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FAQ: Dosage & Ingredients

DISCLAIMER: We do not offer medical advice. Statements in this website have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Results will vary depending on the facts and circumstances of each person. Food supplements like Laminine and other LifePharm products are not allowed by law to make therapeutic claims because it is not classified as a drug or medicine. Such is when labels need to carry the phrase “No Approved Therapeutic Claims.” Therapeutic claims can only be made for drug products according to FDA regulations. The suggested dosage is a recommendation from the LifePharm Medical Advisory, you may consult your Doctor. LifePharm and Laminine products are food supplements and can be taken without a prescription.

What is the recommended dosage for Laminine?

For those taking it for the first time, Doctor recommends 1 capsule 30 minutes before breakfast and 2 capsules at bedtime for at least 30 days. You may continue this dosage to promote homeostasis or take Laminine 1 to 2 capsules per day as daily vitamins. If you have health problems, the minimum dosage would be 3 capsules and above.

Can I take Laminine with my medication?

Laminine is food grade and does not have any drug interaction to date. However, you may take Laminine at least 2 hours before or after any medication. Avoid product if you are allergic to egg.

When is the best time to take Laminine?

Generally, vitamins (multi-vitamins) are best taken in the morning or with your first meal. Vitamins are a synthetic substance that is best absorbed with food. Although Laminine has certain vitamins, it is not synthetic and can be taken on an empty stomach. You can take it first thing in the morning. Taking Laminine is like eating your breakfast in a capsule. The nutrients in a single capsule can give you the focus and energy you need for about 7 hours.

Do I need a prescription in order to take Laminine?

No, you don’t need a doctor’s prescription. Laminine is an all-natural nutritional supplement containing only the finest nutritional ingredients, there is no need to obtain a prescription. However, if you are allergic to eggs, you may take 1 capsule every other day for a week. You may stop taking Laminine if allergic symptoms persist. You will only need a prescription if you’re ordering from another country.

Can children take Laminine?

Food supplements, in general, can be taken by anyone at any age. There are children as young as 1 year old who takes Laminine as a food supplement. Their symptoms showed significant improvement in their general well being. If your child has special needs or is on a particular regimen, please consult your pediatrician before giving Laminine.

Are there serious side effects when taking Laminine?

Laminine is an all-natural nutritional supplement containing only the finest nutritional ingredients. It can be taken without worry. You may experience a more relaxed mind causing you to sleep earlier if you sleep late than usual. Your body is telling you to rest so it can do its work. For people with severe conditions, you may experience indicative pain or warmer temperature. Your blood is rapidly circulating and PESE “working” its way to your joints and organs. In some cases, you may experience detoxification in several mild forms. These side effects can be felt for a short period of 3 to a week. If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.

Is it safe to overdose Laminine?

Technically, there are no overdosing in Laminine because it is a food supplement. If you take more than 4 capsules per day, it may be considered overdosing. Overdose is necessary if your body needs a lot of repairing (such as those with cancer or late stage kidney, diabetes or heart failures). If you feel uncomfortable on overdose, you can always lower and increase after dosage according to your pace.

Is Laminine safe for pregnant or lactating women?

Food supplements, in general, should be safe for everyone. It is best to consult your gynecologist if you plan to take Laminine. Technically, the amino acids contained in Laminine will boost your health and homeostasis.

Can I take Laminine together with other medications or vitamins?

There are no interactions of Laminine with other medications or vitamins to date. Laminine supports and works well with other food supplements. It is suggested to take Laminine 2 hours before or after taking your drug medication or other supplements. Consult your doctor if symptoms persist.

Can I take Laminine in an empty stomach

Yes, taking Laminine is like taking food. In fact taking it on an empty stomach will help the ingredients be absorbed better and faster, than if taken with a meal. Take plenty of water when taking Laminine.

Is it safe to take as much as 10 capsules per day?

