ASAB, short for “As Soon As you are Bit,” is a potent herbal formulation meticulously crafted to combat tick-borne infections. This unique blend contains a powerful combination of Echinacea angustifolia, Withania somnifera, Polygonum cuspidatum root, Scutellaria baicalensis, Cordyceps militaris, Pueraria thomsonii, Salvia miltiorrhiza, and Uncaria rhynchophylla. Its primary purpose is to halt the dissemination of infections by impeding their ability to spread through the body by blocking of enzymes and inflammatory cytokines, while also bolstering the immune system.
Key Benefits of ASAB:
- Endothelial Cell Protection: ASAB shields endothelial cells, acting as a crucial barrier against invasive pathogens, preventing infection.
- Connective Tissue Preservation: Through enzyme inhibition, ASAB safeguards the Extracellular Matrix (ECM) and collagen within connective tissues, maintaining structural integrity and preventing breakdown.
- Management of Inflammatory Cytokine Cascade: ASAB effectively controls the cascading inflammatory cytokines triggered by infections, curbing the infection’s sustenance, and reducing tissue damage and symptoms.
- Immune Response Modulation: During the acute infection phase, ASAB enhances and reinforces the immune response, enabling the body to combat the infection effectively. In the chronic infection stage, ASAB achieves immune system balance, promoting stability and regulatory homeostasis.
ASAB’s formulation aligns precisely with the complex pathogenesis of Chronic Lyme Disease, making it a promising therapeutic intervention for patients. Whether you are in the acute or chronic phase of the infection, ASAB’s comprehensive approach addresses all aspects of the disease process, ensuring effective management throughout the treatment.
Please note that ASAB complements microorganism eradication, which can be achieved by adding ASAB2 or appropriate prescription antibiotics. Embrace ASAB as your comprehensive solution for Tick-Borne Infections and experience its potential in managing and treating this challenging condition.