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The compound activation enzyme can be the solution to chronic illness

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2022-06-28 20:29
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An enzyme is the organic compound in polymers which are produced through the activity of microorganisms in animals and plants. It is an organic catalyst that is made of protein and a supplementary agent. The protein portion is called the apo-enzyme, the supplementary agent made of vitamins and minerals is the co-enzyme, and the combined form with both sides is the holo-enzyme.
The protein portion is called
the apo-enzyme, the supplementary agent made of vitamins and minerals is the co-enzyme, and the combined form
with both sides is
the holo-enzyme.

The enzyme facilitates digestion and absorption of the nutrients that enter the body, generating energy, and participates in the discarding of worn tissue and creating new tissue. Enzymes originally exist inside of cells and work as a catalyst for all sorts of chemical reactions to sustain life, but even when they are removed from the cell, they do not lose that function.
The principle allows for the ability to extract enzymes from cells to create food products.

To briefly explain the catalyst function of the enzyme, let's consider AB, made up of A and B. Wa compound AB, made up of triggering a chemical reaction, new substances of A and BC anr born. When a series of reactions accumulates, at a certain point an inverse reaction will ocuur, causing the substances to divide into AB and C. When the two sides AB+C and A+BC reach a consistent ratio, it is a state of equilibrium.

A state of equilibrium arrives faster when the concentration, pressure, and temperature of AB and C are higher. However, in addition to concentration, pressure and temperature, another substance can speed up the reaction. This is the catalyst. The catalyst increases the speed of the reaction and the inverse reaction, while never changing the proportion of components from the state of equilibrium.

An amusing fact is that the working nature of any one enzyme is extremely limited. That nature will allow only one type of chemical union to occur, and the substance produced out of that nature is also fixed.
Therefore, in order to operate the many metabolic activities inherent in the body, one organism has a variety of enzymes. There are over 300 varieties of enzymes that are used for biological reactions only. But instead of retaining every single type of the countless variety of enzymes, the body stores a large portion in the form of “original enzymes," as reserve forces.

The main function of an enzyme is to maintain homeostasis. The goal of homeostasis is to consistently sustain a stable condition in the body. At the blood in the body normally strives to be alkalescent, when water fasting or dieting turns the blood acidic, enzymes race in to regulate metabolic activity to bring the blood back to an alkalescent state.

Also, enzymes function to eradicate alien elements that invade the body. This is part of the work to strengthen resistance against the invasion of pathogenic bacteria because pathogenic bacteria can upset homeostasis.

Subsequently, enzymes also participate in discharging the corpses of pathogenic bacteria that occur. This is a critical job of the enzymes to purify the blood. They break down and eliminate waste and the disease germs of infections in the blood, dissolve blood cholesterol, easing the flow of blood.

However, if barriers occur during the critical operation of purifying the blood, metabolic syndromes like diabetes, high blood pressure, or cancer arise. We cannot allow enzymes to be wasting energy in random places in order to enable an unhindered process of blood purification.

If all of the original enzymes are deployed to digest overconsumption or junk food consumption, blood pollution is unavoidable. We can consider "digestive enzymes < metabolic enzymes” to be a healthy condition, and "digestive enzymes > metabolic enzymes” to be an unhealthy condition.

Enzymes in the body must be supplemented to prevent an unhealthy condition. If we provide protein (apo-enzymes) and minerals and vitamins (co-enzymes) in the form of food, we can satisfy the deficit of enzymes in the body. The fermented compound activation enzyme is a substance that combines these two enzymes, in addition to alpha, beta and zeta omponents, and therefore, not only provides the enzymes that the body needs but also includes a large number of the components required in small quantities to activate the enzymes.

A general enzyme is like a technician fixing the house with one tool, while the fermented compound activation enzyme is a technician with a wide variety of tools.
A general enzyme is a simple technician with a screwdriver who can only repair the kitchen sink and a few kitchen appliances, but the compounud activation enzyme is a multi-skilled technician with a screw driver, hammer, monkey wrench, drill, reamer, pliers and saw, etc., who can repair the whole house.

The compound activation enzyme also includes small amounts of construction materials like rebar, bricks, cement, wood and silicon, and can intervene in the whole body's metabolic process and cell production and revival.

General enzymes are currently produced using a hot-air drying method, which exposes it to an excessively high temperature from the production phase, and therefore, not only is it not fit for the modern person's constitution which commonly experiences hypothermia, but the enzymes also have trouble performing its function.

To overcome this, our researchers developed a technology - a first in Korea - that can uniquely incubate in low temperatures, and as a result, was even able to increase enzyme activity. In essence, the fermented compound activation enzyme is produced with a low temperature, low pressure, multidimensional fermentation technology.

Multi-dimensional fermentation is repeated fermentation of various ingredients such as seaweed, grains and a type of herbal medicine. As seaweed grows, it absorbs many substances that are yet to be identified by science and are considered among the most nutritious foods on earth. But even with high levels of beneficial elements, if seaweed is eaten the absorption rate is only 30%, while fermentation of seaweed raise absorption rate to 80%.

The majority of enzymes are fermented with sugar as the base, but the fermented compound activation enzyme uses grains. It first combines seaweed and grains, and mixes grains with herbal medicine in repeated fermentation, then the resulting products are combined again, creating the fermented compound activation enzyme.

The good thing about grain is that, in addition to its sugar content, it also carries many beneficial components that are not in sugar.

The mystery component is produced during this process. The efficacy of the small quantities of minerals is known, but there are more than a few components which are unconfirmed by science.

Our researchers have also had success in fermenting mushroom varieties (sang-hwang mushrooms(mulberry mushrooms; Armillaria mellea (Vahl) P. Kumm.), lingzhi mushrooms, yunzhi mushrooms, shiitake mushrooms, etc.) and pollen.
These products are being exported to Japan and are receiving high praise from patients of atopy, prostate, and cancer.

Written in “Materia Medica” – a Chinese herbology volume written by Li Shizhen during the Ming dynasty – is that mushrooms are the grass of the gods, and that the body will become lighter and never age if habitually consumed.
Pollen is recorded as being helpful for anti-aging and a sexual enhancer, and, not to stop there, is especially effective in preventing stroke and treating alcoholism-induced hepatitis or long-standing enteritis.

Synergy occurs when these materials are fermented, increasing levels of their absorption, as well as the volume of beneficial components. In an effort to develop products with even more improvements than the aforementioned, I am collaborating on research with other Korean medicine doctors who share my vision.