What are MAF lollies for activating macrophages (GcMAF)?
MAF lollies are a convenient form of MAF capsules, containing vitamin D binding protein called GcMAF. This substance, occurring naturally in human body, works as an activating factor for macrophages, the white blood cell protecting the host from infection and injury. Activating macrophages allows to improve immune function of the body, effectively treating such diseases as:
- cancer and various tumors, including prostate cancer, colon cancer and breast cancer,
- HIV and AIDS,
- hepatitis B and hepatitis C,
- multiple sclerosis,
- chronic fatigue symptom,
- rheumatoid arthritis,
- autism symptoms, including child autism.
MAF lollies, of course, can also be used for the prevention of diseases in healthy individuals. Each drop contains the same amount of active principle as one capsule and is easy to use.
GcMAF for MAF lollies is extracted from milk whey by sterilization using the 0.22mm filtration system. The lollies do not contain any artificial flavors, colors, gluten, soy, wheat, egg, rice, starch, hormones, and antibiotics. GcMAF protein doesn't have any particular contraindications and can be combined with other treatments and medications, including:
- hormone therapy,
- signal transduction inhibitors,
- angiogenesis inhibitors,
- immunotherapy drugs,
- radiation therapy etc.
Active principles: GcMAF (vitamin-D binding protein)
Amount: 50 drops
Maker: Saisei Pharma Co., Ltd., Osaka, Japan
Indications: activating macrophages, improving immune system
How to take
Take 1 drop a day, slowly dissolving in the mouth. Your doctor can adjust the dosage according to your age, disease and symptoms.
Contraindications: do not use for children under 5 years old.
To provide a full effect, GcMAF needs a healthy amount of vitamin D within the body. Take at least 5000 IU of vitamin D3 together with this medicine.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patient needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.