Peptide Set for the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM 3 PACK of Peptides (60 capsules)
TAKE PINELAON, VESUGEN AND OVAGEN FOR 10 DAYS IF YOU HAVE ISSUES WITH YOUR CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM OR AS A PREVENTIVE TREATMENT!
Peptides: Important tools for the treatment of central nervous system disorders
This review shows some classical applications of peptides and suggests there is great promise for the treatment of various central nervous system diseases. Actually, peptides are considered the new generation of biologically active tools because they are key regulators in cellular and intercellular physiological responses, which possess enormous potential for the treatment of various diseases. In spite of their clinical potential, native peptides have seen limited use due to their poor bioavailability and low stability in physiological conditions. Moreover, most peptide or protein pharmaceuticals currently in use are delivered by invasive routes such as via subcutaneous injection. Considerable efforts have been made to design new drugs based on peptides and recent developments in technology and science have provided the means and opportunity to produce a stable as well as controlled-release form of peptide and protein drugs to combat poorly controlled diseases and to increase patients’ quality of life. A major challenge in this regard, however, is the delivery of peptides over the blood–brain barrier. This review gives an overview of some strategies used to improve both bioavailability and uptake of peptide drugs for delivery into the brain. Indeed, recent findings suggest that the use of peptides by conjugation to a polymer such as nanoparticles can offer tremendous hope in the treatment of brain disorders. The polymer conjugation improves pharmacokineticsby increasing the molecular mass of proteins and peptides and shielding them from proteolytic enzymes. These new strategies will create new opportunities for the future development of neurotherapeutic drugs. In the present review we have focused our attention on the peptide controlled delivery, summarizing literature reports on the use of peptides and nanotechnology for the treatment and diagnosisof brain disorders.
Directions: 1–2 capsules two to three times daily, 15-20 minutes before meals. Duration: 10 days. Repeat every 3–6 months.