METAGENICS – Parex
Ingredients in Parex have been traditionally used to or may:
Help rid the body of intestinal worms and parasites, maintaining healthy intestinal microbial balance.
Exert antimicrobial, antiparasitic and anthelmintic activity.
Parex contains a potent herbal formulation used for their broad spectrum anti-pathogenic properties in traditional Chinese, Western and Ayurvedic herbal medicine.
Pomegranate peel extract may reduce and eliminate parasitic cyst shedding due to the presence of metabolic toxins, which has a direct effect on parasitic intestinal growth and cyst formation.
Nigella and Myrrh may exert antiparasitic action via immunomodulatory effects.
Artemisinin, a constituent of Sweet Wormwood has multiple antiparasitic and antiprotozoal actions including formation of free radicals, which can alter biochemical pathways within the parasite and mediate eradication.
Parex contains Pomegranate, Nigella, Myrrh and Black Walnut which have been used in traditional Western herbal medicine to assist in the expulsion of intestinal worms from the body.
Artemisinins possess antifungal activity via multiple mechanisms including disruption to fungal mitochondrial function.
The sesquiterpenes in Myrrh interact with bacterial cell envelopes which leads to the disruption of cell membranes and subsequently bacteriolysis.
Peppermint oil may also inhibit the formation of microbial biofilms via damaging microbial cytoplasmic membranes.
Pomegranate peel not only exerts antimicrobial activity, but has a prebiotic effect, positively modulating gut microbiota towards bifidobacterium and possesses significant activity anti-inflammatory activity in the gastrointestinal tract.
Parex may reduce symptoms of dyspepsia and mild digestive discomfort.