Protocol: Take 1 each morning Monday-Friday. Rest on weekends.
Selank is a variant of tufstin, an immune molecule. It has potent neurological effects and antiviral properties. Selank’s antiviral characteristics were evaluated against influenza virus strain H3N2 and H5N1, and Herpes virus 1 and 2 types in both in vitro and in vivo tests. Selank was shown to have a prophylactic effect during influenza infection and therapeutic effect during herpes virus infection.
Peptide protocols are a type of hormone that plays an important role in the immune system. They help to stimulate the production of T cells, which are critical for maintaining healthy immunity, as well as aiding in the development of B cells into plasma cells that produce antibodies. Additionally, peptides such as thymosin beta 4 (TB-500) are involved in tissue repair and regeneration. This protein has been shown to be highly conserved and is commonly used to treat injuries, promote hair growth, and support other healing processes. While peptide protocols are widely used by athletes and healthcare professionals alike, further research is needed to understand their full potential in treating a variety of conditions.
LL 37 is a key component of the innate defense against infection, with both microbicidal and host defense modulatory functions. In addition to their well-described bactericidal potential, CHDP has more recently been shown to have antiviral properties and is highly effective in preventing viral attachment to cells. LL 37 has been used in several virus studies and has been anecdotally reported to work well with respiratory tract viruses.
Thymosin alpha 1:
Ta1 helps the body create immune system cells that improve how the immune system works. This includes improving communication between different types of immune cells, increasing activity of T-cells, and stimulating the production of new immune cells. Ta1 also makes it easier for the body to identify foreign invaders. It is used to improve the body’s response to infections and other diseases.
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