Limitless Lung Bioregulator (Taxorest)



Amount Per Capsule

Taxorest® bioregulator complex A-19 (bovine lungs amino acid) – 10mg*

*Daily Value not established

Other ingredients:

Microcrystalline Cellulose, Gelatin and Calcium Stearate

The protein complex in this product is derived from organ meats sourced from EU-reared beef cattle.

Taxorest Lung Peptide Bioregulator

Taxorest A-19 lung peptide bioregulator is sourced from natural bronchial mucous peptides of young calves. It is formulated to potentially support lung health by reducing peptide deficiency and restoring protein synthesis within lung cells. Research has explored its potential in promoting respiratory function, particularly in conditions like chronic bronchitis and asthma.

Potential Research Applications of Taxorest®

Taxorest peptide complex A-19 is a natural lung peptide bioregulator that has shown promise in various research applications. Researchers may find the following areas particularly relevant for further investigation.

The respiratory system is essential for breathing, gas exchange, and protecting the body from harmful particles, playing a critical role in maintaining overall health. Diseases like asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) are common, with asthma affecting 8.2% of the U.S. population and COPD being the third-leading cause of death worldwide, significantly burdening patients and healthcare systems. Ongoing research into new treatments for asthma and bronchitis is crucial, as it aims to provide better therapeutic options and improve patient outcomes, addressing the limitations of current therapies.

Chronic Respiratory Diseases: Research suggests that Taxorest may help in managing chronic respiratory conditions such as chronic bronchitis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Its potential to restore bronchial function and reduce inflammation could be valuable in these areas.

Lung Infections: The peptide complex in Taxorest might be beneficial in treating lung infections. Studies indicate that peptides can have antimicrobial properties, which could help in reducing the severity and frequency of infections in the respiratory system.

Lung Fibrosis: Taxorest could be explored for its potential role in treating lung fibrosis. Peptides have been shown to influence cellular processes that may help in reducing fibrosis and improving lung function.

Asthma Management: The natural peptide bioregulator may offer new avenues for asthma treatment. Taxorest’s mechanism of action might involve regulating immune responses and reducing inflammation, potentially leading to better management of asthma symptoms and improved patient outcomes in clinical studies.

Age-Related Lung Decline: Research into Taxorest might reveal its effectiveness in slowing down age-related decline in lung function. Peptides are known to support cellular health, which could demonstrate potential in maintaining respiratory health in older adults.

Post-Infection Recovery: Taxorest could be studied for its role in aiding recovery after severe respiratory infections. Its potential to enhance protein synthesis and repair bronchial tissues might accelerate recovery and improve lung health post-infection.

Therapeutic Areas of Interest

  • Chronic bronchitis
  • Smokers cough
  • Bronchial asthma
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Respiratory system function maintenance with aging
  • Acute and chronic respiratory diseases of infectious and non-infectious origins

Studies of Interest

    1. Li S, Li Y, Liu Y, Wu Y, Wang Q, Jin L, Zhang D. Therapeutic Peptides for Treatment of Lung Diseases: Infection, Fibrosis, and Cancer. Int J Mol Sci. 2023 May 12;24(10):8642. doi: 10.3390/ijms24108642. PMID: 37239989; PMCID: PMC10218668.
    2. Kuzubova, N.A., Lebedeva, E.S., Dvorakovskaya, I.V. et al. Modulating Effect of Peptide Therapy on the Morphofunctional State of Bronchial Epithelium in Rats with Obstructive Lung Pathology. Bull Exp Biol Med 159, 685–688 (2015).
    3. Khavinson VKh, Linkova NS, Polyakova VO, Kheifets OV, Tarnovskaya SI, Kvetnoy IM. Peptides tissue-specifically stimulate cell differentiation during their aging. Bull Exp Biol Med. 2012 May;153(1):148-51. doi: 10.1007/s10517-012-1664-1. PMID: 22808515.

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