Engystol – All Upsides, No Downsides

If you’ve been suffering from any of the following:

  • Seasonal allergies
  • Colds and/or influenza (flu), or trying to avoid them (going on a trip, for instance)
  • Sinus infections, chronic or acute
  • Asthma
  • General immune system deficiencies
  • Herpes virus-related issues – shingles, post-herpetic neuralgia, cold sores, etc.
  • Other viral infections
  • Feverish conditions

There may be a remedy out there to help relieve your symptoms (without adding more side effects in the process!).  It is called Engystol and is distributed by -Heel USA (manufactured in Germany).  Its main action is on stimulating the non-specific immune defense systems.

Heel Engystol Vials and Tablets

In my practice, I utilize the FDA-approved injectable vials of Engystol for any and all of the above purposes.  The tablets are good, but not nearly as strong as the injectables.  Yes, it is a homeopathic preparation of two specific ingredients.  Yes, there is scientific research on it.  Yes, it kicks butt in the research in both in vitro and in vivo. People are often blown away by the results they get from something so simple.

The way I explain it to people is this.  If it is going to help, it really helps and noticeable results will be felt within an hour or two.  If it doesn’t help, there won’t be any negative side effects and we can look into something else!  Over time, patients who regularly get Engystol injections often watch in amazement as their general immunity seems to get stronger (as in, they don’t get “sick” nearly as often).

Want a super-simple summary of what Engystol does?  Here is a monograph.  For those of you who like to see the research, keep reading.  When possible, I link to the full study, otherwise I try to send you to PubMed.

Human Research (in vivo):

Antiviral Activity and Immune System Modulation (in vitro)

If you are interested in exploring whether or not Engystol can help your situation, please feel free to contact us.  The strongest form of Engystol is the injectable and is only available from licensed practitioners.


***Statements in this article have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

2 Responses to “Engystol – All Upsides, No Downsides”

  1. merylene on November 12th, 2013 1:27 am

    Hi there

    I was told to take engystol by my bodyologist to boost my immune system and will be travelling overseas soon and I have a mild cold! I’m also going to a very cold country! I’m not sure how these tablets should be taken, I swallowed it with water but see that the tablets must dissolve slowly in the mouth. Do I suck it like a sweet?

    I await to hear from you!


  2. drgarrettsmith on November 15th, 2013 7:01 am

    Engystol tablets can be taken multiple ways, it doesn’t really matter. You can swallow them, chew them up, or let them dissolve under your tongue.

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