Nutritional supplements in the form of organ and plant ultrafiltrates/peptides. Laboratory- processed natural products without preservatives for rejuvenation, stimulation, regeneration and support during the treatment of illnesses.
Note: The form of the preparation is a clear liquid, 2-5 ml of which is poured under the tongue and swished around for about one minute until the main part of the active ingredients is absorbed. The preparation for revitalizing the skin can also be applied in the form of a cream, which has enormously rapid absorbency through the pores, likewise the hair tonic for absorption by the scalp into the hair follicles.
HOW WE MAKE OUR PRODUCTS
Through so-called ultrafiltration, which is a process of separating molecules of low molecular weight from molecules of higher molecular weight. In the first phase the source material is filtered several times through continuously smaller screens. In the final filtration the preparation is forced under high pressure through a very dense filter. In the filtered fluid the concentration is measured out and modified to the desired value by dilution. The preparation is then measured out in a sterile environment into autoclaved ampoules and hermetically sealed. With the exception of creams, the product is during distribution, transport and storage kept in the cold, under refrigeration.
Note: a huge advantage of this process for obtaining peptides versus more commonly available thermally processed peptides is that the peptides from our laboratory remain bioactive (alive); that is, not only does it nourish the organ-building molecule, but it also has the ability to inform it about the proper functioning.
HOW ULTRAFILTRATION WORKS
A peptide is a protein substance of organic origin (animal or plant). Human peptides are identical to animal or plant peptides. Utrafiltrated peptides are linked to structural molecules of larger size which are found in the cells of human beings (these are moderately different from animals; we, however, separate them through ultrafiltration from identical peptides). The cell wall has pores through which only a molecule with a low molecular weight can penetrate; thus, the ultrafiltrate yes (ultrafiltrates are made up predominately of molecular weight around 5 -10 KiloDaltons, of size in nanometres). Molecules with low molecular weight are tied to large structural molecules of a user of peptides and this gives them the appropriate characteristics necessary for their proper functioning. Molecules of organ ultrafiltrates have the proper information for structural cells, because they come from organs of aniaml embryos, or from placenta, which has the capability of adapting and operating on any type of cell (peptide molecules, thanks to their origin from embryos, do not show deterioration, deformation or even an improper activity). Plant peptides work similarly, usually affecting the proper functioning of the hormonal and immune systems. The use of organ peptides has long-term to permanent effects and their measurable or subjectively perceived working lasts for 2-10 weeks. Plant peptides work almost immediately, in a time horizon of hours, and their effects are measurable or subjectively perceived only during the period of use of the peptides.