Resonant Molecular Signaling

RESONANT MOLECULAR SIGNALING (RMS)

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Product Introduction

RIC 4 life will introduce the following RMS Water formulations

  • Antiviral
  • Respiratory
  • Allergy
  • Immune Support
  • Urinary Incontinence

 

About RMS

RMS represents a bridge between biophysics and biochemistry.

Based on decades of laboratory research, animal-model studies, and formal clinical trials conducted by Beech Tree Labs scientists, the underlying theory of RMS is that a healthy state is marked by normal signaling within and between cells, while disease is caused by a disruption of this norm.

Dr. John McMichael, a Ph.D. immunologist and virologist, pioneered RMS in the late 1970’s by adapting and modifying a combination of a approaches.

RMS works by using a low dose of select molecules to stimulate the body to return to balance. Specific molecules, in very low doses, can be used to transmit certain signals to the body — to nudge the body in a specific, positive direction.

In Dr. McMichael’s words: “By focusing on the three regulatory systems of the body — the endocrine, nervous, and immune – and by very specifically manipulating those through Resonant Molecular Signaling, we can get the body back into balance and to heal itself and carry out its normal functions.”

 

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RMS Theory

  • Disease, especially chronic disease, reflects regulatory dysfunction by disharmony among, between, and within complex systems.
  • Disharmony is a manifestation of errors in signaling induced by the causative agent(s) of disease, and often occurs at the subcellular or even sub-molecular level.
  • The role of RMS therapy is to restore homeodynamics by reversing or eliminating one or more inappropriate signals with the consequent reestablishment of normal biological communication.

 

RMS Clinical Observations

  • Hundreds of patients have been successfully treated with no significant adverse side effects
  • Effects are generally quick and are reproducible in large numbers of patients
  • RMS products can be used in conjunction with conventional medicines or as stand along treatments
  • No drug interactions
  • Dose is independent of age or weight of the patient
  • Follow-up visits are less often than for conventional medicines
  • Laboratory and costly tests can be avoided in some cases

 

Antiviral - TML

The TML antiviral formulation is showing promise in inhibiting the COVID virus. This important product has the potential to help the world get back on track.

TML is BTL abbreviation for thimerosal. The formula contains a low concentration of thimerosal — well over 100 times lower than what is in a vaccine. The formula has already been through two Phase 2 FDA clinical trials, for herpes virus, showing efficacy without side effects.

 

The TML antiviral formulation is showing promise in inhibiting the COVID virus. This important product has the potential to help the world get back on track.

TML is BTL abbreviation for thimerosal. The formula contains a low concentration of thimerosal — well over 100 times lower than what is in a vaccine. The formula has already been through two Phase 2 FDA clinical trials, for herpes virus, showing efficacy without side effects.

Since the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States, the formula has been given to patients, under compassionate use guidelines, with significant early results — preliminary reports from well over 30 patients indicate symptoms have remitted within 4 to 48 hours.

A pilot study that will soon be underway in the United States will test the extent TML is successful in mitigating COVID-19. With the success of the pilot study, a Phase 3 clinical trial will be initiated in the U.S. and the product offered to the general public under FDA compassionate use guidelines. FDA papers for an Investigational New Drug have been filed.

RIC 4 life has a license agreement with Beech Tree Labs for the TML formulations for introduction in Europe and intends to use the momentum generated in the United States to introduce the product in Europe, possibly in several different methods of delivery.