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Placenta injection has been incorporated in many hospitals across the world, but this act should be proven safe and sound before it is equipped in the human body. However, most hospitals are injecting placenta that is not allowed by medical practitioners. This is posing a high risk to human health because it may contain hormones that are not tested in medical laboratories. If these hormones are taken in the long term, it may lead to the development of serious illnesses such as cancer and other side effects.


Moreover, the placenta can be linked to sicknesses like Scrapie, i.e., the so-called oot and Mouth Disease’ and ad Cows.’ It has been reported several about such kind of occurrences associated with placenta injections. Most of the placenta injections have not been proven by health authorities, and still, they lack stable data to verify that the ive cells’ that they are using for injection are for sure alive. This research triggers fear of being injected with dead placenta cells, thereby having a negative impact in your body system.


Special hospitals take live cells and freeze them, and when it comes to administering the cells, they defrost them. The modern technology of freeze-drying freezes the cells, and they remain bio-active for around four years. This technology, therefore, makes the live cells available in the form of a capsule. The blending technology enables the absorption of big molecules by the bile-chylomicron, that is, the ultra low-density lipoproteins channel.


The disadvantage of administering of placenta cells via capsule is that the stomach acids like hydro chloric acid destroys the anti-aging factors and proteins, thereby hindering the primary function of the placenta calls. However, for the capsule to be effective, by oral administering, one has to consume it very early in the morning before taking the breakfast, or within the cause of the day but on an empty stomach. To curb this drawback, there comes enteric coating technology that provides every capsule a unique coat to resist being destroyed by stomach acids. This technology designs the tablet in such a way that it can dissolve in small intestine hence maximizing the placenta ingredients’ absorption in the body. These capsules can, therefore, be taken at any time, with meals and without.


Again, placenta live cells with its ingredients are perishable and can decay when exposed to much light and air hence forming bacteria. Each of these has a negative effect; for instance, enclosing live placenta cells to air may cause them to rot, and the life in them diminishes due to oxidation. This would oxidize all other ingredients in the capsule.


During incapsulation, he Living Capsule’ placenta is filled with plenty of nitrogen, which has a role of displacing the normal air, thereby preventing any decomposition of the placenta and its ingredients.




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