Large wax moth larvae extract «CHICHKA»
Wax moth (moth) — the only living creature on Earth whose larvae are able to digest and assimilate beeswax. In addition to wax, the larvae consume pollen, pollen, wax combs, honey, propolis, royal jelly, chitin of larvae and pupae of bees, therefore they have a cumulative property with respect to biologically active beekeeping products.
The pharmacologic and therapeutic effect of the extract of the larvae of the large wax moth is wide enough. The wax mole contains a significant amount of free amino acids, fatty acids, mono- and disaccharides, trace elements (a lot of zinc and magnesium). Wax moth larvae extract is recommended to be used in the treatment of cardiovascular, bronchopulmonary diseases, when conventional treatment (antibiotics, chemicals) is ineffective, effective in treating tuberculosis (has a detrimental effect on Koch's wand, promotes resorption of foci of changes and healing of tuberculosis cavities) in the treatment of menopause disorders, infertility, contributes to the restoration of childbearing functions in women, has a pronounced immunomodulatory effect, normalizes cellular and humoral immunity, stimulates the work of the pancreas for the vines, is indicated for various forms of immunodeficiency, has anti-stress activity, increases the body's adaptogennist, delays its aging, effective against fungal lung diseases, treatment of extrapulmonary tuberculosis pathology (bones, joints, kidneys, intestines, lymph nodes, etc. ).
In pediatrics, the extract gives excellent results in the treatment of broncholegenic diseases, including asthma. In addition, this drug has a positive effect on the human body as a whole: it normalizes all metabolic processes in the body (reduces the level of sugar, prevents the deposition of fat in the liver and the walls of blood vessels, has a positive effect on blood formation).