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Lloyd's TLM


TLM is a combination of
Natcell Thymus, Natcell Liver and Natcell Mesenchyme.
TLM is taken daily, one vial per day.
Lloyd's Natcell TLM Thymus, Liver, Mesenchyme Combo

One weeks worth of TLM
equals 3 vials of Thymus, 2 Vials of Liver and 1 vial of Mesenchyme.
This is the best possible combination for the most reasonable price.

NatCell Thymus
Natcell® Thymus Frozen provides the highest concentration of thymic peptides and is recommended for individuals with special needs. Thymus - NF (non-frozen) provides broad-spectrum thymic peptides in a convenient dose and take home package for all individuals. Other products have only one thymic peptide and others contain heat-treated powders with undesirable insoluble material. Natcell® Thymus products are manufactured using state of the art extraction and ultrafiltration processes to preserve the integrity of the active thymic molecules and peptides. Our proprietary ultrafiltration technology is a chemical-solvent free process that eliminates the undesired material and provides a broad spectrum of thymic peptides and signaling molecules.

Potential application:
Helps in supplementing the system with stimulating factors extracted from Canadian bovine thymus tissues.

Potential mode of action:
The molecules selected through our manufacturing process support their natural endogenous counterparts once absorbed in the body thus contributing to the body's homeostasis. Natcell Thymus increases lymphocyte proliferation as shown by invitro studies.


NatCell Liver Extract Defining Live Cell Liver Peptide Growth Factors
From the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A., three investigating pathologists, Drs. N. Fausto, A.D. Laird, and E.M. Webber, advise: "During liver regeneration quiescent hepatocytes [liver cells] undergo one or two rounds of replication and then return to a nonproliferative state. Growth factors regulate this process by providing both stimulatory and inhibitory signals for cell proliferation.” (1)

The idea of intrinsic hepatic growth control factors produced by animal and human liver cells has been stated in published reports, which date back as Iong as forty-six years ago. (2,3,4,5,6) Much of this early research was conducted on rats and dogs, (7) but currently clinical investigations among both healthy human volunteers and really sick people have taken place.

Comprised of the tiniest of protein molecules which biochemists and physiologists call peptides, these growth factors are of an exceedingly low molecular weight (30,000 Da) which yield two or more amino acids on hydrolysis. The Dalton with a symbol of D or Da, also called an atomic mass unit is equivalent to 1.657 X 10 (24) gm. Peptide growth factors form by loss of water from the NH2and COOH molecular groups of adjacent amino acids and are additionally referred to in biochemistry as di-, tri-, tetra-, etc. peptides, depending on the number of amino acids in the molecule. Thus peptides make up the constituent parts of proteins. Examples of those several dozen peptides from the human liver and other organs which often give birth to growth factors are: hepatocyte growth factor (HGF), epidermal growth factor (EGF), transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-beta), and dozens more. (7,8,9,10)

According to which of the various scientific disciplines are being queried, different names exist for peptide growth factors. Historically, for instance, cell biologists have called members of their identified growth factor-type set of molecules "growth factors"; immunologists have named their growth factor-types "interleukins", "lymphokines", or "cytokines"; while hematologists have used the growth factor-type descriptive term "colony stimulating factors" (CSF). However, the present generally delineating nomenclature of "growth factors" has been and is now widely used throughout the world's scientific literature.

The growth factor term is now used consistently among almost every scientific and medical discipline because in almost every case it reflects the context of the original discovery or isolation of any peptide. Since essentially all of these many molecules are multifunctional, it's not easy to conceive of unique new names for them that would be entirely satisfactory; almost all of them are "panregulins", that is they react as universal regulators of the particular organ from which they derive. As you’ll learn below, for the animal and human body, actually, peptide growth factors are physiological symbols for the transfer of signals or a kind of language of biological regulation. (11,12)

Peptides often promote cell growth, but they also can inhibit it; moreover, they regulate many critical cellular functions, such as in the control of cell differentiation and other processes which have little to do with growth itself. All peptide growth factors actin sets. To understand their actions, one must always consider the biological context in which they act.

Peptide growth factors provide an essential means for a cell to communicate with its immediate environment. They ensure that there is proper local homeostatic balance between the numerous cells that comprise a tissue or organ. Since a cell must adjust its behavior to changes in its environment, the cell needs mechanisms to provide this adaptation. Therefore the tissue cells either singularly or collectively use sets of peptide growth factors as signaling molecules to communicate with each other and to alter their own behavior to respond appropriately to their biological context.

The most important peptide growth factors of the liver's hepatocytes have been identified as a collection of hormones called somatomedins. These liver hormones are peptides which produce major effects on the growth of bone and muscle. Also they influence the metabolism of ingested minerals, including calcium, phosphate, carbohydrate, and lipid. Somatomedins growth factors are indirectly stimulated to divide by the pituitary hormone somatotropin (also referred to as growth hormone by endocrinologists).

The peptide growth factors act by binding to functional receptors which transduce their signals, and the peptides themselves may be viewed as bifunctional molecules.

The following are two main responses or actions that peptide growth factors accomplish: They possess an afferent function in that there is the conveying of information to cellular receptors, providing them with information from outside the organism's cell, tissue, or organ. They have an efferent function in that there is the inception of any latent biochemical activity of the receptor.

Potential application:
Helps in supplementing the system with stimulating factors extracted from liver tissues.

Potential mode of action:
The molecules selected through our manufacturing process support their natural endogeneous counterparts once absorbed in the body thus contributing to the body's homeostasis.


MESENCHYME

A unique and unusual substance called Mesenchyme has arrived in the USA with little notice or fanfare; however, you will be hearing a lot about it in the years to come. Mesenchyme will revolutionize the way we handle health problems because of its astonishing and well-documented ability to repair and rejuvenate damaged cells and tissues. Mesenchyme is undifferentiated embryonic connective tissue, the true mother lode of cell growth and cell regeneration. Mesenchymal cells develop during the early embryonic stages of mammalian gestation and are the source material from which most of the body’s organs and tissues are made – everything from bones, muscles, and connective tissue to the central nervous system (Moore 1989). What is extraordinary about Mesenchyme is that when it is ingested it migrates to the area of greatest injury in the body. Once there, it aligns itself with the damaged cells and/or tissues, becomes identical to them, and then starts replicating.

Potential application:
Helps in supplementing the system with stimulating factors extracted from mesenchymal tissues.

Potential mode of action:

The molecules selected through our manufacturing process support their natural endogeneous counterparts once absorbed in the body thus contributing to the body's homeostasis.

Caution:
This product may not be suitable for 1) pregnant or nursing women; and 2) children under twelve years of age. Add $40.00 for shipping when frozen items are included.


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TLM Directions (PDF)

 

THYMUS EXTRACTS:

An International Literature Review of Clinical Studies (HTML version)

 

THYMUS EXTRACTS:

An International Literature Review of Clinical Studies (PDF version)

 

A Novel Approach to Thymus (PDF)

 

Thymus Clinical Trials (PDF)

 

Mesenchyme's Little known Facts (PDF)


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