Q: Are there any precautions that should be taken when taking Kalawalla?
A: It is very important to create a proper PH balance in your system, in order to do this it is advisable to avoid taking Kalawalla simultaneously with milk or anti acids, as milk’s high pH, as well as anti acids, completely neutralize Kalawalla. You don’t have to avoid milk altogether, only within 30 minutes of taking Kalawalla. In this way, you are sure to get the full benefits of what Kalawalla has to offer.
Q: Is there any toxicity associated with Polypodium leucotomos extract taken as food supplements?
A: Numerous studies in mice and rats have shown NO toxicity Associated with the extracts. The survival rate of both mice and rats was always 100%.
Q: Are there any side effects associated with Polypodium leucotomos or Phlebodium decumanum extracts taken as food supplements?
A: Slight stomach discomfort has been reported by very few customers. Symptoms usually go away after taking Kalawalla for a short time. People taking digitalis extract and any of its derivatives such as digitoxin and digoxin used to treat heart failure should not take this supplement.
Q: How soon can I feel the effects of Polypodium leucotomos or Phlebodium decumanum extracts taken as food supplements?
A: It depends on each person. People who take Kalawalla may take anywhere from 4-8 weeks to notice satisfactory results in case of skin and scalp Psoriasis and Dermatitis while it may take anywhere from 3-6 months in cases of Vitiligo.
Q: What does 50:1 standardized extract mean?
A: This means that for every 50 Kg of Polypodium leucotomos herb, we obtain 1 kg of standard extract inside the capsule. 50:1 is the highest ratio ever obtained in Polypodium products, and many other Polypodium products out there are at most 30:1. The highest extraction ratio ever obtained by other products is only 30:1 and this is not standardized, which means they sometimes obtained 25:1, sometimes 20:1 and sometimes as low as 15:1. Our 50:1 extraction method is now patented and you will only find this ratio from Organic Hope`s 50:1 Kalawalla.
Q: Are there any drug interactions associated with Polypodium leucotomos extracts taken as food supplements?
A: Polypodium leucotomos and Phlebodium decumanum extracts taken as a food supplement have been known to potentiate the effect of digitalis extract and any of its derivatives such as digitoxin and digoxin used to treat heart failure. Some common trade names for these products are Crystodigin, Lanoxicaps and lanoxin. If you are taking any of these products you should not take Polypodium leucotomos and Phlebodium decumanum extracts taken as a food supplement. There are no other known drug interactions. These extracts have been safely used for over 10 years in Europe, especially in Spain.
Q: The instructions say to take Kalawalla 30 minutes before meals. Is it really that important to do it that way?
A: According to the manufacturer it is very important to take Kalawalla 30 minutes before a meal (whether breakfast, lunch or supper). The reason being in vitro and in vivo studies have shown that Kalawalla works best at lower pHs. This condition usually only happens in your stomach about 45-15 minutes before a meal (so it is OK to eat your meal a few minutes before the 30 minutes are up).
Also you can take the 4 capsules at once without any problems, but we do recommend that you try to use Kalawalla as suggested to improve your condition faster. But if you find yourself impossible not to skip a meal or due to your schedule you are not able to use Kalawalla as suggested, you can try taking 2 capsules just before going to sleep, about 1-2 hours after your last meal. And take the other 2 capsules as suggested (30 minutes before breakfast or lunch). If it is absolutely impossible to follow these guidelines, please take your Kalawalla whenever you can!!! You will still benefit. I can tell you with certainty that I have given my dog her Kalawalla with her food for 1 1/2 years and her immune keratitis cannot even be detected at all. She is doing fabulously!
Q: Has Kalawalla proven safe in children, or has there been any tests/trials to that effect?
A: Younger patients having suffered from an auto immune system ailment for a shorter period of time (less than 5 years) are among the group that respond better to Kalawalla. This is why I have no doubt that Kalawalla is right for children. Statistically, 95% of the children under the age of 12 with an auto immune system ailment, that use Kalawalla have excellent results clearing anywhere from 80-95% of the lesions within 2-4 months of using Kalawalla
There are no side effects that could affect children by the use of Kalawalla. So it is perfectly OK for them to take the suggested serving on each bottle. If you feel your child is too young to take capsules, you can dissolve the contents of each capsule in orange juice or any other juice your child likes. Avoid using milk to dissolve the Kalawalla because milk’s high pH may deactivate Kalawalla. Kalawalla has no bitter or after taste.
Q: The color of the capsules seem to change with some of my orders, why is the color different?
A: Kalawalla is a natural product that is organically grown and cultivated, therefore the color may change slightly due to seasonal variations without effecting purity, efficacy, or quality.
Q: Is Kalawalla safe to take during pregnancy?
A: Kalawalla does not interfere during your pregnancy planning period or after the baby is born. Kalawalla can even be used while breast feeding as it is usually prescribed by MDs in Europe for infant dermatitis. But during your pregnancy period, it is not recommended that you take Kalawalla as the complete effects over pregnant women and the fetus have yet to be fully evaluated.