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Add-Ons

Add-Ons

As a supplement for any of the packages there will be a series of add on products that the doctor may recommend and/or the patient can choose to annex to a particular package hence increasing the value.

Acetylcysteine

Due to its antioxidant property and its effectiveness in promoting the synthesis of glutathione, NAC is used as a substrate contributing to the cellular protection from harmful agents through progressive GSH depletion.

Trace elements

This formulation is indicated for use as a supplement to intravenous solutions, it helps to maintain plasma levels of zinc, copper, manganese, and chromium and to prevent depletion of endogenous stores of these trace elements and subsequent deficiency symptoms.

MSM (methylsulphonylmethane)

The biological function of MSM is to supply the sulfur required to make the amino acids cysteine and methionine – both of which are extremely important to your body. When your body synthesizes proteins (which are made up of amino acids), methionine is almost always the first amino acid in the sequence. Proteins also must fold in specific ways in order for them to be biologically useful and active. Cysteine is crucial to the three-dimensional structure of proteins, ensuring that proteins fold properly.

B-Complex

NIACIN (B3), THIAMINE (B1) , DEXPANTHENOL (B5), RIBOFLAVIN (B2), PYRIDOXINE (B6). These water-soluble vitamins have several vital functions including support for immune function, nerve cell communication, liver function and more healthy skin, hair, and eyes. B complex vitamins are water-soluble, so our bodies have no permanent storage and need to be supplemented.

Glutathione

Scientists call it the mother of all antioxidants.It is indispensable in preventing cellular damage. It removes toxins in the body by binding to them to facilitate their removal. Glutathione is involved in innumerable biochemical processes,both as an antioxidant (in the form of glutathione peroxidase) and as a detoxifying agent for many xenobiotics. It is also involved in DNA synthesis and repair. Studies suggest a strong relationship between Glutathione deficit and Parkinson’s disease. that it also slows the speed of aging.

NADH

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is an essential cofactor required for cellular energy transfer and is central to metabolism. Found in all living cells, NAD is vital in all parts of metabolism, but one particularly important area where these reactions occur is in the release of energy from nutrients.

Dexpanthenol

Dexpanthenol (Vitamin B5) is a compounded vitamin for injection. It is often combined with other B vitamins and nutrients in various injectable or intravenous (IV) formulas. It is used to nourish patients who are unable to eat and can be used as a GI stimulant. This vitamin is critical in the formation of Coenzyme A, a molecule that helps a large number of enzymes function in the body and for energy production in general.

Cellgenic 30 million Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Stem cells administered intravenously can reach every site of inflammation inside the body. The possibilities and potential of this innovative treatment are great. Stem cells support cell growth and tissue repair after depletion of the natural healing mechanism Stem cells continue dividing and growing once they reach a damaged tissue, promoting cell regeneration throughout the body.

Cellgenic Exosomes

5 billions of exosomes are delivered diluted in 250ml of Sodium chloride. Exosomes are minimal droplets that a cell produces in response to injuries in the tissue or to simply communicate with other cells to manage their reaction to certain situations. Through growth factors, messenger RNA, micro RNA, cytokines, and other biologically active molecules, exosomes play a vital role in the regeneration. And those capabilities can be used to reinvigorate the body by jumpstarting the healing process.

Acetylcysteine

Due to its antioxidant property and its effectiveness in promoting the synthesis of glutathione, NAC is used as a substrate contributing to the cellular protection from harmful agents through progressive GSH depletion.

Trace elements

This formulation is indicated for use as a supplement to intravenous solutions, it helps to maintain plasma levels of zinc, copper, manganese, and chromium and to prevent depletion of endogenous stores of these trace elements and subsequent deficiency symptoms.

MSM (methylsulphonylmethane)

The biological function of MSM is to supply the sulfur required to make the amino acids cysteine and methionine – both of which are extremely important to your body. When your body synthesizes proteins (which are made up of amino acids), methionine is almost always the first amino acid in the sequence. Proteins also must fold in specific ways in order for them to be biologically useful and active. Cysteine is crucial to the three-dimensional structure of proteins, ensuring that proteins fold properly.

B-Complex

NIACIN (B3), THIAMINE (B1) , DEXPANTHENOL (B5), RIBOFLAVIN (B2), PYRIDOXINE (B6). These water-soluble vitamins have several vital functions including support for immune function, nerve cell communication, liver function and more healthy skin, hair, and eyes. B complex vitamins are water-soluble, so our bodies have no permanent storage and need to be supplemented.

Glutathione

Scientists call it the mother of all antioxidants.It is indispensable in preventing cellular damage. It removes toxins in the body by binding to them to facilitate their removal. Glutathione is involved in innumerable biochemical processes,both as an antioxidant (in the form of glutathione peroxidase) and as a detoxifying agent for many xenobiotics. It is also involved in DNA synthesis and repair. Studies suggest a strong relationship between Glutathione deficit and Parkinson’s disease. that it also slows the speed of aging.

NADH

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is an essential cofactor required for cellular energy transfer and is central to metabolism. Found in all living cells, NAD is vital in all parts of metabolism, but one particularly important area where these reactions occur is in the release of energy from nutrients.

Dexpanthenol

Dexpanthenol (Vitamin B5) is a compounded vitamin for injection. It is often combined with other B vitamins and nutrients in various injectable or intravenous (IV) formulas. It is used to nourish patients who are unable to eat and can be used as a GI stimulant. This vitamin is critical in the formation of Coenzyme A, a molecule that helps a large number of enzymes function in the body and for energy production in general.

Cellgenic 30 million Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Stem cells administered intravenously can reach every site of inflammation inside the body. The possibilities and potential of this innovative treatment are great. Stem cells support cell growth and tissue repair after depletion of the natural healing mechanism Stem cells continue dividing and growing once they reach a damaged tissue, promoting cell regeneration throughout the body.

Cellgenic Exosomes

5 billions of exosomes are delivered diluted in 250ml of Sodium chloride. Exosomes are minimal droplets that a cell produces in response to injuries in the tissue or to simply communicate with other cells to manage their reaction to certain situations. Through growth factors, messenger RNA, micro RNA, cytokines, and other biologically active molecules, exosomes play a vital role in the regeneration. And those capabilities can be used to reinvigorate the body by jumpstarting the healing process.

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