Joe, one minute RSHN is going to the moon then the next you seem worried the stock hit .0005. I tried to ease your concern about the dip and before that I mentioned RSHN had the potential to move as BRVO did prior to the CCE announcement.
I agree RSHN and QBID are very different companies. I was attempting to point out that a diluted company such as QBID requires enormous volume in order to up tick the pps.
Too many times people will get excited because a stock's volume is up 15-30% over its normal volume then wonder why the pps closed unchanged.
Please understand Joe, I agree with you and Jaco that RSHN has great long term potential. I personally will wait to see how the company issues their new shares; restricted/unrestricted shares. Too many important unknowns for me at this time. Dead money is something I strive to avoid.
hermes, rshn is going to the moon! I'm not worried one bit. imho
I agree diluting stock is not good most of the time , but this case may turn out positive.
gzfx also increased by 2,000,000,000 to 4,000,000,000 shares before their mega run and now look where they are trading. I am buying rshn all I can on dips. imho
(a) On July 19, 2005, the Company filed a Certificate of Amendment to Articles of Incorporation with the Nevada Secretary of State (see Exhibit 3.7). This amendment, which did not require shareholder approval under the Company's current Articles of Incorporation, as amended, increased the authorized common stock of the Company by 2,000,000,000 to 4,000,000,000 shares.
Posted on Fri, Nov. 18, 2005 M O R E N E W S F R O M topix.net Tamiflu Family Medicine Influenza Bird Flu Elderly CDC Health Medication
Supplements may offer hope in flu pandemic
BY RICHARD HARKNESS
Knight Ridder Newspapers
Q: With the shortage of the prescription anti-flu drug Tamiflu and fears about a coming bird flu pandemic, are there any natural supplements that will help against the flu?
A: There's some promising evidence for elderberry, n-acetylcysteine, and American ginseng. The studies mentioned below are double-blind, placebo trials.
_Elderberry has been used for centuries to treat the seasonal flu and colds. It appears to boost the immune system and has been shown to inhibit various influenza virus strains in laboratory experiments.
Benefits have been found for a standardized elderberry extract syrup (Sambucol).
One study consisted of 60 patients who had suffered from influenza-like symptoms for 48 hours or less. They took either 15 ml (1 tablespoon) of the elderberry syrup or placebo four times daily for five days. Those taking elderberry reported that their symptoms were relieved about four days earlier than those on placebo.
In another study, symptoms in the group taking elderberry syrup significantly improved within two days compared to six days for the placebo group.
_N-acetylcysteine is an antioxidant and seems to have anti-inflammatory effects. It may also thin the blood. A study of 262 people, mainly elderly, found that n-acetylcysteine tablets (600 mg) taken twice daily for 6 months helped prevent flu-like illness, and reduced the severity and duration of illness when it occurred.
The prescription form of n-acetylcysteine, called Mucomyst, is used for acetaminophen poisoning and for respiratory conditions.
_American ginseng is thought to boost the immune system.
Two studies involving 198 people suggest that a proprietary extract of North American ginseng (CVT-E002) helped prevent the flu in elderly residents of long-term care or assisted living facilities. Residents receiving 200 mg of the ginseng formulation twice daily for 12 weeks during flu season had a substantially lower risk of getting laboratory-confirmed influenza, compared to placebo users.
Another study of 279 people found that 2 capsules (400 mg) daily of an extract of North American ginseng root taken over 4 months during flu season helped prevent the common cold, and reduced its severity and its duration by 2.4 days. Researchers, however, did not distinguish between the common cold and flu (both are caused by viruses).
A caution: Pregnant or nursing women should not use these natural remedies without medical supervision.
Q: Your flu column in the San Diego Union-Tribune listed "children 23 months to 6" in the CDC's high-risk category for priority in getting the flu shot. My pediatrician recommended that my 12-month-old twins get a shot because they are high risk. Why does the CDC feel differently?
A: My original text read "Children ages 6 to 23 months." An editor somehow got the numbers turned around. Fortunately, it's stated correctly in other newspapers that carry my column. Your pediatrician and the CDC are on the same page after all. Richard Harkness is a consultant pharmacist, natural medicines specialist, and author of eight published books. Write him at 1224 King Henry Drive, Ocean Springs, MS 39564; or rharkn*aol.com. Selected questions will be used in the column.
Ginseng Extract Helps Fight Off Common Cold Review North American ginseng is modestly effective. EDMONTON, Alberta, Oct. 25 - Canadian researchers have found two capsules a day of North American ginseng (Panax quinquefolium) to be modestly effective in keeping the common cold at bay.
Patients who took two 200 mg capsules per day of ginseng had significantly fewer colds and less severe symptoms than those who were assigned to a placebo, according to a study published in the October issue of Canadian Medical Association Journal.
The positive results of the Canadian randomized double-blind trial came just weeks after echinacea, another ostensible alternative cold remedy, was found completely ineffective in a study appearing in the New England Journal of Medicine.
The research team, led by Tapan K. Basu, Ph.D., a professor of food and nutritional science at the University of Alberta here, reported a mean of 0.68 colds per person over four months among 130 patients in the ginseng group versus 0.93 colds per person among the 149 patients assigned to rice-powder placebo (95% CI, 0.04-0.45, p=0.017).
Ginseng has been previously studied for its potential in improving blood flow and cognitive function, but less was known about its possible antiviral capacity. The authors said the phytochemical properties of ginseng suggest this herb could have potential beyond treating the perennial common cold.
This ginseng extract, wrote Dr. Basu and colleagues, has a broader range of activity and hence is potentially more effective in combating different strains of virus.
They said North American ginseng extract contains the polysaccharides and oligosaccharides that have been shown to boost immunity by enhancing the immunoglobulin production of lymphocytes and macrophage Fc receptor expression. In addition, the researchers wrote, these extracts appear to stimulate cell-mediated immune response and natural killer cell cytotoxicity.
Stock had some good movement for the level that its at today. I am going try to get in at 0.0005 tomorrow and hope for a strong close again.
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quote:No need to pump this stock. Its dead and dying.
Actually, I dont think this stock is dead or dying. I think Rush has a wonderful product and has the chance to run and make all of us some money. I say this is a strong hold. Time will tell what RSHN can do. But there are worse stocks out there. Stock I know we own like CWFG - right??? :-)
Stock is like playin cards --- Ya gotta know when to hold em - know when to fold em - hehehehehe :-)
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I can wait to see what happens here!!!!!!!!!!!
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