Placenta Extract

The Best Placenta Extract Program at Revival Clinic Bangkok

Placenta Extract Therapy for Anti-aging

The placenta is a material produced only at the time of birth in mammals, through which the mother’s body provides nutrition and oxygen to the fetus. During pregnancy, they play an important role in the transfer of gases, nutrients, removal of waste products, which is vital for the life sustenance of the fetus. It functions as a temporary endocrine gland, which secretes both peptide and steroid hormones to maintain pregnancy, parturition, lactation and fetal development. Also, the placenta serves as a natural storage centre of many biologically active components ranging from enzymes, amino acids, peptides, polydeoxyribonucleotide (PDRN), vitamins, trace elements, growth factors with significant immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory and wound healing activities

At Revival Clinic we offer “Placenta Therapy Anti-aging Treatment”. It is an anti-aging treatment based on the regenerative properties of placenta cells specifically on the skin, hairs liver, kidney, immune system nervous system and reproductive system. The treatment is purely biological (no chemicals or harmful medicines) and is based on established Japanese Anti-aging protocol.

Historical aspects of placental therapy

Historically, the placenta was recognized as a traditional folk medicine in China and other parts of the world with its vast nutrients and biological active components.  In China, Li Shizen’s “Compendium of Materia Media” in the sixteenth century documented dried human placenta, also known as “Zi He Che” to increase energy and vitality and for the treatment of impotence, infertility, liver and kidney problems. In Argentina, the Araucanian Indians used dried umbilical cord grinded into powder form for the treatment of the sick child.  Furthermore, the Kol tribe in Central India consume placenta to promote reproductive function. Numerous historical occurrences of placentophagy were practiced in many parts of the world; yet there were no documentations and researches on the therapeutic efficacy of the placental extract until research was conducted in 1930s in the Soviet Union.

In the 1930s, Filatov V.P, an ophthalmologist from Soviet Union reported the accelerated regeneration of tissues and the suppression of disease when placental extracts rich in biogenic stimulators were administered into a diseased organism. Injections of placenta were able to activate whole body function and also promote the recovery of diseases. In was followed by administration of human placental extracts in Japan in the 1950s. Thereafter, placental extracts were used in aesthetics and therapeutics anti-aging  strategies in countries such as India, Japan, Korea, Thailand and the United States of America

Nutrient content and properties of placenta

The placenta connects the mother and fetus and serves as a transportation vehicle to deliver nutrients principally glucose, amino acids, fatty acids, vitamins and minerals for the growth and development of the fetus. Reports indicated that human placental extracts contain collagen, elastin, laminin, vitamins, trace elements, nucleic acids, amino acids, peptides, cytokines and growth factors.

Abundant elements included in the placenta

Amino acidEssence of life. Has various physiological functions
ProteinNutrient that builds a person’s body.
CarbohydrateBecomes an energy source and maintains the structure of cells.
VitaminAdjusts physiological functions and makes metabolism smooth.
Nucleic acidRestoration of genes, adjustment of metabolism.
Biologally active peptideCentral element placenta, demonstrating a medicinal effect.
Lipid and fatty acidOne of the important materials used to make cells.
MucopolysaccharideElement to connect between, cells, works to suppress inflammation.
MineralVarious roles, such as the adjustment of blood and biological fluids, etc.
EnzymeAssists with a chemical reaction in vivo.

Placentas that contain abundant nutritional contents such as these in the mother’s womb, support the variety of physiological functions necessary for the baby’s growth.

Pharmacological Action Of Placenta

Many researchers have found that the placenta possesses a variety of medicinal effects. When you consider the many nutritional properties and growth factors of the placenta, the “all-purpose organ” seems quite an appropriate description.

-The autonomous nervous system control
-Endocrine hormone control
-Liver functional enhancement and detox
-Improvement of basal metabolism
-Activation of the immunity system
-Improving physical constitution
-Anemia improvement
-Recovery of tiredness
-Blood circulation and hematogenesis effect
-Anti-oxidant action
-Wound treatment

Placenta Extract for Aesthetic Reasons

  • Blemishes disappear with placenta 
  • Wrinkles are reduced with placenta
  • Placenta gives a natural lift to sagging skin (non-surgical facelift)
  • Placenta stimulates hair regeneration and stops hair loss

Abundant growth factor in Placenta

Classification of
growth factors
Functions
Cytokines
Interleukin-1
(IL-1)
Promotes the regulation of immune system the production of T, B and NK cells
Interleukin-2
(IL-2)
Promotes and regulates the activity and growth of T cells, central regulator or mediator of immune response
Interleukin-4 
(IL-4)
Eradicate extracellular pathogens and regulate antibody production, involved in the differentiation from Th0 into Th1 and Th2 cells 
Growth factors
Granulocyte-colony stimulating factor (G-CSF)Regulates cell cycle activation, survival of the myeloid lineage, mediates the proliferation, differentiation and survival of neutrophil progenitors 
Granulocyte-macrophage colony stimulating factor (GM-CSF)Proliferation of macrophage progenitors, promotes the maturation of dendritic cells 
Epidermal
growth factor (EGF)
Stimulates cell migration and proliferation for wound and skin repair 
Fibroblast
growth factor (FGF)
Promotes the growth of fibroblast cells,  induce endothelial cell migration for tissue regeneration and wound healing 
Hepatocyte growth
factor (HGF)
Stimulates the production of liver cells and also renal tubular epithelial cell, acts as a mitogen for human keratinocytes and melanocytes. 
Insulin-like growth
factor (IGF)
Regulates feto-placental growth throughout gestation, promotes the growth of muscle cells and cells proliferation 
Platelet-derived
growth factor
(PDGF)
Promotes cell differentiation, proliferation, migration and survival in different organs, promotes tissue repair and wound healing process 
Transforming
growth factor (TGF)
Promotes proliferation and differentiation of epithelial cells and tissue remodelling 
Vascular endothelial growth factor
(VEGF)
Regulation of angiogenesis, vascular development, hematopoietic development, neuroprotection 

Pre-Treatment for Placenta Extract P

  • Avoid anti-inflammatory/blood thinning medications, if possible for a period of 2 weeks before treatment. 
  • Medications and supplements such as aspirin, vitamin E, ginkgo biloba, ginseng, St. John’s Wort, Omega 3/Fish Oil supplements, Ibuprofen, and other NSAIDS have a blood thinning effect and can increase the risk of bruising and swelling after injections.

After care for Placenta Extract treatment

  • On the day of treatment avoid heavy exercise, exercise can resume the day after treatment.
  • Keep the injection area clean and dry.
  • Do not swim or hot tub for 36 hours after injection to prevent heat related reaction or infection.
  • Rest the area treated. For the first 1-3 days after treatment walking and gentle range of motion is encouraged.

Research about Placenta extract

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