Bioono EPI-PL Super Peptide - 90 Veg Capsules

Bioono EPI-PL Super Peptide - 90 Veg Capsules

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Bioono EPI-PL Super Peptide - 90 Veg Capsules

Peptide Bioregulator for the Lungs and Bronchial Mucosa*

Biologic control may not only be exerted at the level of growth factor syntheses in human embryo syntheses and receptor expression but by the sequestration and storage of growth factors by extracellular matrix molecules. Release of growth factors from these stores may be by local proteolytic action.

There is substantial documentation concerning the role of individual peptide growth factors on particular cell types. Growth factors are widely expressed throughout the human body and usually have overlapping biological actions.

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Bronchial asthma

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Conditions after pneumonia

Pulmonary tuberculosis in remission

Chronic respiratory failure

Chest injury

Burns of the upper respiratory tract

Intensive sports

Elderly - to maintain the normal function of the respiratory system

Additionally EPI-PL Contributes to the normalization of the functions of the respiratory system, the nervous balance of the respiratory system, detoxification and the removal of toxic products from the lungs, including the toxic smoker syndrome. Regulator of the state of lung tissue cells and normalization of the activity of the pharynx and respiratory tract.

Repairs lung tissues damaged due to smoking or after a viral or bacterial load (including covid)

Helps to improve oxygen absorption

Natural antioxidant

Lung tissue regenerator and bioregulator of post-infection reactions

Why is the respiratory system important?

The respiratory system performs many important functions. These include:

  • Providing the body with oxygen via inhalation and excreting carbon dioxide through exhalation.
  • Contributes to the balance of acids and bases in the body
  • Regulates body temperature
  • Allows for sense of smell and ability to talk

Respiratory system structure

Respiratory Diseases

In diseases of the lungs and bronchial tree, a person develops ventilation disorders that lead to damage to the endothelium of the bronchi - the cells lining the inner surface of the bronchus. Ultimately, this leads to a significant decrease in the incoming air and respiratory failure. In diseases, the structure of the cells of the broncho-pulmonary system is damaged, and the relationships between the cells are disrupted.

Chronic lung disease, such as, for example, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), is an umbrella term for diseases that restrict the air supply to the lungs.

Risk factors for developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease:

  • Smoking, including passive
  • Atmospheric and indoor air pollution
  • Occupational hazards, work with cadmium, silicon
  • Hereditary predisposition.

In America, COPD alone affects more than 15 million people and has a yearly death rate of 150 000 Americans! To put that into perspective, that is one death every four minutes.

Importance of Proteins

One of the factors contributing to the damage of any cell, including those of the lungs and bronchial mucosa which eventually cause diseases such as COPD, is a decrease in the saturation of the cell with a protein that enters all cellular structures. With a protein deficiency, the cell loses its shape, its functions are impaired. This leads to further pathological changes in the entire system and organs.

Proteins are macronutrients that every cell and tissues are made from. Proteins are made from amino acids. Amino acids are connected together with peptide links —СО—NH—

Proteins are also required for hepatocytes to recover and to protect them from damage. Proteins control the processes of intercellular interaction and determine the ability of the cells to heal and regenerate. All tissues contain certain types of proteins. This was established thanks to the discovery made in 1999 by Günter Blobel, who received the Nobel Prize for his scientific work. The scientist found that the protein molecule is self-regulating.


The regulations of proteins and the way they will combine, act and work together is controlled by the peptides.

Peptides are molecules that are built from amino acids, that act as protein links and regulating messengers controlling and directing most of the functions of cells, tissues and organs.

The lack of peptides (with age or pathology) accelerates tissue wear, aging processes and leads to the development of diseases.

How does EPI-PL work?

EPI-PL is made up of natural components derived from plants which have been specially arranged together to create a complex of multiple active ingredients including the microregulators, proteins and nucleoproteins with a selective effect on the cells of the respiratory tract.This complex has the ability to help regulate metabolic processes in the lungs while preventing the development of bronchospasm, and also restores damaged areas of the epithelium of the bronchial tree and helps normalize the function of the respiratory tract.


Complex of polypeptides and nucleic acids with Super Peptides target organ cell.

Targeted organ cell

Targeted organ cell

Due to the mechanism of transcytosis, the incoming protein in unchanged form is in the cell - the target. In this case, the target is the cells in the respiratory tract. Once in the respiratory system, the peptide complex start to organize amino acids into the peptides and proteins required for cellular repair and regeneration and saturates the cells with an optimal protein "diet", allowing them to recover faster and normalize the performance of their functions - protecting the body from external damage and releasing the necessary metabolic substances.


According to the results of clinical trials, it was found that when using EPI-PL in 68% of patients with chronic obstructive bronchitis, general well-being improved, the frequency of coughing and choking attacks decreased, and the amount of sputum decreased. Studies of the function of external respiration testified to the compensation of the pathological process in the lungs.

Positive results have also been obtained with the use of EPI-PL in athletes. It was established that the use of EPI-PL in the process of preparing athletes for competitions made it possible to increase the respiratory reserve, which led to an increase in physical performance by 15–20% compared to the initial one.

Respitin super peptides

What to Combine With

Liver Repair Organic Wildcrafted Tincture
Liver Repair Organic Wildcrafted Tincture
Liver Repair Organic Wildcrafted Tincture

Dosage and Administration:

Children under 14: Take 1 capsule twice a day 30 minutes before meals.
Adults: Take 1 capsule 3 times daily 30 minutes before meals.
Minimal Course duration: 3 months

Impaired Liver function is very sensitive to toxic load. So it is very important to help it by introducing the detoxifying range of products:

Dosage and Administration:

  • Children under 14: Take 1 capsule twice a day 30 minutes before meals.
  • Adults: Take 1 capsule 3 times daily 30 minutes before meals.
  • Minimal Course duration: 3 months

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1
Servings Per Container: 90 Capsules
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Proprietary Blend 500 mg
Plantain lanceolate
Creeping tenacious
Mullein large-flowered
Oyster mushroom
Lung tissue peptides
† Daily Value Not Established

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.