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Jun 08, 2013 10:43:04 PDT
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MAF 878 Starter Powder
Normal Gc protein (also called Vitamin-D binding protein), an abundant glyco-protein found in human blood serum, it becomes a molecular switch to activate macrophages when it is converted to its active form, Gc macrophage activating factor (Gc-MAF). Gc protein is normally activated by conversion to Gc-MAF with the help of the B and T cells (bone marrow-made and thymus gland-made white blood cells) in the immune system. But, as researchers explain certain viruses cause a secretion of an enzyme known as alpha-N-acetylgalactosaminidase (also called Nagalase) that completely blocks conversion of Gc protein to Gc-MAF, preventing action by the macrophages. This is the way there is disengagement of the immune system, which may leave patients prone to infections or immune system symptoms. Originally the GcMAF was given by a once-weekly injection of minute amounts of Gc-MAF, just 100 nanograms (billionths of a gram), activates macrophages.
Nobuto Yamamoto, director of the Division of Cancer Immunology and Molecular Biology, Socrates Institute for Therapeutic Immunology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, says this is "probably the most potent macrophage activating factor ever discovered."
Once a sufficient number of activated macrophages are produced, another Gc-MAF injection is not needed for a week because macrophages have a half-life of about six days. After 16-22 weeks Nagalase enzyme reportedly fell to levels found in healthy people. It is not mandatory to measure Nagalase levels, the lab results received were insufficiently quality controlled. NK cells are a better indication.
PREPARING MAF STARTER POWDER:
The starter contains probiotic bacteria and colostrum, which when added to kefir and yogurt will produce MAF.
Get a gallon (at least 96 oz.) glass jar, wide mouth jar is preferable, so that stirring is made easier. Wash the jar thoroughly, finally rinsing any soap residue.
*Add ONE container of powdered starter to glass jar (for one batch) first use 4 oz. of the whole milk to mix the powder thoroughly (for smoother consistency) you will have 12 oz milk left to add to your mix.
*Add 16 oz. whole milk (not low or non fat) to glass jar (goat milk if lactose intolerant). The goat substitution may or may not satisfy the lactose intolerance, it varies patient to patient.
*Add 36 oz. kefir to glass jar (goat kefir if lactose intolerant)
*Add 36 oz. yogurt to glass jar (goat yogurt if lactose intolerant)
The final mixture is approx. 88 ounces (approx. 2 liters) sufficient for one month.
Stir thoroughly with new wooden spoon to mix starter throughout mixture. Keep this spoon solely for MAF.
Allow glass jar mixture to mature at room temperature for 5 days, stirring each day.
On the fifth day the mixture should be ready for administration and may be kept in a refrigerator.
Take 2.5 oz. (approx. 75ml) with food daily. You should have a salad with one teaspoon of olive oil or flax seed oil to reduce the gastric enzymes digesting the MAF 878. When you have 5 days left transfer MAF878 to a smaller glass jar so you can prepare your next batch to be ready when using your last day of MAF878.