Polyerga’s Plus Spleen Peptides for Cancer, Memory, Sleep, Depression & Anxiety

December 22, 2023 7 mins to read

Polyerga is pretty fascinating – spleen peptides with immunostimulant properties and has a range of potential health benefits: bolstering the immune system against cancer, support brain health and memory, relieving anxiety and stress, improving sleep and more! As an Integrative nutrition student and influencer, I simply couldn’t let this one pass…So let’s get into this amazing animal derived medicine.

A Bit About Me

If you follow me on my socials you know I’ve done allot of research on nutrition for cancer, with the authoring of my Alexa Anona Protocol for Cancer – a nutritional guide to cancer. I’ve also suffered immensely from severe depression in the past, partly due to nutritional deficiencies in a vegan diet, and especially after the loss of my last dog Sabre. Actually when I first became interested in nutrition it was around biohacking to improve cognitive performance and memory. So when I heard about Polyerga spleen peptides and their many health benefits for cancer, depression, anxiety and memory…well to say I was excited would be an understatement.

Boosting Your Immune System with Polyerga® Plus

Polyerga® Plus uses purified and concentrated porcine spleen peptides – tiny but mighty peptides that operate like your body’s own personal messengers – boosting communication between cells – helping to regulate and stabilize a broad range of essential cell functions, from growth to critical daily operations. Taking polyerga is like supercharging the support system for your cells.

Polyerga List of Potential Health Benefits

Polyerga (Polyerga Plus)

  • Immunostimulant: Contains purified and concentrated porcine spleen peptides which regulate and stabilize immune system cells​​.
  • Cancer Support: Enhances lymphokine secretion and the generation of cytotoxic T-cells in supportive cancer therapy​​.

Polygala Tenuifolia

  • Memory Improvement:
    • Improved spatial and verbal memory in a clinical trial with 48 healthy people.
    • Enhanced memory in animal studies​​.
  • Cognitive Function in the Elderly: Enhanced cognitive function in a clinical trial with 53 elderly subjects and reversed cognitive impairments in animal models​​.
  • Depression: Demonstrated antidepressant effects in animal studies​​.
  • Sleep Disorders: Showed sleep-enhancing effects in animal studies​​.
  • Antipsychotic Properties: Reduced drug-induced hyperactivity in animal models​​.
  • Anxiety Reduction: Reduced anxiety in animal models​​.
  • Dermatitis: Alleviated stress-induced dermatitis in animal models​​.
  • Anti-Inflammatory: Reduced inflammatory cytokines and nitric oxide production in cell-based studies​​.
  • Cancer Research: Preliminary research indicates potential anticancer effects, but this is still in the early stages and requires further clinical studies​​.

Side Effects and Safety

  • Polyerga: Not specified in the sources.
  • Polygala Tenuifolia: May cause vomiting, diarrhea, changes in body weight, mild indigestion, and in one case, occupational asthma and rhinitis​​.

Usage and Dosage

  • Polygala Tenuifolia:
    • Dosage not officially established; consult with a healthcare provider for appropriate use.
    • Available as a powder or capsules, with up to 300 mg per day suggested for healthy adults​​.

It’s essential to consult with a healthcare provider before using these substances, especially for individuals with specific health conditions or those taking other medications or supplements.

Polyerga’s Rising Popularity

People will put their money into things that work…It’s no wonder that Polyerga’s market is booming! Valued in the millions of dollars, and it’s expected to grow even more through 2030. Needless to say spleen peptides are at the forefront of alternative medicine and the emerging market for more natural medicines.

A Global Phenomenon in Healthcare

Analyzing the Polyerga market trends from 2016 to 2028, it’s clear that it isn’t going anywhere. Both medical professionals and pharmaceutical giants have polyerga in their crosshairs. Now you know me and my thoughts on Bigpharma…they tend to try to squash, censor, or ban anything that actually does some good, unless they can make an immense profit from it. Fortunately, they can make somewhat off a profit off Polyerga as Polyerga Plus for example, is patent and costs roughly $80USD for a package of 105 packets. So maybe we will get to enjoy it for a while, as long as you can afford it.

A New Hope in Cancer Care

In the realm of cancer treatment, Polyerga has shown some promising results. Patients with melanoma receiving Polyerga treatment have seen a decrease in lung metastases (spread). This is especially noteworthy when used alongside other more traditional treatments, showcasing its potential as a powerful ally (adjunct therapy) in the fight against cancer.

Polyerga as a Biological Response Modifier

Here’s where it gets a little more technical – Polyerga is known as a biological response modifier. This means it’s being used to ramp up the body’s immune response, particularly in cancer patients. Your immune system is the primary defense you have against cancer, so if Polyerga can strengthen your immune function, then it can help your body to combat cancer. The full mechanics of how polyerga works are still a bit of a mystery, but on-going research is opening up new insights into it’s mechanisms of action against cancer.

Polyerga in the Pharma World

I consider polyerga a ‘natural’ medicine, berceuse it is animal sourced – derived from porcine spleen. However it is patent and recognized as a pharmaceutical medicine used in medical treatments. So while it may be ‘natural’ it is in fact a recognized medicine. As such, if you are interested in polyerga, I encourage you to discuss it with a licensed medical practitioner; preferably a naturopathic doctor who is more open to alternative medicines.

Final Thoughts | Conclusion

Polyerga is a animal derived peptide formula that is a powerful immune fortifying medicine with promising research on it’s anti-cancer properties. As well as it’s ability to help with: memory, depression, sleep, anxiety and more. It can reduce inflammation and improve over-all cell function. And science is still trying to figure out exactly how Polyerga works to offer all of these health benefits. If you are interested in polyerga you should discuss it with your doctor. If you are suffering from cancer, perhaps bring it up with your oncologist, or if they refuse to entertain the idea get a second opinion from a naturopathic doctor. And remember, just because it’s not popular in your country, doesn’t mean it isn’t a popular medicine in other countries.

Other References

  1. “Polyerga® Plus and Its Immunostimulant Properties”: Detailed information on the composition and functions of Polyerga® Plus. Read more.
  2. “Market Growth and Size of Polyerga”: Analysis of the global market value and growth projections for Polyerga. Explore the market trends.
  3. “Global Industry Analysis of Polyerga”: Comprehensive market research and forecasts for Polyerga. Discover global insights.
  4. “Research in Cancer Treatment with Polyerga”: Studies on the effectiveness of Polyerga in cancer treatment scenarios. Learn about the research.
  5. “Role of Polyerga as a Biological Response Modifier”: Discussion on Polyerga’s role and mechanism as a biological response modifier. Find out more.
  6. “Pharmaceutical Information on Polyerga”: Details on Polyerga’s active ingredients, uses, and pharmaceutical forms. Check pharmaceutical details.
  7. 2 Polygala Tenuifolia Benefits + Side Effects


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