Suggested use: 2 capsules twice a day before food supplies 1000mg of thymus and 1000mg liver.
GRASS FED THYMUS (WITH LIVER) CONTAINS:
Proteins exclusively found and expressed in thymus tissue.
Unique peptides such as Thymosin — tasked with the development of disease-fighting T-cells.
Thymopoietin and Serum Thymic factor to further regulate & support immune health.
Immunologically active proteins shown to stimulate macrophages & enhance natural killer (NK) cell activity.
GRASS FED THYMUS (WITH LIVER) SUPPORTS
Optimal Thymus health based on "Like Supports Like".
Immune system health. *
Allergy health, inflammatory health & energy metabolism.
The thymus gland produces immune cells and is an essential gland for the development of T cells. The thymus produces a hormone known as thymosin. This hormone helps transform white blood cells, or lymphocytes, into T cells. Once the T cells are mature, they then migrate to the lymph nodes, where they help boost the immune system. Some researchers have been investigating if these T cells can also help in the fight against cancer (Liu & Ellis, 2016).
There has been some interesting research showing that thymus extract might help boost the immune system against respiratory infections such as bronchitis, asthma, hay fever, and sinusitis.(Leoci 2014).
Beef thymus provides proteins exclusively found in the thymus tissue and has various peptides, and hormones such as thymosin, thymopoietin, and serum thymic factor.
Beef liver provides an important amount of micronutrients including vitamin A, B12, copper, folate, choline, iron and hyaluronic acid which have been shown to support the body’s immune system, healthy skin and hair, strong bones and collagen synthesis.
The thymus is the gland most involved with the immune system, containing lymphatic tissue, with proteins that act as stimulants for natural killer cells. The thymus is a specialised organ that produces and "educates" T-lymphocytes (T-cells). Each T cell attacks a foreign substance like viruses and bacteria which it identifies with its receptor.
The thymus continues to grow between birth and puberty and then begins to atrophy – the size and activity are dramatically reduced. It is largely degenerated in elderly adults and is barely identifiable, consisting mostly of fatty tissue. Involution of the thymus has been linked to loss of immune function in the elderly, susceptibility to infection and to cancer.
For many centuries, physicians and other healers have prescribed organs and glands, often in the raw state. Our organs and glands are ideal supplements for individuals wanting to provide nutritional support for specific organs and systems, and to complement the diet with the incredible array of nutrients found in organs and glands from healthy, carefully raised animals. Many clinicians understand that the consumption of these foods may have a profound effect on an individual’s organs.