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Cholesterol Immunization

Immunisation against Atherosclerosis

Cholesterol immunization is a vaccine developed to prevent and treat atherosclerosis. Arteriosclerosis (or atherosclerosis) is the last stage of a kind of vasoconstriction that involves the thickening and hardening of arteries. More specifically, this condition involves the accumulation of plaques inside our blood vessel walls that lead to calcification, making the arteries less flexible and more fragile.

Finally, as blood pressure increases (due to the small diameter) and walls become more vulnerable to cracking, thrombosis happens which can lead to serious medical condition or even death. Once treated, the vaccine prevents it from coming back. The vaccine is the result of over 40 years of intensive research on how to prolong life and minimize the effects of bad cholesterol in the human body. The vaccine called Jab for Health (J for H) is researched and developed by Dr. István Horváth.

Navrattan Group’s team of scientists has collaborated with International Life Care (ILC) of Hungary, to develop the vaccine in India and make available this immunization technology for our people.

What does it do?

  • It cures atherosclerosis and protects from its reappearance.
  • It normalizes the cholesterol metabolism, makes the deposited cholesterol usable, stops the exaggerated production of LDLs and ends the cells’ starvation for cholesterol.
  • Regulates the production of essential materials made by cholesterol (bail acid, hormones, cell membrane, receptor stabilizing etc.)
  • Protects against contagions.
  • Increases the chance of fertilization, increases sexual activity, and protects the embryos.
  • Helps the body to absorb minerals more efficiently and faster.
  • Insures that organs are getting the proper oxygen and nutrients.
  • Ends the absence of insulin if caused by atherosclerosis (the pancreas’ artery may be blocked as well, limiting insulin production.)

What is the serum made of

The cholesterol antigen’s ingredient is a highly purified and substituted cholesterol base “artificial bacteria”. The structure of the antigen particles are within a micrococcus size (200-400 nm).

After 4 years storage in refrigerator (+5 °C) the physical behavior of the antigen did not change. The particles were not agglutinated, their suspending and microscopic morphology was not changed. The grape-form agglutination was preventable by physiological intermixture.