Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between natural and synthesized peptides?
Please read here.

How long should one course of treatment last?
The length of one course depends on your needs.
If you are young and you do not have any health problems you can take 2 capsules daily for 10 days for disease prevention.
To prevent premature ageing of an organ after 40 years you should do one month course (60 caps) twice a year.
In case of some disease or pathology irrespective of age the duration has to be more than one month. It may require to prolong one course for 3 months. 
It is recommended to repeat these courses 2-3 times a year.
In case of a serious and prolonged illness, it is expedient to increase the dosage 2-5 times.

What is the best way to administer peptides?
The best way is to take them twice a day on an empty stomach about 30 minutes before meals. 

What peptides should I take?
In case of any particular diseases you should take peptides extracted from the organs/glands that are deficient in your body. It's always good to combine the treatment with the peptide complex from the blood vessels that improves your sore organ blood circulation.
If you know that you have а predisposition to some disease, you had better start taking appropriate peptides. To know your predisposition you may do a DNA test or analyze your family's health history.
According to Prof. Vladimir Khavinson, the president of European Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, the first class combination consists of Endoluten (Neuro-endocrine system), Vladonix (Immune system), Cerluten (Brain), Sigumir (Joints and Bones), Svetinorm (Liver) and Ventfort (Blood vessels) for one or two months twice a year. Endoluten and Vladonix are the two most important geroprotectors that are able to extend life by 30-40%.
If you don't know what and how many peptides to take in your case, you can briefly write your diagnosis to info@peptidesstore.com . We will consult with our specialists. Here are some general recommendations:

  • Digestive system: Svetinorm, Suprefort, Stamakort or Ovagen, Vesugen, Crystagen
  • Vascular system: Ventfort, Svetinorm, Vladonix or Vesugen, Crystagen
  • Cardiovascular system: Chelokhart, Ventfort, Svetinorm 
  • Central nervous system: Cerluten, Ventfort, Svetinorm or Pinealon, Vesugen, Ovagen
  • Immune system: Vladonix, Endoluten, Ventfort or Crystagen, Vesugen, Ovagen
  • Locomotor apparatus: Sigumir, Ventfort, Vladonix or Cartalax, Vesugen, Crystagen
  • Carbohydrate metabolism: Suprefort, Endoluten, Ventfort 
  • Respiratory system: Honluten, Crystagen, Vesugen
  • Lipoprotein metabolism: Svetinorm, Suprefort, Ventfort 
  • Thyroid gland: Thyreogen, Ventfort 
  • Vision: Visoluten, Cerluten, Ventfort 
  • Kidneys: Pielotax, Ventfort 
  • After radio and chemotherapy, psychoemotional stress and similar adverse factors: Vladonix, Svetinorm, Endoluten or Vesugen, Ovagen, Honluten

  • How many peptide complexes can I take at the same time?
    You can combine up to 5 peptide complexes at the same time.

    What are the side effects?
    15 million people have undergone the peptide treatment for 30 years and no side effects have been found. The fact is that peptides in animals and humans are identical and our body sees them as its own. Peptides only normalize the protein synthesis and they are not able to overstimulate it.

    Are there any contraindications?
    Individual intolerance to the components, pregnancy and breastfeeding.

    Can I take peptides with other drugs too?
    Yes, you can.

    How can I be sure that peptides have an actual effect on me?
    Sometimes it can be hard to notice changes subjectively, so an objective method can be helpful. Ask your doctor what tests could be done to assess your current health condition. Do them before and after taking appropriate peptides. These clinical studies may give you an idea of what might be checked.

    Why aren't there any similar peptide complexes from other companies?
    First of all, the process of extracting peptides is patented. Secondly, Russian scientists started working on this class of medical substances 40 years ago at the request of the military, therefore they had access to all necessary funds. There were a 30-year study on rats, a study on apes and clinical trials. Nowadays just a few researches can be funded so well to be conducted on the same large scale. That is the reason why Russians have now more advanced and extensive knowledge of peptides than any other country in the world.

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