Thymosin Alpha-1 is a recently-developed medical breakthrough drug that is especially important to know about during this global networking and global pandemic age. Read on to find out more about Thymosin Alpha-1 and its immune system-boosting benefits.

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In this article:

  1. What Is Thymosin Alpha-1?
  2. What Are T-Cells?
  3. How Do I Take Thymosin Alpha-1?
  4. Who Should Take Thymosin Alpha-1?
  5. Does Thymosin Alpha-1 Have Side Effects?
 

What Is Thymosin Alpha-1?

Thymosin Alpha-1 (TA1) is one of the 40 peptides that can be extracted from thymosin fraction 5, a gland found in the neck of cows.

TA1 is distilled into a clear liquid that is sold in bottles. When administered, the compound helps strengthen the immune system and alert the body to threats. It provides benefits such as:

  • Kills bacteria
  • Kills fungi
  • Makes vaccinations more effective
  • Slows growth of tumors
  • Optimizes immune cell performance
  • Discards useless unhealthy cells
  • Stops cancerous growth
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Decreases fatigue
 

What Are T-Cells?

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The most significant immune-boosting effect of TA1 is its strengthening of T-cells. The body contains two types of T-cells, hunters, and helpers, and TA1 strengthens both of them.

The hunter T-cells are like the bounty hunters of the body. A different set of cells is responsible for tracking and identifying dangers like cancerous or diseased cells and reporting them to the hunter T-cells. The hunters are then responsible for finding and destroying the compromised cells.

Helper T-cells are not as hands-on. They work with other types of immune system cells to organize and execute other immune responses.

 

How Do I Take Thymosin Alpha-1?

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The fastest-acting and most effective way to take Thymosin Alpha-1 is via self-injection. Injection is subcutaneous, meaning that you can pinch your skin at a spot where you have a good amount of fat (your belly, for example) and insert the needle just below the skin at that point. The injection frequency should be based on a doctor’s recommendation, although it will usually be somewhere from three times a week to once a day.

Recently, a weaker version of TA1 has become available as a nasal spray. The spray is obviously more convenient for most people, but you have to take more of it to be effective. For that reason, it is more expensive and takes more time to apply. Again, a doctor should prescribe application frequency.

 

Who Should Take Thymosin Alpha-1?

Taking Thymosin Alpha-1 is a good idea no matter who you are because a more robust immune system is vital in protecting you from common ailments like the common cold or the flu.

It’s especially important to have a robust immune system right now because of the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the world. Those taking TA1 are much less likely to become infected even when exposed to the virus. In fact, several recent studies have shown that TA1 is one of the best ways to guard your body against COVID.

People who are already sick benefit from TA1, too. When you’re not feeling well, your immune system is generally busy fighting whatever infection is going through you. Because of that fact, your body is left vulnerable to new threats that may want to come in. With the extra “sentry” t-cells that TA1 provides, your body can remain on guard at all times.

That being said, TA1 is especially necessary for people who have an immune disorder or other major cellular maladies such as:

  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • HIV
  • Some types of cancer
  • Tumors
  • Severe sepsis

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Does Thymosin Alpha-1 Have Side Effects?

No. Since TA1 is an entirely natural extraction, it has absolutely no side effects or adverse reactions with other medications.

If you take it as an injection, you obviously need to be careful and use an adequately sterilized needle to avoid an adverse reaction. Even if you do, you may experience itchiness or increased sensitivity around the injection site.

TA1 is FDA approved.

Thymosin Alpha-1 is one of those miraculous serums that are not yet nearly as popular as it should be. Become an early adopter and be one of the lucky ones to enjoy the incredible benefits during 2020!

Contact us today to learn more about how TA1 can help you, no matter what your health state!

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