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Questions about Khavinson peptides

Introduction

Khavinson peptides are supplements containing bioactive molecules. Such regulatory molecules are naturally present in our body cells. However, as we age, levels of these compounds decrease, and the deficiency may develop. There are two types of Khavinson peptides: cytomaxes and cytogens. Cytomaxes are natural peptides isolated from the tissues of young, healthy animals. Alternatively, cytogens are peptides synthesized in the laboratory. 

Both types of peptides act by impacting specific tissues and organs to fulfill the requirement of these molecules, regenerate their proper functioning, and slow the process of aging. You can find everything you need to know about Khavinson peptides in corresponding sections of our website.

FAQ about Khavinson peptides:

No, Khavinson peptides don’t cause side effects.

Pregnancy and peptides are compatible. However, Khavinson peptides should only be used under the supervision and after the approval of your physician.

Khavinson peptides are not certified for children, as this would significantly affect the price of a natural product. However, based on the fact that these molecules are physiological for the human body, parents, if they choose so, can give peptide bioregulators to children under 12 years of age to correct pathologies.

You can find information about the daily dose in the “Instructions” section of the supplement description. Usually, it is equal to 1-2 capsules taken 1-2 times per day. However, some Khavinson peptides have considerably lower daily doses, so it is better to check this information on the instructions and discuss it with your doctor.

Peptide bioregulators are recommended for 2-3 months during the first therapeutic course. By doing so, it is possible to compensate for the deficiency of these molecules accumulated at a certain age. Throughout the year, follow-up courses are held 1 month after 2-3 months, and then 1 month every 6-12 months. In this way, you can support the work of specific organs at the level of nuclear proteins, so tissues function at their maximum capacity.  

Alternatively, you can take peptide bioregulators constantly because they don’t cause side effects or overdose. Both schemes are effective. This applies to any direction of peptide bioregulators.

Taking peptide supplements does not interfere with the intake of medications or other supplements.

The use of Khavinson peptides for general body rejuvenation is a complex, systematic intake of peptides derived from all organs for 1 – 2 months, depending on the individual’s health. 

The use of Khavinson peptides to prevent aging should be started at the age of 25. An aging prophylaxis course is repeated once a year up to the age of 40 and twice a year thereafter. The course that provides the maximum effect in prolonging one’s life is the one that prevents aging.

Generally, contraindications include allergies or individual intolerance to the components. However, it is good to consult with your physician before starting taking any supplements. It is also important to talk with your doctor if you consider taking Khavinson peptides during pregnancy or breastfeeding.

Unlike drugs that relieve symptoms quickly, Khavinson peptides resolve the cause of disease. In addition, these supplements recover normal cell division. 

For Khavinson peptides to have an effect, taking at least a one-month course is recommended. During this time, body cells will be partially renewed. With the help of Khavinson peptides, such cell renewal will partially or entirely (depending on the severity of pathology) restore the proper functioning of body organs.

In reliable experiments (on animals) and clinical trials (up to 15-year long on humans), peptide bioregulators resulted in a maximum increase in life expectancy of up to 42% and a maximum decrease in mortality up to 67%.

There is no correlation between a person’s weight/age/gender and a daily dose of peptide bioregulators. The daily dose specified in the “Instructions” section is universal because peptide bioregulators cannot cause an overdose. The cell will take only the amount of these molecules that it needs, and the body will use the rest as regular peptides (material for new proteins).

As a part of the classical dosage protocol used for decades, peptides derived from brain tissue, blood vessels, and the thymus were offered first.

There are several ways to get peptide bioregulators: from food, through injections, in the form of pills/capsules or medicinal ointments. However, you cannot get the needed amount of these molecules with your diet. Therefore, to fulfill the deficiencies in bioregulatory peptides in different tissues, it is recommended to take these molecules as a supplement.

Most people find it comfortable to take up to 6 directions of peptides. There is a recommendation of using no more than 8 peptide complexes simultaneously.

Whether we receive additional peptide bioregulators from outside or not, our bodies already contain them. Therefore, by taking these regulatory molecules, we only make up for their deficiency in the body. Notably, tissue regeneration occurs in the process of replenishing this deficiency. However, patients may experience some discomfort as a result of these processes. Thus, it is better to take your time and spread out the intake of peptide bioregulators over several months.

Peptide bioregulators are recommended for 2-3 months during the first therapeutic course. By doing so, it is possible to compensate for the deficiency of these molecules accumulated at a certain age. Throughout the year, follow-up courses are held 1 month after 2-3 months, and then 1 month every 6-12 months. In this way, you can support the work of specific organs at the level of nuclear proteins, so tissues function at their maximum capacity.  

Alternatively, you can take peptide bioregulators constantly because they don’t cause side effects or overdose. Both schemes are effective. This applies to any direction of peptide bioregulators.

For natural peptide bioregulators to lose their functionality, a specific bond must be disrupted. Therefore, the probability of enzymatic digestion of these molecules is less than 10%.

Storage temperature ranges from 50 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit (10 to 25 degrees Celsius).

Freezing is not recommended.

It is not recommended to add bioregulators to drinks or hot water.

Peptides should be taken in the morning 30 minutes before eating. Peptides in capsule form are taken with water at room temperature. If you use a lingual form of peptides, place them under the tongue, do not swallow, and wait 2-5 minutes for them to be absorbed through the oral mucosa. 

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