17] here must be qualified. Some bulbs of garlic may consist of as little as 3 cloves per bulb, for instance, while other species of garlic may have typically 8 cloves. Instead of 3-5 cloves/serving, perhaps half a bulb of garlic per serving would be a better way of specifying typical adult dose. I must get down to weighing it, too. Furthermore, the standard dose must be scaled down for children according to the child's bodyweight.

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Vegetables, fruit and colon cancer in the Iowa Women's Study,
Am. J. Epidemiol 139:1-5.

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Garlic inhibits free radical generation and augments antioxidant enzyme activity in vascular endothelial cells,
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[49] William Falloon (2015),
Major Advance In Slowing Aging,
Life Extension Magazine, February 2015.

[50] Guo L, Xie B, Mao Z. (2012),
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Autophagy and aging,
Cell 2011 Sep 45. 2;146(5):682-95. [AMPK].

[52] Amagase, H., Schaffer, E.M.,& Milner J. (1996),
Dietary components modify the ability of garlic to suppress 7,12,-dimethyl (a anthracene induced DNA adducts),
J. Nut 126:817-824.

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Garlic Chemistry: Stability of S-(2-Propenyl) 2-Propene-1-sulfinothioate (Allicin) in blood, solvents and simulated physiological fluids,
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[59] Maldonado PD, Barrera D, Rivero I, et al. (2003),
Antioxidant S-allylcysteine prevents gentamicin-induced oxidative stress and renal damage,
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[62] Budoff MJ, Takasu J, Flores FR, et al. (2004),
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__[Links/Coronary Calcification (Papers, Patents, Books, LEF), Vascular Calcification].

[63] Wilburn AJ, King DS, Glisson J, Rockhold RW, Wofford MR (2004),
The natural treatment of hypertension,
J Clin Hypertens (Greenwich) 2004 May;6(5):242-8. [Hypertension].

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[66] Hassan HT (2004),
Ajoene (natural garlic compound): a new anti-leukaemia agent for AML therapy,
Leuk Res 2004 Jul;28(7):667-71.
__[Ajoene (Papers, Patents, Books, LEF), Leukemia (Papers, Patents, Books, LEF)].

[67] Ledezma E, Apitz-Castro R, Cardier J (2004),
Apoptotic and anti-adhesion effect of ajoene, a garlic derived compound, on the murine melanoma B16F10 cells: possible role of caspase-3 and the alpha(4)beta(1) integrin,
Cancer Lett 2004 Mar 31;206(1):35-41.
__[Ajoene (Papers, Patents, Books, LEF), Melanoma (Papers, Patents, Books, LEF)].

