The effect of BSR on the infectious properties of the cytopathogenic variant of hepatitis C virus (HCV).
In a study the antiviral activity of the BSR preparation against infection caused by the cytopathogenic variant of HCV in cell cultures. To study the antiviral activity of BSR, the studies used the cytopathogenic strain of hepatitis C virus, the reference strain of Edmonston (Enders J. a. Peebles T., 1954).
The work of this study shows that:
- Infectious hepatitis C virus titers decreased to 6.0 Ig.
- During therapy with BSR, the infectious activity of the highly pathogenic variant of the hepatitis C virus is reduced by 100 times or more.
- BSR refers to the means of etiotropic treatment of infections, including those providing an early antiviral process (prevention), when immunological defence mechanisms are activated, which are expressed in the interaction of factors that develop adaptive immunity.
- BSR protects uninfected cells from the cytopathogenic effect of hepatitis C.
- BSR frees the liver from viral load and provides its reliable protection and speedy recovery due to inhibition at certain stages of virus replication.
- Against the background of the BSR preparation, the activity of Natural Killers from 3 to 400 % was noted during the administration.
- The liver in our body is the most amazing and unpretentious organ. It performs more than 400 different functions, while it is the main barrier between the blood coming from the intestine and all other organs. Hepatocyte cells process the incoming material, synthesize the substances necessary for the entire body from it, remove and neutralize poisons and toxins.
- The liver has an exceptional ability to regenerate and easily restores up to 75% of dead cells. BSR restores liver cells and cleanses the bile ducts.
- BSR is indicated for anyone who has experienced any kind of liver disease: be it cirrhosis, fibrosis, fatty hepatosis, liver hemangioma (tumor), or even necrosis. BSR has a therapeutic and prophylactic effect against infection caused by hepatitis C virus, both direct and indirect effects on all seven genotypes.
- It destroys “fat sarcophagi” in the liver, instantly binding the toxins contained in them and disposing of them.
- It reduces the load on the liver during the period of administration – i.e. takes on a cleansing function by unloading a diseased organ.
- It triggers the active regeneration and formation of new clean and healthy cells.