Original CMO Impostors

Impostors & Other Stuff That Doesn't Work.

Below is a lot of technical information about Original CMO. You might even see this same information on sites claiming to have Original CMO. Beware of Original CMO impostors.

IF YOU DON'T SEE THIS LOGO,original cmo IT ISN'T Original CMO. Some sites have testimonials about the wonderful results CMO can give, but then they are selling products called "duoflex". They are NOT approved by Dr. Sands. We are the only company with Original CMO (with the three digestive enzymes and selenium needed) and offering you a Money Back Guarantee.

What is the real CMO?

Original CMO, CETYLMYRISTOLEATE and CETYLMYRISTATE: A COMPARISON OF PROPERTIES

CETYLMYRISTOLEATE: At room temperature cetylmyristoleate is a liquid wax. It can be digested only in the alkaline environment of the small intestine. Cetylmyristoleate is a large molecule. These molecules have a strong affinity for each other and tend to clump together in large impenetrable masses. This results in a very small surface area relative to its weight and volume. Only the surfaces are exposed to the digestive process. Since that is only a very small percentage of the whole, very little gets digested, giving unaltered cetylmyristoleate a very low level of bioavailability. This is true of virtually all waxes. Fecal analysis indicates that they pass through the digestive system virtually undigested.

CMO with digestive enzymes and selenium: To get an efficient and effective orally administered product, it was essential to raise the digestibility and resultant bioavailability of cetylmyristoleate. Consequently, Dr. Sands had to develop pharmaceutical processing methods that employ cerasomal technology. The resulting product, now a waxy solid rather than a liquid, was appropriately named cerasomal-cis-9-cetylmyristoleate, and trademarked as Original CMO with digestive enzymes and selenium. There is a very important difference between the liquid form and the solid form. As a solid, CMO with digestive enzymes and selenium now resembles a crystalline structure that shatters in the alkaline confines of the small intestine. These shattered particles form a netlike mesh with enormous surface areas, allowing immensely greater digestive efficiency. Furthermore, the reticulated cleavage faces range between 0.9 and 1.0 microns in diameter, which accesses biological uptake mechanisms not available to either larger or smaller particles. Research shows that the body is 40 to 200 times more receptive to particles of this size. This is what makes Original CMO with digestive enzymes and selenium much more bioavailable and effective than other products. And it is our exclusive processing methods and proprietary blend that make it so.

What is Selenium and why is it needed? Selenium is a trace mineral with a direct link between the auto immune system, thyroid system, and health. For more information about Selenium's relationship to arthritis, heart disease, cancer and HIV please visit the National Institute of Health.

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CETYLMYRISTATE: Its pathetic that we even have to bother with this one. Myristate, as opposed to myristoleate, has virtually no immunomodulatory properties. Thus, it has essentially no effect on arthritis or any other autoimmune disease. The best that promoters of these products (often as cheap as $3.00-$4.00 a bottle wholesale) can come up with to describe their stuff is something like a free floating myristate. Nobody here can figure out what that means. And the producers wont clarify. If you can figure it out, please clue us in.

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A NOTE ON "VEGETABLE" SOURCES: The biochemists bible, Bailys Industrial Oil and Fat Products, Fifth Edition, Volume 1, Edible Oil and Fat Products, clearly lists only four sources for myristoleic acid, the substance needed to produce any form of myristoleate, including cetylmyristoleate. Those sources are beef tallow, butterfat, chicken fat, and sheep tallow. Period! Its extensive listings clearly show that there are NO VEGETABLE SOURCES, not even coconut or soybean oil as some have tried to claim. Any claim that cetylmyristoleate can come from a vegetable source is fraudulent.

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A CAUTION ABOUT SYNTHETIC PRODUCTS: Synthetically produced cetylmyristoleate contains a large amount, probably 50%, of trans type cetylmyristoleate. The trans type molecule is unnatural to the body and causes physical damage by disrupting cellular membranes. Even in some so-called natural products there remains a trace of toxic residue left from harsh processing. Because it is a completely natural product, CMO has absolutely no trans molecules, and there is no toxic residue because no toxic substances are used in any stage of its processing.