Capsules methylene blue 20 mg

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Methylene blue has been described as “the first fully synthetic drug used in medicine.” Its use in the treatment of malaria was pioneered by Paul Guttman and Paul Ehrlich in 1891.

During this period before the first World War, researchers like Ehrlich believed that drugs and dyes worked in the same way, by preferentially staining pathogens and possibly harming them. BASF : “ Bayerische Analine und Soda Fabrik”   is an example that dyes can be drugs.

These days  more recently PYRIDIUM, generic name : Phenazopyridine is a chemical which, when excreted into the urine, has a local analgesic effect. It is often used to alleviate the painirritation, discomfort, or urgency caused by urinary tract infectionssurgery, or injury to the urinary tract.

Phenazopyridine was by incident  discovered by Bernhard Joos, the founder of Cilag, part of Janssen Pharmaceutica, Belgium,  It causes a distinct color change in the urine, typically to a dark orange to reddish color.

In history  Methylene blue was  continued to be used in the second World War, where it was not well liked by soldiers, who observed, “Even at the loo, we see, we pee, navy blue.” Antimalarial use of the drug has recently been revived.

The blue urine was used to monitor psychiatric patients’ compliance with medication regimes. This led to interest – from the 1890s to the present day – in the drug’s antidepressant and other psychotropic effects. It became the lead compound in research leading to the discovery of chlorpromazine.

 

 

Methylene Blue Cures ?

Considered  as a  dye, methylene blue has a variety of medicinal applications. The first synthetic drug created, methylene blue originally served as an effective malaria treatment. While still used as a malaria treatment today, the applications now extend far beyond this singular use to include a wide array of purposes. EWIJK’S BLUE is a special prepared methylene blue, crossed the blood/brain barrier and opens new ways to treat certain diseases or conditions.

 

What is Methylene Blue?

Known as a heterocyclic aromatic chemical compound, methylene blue possesses a unique molecular formula that situates it well as an effective medicinal treatment. The compound appears as a solid, odorless, dark green powder when held at room temperature. However, when mixed with water, the green powder dissolves and yields a characteristic blue solution.

With this characteristic color, the compound is often used in medicinal practices to perform medical tests and surgeries as it colors the bodily fluids and tissues, making them easy to see.

Methylene blue is also considered a form of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is a substance that transports oxygen and distributes it to the tissues and organs. As methylene blue functions in much the same way as hemoglobin, it is effective for treating a wide range of conditions.

 

Health Benefits of Methylene Blue

Used as both a dye and a medicinal treatment, methylene blue possesses a wide range of effective applications. The compound is considered a mild antiseptic, so it can be used to kill bacteria in the body, particularly in conjunction with other treatments. These and other properties, like crossing the blood/brain barrier , make it an effective treatment for a variety of other conditions as well.

Methylene blue is often used as a treatment for urinary tract infections and other mild infections in conjunction with other treatments. Additionally, the compound can be used to treat malaria, cancer, skin conditions including psoriasis, Alzheimer’s disease, and cyanide as well as carbon monoxide poisoning. It is also used as a treatment for parasites, swine flu, and Parkinson’s disease. While several applications for the treatment have already been identified, it is likely that continued research will reveal more applications for methylene blue like  EWIJK’S BLUE.  In any case, care must be taken when using the treatment to prevent interactions and adverse effects associated with overconsumption.

DOSAGE

The recommended daily  dosage is 2 or 3 capsules of 20 milligram  between meals with room temperature water, or as prescribed by your physician or health care taker.

SIDE EFFECTS

Discoloration of urine ( blue ) ,eyes and (seldom) skin.

PACKAGE

1 Zip bag contains 50 EWIJK’S BLUE capsules of 20 mg.

STORAGE

Do not store above 25 Celsius. Protect from light and moisture. Keep out of the reach of children and pets.