Information From Around The Web On Thunder God Vine Root Extract Dosage
We get many questions here about what dosage of Thunder God Vine Root Extract treats various ailments.
First and foremost, I am not a medical doctor, and nothing I can say is intended to diagnose, treat or otherwise affect any medical condition. Please always consult your physician before starting ANY new medication or supplement to make sure it is right for you. Always use your best judgement for your own body, and understand that by following the links on this page, you are assuming all responsibility for your own decisions.
I have scoured the web to find scientific documentation on what doctors have used in studies, and the information IS out there, but it can be difficult to find. As I locate information, I will make it available to you on this page.
The conclusion of study done by Xuelian Tao on the effects of Triptolide on Rheumatic conditions was that “The EA [ethyl alcohol] extract of TWHF at dosages up to 570 mg/day appeared to be safe, and doses greater than 360 mg/day were associated with clinical benefit in patients with RA” (Tao, et.al).
WebMD also has some dosage information here on Rheumatoid Arthritis and Kidney Issues:
And as always, please look into the category I have for the extract usage per various scientific studies:
As a supplier of information on the Thunder God Vine, I do my VERY best to use ONLY scientific information that I think is trustworthy and reliable. My goal on this site is to use medically backed studies to give you the best information on Thunder God Vine as I can, so YOU can make the most educated choice about your own healthcare as you can.
Each and every one of us is responsible for our own health, and the choices we make. In my personal journey, I have turned away from modern medicine in as many ways as I can. I’m finding the gentler, more natural ways, using herbal remedies and traditional medicines and treatments to be easier on my body, and just as effective, and for me – without the side effects.
I find treating things like colds and viruses with combinations of Echinacea and Goldenseal, as well as elderberry syrup and vitamin C, perhaps some ginger root and honey as well, to be more effective in fighting off colds and sinus infections than antibiotics ever were for me and my family. Relying on traditions like that, if I get sick now, it only last 1-3 days instead of weeks. My personal reliance on nature’s cures is rising, while my dependence and regard for modern medicine are declining. Again, these are my personal views, but perhaps you share them. Either way, I wish you the best of luck, and health and happiness though all your days.
As always, my medical disclaimer is available to read here.
Tao, X., Younger, J., Fan, F. Z., Wang, B. and Lipsky, P. E. (2002), Benefit of an extract of Tripterygium Wilfordii Hook F in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: A double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Arthritis & Rheumatism, 46: 1735–1743. doi: 10.1002/art.10411 http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/art.10411