What Happened to Carrington’s Manapol, and What Now?
Carrington Laboratories ceased to produce their Manapol several years ago. Shortly thereafter, they filed bankruptcy. Given a 2-year expiration period on Manapol, any product on the market that represents itself to contain Carrington Manapol is either way, way past expiration date, or is just being falsely represented.
When we ran out of legitimate Manapol, we searched other immune/endocrine support products. The best we found was Lorand Labs “BiAloe®.” For a while, we re-packaged this in pure form in 30 g. jars. BiAloe® is, in our opinion, the best Aloe inner leaf gel product on the market. We, however, had not chosen an adequate packaging method, and moisture absorption created a problem for many consumers. We have not yet determined how to package pure BiAloe® powder so that it does not absorb moisture.
When we did our initial search for alternate immune/endocrine support products, we evaluated one brand of Agaricus blazei mushroom. We were not at all impressed. Recently a natural doctor friend suggested that we re-evaluate Agaricus, but from different sources. This time our experience was very positive. We have chosen to add the Aloha Medicinals Pure Agaricus blazei Capsules to our product line because of effectiveness and value. It out-performs other immune/endocrine support products, and it costs considerably less to purchase. To learn more, go to
This product has become my family’s immune and edocrine supplement of choice.
To your perfect health,
Bruce Wesley Chenoweth