PRODUCTS

Embryonic Plant Extracts (EPEs)

BIOPHOTONS

**** Electrically charged +++ Biophotons are the light energy of plants. The typical observed radiant emittance of biological tissues in the visible and ultraviolet frequencies ranges from 10−19 to 10−16 W/cm2. A growing body of scientific evidence suggests that the molecular machinery of life emits and absorbs photons. Now, one biologist has evidence that this light is a new form of cellular communication (Mayburov, 2012).

• Giving much needed light to dark cells – – – negatively charged.

• Increases oxygen level.

• Reduces vibrational – – – negative electrical noise.

• Restores the electron wall of the cell, preventing invasion of pathogens.

PLANT STEM CELLS (PSC® ), ALSO CALLED MERISTEMS

• Anti-senescence preventing premature aging.

• Increases mitosis.

• Rejuvenator of dying cells, increasing cells renewal.

• Repairs tissues.

• Prevents necrosis.

• Restores the reticulo endothelial system (RES).

• Reduces inflammation.

• Interrupts defective genes and inhibits DNA mistranslated information.

PHYTOHORMONES

• Growth Hormones: influence the endocrine system, stimulate, excite, energize, and electrically charged +++ also work on DNA and RNA repair.

• Immune Hormones: modulate the immune and endocrine systems.

• Stress Hormones: adaptogens-endocrine and immune defense systems.

HIGH IN ANTIOXIDANTS

Antioxidants reduce oxidative stress and damage from reactive oxygen species (ROS) and other free radicals, as well as attenuate advanced glycation end products (AGEs) and Lipofuscin, thereby increasing lifespan. They maintain Homeostasis, provide Antibiotic cytotoxic antimicrobial activity, and play a role during the detoxification process by increasing detoxification enzymes: catalase (CAT), glutathione (GSH), and super oxidase dismutase (SOD).

PHYTOCHELATIN ENZYMES SYNTHASE

Chelates, secrete, and pool toxins from exerting their toxic effects.

MANY ENZYMES

Enzymes are a major and key factor in ALL life processes. They play many roles in the various phases of detoxification, inflammation, and digestion, including metabolism. Enzymes are catalysts, mostly protein molecules that carry a vital energy factor needed to enable every chemical action and reaction that occurs in our body. Enzyme deficiency is often a sign of digestive insufficiencies that can lead to more advanced metabolic challenges. Without enzymes, life would cease to exist.

NUCLEIC ACIDS

Nucleic acids are biopolymers, or large biomolecules, essential for all known forms of life. Nucleic acids, which include DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) and RNA (ribonucleic acid), are made from monomers known as nucleotides. They are macromolecules that play an essential role in the formation of the body’s cells, and they are involved in DNA and RNA repair.

PEPTIDES

Small proteins are short polymers of amino acids. The function that a peptide carries out is dependent on which types of amino acids are involved in the chain. While peptides are involved in a number of ways in the body’s chemistry, they can best be classified by their functions: Peptide hormones, Neuropeptides, and Polypeptide growth factors. In plants, peptides are classified as: Hormones, Neuropeptides, Alkaloids, and Antibiotics. They are chemical messengers between cells’ Neurotransmitters and Endocrine receptors. Some peptides act as transporters that selectively allow certain substances to pass into the cell nucleus – cell membrane (osmosis). Most enzymes are peptides. Peptides also contribute to bone shape and strength. In addition, they are an important structural component of muscle.

AMINO ACIDS

Amino acids are the chemical units or “building blocks” of the body that make up proteins. Amino acids not only build proteins, but some are critical to metabolic functions and others act as precursors to neurotransmitters. Amino acids also act as cofactors to vitamins and minerals – not for absorption but to allow them to perform their duties correctly once they have been assimilated by us. Under certain conditions, non-essential amino acids can become essential. An insufficient supply of even one amino acid can cause serious health problems. The insufficiency would upset the body’s continuous synthesis of proteins – leaving it short of the proteins it needs. This can result in negative nitrogen balance, an unhealthy condition in which the body excretes more nitrogen than it assimilates. Further, all of the essential amino acids must be present simultaneously in the diet in order for the other amino acids to be utilized – otherwise, the body remains in a negative nitrogen balance. A lack of vital proteins in the body can cause problems ranging from indigestion to depression to stunted growth. Another benefit of some amino acids is that they have antioxidant properties. Glutathione and Cysteine/N-Acetyl L-Cysteine are powerful antioxidants, while Taurine and Tyrosine offer minor antioxidant properties.

