What is 98 Alive?
98alive is the result of more than a decade long development process, including extensive safety & efficacy testing and tens of millions of dollars in research by domestic and international laboratories led by ProfessorMax Reynolds Director of Griffith Universitys program for Australasia Botanical Medicine for Health (Ret) and developer of 98alive.
98alives ninety-eight compounds are active and may act individually, or in combination with other linked compounds to act therapeutically resulting in improved health & general well-being. 98alives products are PCT globally patented and listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods for sale over the counter (OTC).
Discover why you should consider making 98alive part of your health & wellness program.
98alive is a unique combination of 98 natural compounds found in the Melaleuca Alternifolia leaf (commonly known as tea tree) that act in unison with one another to offer an array of therapeutic benefits, never before encountered in a single product.
APPLICATIONS 98alive is currently available in liquid (topical) form also available in capsules, syrup, nasal spray, throat spray, and in water soluble form used in inhalation nebulisers. The liquid form is also used in natural oil for topical applications. At present, 98alive is available as an over-the-counter drug (OTC)
Melaleuca Alternifolia is a plant native to the northern coast of Australia. It grows up to 8 metres and belongs to the Myrtaceae family and the melaleuca genus. There are more than 150 varieties of plants within this family. Melaleuca is commonly referred to as Tea Tree.
The germicidal & anti-inflammatory properties of Melaleuca Alternifolia have been known by the Australian Aborigines who have used it to treat wounds and other illnesses for millennium.
In the 1920s, the Technology Museum in Sydney, led by Dr Penfold, embraced research into the essential oil of native Australian plants & herbs. In the course of their investigations, Dr Penfold and his colleagues devoted much of their time studying the Melaleuca Alternifolia properties. This led to the commercialization of the plant for its essential oil in the 1930s.
When WWII began, every Australian soldier had a bottle of Melaleuca Alternifolia oil in his pack for thetreatment of infections.This tradition endures to this day.
With the renewed interest in essential oil in the 1990s, commercial farms in Queensland and New South Wales regions of Australia started producing very high grade Melaleuca Alternifolia essential oils of consistent quality.
History of 98 Alive
In 2001, Professor Max Reynolds began searching for an alternate anti-microbial that was safe & effective against major bacterial, fungal, cancer, and viral human pathogens. He turned to nature and started examining all the supposed anti-bacterial & anti-fungal natural products known to man. Among the candidate compounds was the group known as the Melaleuca family.
The improved supply of the high grade Melaleuca Alternifolia oil allowed Professors Reynolds laboratory and Griffith University in Brisbane, to focus on refining the oil to reduce its possible toxicity.
More Recent History
After a more than decade long development process, extensive international safety testing, efficacy testing, and clinical trials the result is 98alive a patented, pure natural product containing a unique combination of 98 natural active compounds that act in unison with one another to offer an array oftherapeutic treatments, never before encountered in a single product treatments that can assist people aroundthe world to achieve Victory for Wellness.
Professor Max Reynolds has over half a century of global experience in scientific research, business and product development. His commitment and determination to exploring biotechnology and discovering new practical uses for it has led to many advances, including the development of 98alive, which is produced by 98 Alive Pty Ltd of which Professor Reynolds is also the Managing Director.
Professor Reynolds has previously lectured at leading Australian university, Griffith University in Brisbane, Queensland and has held the position of Director of the Program in Australasia Botanical Medicine for Population Health.
Professor Reynolds was one of five international Keynote speakers at the 3rd International Conference on Clinical Microbiology & Microbial Genomics in Valencia Spain on Sept 24-26. His presentation was titled A New and Effective Treatment for Dengue Fever. The other Keynote speakers came from USA, UK, New Zealand and Greece.
The scientific community understands that a paradigm shift in the treatment of infectious diseases is necessary to prevent antibiotics becoming obsolete, and where appropriate, alternatives to antibiotics should be considered.
Alternative therapies are viewed favourably by many patients because they are often not being helped by conventional therapy and they believe there are fewer detrimental side effects. In addition, many report significant improvement while taking complementary and alternative medicines.
As we approach the post-antibiotic era a wealth of research now supports long-held beliefs that Melaleuca Alternifolia has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.
Below is a list of prominent researchers who are leading the way in providing the clinical evidence demonstrating efficacy against bacterial, fungal, or viral infections as well as specific cancers.
Professor Max Reynolds: Director of Griffith Universitys Program for Australasia Botanical Medicine for Population Health (Ret), and Managing Director of 98 Alive Pty Ltd.
Professor Thomas Riley: University of Western Australia Queen Elizabeth II Centre
Dr. Alex Hyatt, BSc (Hons), dipEd, Ph.D.: Senior Principal Research Scientist, Project leader Bio-imaging and Ecohealth, CISRO, Geelong Professor Nasronudin: Airlangga University, Indonesia
Professor Cordia Chu: Griffith University, Biotech Department (Qld, Australia)
Chief Doctor, Deng Ganquiang: Centre of Disease Control, Zhejiang Province, (China)
Deputy Section Director, Wu Pinggu: Centre of Disease Control, Zhejiang Province, (China)
Director Professor Zhang Yanjun: Centre of Disease Control, Zhejiang Province, (China)
Carol Lackman-Smith: Infectious Disease Department, Southern Research Institute, (Maryland, USA)
Professor Lifang Jiang, MD: Director of department of Microbiology at the Zhongshan School of Medicine, Sun Yat-sen University, (China)
Professor Steve Ralph: Griffith University Medical Centre, (Qld, Australia)
Professor Lukman Hakim MSc. PhD: Head of the laboratory of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Department of Pharmacology and Clinical pharmacy Gadjah Mada University (Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
Research and Testing Centres
98 Alive Pty Ltd is committed to rigorously testing and researching 98alive in order to discover and harness all of its health and medical benefits and uses.
Please find below all research centres and universities that have completed approved clinical trials and research on 98alive.
Griffith University Immune Support Study
University of Western Australia Transdermal Patch Study
Queensland Pathology Antibiotic Resistant Bacterial Strain Study
Fire Fox Laboratories Toxicity Studies
CSIRO Geelong, Victoria
Sun Yat-sen University
Chinese Centre for Disease
National Cheng Kung University
Southern Research Organisation USA
Brunswick Laboratories Antioxidant Testing USA
ATS Laboratories USA
Gadjah Mada University
1. In what form is 98alive available?
98alive can be delivered in multiple forms. The predominant forms are: Capsules from 150mg: 98Alive Immune AUST L 227282 Pain Relief Oil for physical pain relief from soft tissue injury, bruises and muscular trauma AUST L 179684 Immune Support Syrup Natural Cleansing Bar Nasal Spray
2. What do I use 98alive for?
98alive has many applications and trials are on-going to extend its medical use even further. Currently 98alive is proven to support the immune system, fight the symptoms of influenza and relieve joint pain.
3. Who can use 98alive?
98alive has been used by people of all ages to great success. 98alive is not to be used in children under two years of age without medical advice. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.
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