Herb Allergy F5: Allergy with fever, bronchitis, asthma, upper respiratory infection, whooping cough, pneumonia and body ache.
1. Antihistamine: 85 patients of Type-I allergic reaction disease (eczema, edema, asthma, food allergy and sinus) were divided into a treatment group (n=45) taking the F5 formula and a comparison group (n=40) taking regular antihistamine medicine. Both groups noted similar effects, P>0.05. However, the treatment group did not reported such common side effects as drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth, which were found in the comparison group.
2. Eczema: Of 32 eczema patients taking F5 from three to 35 days were all cured. There is a positive relationship between the history of illness and the time of treatment.
3. Morning sickness: 100 patients took F5 and all were cured. Other report also demonstrates similar result.
4. Summer flu with fever: 393 patients were treated with F5 or it's modification. All but 13 were cured (96.69%) in four days. 306 out of 393 patients were children. 172 fever gone in 24 hours, 148 in 48 hours and the rest 60 patients resumed normal temperature in 72 hours.
5. Diarrhea: Two reports on 217 diarrhea patients took F5 and most (85.7%) were cured in eight days. A report on 63 pediatric diarrhea patients, all but two were cured in five days. Another report divided 110 infantile diarrhea patients into a treatment group (n=64) and a comparison group (n=46) taking Penicillinum at 30 to 50mg/Kg dosage. The average time to stop diarrhea was 3.26 days vs. 4.15 days, P<0.01. The treatment group is better than the comparison group.
Toxicity and side effects: Patients may experience more sweating for a couple of days. Lab mice were feed twice a day at 25ml/Kg for seven days, which was equal to 583 times higher than the normal human dosage, and there was no death after seven days.