The airways give off oxygen to the blood and remove carbon dioxide. To function properly, the body needs enough oxygen.
If it lacks, after only four minutes the brain can suffer permanent damage.
However, injury, inflammation, and infection can affect the respiratory tract and this must be avoided at all costs. In addition, one should support the bronchial mucosa. This is recommended for people over 35 years of age and for anyone whose bronchi are at risk, especially people with chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma, smoker’s cough, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and chronic heart failure.
This is a peptide complex that contains amino acids which contribute to the normalization of cells functions of lungs and bronchial mucous.
A clinical study has demonstrated the effectiveness in order to prevent and treat patients with lungs disorders, bronchitis and chronic respiratory infections, as well as to maintain the function of the respiratory system in elderly patients.
In a study it was giving the athletes of the highest category in the process for preparing for a competition; as a result the Peptide allowed to increase the performance of aerobic capacity and oxygen pulse and increased respiratory reserve. Therefore it gave sportsmen increase in physical performance compared to baseline, but also allowed them to keep it to the end of the sports season. It has also been shown that it has the ability to stimulate the functional activity of key cellular elements of the lung tissue and reduce the level of spontaneous cell death. Thus, the Peptide has a stabilizing effect on the lung tissue and bronchial tubes and improves its function.
The Peptide is well tolerated, with no identified side effects, complications, contraindications and drug dependence.
Chronic respiratory failure.
Chronic cardiopulmonary failure,
The consequences of long-term mechanical ventilation,
Respiratory distress syndrome,
Pulmonary tuberculosis in remission,
Burns of the upper respiratory tract,
The toxic pulmonary lesions, including carbon monoxide poisoning,
To maintain the functions of the respiratory system in elderly patients.