Mast Cells (Part 2): Mast Cells And Cancer

In this post we will discuss the angiogenic (growth supporting) factors of mast cells in cancer.

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The 13+ Benefits Of BPC-157 (Body Protective Compound) and sources

Body Protective Compound 157 (BPC-157) is a peptide that has been recently studied to produce systemic effects on both the brain and the gut, and repair those systems.

In this post, we will discuss the benefits of BPC-157, its mechanism of action, experiences, and where to get it from a quality source.

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The 11+ Benefits Of Maqui (Aristotelia Chilensis)

Maqui (also known as Chilean wineberry, or Chilean blackberry) is a plant native to Chile and Argentina. 

Its berries and leaves have profound bioactive health benefits, which we will discuss in this post.

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The 14+ Benefits Of Amentoflavone

Amentoflavone Is Cool (AF) :D
Amentoflavone (AF) is a naturally occurring biflavonoid found in many (over 120) natural plants, such as Gingko Biloba and St. John's Wort.

 

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The 15+ Benefits Of Copaiba and Copaifera

Copaiba - A Legal Cannabinoid Alternative - Copaiba oil has been used for more than 390 years with benefits towards bronchitis, skin diseases, ulcers, and syphilis. 

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Klotho: Become Smarter And Live Longer With 50+ Ways To Increase Klotho

Klotho may be one of our humans' natural adaptogens by its ability to help regulate cellular stress.

In this post, we will discuss its role in longevity, muscle strength, cancer, cognition, and neurotransmitter balance.

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The 8+ Benefits Of Deferoxamine

Deferoxamine is a powerful drug that has potential benefits in restoring neuronal health, especially in those with stroke, Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease, spinal cord injury and sleep disorders.

In this post I've gone through it's potential benefits and alternatives to this drug. 

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Inhibiting Nogo-A For Increased Brain Plasticity

Nogo-A is one of the most potent growth inhibitors in the central nervous system.

It is involved in creating new blood cells, developing new stem cells, protecting growth of cancer, and modulating the immune system.

It is highly expressed after adolescent development, traumatic brain injuries, and many myelin-related diseases.

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