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Larrea Tridentada (Chaparral) is a product
that people are finding for sale on the internet and ordering online in
an attempt to treat herpes simplex virus. If you have tried Larrea
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LARREA TRIDENTADA - Have you tried it yet?
Yep- search for it on pubmed and almost
every hit talks about it's toxicity. If my choice was my liver or my
herpes I think I'll stick with the herpes thank you! There is also
absolutely no scientific research backing that Larrea or lauricidin is
effective for herpes. Even Dr. Kabara himself admits that for his
Chaparral, commonly called the creosote
bush, is a desert shrub with a long history of use as a traditional
medicine by Native Americans. Chaparral is marketed as a tea, as well as
in tablet, capsule, and concentrated extract form, and has been promoted
as a natural antioxidant "blood purifier," cancer cure, and acne
treatment. At least six cases (five in the United States and one in
Canada) of acute non-viral hepatitis (rapidly developing liver damage)
have been associated with the consumption of chaparral as a dietary
supplement. Additional cases have been reported and are under
investigation. In the majority of the cases reported thus far, the
injury to the liver resolves over time, after discontinuation of the
product. In at least two patients, however, there is evidence that
chaparral consumption caused irreversible liver damage. One patient
suffered terminal liver failure requiring liver transplant.
Most of these
cases are associated with the consumption of single ingredient
capsules or tablets; however, a few of the more recent cases appear to
be associated with consumption of multi-ingredient products (capsules,
tablets or teas) that contain chaparral as one ingredient. Chemical
analyses have identified no contaminants in the products associated with
the cases of hepatitis. Products from at least four different
distributors and from at least two different sources have been
implicated thus far.
health warning, many distributors of chaparral products voluntarily
removed the products from the market in December of 1992. Some chaparral
products remain on the market, however, and other distributors who
removed their products from the market are seeking to clarify the status
of these products. - Compliments of the FDA
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