Vitae Elixxir Herbal Extract

Vitae Elixxir is a proprietary combination of ten disease-fighting herbs used for over 40 years helping thousands of people with serious health issues. It was developed by a brilliant layman who treated his own terminal cancer with the ingredients found in Vitae Elixxir. Its ‘roots’ literally go back to an old American-Indian herbal mix (including bloodroot and jewelweed) used for generations as a powerful herbal remedy. A list of Ingredients and their commonly known properties can be found below the Directions.

Other's Experience
You can read about Chris' personal story at An Herbal Combination to Fight Cancer.

General Practices
This is a powerful, highly-concentrated herbal extract that can be used topically for skin disease or taken internally for cancer and other health issues. A two-ounce dropper-bottle will last three to four months with daily treatment at maximum dosage, making the cost per use very reasonable. It is sold in different sizes and delivery systems, each designed to optimize the treatment of specific health issues.

There is no known conflict with any commonly used prescription, non-prescription medications, food*, beverages, vitamins or other herbal products. Many have taken Vitae Elixxir while going through chemotherapy with positive results. *Avoid taking calcium supplements or cow's milk as it will reduce its effectiveness.
  • Used externally by many as a skin cancer or skin disease treatment, one drop has a dramatic, immediate effect on pre-cancerous skin, worrisome moles, warts and skin fungus. Treatment requires only a few days, two drops a day for it to work.
  • If used internally, it must be diluted in cool liquids and taken on a full stomach. It can be mixed into most liquids except milk or hot drinks.
  • Specific Directions for how to take Vitae Elixxir in liquid form is described below. We are happy to provide personal help to first-time users.
  • Shake bottle vigorously before using and store on its side. This helps disperse the herbal particulates. Vitae Elixxir has no restricted shelf life, does not deteriorate or lose potency. However, the herbs must be kept in a cool dry location away from sunlight, heat or freezing conditions.
  • For a more aggressive approach to disease (especially bone, brain, stomach and metastatic cancers), consider the use of the herbal foot soak in conjunction with taking the herbs orally. The Foot Soak Kit consists of an herbal soak, which is 4 oz of Vitae Elixxir and 2 oz of BCGG mixed in the laboratory with a proprietary agent that aids quick absorption through the skin – within minutes. The Kit comes with 1 quart of the herbal soak along with a covered soaking tub. You will also need a rinse tub that will fit your feet. Please watch the video below for how to use the Foot Soak herbs. Contact us for more information.
Vitae Elixxir Products
Vitae Elixxir is available in a 1 and 2 fl. oz. glass dropper bottle and a Foot Soak Kit. Following the directions for taking Vitae Elixxir, the 2 oz. size should last 3-4 months or more depending on the application.

This remedy is not a replacement for treatment by a qualified medical professional or a balanced healthy diet.

Order Vitae Elixxir below:

Directions For Taking Orally
Shake well before using. Put drops of extract into a large glass of water, juice or other liquid except milk, tea or coffee. Stir. Drops can also be added to food. Always take with food and follow with a glass of water or other liquid. Do not take on an empty stomach.

Follow these instructions to build up to a daily therapeutic dose of 18 drops:

Day 1—Take 2 drops with a meal.

Day 2—Take 4 drops with a meal.

Day 3—Take 6 drops with a meal.

Day 4—Take 8 drops with a meal.

Day 5—Take 10 drops with a meal. 

Day 6—Take 12 drops with a meal.

Day 7—Take 14 drops with a meal.

Day 8—Take 16 drops with a meal.

Day 9—Take 18 drops with a meal.

Continue with the dose of 18 drops for one year or until symptoms or conditions are relieved. Then reduce dose to 10 drops per day for maintenance and prevention.

Instructions for the Foot Soak

Chlorophyllin—Sodium copper salts derived from chlorophyll. Anti-oxidant properties show 20 times more powerful than resveratrol and 1000 times more powerful than xanthines. Accelerates wound healing and slows growth of certain bacteria. Used in cancer prevention and treatment.
Sanguinaria canadensis (bloodroot)—Used as an herbal remedy by native-Americans. Uses today include anti-plaque and antibacterial agent in toothpaste and mouthwash and for treating conditions of the skin like warts, polyps and cancer. Exhibits antiseptic, anesthetic and anticancer properties.
Impatiens pallida (jewelweed)—Used by native-Americans to treat skin disorders. Remedy
for poison ivy and poison oak rash as well as other skin conditions like warts, bug bites and acne. Exhibits anti-fungal properties.
Hydratis canadensis (golden seal)—Effective antibiotic used to treat bacterial and viral infections. Used in the treatment of skin diseases and sore/inflamed eyes. Also used as remedy for various gastric and genitourinary disorders.
Ferula galbanifluia—Considered to be the oldest drug, its used as a detoxifier and to aid circulation in the treatment of rheumatism and arthritis. Also used to treat bronchitis, asthma, and other respiratory problem. Relieves pain due to muscular spasms, pulls and cramps.
Hypericum perforatum (St. John’s wort)—Used to treat depression, exhibits antibacterial properties, and used externally to treat wounds, abrasions and first-degree burns.
Rubus villosus (blackberry)—Used for the treatment of diarrhea, wounds and burns, mouth sores, sore throat and hemorrhoids. The leaves contain vitamin C, flavonoids, tannins and ellagic acid (an anti-carcinogenic). Both leaves and berries can be used as an astringent.
Fumaria officinalis (earthsmoke)—Highly valued since ancient Roman times for its tonic and blood cleansing effect on the body. Used to treat skin diseases and conjunctivitis as well as cleanse the kidneys. Supportive in treating gall bladder and liver conditions.
Frasera carolinensis (indian lettuce)—Invigorating and cleansing tonic that strengthens the body. Valuable remedy for skin diseases and treatment of obstructions of the GI tract or womb.
Allicin—An organic sulfur derived from garlic exhibiting anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Considered to be an anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-thrombotic (preventing the formation of blood clots). Studies found to be effective in the prevention and treatment of cancer.
Zinc (essential trace mineral)—Plays a key role in growth and development, immune response, neurological function and reproduction. Nearly 100 different enzymes in the body are dependent on zinc for vital chemical reactions. Important for healthy cell walls, proper gene expression and balanced hormone activity. Effective in treating colds.
Potassium (essential mineral)—This electrolyte works with sodium to maintain concentration and charge difference across the cell membrane. It also maintains proper acid-base balance and is key to healthy functioning of the heart (regulating heartbeat), kidneys, muscles, nerves and digestive system. It helps to lower the risk of high blood pressure.
Barium (mineral)—Acts as a muscle stimulant.
Iron (essential trace mineral)—Used to make hemoglobin found in red blood cells and myoglobin found in muscles. Helps to carry and store oxygen in the body, prevents anemia and is a component of many proteins and enzymes in the body.
Sodium (essential mineral)—This electrolyte works with potassium to maintain concentration and charge difference across the cell membrane. It regulates blood pressure and blood volume and is critical for proper functioning of muscles and nerves.
Calcium (essential mineral)—Essential for healthy bones and teeth. Assists in blood clotting, muscle contraction, nerve transmission, oxygen transport, cellular secretion of fluids and enzyme activity.
Copper (essential trace mineral)—Essential to normal blood cell and connective tissue formation. Acts as a catalyst in storing and releasing iron for the formation of red blood cells. Contributes to central nervous system function.