FENBENCUR™ is a broad-based nutraceutical formula containing Fenbendazole & bioavailable Curcumin extract and other nutrients which have been shown to initiate cell death (apoptosis) in mutagenic cells. There are now Two versions: One for the Day and one for the Night (inc. Melatonin).
FENBENCUR™ capsules contain 65mg (99.09% purity) Fenbendazole (FZ), Curcumin Longa, Milk Thistle (Silimarin), Green Tea Extract, Quercetin, MSM, Ginger Extract & Black Pepper. The night version also contains Melatonin(15mg/cap). The 4 capsule a day dosage aims to improve upon a popular protocol known as FENBEN by including some supportive co-factors listed above which increase ER Stress / Free Radicals (ROS) within the cells.
It is suggested that the Day and Night versions are used 2 x (Day) in the morning and 2 x (Night) before bedtime so that the capsules ingredients are active within the body throughout the whole 24 hours.
(FENBENCUR™ is NOT associated, endorsed, affiliated or sponsored by Joe Tippens)
FZ is a moderate microtubule targeting agent capable of causing mitotic arrest followed by cell death. [source] Studies show that FZ possesses a unique ability to induce p53 tumor suppressor to a considerably high level and has the ability to affect glucose metabolic pathways via Glut-4 transporter as well as the a key glycolytic enzyme hexokinase (HK II).
When down-regulated by FZ it induces mitochondria- induced apoptosis by causing glucose starvation uptake by cells, this was also found to be dependent upon the combination of Vitamin E in this study. FENBENCUR™ is taken before bedtime to provide important night-time healing, and pulsed 3 days on and 4 days off to give relief to the kidneys and liver. A pack of 60 Night capsules can last for 5 weeks, a Pack of 60 Day + 60 Night capsules can last 10 weeks.
Supportive Fenben Items
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Apoptosis inducers cause tumor cells to undergo a process of controlled cell death called apoptosis. Apoptosis is one method the body uses to get rid of unneeded or abnormal cells, but tumor cells have strategies to avoid apoptosis. Apoptosis inducers can get around these strategies to cause the death of tumor cells. Angiogenesis inhibitors block the growth of new blood vessels to tumors (a process called tumor angiogenesis).
A blood supply is necessary for tumors to grow beyond a certain size because blood provides the oxygen and nutrients that tumors need for continued growth. Treatments that interfere with angiogenesis may block tumor growth. Some targeted therapies that inhibit angiogenesis interfere with the action of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), a substance that stimulates new blood vessel formation and also fuelled by Glutamine usage which can be inhibited by blocking the cMYC gene pathway and limiting certain proteins such as:
- Red meats (wild caught fish and free range eggs are better in small quantities)
- All dairy products except perhaps cottage cheese
- Wheat (which is rich in glutamine)
- All sugars and sweet fruits.
Tumor cells take up and metabolise glucose and glutamine to a degree that far exceeds their needs for these molecules in anabolic macromolecular synthesis. Commonly occurring oncogenic signal transduction pathways initiated by receptor tyrosine kinases or Ras engaged PI3K-Akt signaling to directly stimulate glycolytic metabolism. Oncogenic levels of Myc have recently been linked to increased glutaminolysis through a coordinated transcriptional program. Myc-activation/amplification is one of the most common oncogenic events observed in mutagenic cells.
FENBENCUR™ is a broad-based nutraceutical formula containing herbal extracts and other nutrients which have been shown to provide antitumor support.
FENBENCUR™ aims to restore P53 tumor supressor and block the pathways which are used for metastasis and to provide immune system support and block glutamine and glucose pathways which are also used as supplementary food supplies for tumor cells.
FENBENCUR™ may be best supported with additional CURCUBOS™, Vitamin E (EGamma) & Vitamin D3/K2 and (25mg C*B*D – not available from this site) as suggested in a well-known 1g Panacur/222mg FZ protocol (containing 22% FZ) , (ours is 99% FZ without the lactate/calcium filler) and a ZERO sugar Diet with regular cruciferous vegetables.
FENBENCUR™ has not been scientifically proven in this respect though it’s individual ingredients have been shown in various studies to be efficacious and safe. All extracts are pharmaceutical grade and contained in an HPMC vegan capsule.
Take 2 x DAY version caps with water in the morning (+ VIT E/CURC/C*B*D) before food and 2 x Night version caps (+ VIT E/CURC/C*B*D) at 9-10pm before bedtime, pulse FENBENCUR™ 3 Days ON / 4 Days OFF or as directed by a health professional. OR you can take 4 caps of the Night version at 9-10pm before bedtime. May be suitable as an adjuvant.
