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pryorka
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Does anyone know where to get this stuff? Biopure no longer sells it and they told me they thought they were the only supplier in the U.S. So has anyone found a place to order it from outside the U.S.?
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NooooOOOooooooo!!!

They told me the same thing a few months ago -- that they were the only US suppliers. I don't think there is anyone else in the US that carries this or anything even remotely similar.

I may have my German friend give a call to Neidermaeir (the pharmacy in Germany that produces it)and see if there are any other US distributors or maybe even setting one up.

Grrrr! [rant]

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GiGi
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I have mine shipped by my old German pharmacist. It gets here quite nicely and it doesn't cost much more - if the dollar is holding????

We don't want to be without it either - I got our 16 year old visiting poodle to jump up the couch again after a thimble full of it over her food.
She actually started running around the house again and her old hind legs didn't seem to bother her any more.

Feel free to contact me - I will give you the pharmacy and phone number/e-mail. G[email protected]

All German pharmacies carry Rechtsregulat or order it in within the next day. Not all take credit cards, and if you do purchase with credit card, it is important that you notify your credit card company of the foreign purchase due to lost or stolen cards. It took me a while to figure that out when we were overthere - why our credit card just didn't want to clear.......

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You can call 425-823-8818 and ask for Karen. The initials to the place are CMC. If you call will you post the name of the place please? I abbreviated...

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SForsgren
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I am told that the German supplier will no longer supply to individuals in the US. So it looks like this is getting harder and harder to get here.

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My LLMDs are now selling it in their office (I was actually the very first one to introduce them to the product, which I purchased from Biopure).

However, they are selling it for NINETY *#$(%( DOLLARS. Most of their supplements are priced quite reasonably, but that is $40 higher then I've paid anywhere else. I'm quite surprised. I'm going to speak to them about this.

GiGi - How much do you pay per bottle, on average?

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SForsgren
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I think Biopure was up to 95 dollars.

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Can someone explain what Rechtsregulat is? Is it really as good as Heparin? Thanks, JL
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When we were recently in Germany for the Bionic treatment, we bought a bottle for protection.
At any pharmacy there, for 350 ml you pay around 40 Euro = at today's rate of exchange - $57.
3 years ago, I had shipped six bottles - postage 32.00 Euro for all six.

Here is your euro/dollar converter:
http://www.xe.com/ucc/convert.cgi

To read up on Rechtsregulat, please do a search here with my name - I have posted many, many times. Rechtsregulat has a much wider range of benefit - heparin does not come close. It serves a lot more.

Once you start using Rechtsregulat and especially once you get rid of some infections and eventually all of them like we did, a few drops will go a long way. There is no need to take it by the tablespoons. So watch your blood or test yourself with a Biotensor or other energetic testing to see if you need it. The Biotensor has become our barometer for all supplements.

Take care.

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Rechtregulat is a combination of naturally occurring fermented food enzymes that is understood to have a number of benefits including addressing hypercoagulation.

However, it is certainly to be considered a dietary supplement, and is not of the same "power" as heparin. Heparin (or somewhat safer, lovenox) is extremely potent stuff that is "designed" to do one thing well - remedy hypercoagulation.

There are some people who feel that rechtsregulat is overall "better" than heparin for treatment of chronic pathogen caused hypercoagulation. It is probably a better long term use strategy as it doesn't have the dangers of protracted heparin use (ie, you have to make sure you won't end up bleeding too much, or thrombocytopenia), however if you have identifiable hypercoagulation that you need to address with absolute certainty in a time frame, heparin (or lovenox) is probably the choice with less "variables".

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pryorka
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So we all know what the stuff is now. Where do you get it???? Has anyone found out? I emailed Gigi to try and get the information he/she spoke of, but no luck.
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SForsgren
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To purchase Rechts Regulat:

www.regulat.net


Regulat UK Ltd.
Horizon West
Canal View Road
Newbury Berkshire
RG14 5XF
UK

Tel. 0800 043 40 19

Fax +44(0)163 54 16 78

eMail: [email protected]

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Pryorka, please note that I have not received an e-mail from you. I do not use the e-mail system via Lymenet. If you sent me an e-mail without clearly identifying who you are, I do not open them to protect myself. You mentioned the same problem on another thread and I responded there also - saying that I have not received an e-mail from you.

My e-mail is [email protected]

Take care.

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Just placed an online order for Regulat from the website that Scott posted above. The site indicates they do ship to the US. Keeping my fingers crossed that this works!

Thanks!
Nutmeg

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They have it back in stock now but price has gone up.

http://stores.homestead.com/BiopureHealingProducts/Categories.bok?category=Enzymes

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pryorka
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Nutmeg did you ever receive your order from that site? It looks like it'd be around $50 without shipping on there but I can't figure out if they ship to the U.S. for sure or not.

$120 from biopure, what a croc.

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Hi Pryorka,

No, I never received the [Rechts] Regulat from regulat.net

I only received one e-mail from them--just the automated one when I opened an online account.

I e-mailed them several times at both of their e-mail addresses on their site, and added those addresses to my spam filter so the replies would be sure to come through, but never got a reply.

It's discouraging. I'd really like to try the Rechts Regulat, but I don't want to pay the Biopure price either! That's too much. The UK site looked like a very good deal, even if they charged $20 or something like that to ship.

I think I will try placing an order from regulat.net again, but I don't understand why they don't reply. It makes me suspicious that they are not legit. I e-mailed Biopure and they said it was a good place, and the only supplier they knew of.

My PayPal account was never charged, fortunately. I have to see if PayPal can even be used for overseas orders. I've only ever ordered from the UK online with a credit card before I signed up for PayPal.

Calling a German pharmacy to order it is more than I think I can handle at this point. I don't speak one word of German, and I don't know how much English they speak over there. I've never made an overseas phone call, would have to get a phone card, etc.

I'll post again if I learn anything more.

Nutmeg

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