- Versatile Immune System modulator that induces, modifies or normalizes the immune response; disease type problems.
- It adjusts the intensity and profile and profile of the immune response to the particular situation of each patient.
- Helps balance the immune system.
- Strengthens the immune response.
- Improve response to treatment.
- Reduces treatment time.
- Improves the quality of life of the patient.
- Reduces the cost of treatment.
Lyophilized ampule bottle with 3.6 mg of protein, equivalent to 1.75 units of Transfer Factor.
Administration way Oral
- We have two production plants in Mexico D.F. , certified by COFEPRIS (Federal Commission for Protection against Health Risks).
- Our products are registered with COFEPRIS as Food Supplements *
- We have national coverage, which positions us as leaders in the private market.
* In Mexico, all products called Protein Dialysates (Transfer Factor) are cataloged as a food supplement 5
Transfer factors are:
- Molecules weighing less than 10 kilodaltons
- They do not create allergic phenomena
- They are not species specific
- They have induction, modulation or suppression functions.
Suppression of excessive immunological responses as in the case of chronic allergic responses, and autoimmune diseases.
Inductor of immunological response to infectious diseases.
For many reasons, both the inducing factor and the suppressor factor are part of an immunoregulatory network that keeps the immune system in balance (Modulation).
|Viral processes||Bacterial processes||Fungal processes||Allergies||Immune system||Neoplasms|
|Description||A deficiency in the Immune System due to hypo or hyperfunction triggers a failure in the recognition or elimination mechanism of a harmful microorganism leading to infection viral, bacterial or fungal.||An excessive response to a certain antigen can trigger a allergy.||Loss of tolerance and an abnormal response against a own element can mean a disease autoimmune.||Poor monitoring of the behavior and condition of the own cells can lead to the development of malignant and benign tumors.|
|Examples of pathologies||Herpes Zoster, Herpes Simplex, Genital Herpes, Chickenpox, Measles, Mumps, HPV, Papillomatosis Laryngeal Mononucleosis infectious, Hepatitis, Dengue, HIV.||Tuberculosis, Sinusitis, Repeat respiratory and urinary infections, Chronic osteomyelitis.||Candidiasis, Opportunistic mycosis, Leishmaniasis, Toxoplasmosis||Bronchial asthma, Psoriasis, Atopic dermatitis||Progressive systemic sclerosis, Systemic lupus erythematosus, Immunocompromised patients, Pre-surgical (any surgery) High-risk surgeries||In patients with chemotherapy and radiotherapy and pre-surgical patients|
|Medical speciality||Infectology, Gynecology, Immunology||Pneumology, Infectology, Virology, Immunology||Infectology, Gynecology||Allergology, Immunology, Dermatology||Immunology, Internal Medicine||Oncology|