[68] Tilli CM, Stavast-Kooy AJ, Vuerstaek JD, et al. The garlic-derived organosulfur component ajoene decreases basal cell carcinoma tumor size by inducing apoptosis,
Arch Dermatol Res 2003 Jul;295(3):117-23.
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[69] Xu B, Monsarrat B, Gairin JE, Girbal-Neuhauser E (2004),
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[71] Wu CC, Chung JG, Tsai SJ, Yang JH, Sheen LY (2004),
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German measles)
12 Rubella Virus Vaccine
Enviroxime [Papers, Patents] (REF)
Flaviviruses Yellow fever virus 10 Garlic 5-8 cloves [Encyclopedia]
Fenugreek seed [Index]
Paramyxoviruses Measles virus 16-20 Calcium-spirulan [Links, Ref]
Orthomyxoviruses Influenza virus (flu) 14 Black Elderberry [Images],
Curcumin [Article, Index, Images]
Garlic [Encyclopedia, Article, Images]
NAC [Index, Images]
_with green tea
_and arginine (1.5 g).
_Effective for bird flu.
Reishi mushroom [Images]
Retroviruses HIV virus [Encyclopedia] 9 Alpha Lipoic Acid [Index, Images],
Calcium-spirulan [Links, Ref],
Carnosol [Links, Rosemary],
Catuaba [Images],
Cinnamon (Bark) [Index, Images],
Curcumin [Article, Index, Images],
EGCG [Index, Images],
Gallic acid [Index, Images],
Garlic [Encyclopedia, Images],
Glycyrrhizin [Index, Ref, Images],
Green Tea [Index, Images],
Hyssop [Images],
Lemon Balm extract [Images],
Maitake Mushroom [Index],
Olive Leaf Extract [Images],
Peppermint extracts [Images]
Pomegranate [Images, Juice],
Reishi mushroom [Images]
Rooibos Tea [Images],
Sage [Images],
Self-heal [Images],
Shiitake Mushrooms
__[Ref, Images],
Tannic acid [Images],
Theaflavin [Index, Images]
Picornaviruses Enterovirus
Coxsackie virus family
___[Papers, Patents]
7.3-7.4 Garlic [Encyclopedia]
Picornaviruses Poliovirus 7-8 Enviroxime [Papers, Patents] (REF)
Garlic [Encyclopedia]
Picornaviruses Rhinovirus
(common cold)
7.152 Garlic [Encyclopedia]
Licorice [Glycyrrhiza]
Picornaviruses Hepatitus A virus 7.478 Glycyrrhizin [Index, Ref, Images]
Hepadnaviruses Hepatitus C virus
___Liver Cancer
9.6 Glycyrrhizin [Index, Ref, Images]
St. John's Wort,
DNA Genomes @
(replicate within
the nucleus)
. . .
Hepadnaviruses Hepatitus B virus
___Liver Cancer
32 Curcumin [Article, Index],
Glycyrrhizin [Index, Ref, Images]
Reishi mushroom [Images]
Papovaviruses HPV virus [Index]
__Genital Warts
__Cervical cancer
5-8 Curcumin [Index, Images],
Garlic [Article, Encyclopedia]
Berberine [Images, List]
Reishi mushroom (HPV 16 E6)
Shiitake mushrooms (Index)
___[LEF, Ref, Papers, Patents],
___AHCC [Papers, Ref, LEF].
Adenoviruses [Index] Adenovirus 36 Curcumin [Article, Index, Images]
Herpesviruses [Index] Herpes Simplex Virus
HSV (HSV-1, HSV-2)
120-200 Acyclovir [Images],
Basil [Index, Images],
Berberine [Index, Images]
Clove Oil [Images],
Eugenol [Index, Images]
Garlic [Encyclopedia, Ref],
Glycyrrhiza [Index, Images]
Lemon Balm [Index, Images]
Licorice [Index, Images]
Reishi mushroom [Images]
Scinaia [Images, Extract]
Herpesviruses [Index] Cytomegalovirus (CMV) @
___Glioblastoma multiforme
235 Garlic [Encyclopedia, Ref, Images],
Glycyrrhizin [Index, Ref, Images],
Natural Killer cell boosters,
___Alpha Lipoic Acid,
___Beta carotene,
___Chronic resistance exercise,
___Modified arabinoxylan
______rice bran
___Shiitake Mushrooms,
___Vitamin B12
___Vitamin C,
___Vitamin D3,
___Vitamin E,
Prescription Drugs:
St. John's Wort [Index, Ref]
_Hypericin from St.John's Wort.
Herpesviruses [Index] Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV)
(Herpesvirus 4 (HHV-4))
____Hodgkins lymphoma,
____Burkitts lymphoma,
___gastric cancer, and
? Garlic [Encyclopedia, Ref, Images],
Fucoidan [Index, Images],
Echinacea [Index, Images, 900 mg/day],
Acyclovir [Images],
Valcyclovir [Images].
Poxviruses Vaccinia virus 130-280 Garlic [Encyclopedia, Ref],
Allicin [Ref, Links, Images]

Carcinogenic Viral pathogens [Papers, Patents, Books, LifeExtension] may cause cancer (although 80% of cancers are not from viruses):
___Adenovirus, a tumor provirus (DNA genome 36 kbp) [Micklos, et.al, DNA Science, p.225].
_____Adenovirus causes only flu-like symptoms in humans, but develops malignancies in mice.
___Epstein-Barr virus can cause lymphoma.
___Hepatitis B virus (DNA genome 3 kb) can cause liver cancer in 10-20% of chronic infections,
___Hepatitis C virus (RNA genome 10 kb) can cause liver cancer in 5% of chronic infections,
___HTLV-1 virus can cause lymphoma or adult T-cell leukemia via the viral gene tax.
___Herpes viruses can cause Burkitt's lymphoma, nasopharyngeal cancer, and Kaposi's sarcoma.
___HIV virus leads to higher rates of lymphomas and Kaposi's sarcoma via immunosuppression.
___Papilloma virus [Images] (DNA genome 8 kb) can cause cervical cancer.
___Polyomavirus, a tumor provirus, (DNA genome 5292 bp).
___Rabbit fibroma virus.
___Rous sarcoma virus (RSV) (DNA genome 60 kbp), a chicken tumor provirus.
___Simian virus 40 (SV40), a provirus, (DNA genome 5243 bp).
___T-cell lymphotropic virus can cause lymphoma.
___Retroviruses (RNA-genome 9-10 kb) can cause adult T-cell leukemia [Encyclopedia].
___C-myc, if translocated by viral infection, may become unregulated and carcinogenic.
___Viral oncoproteins [Links, Images, Papers, Patents, Books] can cause cancer.
About 20% of human cancers are virus-induced, including anogenital cancers (papilloma viruses), liver cancer (hepatitis B virus and hepatitis C virus) and some lymphomas (Epstein-Barr virus and T-cell lymphotropic virus). 

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