Let’s meet Ausilium Nac

A short article to describe and introduce one of Deakos’ best sellers: Ausilium NAC.

This is a food supplement formulated after extensive research on the subject of pathogenic biofilms and their central role in chronic urogynecological disorders.

Beyond this specific indication for use (fight against biofilms), Ausilium NAC can be defined as a multifunctional supplement to be used in synergy with other products so that the individual management could respond perfectly to the subject’s problem.

Ausilium NAC

Ausilium NAC comes in liquid form in a 10 ml single-dose vial.

It is ready to use: its intake does not require water or specific preparation, but you can choose to dilute it in a glass of water according to your personal taste.

The formulation

Ausilium NAC is a combination of several active ingredients:

-> N-acetylcysteine

NAC is a substance known and used for a long time as a mucolytic agent (especially in case of respiratory diseases).

From a chemical point of view, the NAC molecule is a derivative of cysteine (amino acid) and contains a sulfur atom. It is precisely this chemical group that allows breaking the connections between the proteins that make up the mucus, making it more fluid and easier to eliminate.

More specifically in Ausilium, NAC will act on the biofilm matrix and cause its disruption.

-> D-Mannose

D-Mannose (or dextro Mannose) is a simple sugar naturally extracted from birch and larch bark. More precisely, it is a monosaccharide (simple sugar) that is also made and is physiologically present in our body. It can be found in trace amounts in many fruits.

Contrary to other common sugars such as sucrose and fructose, it is not absorbed by the body, but it is excreted in the urine.

More specifically, D-Mannose will act in two directions in Ausilium:

– on the pathogenic bacteria released in the bladder during the disruption of the biofilms. It will bind with their lectins (tiny hooks that allow them to stick to the bladder mucosa) to inhibit their adhesion to the bladder mucosa and expel them through urination.

– on the mucosa of the bladder creating a protective film on its surface, thus fighting inflammation and promoting re-epithelialization

-> Lactoferrin

The properties of Lactoferrin have been known recently. It is a glycoprotein contained in cow’s milk, breast milk and certain secretions of our body (saliva, tears) with antimicrobial properties that helps the immune system to fulfill its mission of defense against pathogens which is also beneficial for the intestinal tract of adults and children.

More specifically in Ausilium, Lactoferrin will inhibit and prevent the growth of any opportunistic fungal strains released by the biofilms.

/!\ We might wonder if Ausilium NAC, given the presence of Lactoferrin, can be consumed in case of allergy or intolerance to dairy products; especially since the label specifies “derived from milk”. The answer is yes in both cases.

The Lactoferrin present in Ausilium is “derived from milk” in the sense that it is derived from a process of culturing Lactoferrin taken from a milk sample in the laboratory. In reality, it is a molecule that has never been in contact with milk. It is the result of the “reproduction” of Lactoferrin in a laboratory environment (a process comparable to the cultivation of brewer’s yeast, for example).

For all these reasons, the consumption of Ausilium NAC is considered safe in both allergic and intolerant subjects to dairy products.

-> Morinda citrifolia

Powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immunostimulant.

Posology

More information in this article (coming next).

A “plus”

As mentioned above, Ausilium NAC has many advantages, including its great versatility. In fact, it can play an important role in management strategies to combat:

recurrent bacterial cystitis

abacterial cystitis

bacterial vaginosis

vulvovaginal mycoses

endometriosis

digestive and intestinal dysbiosis

Of course, the doses and duration of intake will be defined according to the case.

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