[INQ. NO. 2110C30] D.PL.EDITION (D.P.N.) is made by freeze drying placenta extracted from New Zealand deers to prevent loss of nutrients, as well as using hydrolysis to increase the absorption rate in the human body to the maximum. The deer placenta (stem cells) has a homing effect to find and treat the troubled area by itself. It is rich in ingredients such as growth factors, immune-boosting nutrients, amino acids, and various vitamins. It helps to prevent aging, improve immunity, relieve inflammation, prevent adult diseases, and improve skin health.
Liquid stem cell D.PL.EDITION uses 100% pure deer placenta hydrolyzed to make it 100% water-soluble to maximize absorption, with added emodin (herbal extract from cultured Reishi mushroom mycelium).
An increase in cancer cell death has been verified through concurrent administration of targeted anticancer drugs, showing a significant reduction in tumor growth by over 70%, a decrease of target molecule protein in tumor tissue, a reduction of cachexia-inducing PTHLH in the blood through various researches, as well as a suppression of COVID-19 by emodin, which has been registered as a thesis in ScienceDirect, Antiviral Research.
Capsule stem cell D.P.N offers increased absorption by using pure deer placenta (bioactive therapy). The placenta from New Zealand deer helps improve the overall growth and development of children, strengthen kidneys, prevent colds, help strengthen weak constitutions, and improve brain function.
It also contains green-lipped mussel extract from New Zealand to strengthen joints, provide anti-inflammatory effects, promote immune regulation, and prevent asthma and cardiovascular diseases. In addition, 13 other ingredients are added including octacosanol, zinc oxide, vitamin E, tomato lycopene, grape seed oil, aloe vera extract, borage oil, evening primrose oil, squalene, milk thistle, fucoidan, soybean lecithin, and beeswax.
D&BISNET, established in 2019, manufactures various products by emodin processing, a technology patented by Korea’s Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs and the Jung-Ang Microbe Research Institute.
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