BOTOX VS NERIUM

by admin on October 2, 2012

Jul 30, 2012
Alternative To Botox
Author: Bryce
Nerium AD is a great alternative to Botox. Why? Lets compare the 2 active ingredients in the context of safety.
Links to death by using Botox
In September 2005, a paper published in the Journal of American Academy of Dermatology reported from the FDA saying that use of Botox has resulted in 28 deaths between 1989 and 2003, though none were attributed to cosmetic use.
On February 8, 2008, the FDA announced that Botox has “been linked in some cases to adverse reactions, including respiratory failure and death, following treatment of a variety of conditions using a wide range of doses,” due to its ability to spread to areas distant from the site of the injection.In April 2009, the FDA updated its mandatory boxed warning cautioning that the effects of the botulinum toxin may spread from the area of injection to other areas of the body, causing symptoms similar to those of botulism.

Botox Adverse Effects

 

In January 2009, the Canadian government warned that botox can have the adverse effect of spreading to other parts of the body, which could cause muscle weakness, swallowing difficulties, pneumonia, speech disorders and breathing problems.
Several cases of death have been linked to the use of other chemicals as substitutes for Botox, one of the causes of death listed on the Spike TV show, 1000 Ways to Die.
1. FDA Notifies Public of Adverse Reactions Linked to Botox Use. Fda.gov. Retrieved on 2012-05-06.^
2.FDA Gives Update on Botulinum Toxin Safety Warnings; Established Names of Drugs Changed, FDA Press Announcement, August 3, 2009
3. “Botox chemical may spread, Health Canada confirms”. CBC News. 2009-01-13.

Nerium Oleander

nerium oleander

After evaluating all safety and toxicity data, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration determined that a defined Nerium oleander extract is safe enough to be administered to humans by mouth, and a defined Nerium oleander extract is now being used to treat cancer patients under an FDA-approved Investigational New Drug application. At this time the Nerium oleander extract has been administered to over 100 people by injection or mouth at total IM doses of from 0.5 mL to 2.25 mL and oral doses of 0.6 to 10.2 mg/day, for treatment of cancer, with no substantial negative side effects.
1. Anvirzel. IND Application: Pharmaceutical Product “Nerium Oleander Extract”: Investigators Handbook, Volume III. 1998
2. Henary HA, R Kurzrock, GS Falchook et al. Final Results of a First-in-Human Phase 1 Trial of PBI-05204, and Inhibitor of AKT, FGF-2, NF-Kb and P70S6K in Advanced Cancer Patients. J Clin Oncol 29; 2011 (supplement; abstract 3023)

Nerium a better alternative to botox

NeriumAD

Not also is Nerium a better alternative to botox, it is Clinically proven to decrease deep lines by up to 67%, decrease fine lines by up to 55%, decrease discoloration by up to 67% and emerging lines up to 34%
Clinical trials show that NeriumAD dramatically reduces the appearance of:
• Fine Lines and Wrinkles
• Hyperpigmentation
• Uneven Skin Texture
• Enlarged Pores
• Aging or Sun-Damaged Skin
So what are you going to put on your skin?

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