What is CMO?
CMO is the name of a modified
fatty acid called Cetyl Myristoleate, which is the common name
for cis-9-cetyl myristoleate. It is a natural substance found
in certain animals, including beavers and mice. As supplied,
it is a naturally derived, highly purified, and refined waxy
ester prepared for oral administration. Fatty acids are the individual
components of oils in the same way that amino acids are the building
blocks of proteins. Polyunsaturated fatty acids, such as linotenic
acid and linolelic acid, are crucial to life and are called essential
fatty acids (EFAs). Research shows that CMO appears to have the
same beneficial characteristics as the EFAs, however, it is considerably
more potent and the benefits are longer lasting. EFAs are essential
to normal cell structure, physiological processes, body function,
and function as components to nerve cells and cell membranes.
EFAs are depleted in chronic inflammatory diseases and their
deficiency is associated with many
How does CMO work?
Reports suggest that CMO has
the ability to reprogram faulty memory T-cells, thus treating
a cause of arthritis. It is believed that CMO has the ability
to normalize hyper-immune responses, thus the favorable results
in treating autoimmune conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis
and systemic lupus erythematosus, but it seems to function more
effectively as a surfactant, or lubricant, and a powerful anti-inflammatory.
Although the major benefits come promptly, minor improvements
continue for several months after finishing the one-month program.
In the July issue of the Townsend Newsletter for Doctors &
Patients, a publication that focuses on medical alternatives,
their headline reads "Cetyl Myristoleate for Arthritis:
A Breakthrough!" In their August/September issue they published
an article along with a study of 431 patients who had inflammatory
arthritis for at least one year. For the patients using the same
protocol we follow, 88.2% reported significant improvement including
relief from pain and reduction in stiffness. It is safe and there
are no negative side effects--however, there are some positive
Does CMO have side effects?
No negative ones have been observed
or noted. Rather than having negative side effects, CMO appears
to have many positive ones! According to many researchers and
scientists, doctors using CMO in their practices, along with
writers of articles and authors of books on Cetyl Myristoleate,
CMO works on many other autoimmune diseases and even has anti-aging
Can I take it with my current medication?
Yes, but it is always advised
to not take prescriptions at the same time as any supplement
product. Either take the supplement first, waiting at least 40
minutes before taking a prescription drug, or if you must take
the prescription first, wait 2 hours before taking CMO. This
ensures that CMO will not be adversely effected by the prescription
medication. As always, the goal is to reduce the reliance on
medications, and eventually no longer require them.
It is recommended in order to get the greatest results from CMO, all consumption of alcohol and caffeine products be stopped during the period of treatment. Studies have shown a clear indication of the relationship between strict conformance to the protocol and the realized benefits.
Please contact your physician.
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