Benefits, uses, & Science

physical benefits

Kambo is one of the world’s most effective and natural antibiotic and immune system booster. It detoxifies the liver and intestines, improves mental functioning, and has the potential to dissolve emotional blocks. It also helps to reset our cellular memory. Kambo enters the lymphatic system, waking up the body’s natural ability to heal itself.

 

 

Kambo traverses the blood-brain barrier and stimulates the endocrine glands of the brain, resulting in immune effects and deep bodily cleansing. It has antibiotic properties and strengthens the immune system, while physically destroying pathogenic microorganisms. Kambo is known to be anti-inflammatory, relieve joint pain, heal eyesight, and to ease pain.

The peptides and their effects are reported to have potential medical uses such as the treatment of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, depression, migraines, blood circulation problems, vascular insufficiency, organ diseases, skin and eye issues, cancer, fertility problems in women, AIDS, candida, hepatitis, herpes, and more.

 

The short-term effects can be enhanced resistance to tiredness, hunger, and thirst, an enhanced state of alertness and capacity to focus and still the mind. These effects can last for days or weeks.

Long-term, Kambo will strengthen and empower the immune system, help overcome fatigue, and increase overall well-being. People that regularly take the medicine very rarely get sick and have ample energy.

 

THERAPEUTIC USES

One of Kambo’s potential medical applications is the treatment of cancer. Dermaseptin B2 has been shown to inhibit cancer cell growth by more than 90%. Dermaseptin penetrates abnormal cells causing active cell destruction via necrosis rather than cellular apoptosis which is normal programmed cell death.

Dermaseptins & Adenoregulin are powerful antibiotics, found to effective against a broad range of microorganisms. Combined with their ability to cross the blood-brain barrier, peptides in Kambo are especially promising for conditions like meningitis and HIV.

Adenoregulins are powerfully effective on the mental body and mind for depression, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, stroke, and cognitive function such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and PTSD.

Dermorphin & Deltorphin are selective opiate receptor agonists and are 4,000 times more potent than morphine, 40 times more potent than endogenous endorphins (neurotransmitters producing analgesia and euphoria). Experiments in rats and mice chronically exposed to dermorphins have shown that they have higher efficacy and potency than morphine and are also less likely to produce tolerance, dependence, withdrawal, and other opiate side effects. Dermorphin and Deltorphin also stimulate deep breathing, UNLIKE opiates that suppress breathing. Phyllokinin may be useful in the treatment of hypertension as it has been shown to lower blood pressure more effectively than other polypeptides.

Other conditions that may benefit from Kambo include chronic pain, Parkinson’s disease, vascular problems, hepatitis, diabetes, rheumatism, arthritis, and other chronic inflammatory diseases, infertility, eating disorders, addictions, chronic fatigue, and anxiety.

 

PHARMACOLOGY


The secretion of Phyllomedusa bicolor in particular contains dozens of peptides, most significantly including phyllocaerulein, phyllomedusin, phyllokinin, sauvagine, dermaseptin B2, adenoregulin, deltorphins, and dermorphin.

Phyllocaerulein

Phyllocaerulein is a hypotensive neuropeptide that stimulates the adrenal cortex and pituitary gland. Present in Kambo, it has a role in the medicine’s analgesic and satiety effects.

Caeruleins & Sauvagines

Caeruleins & Sauvagines assist with adrenal and pituitary sensory enhancement contributing to increased physical strength, the capacity to confront physical pain, stress, disease, and diminish the symptoms of fatigue. Sauvagine, functions like a hormone interacting with the pituitary-adrenal axis and corticotropin-releasing receptors—involved in stress, anxiety, depression, and addictive behavior.

Phyllomedusin

Phyllomedusin interacts with tachykinin receptors—shown to regulate the functions of dopamine, serotonin, and other neurotransmitters. While phyllokinin targets the bradykinin receptors. Phyllomedusin contracts smooth muscles while phyllokinin relaxes them. Both are potent vasodilators, increasing the permeability of the blood-brain barrier.

 

Deltorphins & Dermorphin

Deltorphins & Dermorphin are both powerful opioid receptor agonists. Deltorphins, in particular have among the highest binding affinity and selectivity to delta opioid receptors of any natural compound.

Adenoregulin

Adenoregulin stimulates the binding of agonists to A1 adenosine receptors and is shown to cause behavioral depression in mice. . Adenosine is a byproduct of ATP metabolism and functions in neurotransmitter release, synaptic plasticity, and neural-protection in ischemia, hypoxic and oxidative stress events. So, this is where our life force energy resides in our cellular structure. It assists in various other roles in the heart, regulating myocardial oxygen consumption and coronary blood flow. Adenoregulins  are a fundamental component for cellular energy and fuel.

T-Cell & Cytokine

T-Cell & Cytokine production are important aspects of the immune system. Therefore, Kambo enhances the immune system by way of stimulating immune cell production.

 

Dermaseptins

Dermaseptins are highly effective antimicrobial peptides and Dermaseptin B2 and B3 have been studied and shown to kill cancer cells.

Plasticins & Philliseptins

Plasticins & Philliseptins are other antimicrobial peptides.

Bradykinins

Bradykinins produce vasodilation, contraction of non-vascular smooth muscle, increase vascular permeability and related to anti-inflammation and reduction of pain.

Tryptophilins

Tryptophilins are neuropeptides responsible for the production of proteins, muscles, enzymes, and neurotransmitters that are novel and currently broadening perspectives on how the brain works.