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Paris 7 ingredients were selected for their broad spectrum of action and lack of side effects: each of the ingredients has been indicated in Chinese medical literature as useful for both viral hepatitis and cancer. It is not too surprising to find this overlap: chronic viral diseases involve integration of the virus into DNA, and the DNA must be activated in order for the virus to then be expressed. Cancer cells have a DNA segment that causes the uncontrolled reproduction of cells; it must also be activated to induce this growth. Therefore, it is possible that the herbs prevent activation of dormant DNA strands that can cause disease (see also Baicalcumin, White Tiger). A common generalized treatment for cancer in China is to give equal amounts of oldenlandia and scutellaria, which are included in this formula. This type of preparation is normally delivered to patients as a high dosage decoction. The closest version in tablet form is to make a concentrated hot water extract of the ingredients, as is done here, and prescribe the tablets in large dosages (e.g., 6 tablets three times per day). This formula has been utilized for long periods of time by some individuals without any apparent adverse effects; the herbs do not cause weakening of the stomach/spleen functions. Oxymatrine (White Tiger), used for cancer and hepatitis, may be given along with this formula to boost the dose of active ingredients in subprostrata. Several of the herbs are considered especially useful for treating lung infections, which is another application of the formula. Paris 7 should not be considered alternative to modern cancer therapies, but may be used as an adjunct or when those therapies are not offered. China produces many oldenlandia tea products (e.g., in tea bags, with various formulations) with these same applications.
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