THE PHOTON ROOM

What is it?

An Injection-less Peptide Therapy gel that administers a blend of Curcumin, ginsenoside Rg3, EGCG, Ursolic acid, and Betulinic acid, BPC-157.

What does it do?

• Improves wound healing by modulating collagen and decreasing reactive oxygen species

• Reduces Inflammation by suppressing mRNA expression of pro-inflammatory cytokines

• Improves cognitive performance and increases antioxidant capacity

• Improves speed of performing attention tasks

• Improves the accuracy of memory tasks performance

• Reduces physical and mental fatigue

• Enhances physical performance

• Helps maintain cardiovascular and metabolic health

• Enhances the quantity and quality of mitochondria

• Improves muscle and tendon healing

• Stimulates tendocyte growth

• Stimulates angiogenesis by up-regulating VGEF expression Common uses for Proathlete Gel

• Reducing inflammation

• Enhancing cognitive functions and processes

• Enhancing physical performance

• Increasing endurance and reducing fatigue

• Maintaining physical and cognitive health

• Increasing the rate of healing of wounds

• Accelerating the healing process of muscles and tendons

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