MSH2-Max, a homeopathic amino acid great for improved skin health. $29.50/bottle.
ESSENTIAL FOR DNA REPAIR AND IMPROVED SKIN HEALTH
According to the National Institute of Health, the MSH2 gene provides instructions for making a protein that plays an essential role in DNA repair. This protein helps fix mistakes that are made when DNA is copied (DNA replication) in preparation for cell division*.
The all-natural amino acid, MSH2-Max, offers all these benefits including tanning when exposed to sunlight. Using our patented ‘PRO’ nanotechnology, MSH2 is micronized for rapid absorption through the skin, nasal cavity, or under the tongue.
We offer MSH2-Max at the reduced price of 29.50 US dollars, (retail value= $49.99), 6ml bottle, 500IU liquid (60 sprays) for nasal, sublingual or topical application. Apply nasally for best effect. If used under the tongue, half the dose is swallowed. After dosing, activate in the sun for 10-15 minutes or more. MSH2-Max must be sun or sunlamp activated to achieve tanning.
Ingredients: water, natural peptide MSH-2 as described by the National Institute of Health*.
As depicted in this photo, pinching the facial skin indicates the elastic condition of the skin. If the pinched skin does not return quickly to its original state, this may be an indication of dehydration and lack of growth hormone.
For dehydrated skin, we recommend AldoMax lotion applied topically to facial skin. Consuming sufficient salt in the diet is also important. Crow's feet will vanished if AldoMax is applied topically to crow's feet. $69.50.
Second, if growth hormone is lacking, we recommend the pituitary release of growth hormone using our fine sublinguals, SermMax and ReleasingMax. For the ultimate in body and skin care, try our growth hormone enhancer, SermMax or its near cousin, ReleasingMax. Both release growth hormone from the pituitary gland for improved skin and body tone. Each are priced wholesale at $29.50.
The Science Behind Staying Toned, Tanned and Wrinkle free
I recently enjoyed a pleasant and highly informative interview with Prof. R. from the University of California. Prof. R. has both an MD and JD and has practiced oncology (cancer therapy) for more than thirty years. Out of curiosity, I posed the following question:
“Given your extensive background in oncology, how was it possible that humans could run naked on the savannas of Africa for over 100,000 years without acquiring skin cancer?”
Prof. R. smiled knowingly and said:
“Many millennia ago, before humans migrated out of Africa, they had very black skin rich in melanocytes (pigment-producing skin cells). This dark skin protected them from the sun’s cancerous UV radiation. In fact, today’s medical literature states that incidence of melanoma and squamous cell carcinomas are thirty times greater in light-skinned people versus dark-skinned people. Furthermore, when albinos are born in Africa today, they are totally pale and lacking in melanocytes, and they easily acquire skin cancers when exposed to the powerful African sun.”
I thanked Prof. R. for his insight into skin cancer and anthropology. I wondered why this valuable information isn’t widely known and reported by the media. Subsequently, I added the following comment:
“Many thanks, Prof. R., for your wise and definitive statement. Allow me to add that the natural amino acid chain MSH-2 (MSH2-Max) stimulates our melanocytes to darken our skin. This darkening will improve our appearance and perhaps prevent some problems during aging. In addition, MSH-2 has other vital functions that promote superior health.”
I shook hands with Prof. R., and we parted company. I proceeded to take a long walk to contemplate the benefits of MSH-2. My thinking developed as follows:
During my walk, I remembered that MSH-2 does much more than merely tan the skin. Indeed, it is critical to firm the skin and tone the muscles. I knew this because MSH-2 (MSH2-Max) is anabolic, and it works synergistically with other anabolics, such as testosterone, estradiol, DHEA, growth hormone (ReleasingMax), and IGF-1. They tighten and firm the skin and muscles, especially in young people who have naturally high levels of anabolics. On the other hand, in many people over fifty these anabolics are deficient and, consequently, the skin begins to pale and both the skin and muscles begin to sag and shrink.
As a result of anabolic deficiencies, nearly a third of muscle strength is lost between ages thrity-five and seventy. This condition, called sarcopenia, limits the range of motion and balance and increases the risk of falls. Indeed, in men an average age of seventy, the muscles have weakened so significantly that half cannot rise from an armchair without the help of their arms to propel them upward.
Second, these same men—and some even younger—develop skin folds on their backs that look like draperies of pale skin due to the lack of anabolics, especially growth hormone (ReleasingMax), MSH-2 (MSH2-Max) and BPC-157-Max.
These anabolics work together like a well-tuned and balanced orchestra. This synergistic balance encourages youthful skin and muscles. If you doubt this statement, please observe the tremendously firm and toned muscles of black athletes, especially their triceps. Even average athletic African Americans may develop well-rounded and shaped triceps, such as in the case of the 50-year-old former First Lady, Michele Obama.
In conclusion, Dr. Jeffery Life, MD, has remodeled his own sixty-year-old body to that of a mature athlete by following anabolic balancing, daily exercise, and superior nutrient consumption. He argues that the older individual can approximate the superior physiological dynamics of a younger athlete by following known and proven strategies such as Professor R's.These strategies result in a superior toned and tanned body with a six-pack, even if you are in your senior years.
Many thanks to Professor R. and Dr. Jeffery Life for their wise and definitive statements.
The FDA has not evaluated these claims. No claims are made to correct or cure a disease. Problems caused by aging are not considered to be diseases. Instead, they are natural processes encountered during aging.