Restless Warrior

Restless Warrior

$49.75

Supports The Body’s First Immune Response

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Restless Warrior (HoV-DF1)

Supports The Body’s First Immune Response

Internal as well as external body surfaces are continuously exposed to contagious factors such as harmful bacteria. DEFB1 is a very important bactericidal protein that forms the body’s first line of defense against contagious factors. It is produced by cells in body surfaces such as skin and has been shown to inhibit the spread of various viral conditions including one’s that turn the body’s defenses on itself, and may assist in the self-destruction of cyclic cells.

What does DEFB1 do?

Restless Warrior is designed to target the DEFB1 gene. The defensin gene DEFB1 encodes a microbicidal peptide which is an important first line defense mechanism for all epithelial surfaces against bacteria and other contagious organisms, including ones which may be the source of severe organ and brain deterioration due to infestation of tubercle bacilli as well as the family germ genus causing similar deterioration to the skin organ system.

Epithelial tissue covers the whole surface of the body. It provides a protective covering or lining for all internal as well as external body surfaces. The skin is an important epithelial tissue.

DEFB1 is called the “Restless Warrior” because it is continuously expressed in skin cells, urinary and respiratory tract epithelial cells. Other expression sites include epithelial cells of the testis, gingival tissue, small intestine, cornea, mammary gland [1] [2] and particularly the female reproductive system [3]. So, it plays a very important role in the protection of many parts of the body against entry of bacteria and other contagious agents. It works separately to the adaptive immune system.

It has recently been discovered that DEFB1 can also reduce the spread of intense contagious viral agents which may lead the body to attack itself (see within Ref. 1). Therefore, it is not surprising that DEFB1 deficiency leads to a wide range of contagious ailments. DEFB1 has another important function; it is able to reduce cyclic cell proliferation. Scientists have shown that it can induce cyclic cells to self-destruct (apoptosis). Many cyclic cells are associated with diminished expression of DEFB1. Reduced expression of DEFB1 is one of the reasons why cyclic cells may flourish.

Prof. Prado-Montes [1] has stated that DEFB1 has many applications in treatment of contagious ailments such as intense digestive redness, pain and swelling, body and skin organ systems infested with tubercle bacilli, as well as cyclic cell proliferation to name a few.
References:
1. Prado-Montes de Oca E. Molecules in focus. Human -defensin 1: A restless warrior against allergies, infections and cancer. Int. J. Biochem. Cell Biol. 2010: 42; 800.
2. Jia H P et al., Abundant human beta-defensin-1 expression in milk and mammary gland epithelium. J. Pediat. 2001:138; 109.
3. Valore E V et al., Human beta-defensin-1: an antimicrobial peptide of urogenital tissues. J. Clin. Invest. 1998:101; 1633.

*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*

– Activates 1st Immune Response
– Natural DNA Solutions
– Enhancing Genetic Intelligence

Additional Information

Product Code
HoV-DF1

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

Ingredients
Acidum Nucleicum DF1 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.

Storage

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

 

 

 

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