The pain relief expert recommends: The tissue of the human body can be regenerated by natural substances. Today I would like to talk about ANOTHER 3 complaints which can be positively influenced by natural substances.
The body is normally in a state of incessant regeneration. If a disease exists, the degenerative processes overlay the regenerative capacity of the organism.
In the first part on this topic I have already described natural substances for complaints of:
-Regeneration of nerve cells
-Regeneration of the liver
-Regeneration of the beta cells of the pancreas
If you are interested, take another look in there. (I link this article at the end of this article)
-Hormone Regeneration: There are secretagoges that stimulate the endocrine glands ability to secrete hormones. There are also substances that actually regenerate hormones that have been broken down (by releasing electrons) into potentially carcinogenic “transition hormone” metabolites. One such substance is Vitamin C.
Vitamin C is a powerful electron donor and has the ability to contribute electrons to revive the form and function of, for example, estradiol (oestrogen), progesterone and testosterone.
-Regeneration of heart cells: Until recently, it was believed that the tissue of the heart was not able to regenerate. Recent research now suggests that this is simply not true. There is a group of compounds that regenerate heart tissue known as neocardiogenic substances.
These are able to stimulate the formation of cardiac progenitor cells that can differentiate into healthy heart tissue; these include: Resveratrol, Eleuthero (Siberian ginseng), Red wine extract, Japanese Clove Root (Geum Japonicum), N-acetylcysteine
-Regeneration of cartilage, joints and the spine: Curcumin and Resveratrol have been shown to improve recovery from spinal cord injury. I myself have written a lot of articles about natural substances here on my page.
I have tested most of the substances myself and use them every day. Not because I have pain. No, these are purely prophylactic.
I hope I could share some new information with you.
Let me know if you have any questions.