PAPILOXYL is a patented last generation food supplement, the result of several years of research and development. Its recognized nutritional components (selected vitamins and minerals) make it a potent immune system adjuvant, of normal DNA synthesis and protection of cells against oxidative damage.
As well as, adjuvant in maintenance therapies and well-being of the mucous membranes, skin, and the cell differentiation process. The scientific literature and health authorities recognize that these nutrients have healthy properties for the normal nervous system, normal cognitive and psychological function.
Other healthy statements are related to contributing to the function of the synthesis of erythrocytes (erythropoiesis, young red blood cells), and of the balance of normal base acid. Apart from all of the above,
PAPILOXYL has been enriched with other nutrients and foods traditionally recognized in Europe and the East for their benefits, such as oriental mushrooms: Reishi (Ganoderma Lucidum), and Shiitake (Lentula Ages); and lactobacillus: Lactobacilus Gasseri, Lactibacilus Rhamosus; in addition to Lactoferrin.
The recommended dose of Papiloxyl is 1 to 3 capsules per day, orally 30 minutes before the main meals.
WARNING: Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Keep the product out of the reach of children
Reishi dry extract (Ganodema Lucidum) ≥ 50% polysaccharides, mushrooms 750.00mg; Shitake dry extract (Lentinus Edodes) ≥6% polysaccharides, whole fruit 750.00mg; Lactoferrin 75.00mg; Lactobacilus rhamnosus (Lr-32) 36.63mg 7.32E + 9 CFU; Zinc citrate 29.01mg (zinc 9mg 89.94% NRV *); Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid) 39.00mg 48.75% NRV *; Lactobacillus gasseti (Lg-36) 18.63mg 3,726E + 9 CFU; Magnesium Stearate and Silicon Dioxide; Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid) 0.30 mg 150% NRV *; Vitamin A (500,000 IU acetate) 0.348mg 43.5% NRV *; Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) 1,2mcg 48% NRV *.
The immune process works like this: an infectious agent enters the body. Maybe it’s a virus that infects us or maybe it’s a bacterium. The immune system is always alert to detect and attack the infectious agent. Whatever the agent, the immune system recognizes it as a foreign body.
These outer bodies are called antigens. The body’s first line of defense is a group of cells called macrophages. These cells circulate through the bloodstream and in the tissues of the body, vigilant of the antigens.
When an invader enters, a macrophage quickly detects it and captures it inside the cell. Enzymes inside the macrophage destroy the antigen by processing it into small pieces called antigenic peptides.
Sometimes this process alone is enough to eliminate the invader. However, in most cases, other cells of the immune system must join the fight. But before other cells can begin their work, the antigenic peptides within the macrophage bind to molecules called human leukocyte antigens or HLA.
The peptide-bound HLA molecule, now called the antigen complex, is released from the macrophage.
Cells called T-class lymphocytes can then recognize and interact with the HLA antigenic peptide complex found on the surface of the macrophage.
Once this complex is recognized, T lymphocytes send chemical signals called cytokines. These cytokines attract more T lymphocytes. They also alert other lymphocytes, class B, to produce antibodies.
These antibodies are released into the bloodstream to find and bind more antigens, so that invaders cannot multiply and make you sick. In the last step of this process, a cell called phagocyte is responsible for removing the antigen from the body.
Therefore, it is important to always maintain a balanced immune system, which may be able to protect the organism from viral infections. In this sense, immunotherapy can be integrated into the overall strategy of infection treatment, they aim to help the immune system in its defense against viruses or bacteria, to transmit information to the body and “readjust” the immune response.