A lot of Laminine users who suffers from debilitating diseases such as Stage 4 cancer, diabetes or kidney failure took as much as 9 to 15 capsules of Laminine per day. Most did the “high dosage” from 1 to 3 months. The results of these users showed dramatic improvements in their condition. Some have referred to Laminine as truly a “miracle of life”. To date, these users have lowered their dosage to 1 to 2 capsules per day, taken as maintenance.

FAQ on Ingredients

How is Laminine made?

Laminine is basically an egg extract in powdered form or called Fertilized Avian Egg Extract. Since early 2012, LifePharm Global Network has sourced its Fertilized Avian Egg Extract from organic, cage-free, hormone-free chicken farms in the United States, which is then developed with the process of Hygienic Evaporative Cooling. Hygienic Evaporative Cooling keeps the peptide chains that are so important in Laminine intact when converting the Fertilized Avian Egg Extract from a liquid to a powdered form.

Is the ingredient available in other form or brands?

Laminine ingredient was made using high technology exclusive to LifePharm Global Network. It is not readily available anywhere else in the world besides the United States. Previously, LPGN sourced its Fertilized Avian Egg Extract from Norway, but the change occurred in order to ensure the quality, traceability, and supply of our materials. The laws governing avian products are especially stringent in the U.S.A., and LifePharm Global Network prides itself on operating under FDA and cGMP guidelines. The formula in Laminine has never changed and we have no intentions of ever changing the formula.

What is PESE?

Protoembryonic Stage Extract (PESE) and OPT9 are the same things as YTE (Young Tissue Extract). Other than the YTE/OPT9 (fertilized eggs extract) the other two ingredients are Plant Protein (from the yellow pea plant) and Marine Protein from Shark Cartilage.

How is the PESE potency assured?

The PESE used in Laminine is derived from eggs, which come from free-range hens. There is no confinement or other stressful environmental factors, which affect the natural path to the essential life giving ingredients.

How can Laminine combat ageing?

As the baby-boomer generation ages, it faces the typical challenges of decreased energy and lower sex drive. Many people may become depressed as they face retirement and search for a new purpose in life, or deal with chronic disease or deteriorating mental faculties. How wonderful to think that an all natural supplement may help these people overcome all of these challenges. While Laminine might not reverse the aging clock, it can do much to make us feel young again, improving energy, stamina, and our zest for living. It can fulfill baby boomers’ desires to enhance stamina, energy as well as overall fitness levels and sexual health.

FAQ on other effects, dangers or side effects

Are There Any Side Effects Or Health Risks?

Laminine contains only 100% pure pharmaceutical and food grade ingredients and is regularly tested to ensure the safety and quality. Components of this products are Egg protein from a 9-day old fertilized avian egg, fish protein, and plant protein. All of which is a functional food. This product is manufactured in the USA under stringent GMP guidelines that have been set by the FDA.

To date, there are no known side effects of the product, except when you are allergic to eggs.

Are there any Contraindications or Safety Issues?

Although Laminine does not require any prescription, it is always suggested to consult your doctor with the list of ingredients if you are under any other medication, treatment or medical condition (such as pregnancy, heart problem) you may have a concern about.

Does it contain Cholesterol?

Health-conscious consumers have avoided eggs due to their cholesterol content, even though they are undeniably one of nature’s most highly nutritious foods. YTE contains virtually no cholesterol. During the pre-embryonic development, 90% of the cholesterol is consumed within the egg itself, so that YTE is virtually cholesterol-free.

Related to Lecithin: Years ago, pioneering nutritionist Adelle Davis recognized the error in the assumption that eating cholesterol rich foods causes a buildup of cholesterol in the arteries and leads to heart disease. She taught that a “cousin of the fat family,” lecithin, plays a vital role in controlling blood cholesterol levels. Lecithin, found in the human body (and concentrated in the brain), is a fat emulsifier that breaks down cholesterol, preventing its buildup in the body. Lecithin is also found in eggs. While they may provide cholesterol, they also provide the lecithin needed to break cholesterol down.

