MRG derm
to support treatment of Lyme disease and morgellons disease

MRG derm

Natural nutritional supplement for supportive treatment of Lyme disease

Natural nutritional supplement for supportive treatment of Lyme Disease and Morgellons Disease

MRG derm is a natural nutritional supplement with ingredients that have been carefully selected based on various scientific studies.


Black Cumin
The oil extracted from the seeds of the black cumin was already described in ancient Egypt as the "gold of the pharaohs" and its healing effect on papyrus rolls documented. The positive effects on health can be attributed to the high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids, especially linoleic acid. The oil has strong antibacterial and antifungal effects. It is also intended to counteract inflammatory and allergic processes. Scientific studies have also proven the positive properties of the oil in skin diseases such as acne or neurodermatitis.

Scientific studies

Abu-Al-Basalc, Mariam A. „In vitro and in vivo anti-microbial effects of Nigella sativa Linn. seed extracts against clinical isolates from skin wound infections.“ American Journal of Applied Sciences 6.8 (2009): 1440.
Sharma, N. K., et al. „Medicinal and phamacological potential of nigella sativa: a review.“ Ethnobotanical Leaflets 2009.7 (2009): 11.
Rafati, Shiva, Mohammad Niakan, and Mohsen Naseri. „Anti-microbial effect of Nigella sativa seed extract against staphylococcal skin Infection.“ Medical journal of the Islamic Republic of Iran 28 (2014): 42.
Centella asiatica (Gotu Kola):
In Asia, the leaves and stems of Centella asiatica have been used for centuries to treat various diseases, such as skin diseases. Through improved antioxidant activity in the tissue, Centella asiatica is intended to help in wound healing and skin regeneration. Centella asiatica also has a positive effect on collagen production. Collagen is known to be the most common type of protein in the body and is therefore also responsible for repairing and renewing the skin. Due to these properties, Centella asiatica is frequently used for skin diseases such as psoriasis, eczema, cellulite, scars and leprosy.

Scientific studies

Shukla, A., et al. „In vitro and in vivo wound healing activity of asiaticoside isolated from Centella asiatica.“ Journal of ethnopharmacology 65.1 (1999): 1-11.
Ruszymah, Bt Hj Idrus, et al. „Aqueous extract of Centella asiatica promotes corneal epithelium wound healing in vitro.“ Journal of ethnopharmacology 140.2 (2012): 333-338.
Suguna, L., P. Sivakumar, and G. Chandrakasan. „Effects of Centella asiatica extract on dermal wound healing in rats.“ Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 34.12 (1996): 1208-1211.
Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5):
Vitamin B5, also called pantothenic acid, belongs to the water-soluble vitamins and is important for the build-up and breakdown of fats, carbohydrates and proteins in all tissues. Since it cannot be produced by the body itself, it must be supplied through food. Vitamin B5 has an antioxidant effect and, similar to Centella asiatica, supports collagen production. Pantothenic acid supports the skin's ability to regenerate and inhibits inflammation, e.g. sunburn. Vitamin B5 can also be used to improve wound healing in minor injuries and acne.

Scientific studies

Aprahamian, M., et al. „Effects of supplemental pantothenic acid on wound healing: experimental study in rabbit.“ The American journal of clinical nutrition 41.3 (1985): 578-589.
Lacroix, Brigitte, Elisabeth Didier, and Jacques F. Grenier. „Role of pantothenic and ascorbic acid in wound healing processes: in vitro study on fibroblasts.“ International journal for vitamin and nutrition research. Internationale Zeitschrift fur Vitamin-und Ernährungsforschung. Journal international de vitaminologie et de nutrition 58.4 (1988): 407-413.

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