Anti aging guide

Anti-Aging with Regeneresen (RN13) for older people

 

 

What is Regeneresen (RN13) and how can it help regeneration of organs?

RN13 is an anti-aging ‘designer drug’. It contains RNA (ribonucleic acid), which is responsible for manufacturing proteins using a blueprint from its cousin, DNA. Some people believe that RNA can help regenerate aging organs. It has been studied in several research projects.

The material is collected from cattle tissue or cattle fetuses. Organs such as the heart, lungs and muscle contain their own type of RNA, so, it is claimed, when additional RNA is injected into the body it should help stimulate regeneration of those particular organs. If a patient has liver failure, for example, the treatment would make use of liver RNA.

In one small trial using RN13 on older people, it was found to improve osteoporosis, brain function, the ability to walk and energy levels.

RN13 contains 13 different types of RNA from the liver, brain, ovaries, testes, kidney, heart and others. It is mainly given by injection, but also exists in capsule form.

Posted by Carol Hudgens - April 16, 2012 at 7:27 am