The Amazing Egg The egg contains all the necessary elements for the development, nourishment, and protection of the life form that will ultimately spring forth from it. It is a natural, unprocessed food that contains all known vitamins (except vitamin C), as well as important trace minerals. The egg has long been the “gold standard” as a protein food because of its outstanding amino acid profile. It is considered a “complete” protein because it contains all eight essential amino acids (protein constituents that the body can’t make on its own) in generous quantities. Eggs are especially rich in the sulfur-containing amino acid L-cysteine, which is essential for healthy skin and hair.

Are farm raised eggs different from range eggs?

Chickens raised in factory farms where there is over-crowding, inadequate nutrition, no fresh air or sunshine, and inadequate space to roam and interact with other chickens, produce eggs of inferior quality.

Fertilized eggs, however, laid by unconfined, well-nourished hens that have mated with roosters in a natural environment as those in Norway are eggs proven to have a higher concentration of beneficial ingredients.

What about Salmonella?

Not all eggs are created or are they Equal and the same. Chickens raised in factory farms where there is overcrowding, inadequate nutrition, no fresh air or the sunshine, and inadequate space to roam and interact with other chickens produce eggs of inferior quality. Fertilized eggs, however—those laid by unconfined, well-nourished hens that have mated with roosters in a natural environment are high-quality eggs. Laminine egg extract comes from Norway and it is considered as one of the few areas in the world that is devoid of any presence of salmonella.

Is there any significant cholesterol in the PESE?

No. The egg consumes all the cholesterol during the Protoembryonic and early stages. The PESE is derived from egg whites, not yolks. Health-conscious consumers have avoided eggs due to their cholesterol content, even though they are undeniably one of the nature’s most highly nutritious foods. YTE contains virtually no cholesterol. During pre-embryonic development, 90 percent is consumed within the egg itself, so that YTE is virtually cholesterol-free.

Is Laminine a stem cell therapy?

No, Laminine is not a stem cell therapy but has stem cell like features. This simply means that the core ingredient of Laminine OPT9 which contains PESE or Photo-Embryonic Stage Extract which in turn has FibroBlast Growth Factor or FGF, that contains oligopeptides, encourages cellular growth and repair similar to how stem cell works and operates.

Laminine is new, are their clinical studies to prove it’s efficacy?

Laminine as a product was introduced a few years ago. However, its main ingredient YTE or young tissue extract had its beginnings in 1929. The discovery of Dr. Davidson was debated and shelved for decades. However, there were doctors who believed in his theory. The research on extracting PESE from an avian egg was continued in the 1980s by Norwegian scientists. By the mid-2000, it was further taken to the next level of scientific research and clinical trials. LifePharm was in constant search for the “best” food supplement and took notice of this research, thus Laminine food supplement was born. There are clinical studies conducted to support the claims of Laminine.

→ Click here for Laminine Clinical Studies

Can Laminine ingredients be wasted through digestion or digestive enzymes?

Laminine’s key ingredient FGF contains oligopeptides or often called as peptide. It contains two to twenty amino acids and amino acids are the building blocks of protein. Oligopeptides (with small molecular weights) were identified and these short chains of amino acids are able to cross the digestive barrier without breaking down or changing the ratios and proportions. This simply means that the nutrients found in Laminine is absorbed by the body and not wasted through the digestive process.

Why is Laminine not sold in drugstores?

Laminine food supplement is not a drug or medication, to begin with. LifePharm Global, the company who owns Laminine adopted the business model of MLM or Multi Level Marketing. Instead of capitalizing on traditional advertising and promotion, MLM has shown to be the best and most effective way of selling a product and being “truthful” about it. The best way to market a product like Laminine is by personal testimony. Also, this marketing tool can help Laminine users to further enrich their lives in both physical and financial aspect.

→ Frequently asked questions on Laminine Dosage & Ingredients
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