FENBENCUR™ may best be supported with Vitamin E (800mg) such as EGamma™, CURCUBOS™ (600mg), Vitamin D3/K2 (8000IU), (25mg C*B*D – not available from this site) and a ZERO sugar Diet with regular cruciferous vegetables. Make sure that on the OFF days the additional supplements are continued without break and if you wish, provide additional liver support such as Milk Thistle. and plenty of organic black coffee’s, coffee bullets or coffee enemas.
Using the PULSE ON/OFF method: FENBENCUR™ 60 Day Capsules and 60 Night Capsules will last 10 weeks. Pulsing the formula with a break in between allows the liver a recovery time but also may sabotage the tumor’s process of re-configuring it’s fuel supply (metabolic reconfiguration/plasticity) when the primary fuel supply such as Glucose is blocked by Fenbendazole, adding to the tumor stress.
Additionally, in order to block other pathways according to the tumor’s phenotype such as Lipids (fatty acid synthase) and Glutamine (Proteins), we suggest you follow the off-label drugs and nutritional strategies described in Jane McLelland’s Book: ‘How to Starve Cancer’ . Remove all sources of Omega 6 PUFA veg oils and nuts from the diet. [Source] . We are also working on new herbal formulas to help target these pathways (FASNhib™, GLUTAhib™, CASPACT™).
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Werone.co endeavors to use the most potent source materials within our formulas. Our herbal extracts are sourced and tested by the only Government-certified large scale producer of crude herb (powder-free) TCM concentrates in Asia who manufacture to GMP / ISO 9001/2000 pharmaceutical grade and also operate an ISO17025/TAF-certified laboratory where they subject all plant extracts to strict quality inspections free from heavy metals, pesticides or microbes before release to the clinics all over the world. The formulas and tinctures are assembled without fillers in small batches by a BHMA member herbal dispensary.
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Fenbendazole acts as a moderate microtubule destabilising agent and causes cell death by modulating multiple cellular pathways.
Unexpected Antitumorigenic Effect of Fenbendazole when Combined with Supplementary Vitamin E
Fenbendazole as a Potential Antitumor agent
Citrate Suppresses Tumor Growth in Multiple Models through Inhibition of Glycolysis, the Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle and the IGF-1R Pathway
Citrate exhibits negative feedback on glycolysis2 and on the enzyme pyruvate dehydrogenase3,4 Conversely, inhibition of glycolysis suppresses tumor growth and can contribute to CD8+ T cell maturation28. Therefore, we hypothesized that citrate-mediated AKT inhibition might down regulate glycolysis.
Safety of Fenbendazole
Here are extracts from the manufacturers of Panacur which contains 222mg Fz per 1 gram of Panacur. FENBENCUR currently contains 260mg Fz per 4 capsules.
Fenbendazole is known to have a high safety margin and most species tolerate it very well. It has very low degree of toxicity and high degree of safety in experimental animals 8,9,10,11,12. In this study, we show that fenbendazole (FZ) exhibits a moderate microtubule depolymerizing activity towards human cancer cells, but possesses a potent antitumor effect as evident from in vitro and in vivo experiments. Our results indicate that FZ exerts its antitumor effect through the disruption of microtubule dynamics, p53 activation and the modulation of genes involved in multiple cellular pathways. FZ treatment also resulted in reduced glucose uptake in cancer cells due to down regulation of GLUT transporters and key glycolytic enzymes.
Safety of Fenbendazole
Based on a battery of in vitro and in vivo genotoxicity tests, described in the MRL summary report, it was concluded that fenbendazole is not genotoxic. For comparison, Fz has an LD50 (Lethal Dosage) of 10g/kg, which is half the toxicity of Curcumin which has an LD50 of 5g/kg. Metformin has an even higher toxicity of 1.7g/kg.
No data on carcinogenicity are deemed necessary, because fenbendazole is devoid of genotoxic potential, has no structural alerts for carcinogenicity, and no evidence for carcinogenicity was found in a 2-year study in mice.
Studies of other effects
Studies with fenbendazole showed that the substance can be considered practically non-irritating to the skin and eyes. Fenbendazole was not a skin sensitiser when tested in a 10% formulation in guinea pigs. Fenbendazole seems to be well tolerated in humans after oral exposure (single oral dose up to 2,000 mg/per person; 500 mg/per person for 10 consecutive days); however observations in humans are limited.
User safety / Hazard characterization
Fenbendazole is of low acute toxicity after oral exposure. No acute exposure limit is available.
Based on limited human data it appears that doses up to 500 mg per person did not result in adverse effects. Moreover, single doses up to 2,000 mg per person were reported to cause no adverse effects. Fenbendazole is not expected to have a skin or eye irritating potential at concentrations up to 10%, although, in the final formulation fenbendazole is present at a concentration of 20%. It is considered unlikely that the final formulation will have skin or eye irritating/damaging effects.
Extracts from Committee for Medicinal Products for Veterinary Use (CVMP) CVMP assessment report for Panacur AquaSol
International non-proprietary name: fenbendazole