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Pharmacology

Kambo contains neuro- and bioactive peptides, which are small protein-like molecules used by the neurons to communicate with each other. These neuronal signaling molecules are involved in a wide variety of brain functions, including pain management, food intake, metabolism, sleep, social behavior, reproduction, learning, memory...

Adenoregulin : antimicrobial peptide that has shown effects against filamentous fungi, as well as a broad spectrum of pathogenic microorganisms. (Kills cancer cells)

Bombesin : Stimulates the release of gastrin and pancreatic enzymes and causes contraction of the gallbladder. It also regulates appetite, blood sugar, heart function and stomach acidity. (Liver, stomach and gallbladder cleanse)

Delorphine : A highest affinity hepta-peptide and the most selective naturally occurring opioid receptor known to have a generally high degree of penetration of the blood-brain barrier. (addiction treatment)

Dermorphine : Natural opioid that binds to mu-type opioid receptors that have potent depressant and analgesic effects. It is 30-40x more effective than morphine, but does not cause tolerance or addiction (pain relief)

Dermaseptin : Powerful antimicrobial agent that fights against bacteria, yeasts, protozoa, enveloped viruses and various filamentous fungi responsible for serious infections, such as AIDS and other immunosuppressants. (Boots up immune system)

Neurokinin : It is known to have multiple functions including temperature regulation and reproduction in females.

Phyllocaerulein : A polypeptide that has a strong effect on the smooth muscle of the gastrointestinal tract by stimulating motility, bile flow, pancreatic and gastric secretion. It also mediates analgesic effects in the central nervous system. (This is the peptide that encourages purification)

Phyllokinin : Phylomedusine and phyllokinin work synergistically to widen your blood vessels and relax your muscles, all while activating the feel-good chemicals of dopamine and serotonin.

Phyllolitorin : nona peptide similar to bombesin, stimulates cleansing and purification.

Phyllomedusine : Shown to stimulate and recalibrate the functions of dopamine, serotonin and other neurotransmitters.

Preprotachykinin : The effects these peptides have on the human brain open up treatments for depression, stroke, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.

Ranatachykinin : Activates receptors to have pain-reducing effects.

Sauvagine : Interacts with the pituitary-adrenal axis and corticotropin-releasing receptors to help relieve stress, anxiety, depression, and addictive behaviors.

Tachykinin : Known to have multiple functions by inducing muscle contraction, including uterine function, gut function, and hormone balance.

Tryptophylline : Its biological effects are related to the contraction of smooth muscles that affect the salivary glands, tear ducts, gut and dilation of blood vessels and help flush out deep toxins.

Urechistachykinin : Demonstrated antimicrobial effects at the cellular level, including breaking down the walls of candida albicans and inhibiting the growth of Staphylococcus aureus and E. coli.

 

 

 

 

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