There are many uses for placenta extracts. From liver support, to menopause, and other health and cosmetic benefits.
Laennec is a high molecular weight, injectable form of placental extract, and is sold in 50 ampoule x 2ml boxes. Laennec is the world's most respected form of injectable placental extract, for potency and purity.
The same benefits as placental injection in a lower potency, and without the need for injections.
Placenta capsules have a 3-year expiration from the date of manufacture. The don't go bad, but they slowly lose potency over time after the expiration date. The can be refrigerated to maintain their potency indefinitely.
Placental cosmetics, injections and supplements have a positive effect the skin's health and appearance, including increased elasticity, smoothing of coloration, reduced wrinkles and other positive effects.
Placental extract products improve cellular function, and therefore improvement in organ and system function. From physical performance, to sleep and well-being, to skin health and appearance, placental extracts have a myriad of positive benefits.
Placental capsules may be stored at room temperature, in a cool, dry place. Refrigeration is not necessary unless kept after the expiration date.
Placental capsules are meant to be taken on an ongoing, daily basis, 2 to 6 capsules per day.
Placental capsules are a healthy source of 18 amino acids and can be taken by every member of the family.
Most placentas are disposed of after childbirth. In the case of JBP placental extract, the placenta of healthy mothers are collected, tested rigorously for any infections and imperfections and if they pass JBP's strict quality control guidelines, are refined into placental extract. Visit http://jbpglobal.placenta.co.jp/product/laennec/ for more information on testing and screening of placental material
There are no harmful effects from the use of placental cosmetics on the skin. In rare instances, some immune sensitive people may have an allergic reaction to the products, and should discontinue their use.
In some rare instance, 0.37% (3.7 out of 1000), may have a slight rash at the site of use and should consult their physician.