Purple Flower REVERSES Alzheimer’s Disease

For years we’ve all been told the same thing about Alzheimer’s disease.

It’s absolutely hopeless.

There’s nothing you can do but sit back and wait for this terrible disease to steal your memories… your independence… and even your life.

But all of that could be about to change.

Because researchers have just discovered a powerful flower extract that can attack and STOP Alzheimer’s disease at the source.

And this miracle flower may be growing in your garden right now.

A study published in the African Journal of Traditional, Complementary, and Alternative Medicine has revealed that the iris flower has powerful compounds that may be able to reverse Alzheimer’s.

That’s right – the cure for Alzheimer’s may be hiding in a flower you can find just about anywhere.  

It turns out that iris extract can stop Alzheimer’s in at least two crucial ways.

First, iris extract is rich in isoflavonoids, which are healthy compounds that can stop the inflammation that triggers the accumulation of beta amyloid plaques.

And these plaques are one of the root causes of Alzheimer’s.

Even better? The isoflavonoids in iris extract can help break up existing plaques.

When researchers gave iris extract to mice genetically engineered to have Alzheimer’s, the results were amazing.

The mice who got the extract performed better on brain tests and were able to learn and remember things more quickly.

The poor critters who didn’t get the extract saw no such improvement.

So do you want the good news or the bad news first?

The bad news is that the research on iris extract is still in its early stages, and you can’t just run out and buy a supplement. It’s still being developed.

But here’s the good news…

The isoflavonoids seem to give iris extract its powers – and you can get isoflavonoids from other sources.

Soy isoflavones have been pretty widely studied as a possible therapy for Alzheimer’s. And you can pick them up on websites like iHerb for around $20 a month.

They’re well worth a shot.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health