ENDOPHYTES

Endophytes are natural antibiotics. An endophyte is an endosymbiont (any organism that lives within the body or cells of another organism), often a bacterium or fungus that lives within a plant for at least part of its life without exerting any apparent disease. Endophytes have been shown to combat pathogens and even cancers in animals, including humans.

PHYTOCHEMICALS

The term “phytochemicals” refers to the thousands of chemical constituents found in the plant kingdom. They are beyond of just being a food nutritive support and are no less essential for their biological activities and therapeutic benefits. The phytochemicals found in food are not sufficiently therapeutic for two reasons. One is our inability to metabolize them in sufficient amount to qualify them as therapeutic with sufficient benefits. Secondly, those found in food do not contain anywhere near the concentration found in embryonic plant extracts (EPEs) – phytochemical diversity. To say that they are “not essential to life” and that they are “non-nutritive,” as most definitions suggest, reflects a lack of phytochemistry knowledge. They are not only nutritive and therapeutic, but essential to our very own survival. Some plants contain in excess of three hundred phytochemicals.

ESSENTIAL OILS (EO)

Are concentrated hydrophobic liquids, also known as volatile oils, ethereal oils, aetherolea, or simply as the oil of the plant from which they were extracted and carries a distinctive scent, or essence, of the plant. They contain many polyphenols: oxygenated sesquiterpenes, pseudo-alkaloids, phenylpropanoids, and monoterpenes and are mainly composed of a class of organic compounds built of “isoprene units.” An isoprene unit is a set of five connected carbon atoms with eight hydrogen’s attached. Molecules built of isoprene units are all classified as “terpenes and terpenoids.” They have the unsurpassed ability to osmosis and cross the blood-brain barrier (BBB). Oxygenated sesquiterpenes are the most abundant compounds found in EO, and are molecules that deliver oxygen to the cells. Sesquiterpenes can also erase or deprogram miswritten code in the DNA and can erase that garbled information. They are most valuable in neurodegenerative diseases and cancers.

SYNERGY AT ITS BEST

• Monoterpenes (monophenols) reprogram the cells with the correct information so they can function properly.

• Phenylpropanoids’ biological activities are able to detoxify the receptor sites, allowing them to properly transfer hormones, peptides, neurotransmitters, steroids, and other intracellular messengers.

• Sesquiterpenes (polyphenols), which are secondary metabolites, deprogram or erase the wrong information from cellular memory stored in the DNA and increases oxygen to the cells.

OLIGO-ELEMENTS

Oligo-elements are far removed from the mega-dosing culture. They:.

• Increases mitosis.

• Regulate the body through their direct action:

  •  Central nervous system (CNS).
  •  Endocrine system.
  •  Immune system.

• Are catalysts that speed up metabolism at the cellular level.

• Provide essential nutrition to stop free radical activity.

Oligo-elements are the biological essential mineral elements that catalyze or regulate the action of a great number of enzymes in living organisms. They are vital for the smooth functioning of the enzymatic and genetic protein systems.

Their specific roles are threefold as they occur at the chemical, physical and informational level. They provide the role as co-enzyme factors that unify the operation of vitamins and minerals. Oligo-elements are necessary for enzyme synthesis (catabolism) of a specific hormone. They intervene in the unique setting of the hormone to its receptor. Embryonic plant extracts (EPEs) can contain many different oligo-elements.

VITAMINS – MINERALS – FATTY ACIDS

EPEs also contain a higher concentration of vitamins and minerals, including higher amounts of omega 3 antiinflammatory fatty acids. On a plant species-specific basis, EPEs are also a novel source of unusual fatty acids, like Juniperonic acid, for the restoration of essential fatty acid homeostasis. You can learn more about this in our Medicinal Embryonic Phytochemistry (MEPTM) Pharmacological Indications handout or in other educational materials available in the Professional Division of our website.

Reference:

Mayburov N. Serguey. Photonic Communications and Information Encoding in Biological Systems. May 18, 2012. Other Quantitative Biology (q-bio.OT) Quant. Com. Com. 11, 73 (2011) arXiv:1205.4134 [q-bio.OT] http://arxiv.org/abs/1205.4134.
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