Manages Traumatic Aches


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Genache (HoV-IL10/ST6/KC18)

Manages Traumatic Aches

What do the genes IL-10, SIRT6 and KCNK18 do?

Increased excitability of neural signaling plays a major role in the intensity of discomfort. The sensitivity of neural signaling, and hence the degree to which discomfort is felt, is controlled by a protein TREK encoded by the gene KCNK18 [1]. Reduced activity of TRESK (as a result of decreased expression of the KCNK18 gene) results in an increased magnitude of discomfort.

There are a number of factors such as redness, swelling and discomfort and trauma that initiate and increase the intensity of acute and chronic distress. Recent studies have shown that redness, swelling and discomfort and trauma increase sensitivity to aches and irritation by decreasing the expression of TRESK, the product of the KCNK18 gene [2][3] Therefore, increasing expression of genes that encode proteins that suppress redness, swelling and discomfort (IL-10 and SIRT6) as well as TRESK (KCNK18) plays an important role in deterring aches and suffering.

IL-10 has been proven to suppress physical suffering as well as a gloomy outlook [4], particularly in response to disorders that are associated with cyclic cell responses and trauma.

Mediators of sudden occurrences marked by swelling and heat are also released from endothelial cells. These cells line the walls of blood vessels and other tissues. When they are damaged, they release potent agents, activating redness, swelling and discomfort. The release of inflammatory mediators from dysfunctional endothelial cells is controlled by a protein synthesized by the gene SIRT6. Studies have shown that decreased expression of SIRT6 leads to serious chronic inflammation. The occurrence of said distress resulting from dysfunctional endothelial cells is reduced when SIRT6 activity is increased, for review see Ref. 5.

Therefore, HoV-IL10/ST6/KC18 has been developed to provide relief to those suffering many different types of distress and suffering.


    2. Tulleuda et al., TRESK channel contribution to nociceptive sensory neurons excitability: modulation by nerve injury. Mol Pain. 2011; 7, 30. doi: 10.1186/1744-8069-7-30.
    3. Marsh et al., Leak K+ channel mRNAs in dorsal root ganglia: Relation to inflammation and spontaneous pain behaviour. Mol. Cell. Neuroscience. 2012; 49, 375.
    4. Roque et al., Interleukin-10: A key cytokine in depression? Cardiovascular Psychiatry and Neurol. 2009, Article ID 187894, doi:10.1155/2009/187894.
    5. Lappas. Anti-inflammatory properties of sirtuin 6 in human umbilical vein endothelial cells.
    6. Mediators Inflamm. doi: 10.1155/2012/597514.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness. Seek the advice of your physician before beginning any new products.

Key Points*

– Manages Traumatic Aches
– Natural DNA Solutions
– Enhancing Genetic Intelligence

Additional Information

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Volume (of 1 bottle)
50 mL (apprx 6 week supply)

Acidum Nucleicum IL10/ST6/KC18 UHD at 10 -12
Ethanol (25%) in purified water

Directions For Use

Shake before use. Twice daily, add 8 drops to a little clean water. On a clean palate, rinse round mouth and swallow. More than one product can be taken in the same glass. Do not use if seal is broken. Keep product in original container.


Best stored at room temperature away from direct sunlight, excess heat, odors & children. Keep product in original container



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