How to use
In conjunction with BioStaminal vials: Apply 4 ml of lotion (the contents of 2 droppers) every evening when not applying a BioStaminal vial. Follow-up treatment: To be used after finishing the cycle of BioStaminal vials, with application and massage twice a week of 6 ml (the contents of 3 droppers) all over the scalp. The lotion must not be rinsed off; any reddening is the result of vasodilation after massage. Do not allow to drip on the face.
On the cell membrane of the epidermis there are proteins called “receptors” able to bind to themselves specific molecules present in the extracellular environment. These receptors act as a door giving access to the cells. When the receptors come into contact with stem cells, they bind the latter to themselves, forming the so-called “binders” and giving rise to kinase, namely the ability to take the signal received from outside into the cell. In this way, the receptors allow the cell to respond to the signal from outside, without doing so through the membrane. Input to intracellular growth is therefore transmitted, stimulating rapid acceleration of biophysical activity (phosphorylation) which enables cell division and proliferation.
The English Oak
Plants are organisms with incredible plasticity. They adapt quite normally to changes in the environment, light and temperature. They exist under the sun in tropical temperatures and at temperatures of many degrees below zero, they are subjected to cutting and pruning. Despite all this, they rebuild their leaves, flowers and branches without problem. The English Oak (Quercus Robur) is a widespread tree in England, well-known for its particularly sturdy, resistant wood. This plant manages to reform a whole organism from single cell groups, the so-called apical meristematic cells, found at the tip of the root or the buds where cell division occurs that will enable formation of the adult parts of the plant organs. These are often in a sleeping state (during the winter for example), but all it takes is a waking event to give life to the mechanism that controls formation of new cells.