Made with Xara Kwao Krua Kao (pueraria Mirifica) Kwao Krua Dang (Butea Superba) The Fountian of Youth Has Been Found The Northern Kingdom Monks' lost text is DISCOVERED! Their ancient secret reveals how to...Bring human aging to a virtual STAND STILL  And 21st century science confirms: "They're right!" It's the 14th century and in the muggy, dense jungles of modern day Thailand and Myanmar, the highest order of monks in the Northern Kingdom is about to receive...The secret to outfoxing Father Time. Pueraria mirifica   is Thailand’s endemic species found mainly in the northern and western part of Thailand and has local name  as “White Kwao Krua”. The Thai vine herbal plant is grown in association with the moderate-size trees  ranking from timber wood to bamboo in the deciduous rain forest. The enlarge underground tuber accumulate  “phytoestrogens” comprising isoflavone. The compounds that make Pueraria mirifica different from any other  phytoestrogen- containing plants in the Family Leguminosae are Miroestrol and Deoxymiroestrol, which  possess highest estrogenic activity among the known phytoestrogens due to structural similarity to estradiol.  Miroestrol was actually the first compound isolated from this plant by a group of German chemists in 1940,  but the plant had been mistakenly reported then as Butea superba. It was later on classified as a new plant  called Pueraria mirifica Airy Shaw et Suvatabhandu. The isolation and identification of deoxymiroestrol from  the root of Pueraria mirifica has just been reported in the February 2000 issue of the Journal of Natural  Products. The authors proposed that since deoxymiroestrol is easily oxidized to miroestrol, deoxymiroestrol,  not the previously reported miroestrol, is more likely to be the actual chemical constituent of Pueraria  mirifica. However, it is very likely that the two phytoestrogens coexist in the root of this plant. AS shown  below, the chemical structures of the two compounds are very similar to that of estradiol, the main human  estrogen.         In addition to miroestrol and deoxymiroestrol, Pueraria mirifica also contains other chemicals that  belong to isoflavone and coumestran groups of phytoestrogens, e.g., Genistein, Daidzein, Daidzin, Genistin,  and Coumestrol that are usually found in soybeans. (Table). However, the estrogenic activity of Miroestrol and  Deoxymiroestrol is much more potent than that of soy isoflavones.    Table : Chromene, Isoflavonoid and coumestran derivatives in Pueraria mirifica          The results from the studies of researchers and acadamics shows that the selected Pueraria mirifica   cultivar  contains very high isoflavone contents and showing high antimutagenic effects as well as high killing  effects to human mammary cancer cell line. Nowadays nutritionists recommend the consumer to consume  isoflavone regularly for the purpose of cancer protection.                                                Miroestrol and its derivatives are also   precious chemicals in the White Kwao Krua which promote  estrogenic and mammogenic effects to various tissues and organs such as uterus, ovary and skin.            Soy which is used in Asia and throughout the world contains significantly  lower phytoestrogen content than pueraria mirifica. What makes pueraria  mirifica most unique is the two chromenes, miroestrol and its precursor  deoxymiroestrol. There is ample research suggesting phytoestrogens support  for cardiac health, breast health, prostate health, colon health, healthy  cholesterol and bone health.   ShareGMR.org
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