Harmony, CA (PRWEB) January 09, 2013
Individuals purchasing a prescription drug for an off-label use are frequently denied insurance coverage. This is particularly true for expensive non-generic drugs like Enbrel. Neurological Wellness Center has provided instruction on the perispinal administration of Enbrel to thousands around the world. All too often the high price of Enbrel is the primary impediment stopping individuals from receiving this treatment that so dramatically improves people’s lives.
Membership in the newly-launched Enbrel Buyer’s Club is free. Members purchase Enbrel through Direct Prescription Service (DPS), a full-service on-line pharmacy service located in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada. All Enbrel is the genuine product manufactured for Amgen/Pfizer by Immunex Corporation in California. DPS pharmacy provides consultation with licensed pharmacists. They offer convenient credit card payment and worldwide Express Mail® shipping at no charge. Expedient delivery with on-line tracking is guaranteed.
The price for one box containing four vials of 25 mg Enbrel powder is $795. If an Enbrel Buyer’s Club member purchases three or more boxes, the price drops to $765/box.
To buy Enbrel cheap visit: http://www.genuine-enbrel-cheaper.com or contact DPS Prescription Service directly, toll free: 866-220-3551 or international 204-339-2197 or email: pharmacyorder(at)shaw(dot)ca. At $765 per box, this is approximately $200 cheaper than the lowest available on-line price.
If one’s insurance company reimbursement is applicable, DPS will provide order and delivery confirmation as requested by insurance companies to facilitate expedient reimbursement. A valid prescription is required to purchase Enbrel. Enbrel Buyer’s Club members may purchase other prescription drugs at mega discounts through DPS pharmacy. Enbrel Buyer’s Club is proud to recommend DPS pharmacy for all your prescription drug needs. To contact Enbrel Buyer’s Club email: mcdlov(at)gmail(dot)com.
The broad therapeutic role of Enbrel is based on the fact that TNF-alpha is the master regulator of the inflammatory response in many organ systems throughout the body. Enbrel is a large protein molecule that binds to TNF-alpha effectively neutralizing and down regulating the body’s inflammatory response. The perispinal injection itself, as Neurological Wellness Center teaches it is extremely safe. The injection is a simple subcutaneous injection performed with a fine gauge half-inch needle. This injection is a unique form of subcutaneous injection. The precise location of the injection site and the proper positioning of the person receiving the injection are critical for successful administration. This procedure is illustrated in step-by-step fashion in the 24-minute video and 25-page e-book. This video and e-book is available via instant streaming access for $49, visit: http://www.neurological-recovery-guide.com.
Safety issues pertaining to the drug Enbrel are covered on the Enbrel.com website. Although Enbrel is a widely used drug with over 400,000 Americans self-injecting it weekly, it is not suitable for everyone. The Enbrel dosing schedule we counsel in our on-line course is generally quite low compared to the maximums recommended by Amgen/Pfizer for the treatment of rheumatoid plaque psoriasis.
Tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha) is a cytokine produced by monocyte and macrophage white blood cells, which acts as the master regulator of the human inflammatory response. Excess TNF-alpha in the brain can disrupt synaptic communication. Excess TNF-alpha triggers a cycle whereby toxic amyloid-beta is produced. This results in greater levels of pro-inflammatory TNF-alpha. Enbrel was developed to treat various inflammatory diseases by binding to TNF-alpha, effectively neutralizing its ability to act on cell membranes. Perispinal Enbrel treatment has a rapid effect reversing cognitive impairment and validating the role excess TNF-alpha plays in the disease processes of Alzheimer’s, stroke and traumatic brain injury. Enbrel’s long half-life (70 to 132 hours) enables a series of treatments to produce sequential progressive improvements in cognitive function that can be maintained long term.
The standard method for delivering CNS-active medication to the brain is via the blood. Enbrel, a large protein molecule, is unable to cross the blood-brain barrier. A subcutaneous perispinal injection to the fatty tissues at the back of the neck enables etanercept to enter the brain by lymph and venous drainage assisted by gravity.”
To learn more about perispinal Enbrel as a treatment for Alzheimer’s, stroke or traumatic brain injury and to purchase this $49 on-line course, please visit: http://www.neurological-recovery-guide.com.
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