Activated glycoprotein immunotherapy sublingual spray (smallest 10ml option)
This spray contains 20,000ng of our special activated glycoprotein formula suspended in a neutral saline solution. It is designed to be sprayed under the tongue and absorbed into the cappilaries and distributed throughout the broader blood/circulatory system. This helps activate monocytes in the blood, which also turn back into macrophages once reabsorbed back int other parts of the body. For this reason it is often used for blood-borne issues, infections/toxicity, respiratory problems, neurological conditions and other non-topical issues. With 286ng Gc per spray, this is quite a high level approach suitable for everything from general immune boosting to more advanced issues. For skin, lymphatic and topical conditions you may wish to use our transdermal creams instead, or a combination of both.
Total glycoprotein formula per bottle: 20,000ng
Sprays per bottle: 70 (lasts for 35 days used twice a day)
Glycoprotein formula per individual spray: 286ng
1 bottle lasts for 35 to 70 days (used once or twice a day)
Each bottle contains approximately 70 sprays. This means if you use it once a day for less aggressive issues or general immune boosting purposes, it will last for 70 days. If you use it twice a day, which is recommended for more serious and aggressive issues, it will last for 35 days. This represents very good value whether you are using it daily for general health or for treatment of an aggressive issue. If you are not sure where to start with our products, this spray is a very good option.
We do have a larger 25ml spray which is exactly the same potency, but will last for 87 – 170 days. This is much better value than this 10ml option and ideal if are committing to this approach for the minimum 2-3 month period we recommend.
For general immune boosting, prevention and minor issues: 1 spray per day in the evening
For more advanced and serious issues: 2 sprays per day, morning and evening
Spray once under the back of the tongue 15 minutes before or after eating/drinking. The goal is for the liquid to be absorbed through the thin layer of tongue tissue into the cappilaries and not digested. Clearing the mouth of saliva and holding the liquid for up to 30 seconds can assist this process.