Brain And Central Nervous System Healing With Pinealon

Brain And Central Nervous System Healing With Pinealon

The Pinealon synthetic peptide has become a popular choice to improving central nervous function. Its extensive research on its ability to improve memory and offset the effects of aging has the anti-aging community excited. It may be useful in treating cognitive disorders like Alzheimer’s disease.

Pinealon is a synthetic peptide just 2 amino acids in length, but it packs a punch. We'll go in more detail in just a second, but first lets cover the evolution of peptides.


The evolution of peptide therapeutics

The peptide revolution is becoming mainstream. Research shows that peptides can help peripheral nervous system diseases. Clinical trials have shown that peptides are able to slow metabolic aging and improve the function of brain cells.

We are seeing peptide therapy explode with both STEM cell treatment as well as cell repair vitamins. Who doesn't want their biological age indicators to drop, right?

Therapeutic peptides shown they may have applications for mental health, autoimmune diseases, chronic fatigue, and demyelinating disease.

Peptide Amino Acids Help Repair Cells

Our cells lose the ability to divide and function in an optimal state. Our cells lose the ability to rebuild DNA and protect cells against telomeres. This causes our cells to be more susceptible to brain disorders and other physiological conditions. Heavy metals and free radicals also accelerate damage to cells.

Much of the world has just accepted autonomic dysfunction and chronic fatigue as part of the "aging" process. But as we understand more about the body's ability to repair itself people are able to make these problems a thing of the past.


How Peptide Hormone Receptors Work

Synthetic peptides (non natural amino acids) and bovine peptides (peptides derived from young cows) work by activating the repair mechanisms in the body. When the peptide receptors are activated, it helps initiate protein synthesis.

Each organ and body function has specific peptide amino acids. Pinealon is made for the brain, but there are 55 other peptides for functions like the thyroid gland, central nervous system, and blood pressure to name a few.

Peptides don't follow the typical dosing regimen that other medications or supplements follow as well.

Peptide Synthesis

Because the peptide hormones restore function to the body, you do not need to take them all the time like most supplements. Typically one course approximately every 6 months for each peptide complex. This is important to not develop drug dependence like so many other dietary supplements and medications.

Pinealon for Traumatic Brain Injury And Impaired Function

Clinical studies have established the effectiveness of Pinealon® in the treatment of impaired brain function, including after traumatic brain injury, stroke, and surgical interventions.

Pinealon improves intellectual functions such as: memory, attention span, and other cognitive behaviors. Pinealon also helps people when the body is exposed to extreme psycho-emotional factors.


We have seen peptides become more mainstream in clinical practice.

Pinealon has developed a reputation for improving mental health and many physiological functions of the brain. The improvement of brain activity in multiple studies has created a buzz in the anti-aging world. Further research for growth of brain cells and treatment of other brain disorders is ongoing.

Healthy patients also get a benefit from using Pinealon as it improves professional performance and learning ability.

We are in the golden age of anti-aging and therapeutic peptides. Molecular biology continues to go to the next level. We are likely to see more applications as we learn more about peptide hormones and peptide compounds. Such an approach is great to help people age well.

Other positive affects are lack of drug dependence and need to take daily dietary supplements. It will be exciting to see where this goes as new peptides are discovered.


Pinealon Research and Aging

Effect of Synthetic Peptides on aging
Structure and recognition of peptide hormones