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01-31-2009, 01:35 AM
Polypodium leucotomos 50:1 standardized extract
for the Alleviation of LUPUS

what can you say about that organic med?
have anyone here already tried it?

Mary Jane
01-31-2009, 01:40 AM
I've never heard of it....does it have a generic name?

01-31-2009, 01:47 AM
i dont know.. i think when you search it on the google.. you can find their website.

01-31-2009, 08:27 AM
Kalawalla for Auto Immune Disorders such as Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, Psoriasis, Dermatitis and Vitiligo.

Kalawalla (Polypodium leucotomos 50:1 standardized extract) can help regulate the immune system bringing it to its healthiest, strongest levels.

Kalawalla has been used in Europe and Australia (under trade names Difur and Leucostat). Noticeable results can be seen within the first month of taking the product.

01-31-2009, 09:25 AM
Kalawalla is a supplement...


These products are promoted as dietary supplements for men and women. FDA analyses found sildenafil and taladafil in these products. Sildenafil is the active ingredient in the FDA approved drug Viagra. Taladafil is the active ingredient in the FDA approved drug Cialis. These drugs are only approved to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) as indicated in the FDA approved drug applications.

Kalawalla Herbal Supplement Organic Hope Honduras
Immuno C Food Supplement Casa 5 Block B
66V[][]99 Tegucigalpa
54F[][]99 Honduras
3/13/08 FEI# 3006350612

Kalawalla Herbal Supplement Chemical Manufacturing Honduras
Immuno C Food Supplement and Exporting Company
66V[][]99 Km. 8 Desvio Cantarranas
54F[][]99 Tegucigalpa, Honduras
3/13/08 FEI# 3004279042

Be aware, research any and all supplements...I would consult your doctor before buying or dosing...

My take..another gimmick.


01-31-2009, 11:09 AM
I'm sorry, but I couldn't help laughing at the name, and the ingredients. A supplement that can help with erectile dysfunction called Kalawalla! I can see the TV commercial now- "Hi, I'm Bob Dole, and I'd like to talk to about my new friend-Kalawalla". :lol:

Seriously, Oluwa is pretty much right in that many of these products are just gimmicks. The thing to consider is that many of them do contain fairly potent active ingredients, and the quality control and testing of this stuff is basically non-existent. I would not risk taking a product like this. But if you absolutely want to try it, please, talk to your Dr. about it first.