Reproductive Peptide Bioregulator protects female reproductive organs from illness, aids their function and
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Zhenoluten is a peptide bioregulator specifically developed to
enhance and protect the function of the female reproductive organs. Zhenoluten offers the following
Keeps female reproductive health at its optimum level
Stimulates libido and female reproductive organ function
Protects the reproductive organs from illness
Has the same role as peptide bioregulators developed in the
There are no adverse side effects
The female reproductive or genital system allows for the nurturing of
a fertilized egg to develop into a fetus, allowing woman to reproduce and have babies. The reproductive system
contains internal and external organs, including ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix and external
Like other parts of the human body, it's susceptible to
inflammations, diseases and infections, affecting its ability to properly function as the reproductive system. This
can lead to infertility and other serious health problems. Zhenoluten peptide bioregulator helps
protect healthy functioning of the female reproductive system.
What is a peptide
Peptides are small biological molecules, consisting of two or more
amino acids. When a molecule has up to 50 amino acids, it's considered to be a peptide. Larger molecules of 50 or
more amino acids are called proteins.
Being smaller molecules and with shorter chains of amino acids than
proteins, peptides can enter the blood through the digestive system, to initiate protein synthesis. This synthesis
initiates cell repair and regeneration.
Each organ and gland in the body has its own unique peptide
bioregulator. With age these peptides become less active, resulting in tissues not being repaired. Being small and
easier to absorb through the stomach, peptide bioregulators have the ability to interact directly with cell DNA.
This enables them to start tissue repair and regenerations in specific body organs and