Most people aren’t aware of what Wellmune is. It’s a registered trademark from Biothera that (as far as I can tell from the information on Wellmune’s website) is another name for WGP 3-6. I have to admit that Wellmune is a lot more marketable than WGP 3-6. If you search Google for WGP 3-6, you’ll find a lot of information on it. I found this history on Terranaturals. I would normally refer to more legit source, but the fact is that at this time, there’s no information on Wikipedia on Wellmune or WGP 3-6. The only article on Pubmed is is about the toxicity of WGP 3-6 – nothing about the effectiveness of it. Anyway, on to the history:
“WGPÂ® 3-6 is a patented ingredient that contains beta 1,3/1,6 glucan (gluco polysaccharide, a complex carbohydrate purified from Saccharomyces cerevisiae (Baker’s yeast) that has been widely recognized since the 1960s as an immune enhancer with clinically useful antitumor, hematopoietic and anti-infective properties.”
So it looks like WGP 3-6 (effectively Wellmune) is really something that’s been around for quite some time. That being the case, you might expect to find it fairly cheaply. I used Google’s Product Search (click here to search for WGP 3-6) to find 60 pills of WGP 3-6 at 250 mg strength for less than $20. I believe this is the amount used in most clinical studies. (Request to readers: Does MonaVie document how much Wellmune is in M(mun)?)
If it is determined that Wellmune is helpful, then the smart consumer doesn’t buy it in $45 bottles of MonaVie that last 1 week. The smart consumer buys 2 months of it for less than half price.
Originally posted 2010-01-30 20:42:12. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThe above article is intended to be accurate at the time of its original posting. MonaVie may change its pricing, product, or other policies at any time without notice.
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