Hepapressin

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Hepapressin is an amino acid complex prepared from Argentinian bovine liver. It is used to normalize immune dysfunction. Kutapressin, previously manufactured by Schwarz Pharma, is a similar substance which was previously used in these conditions. Hepapressin does not contain preservatives and should be refrigerated. Hepapressin is used in ME/ CFS Chronic fatigue syndrome and Fibromyalgia. It is considered to act on the methylation cycle which may have a defect in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome ME/CFS. ME/CFS

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