OXYTOCIN (Oxt, Love Hormone) is the hormone of the mammalian hypothalamus. It is produced by supraoptic and paraventricular hypothalamic nuclei with the help of nerve bodies, axons, is stored in the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland. Primarily, oxytocin acts as a neuromodulator in the brain. Oxytocin plays an important role in the neuroanatomy of intimacy, especially in sexual reproduction in both sexes. It is released in large quantities after dilatation of the uterus and cervix during labor (facilitating childbirth) and after stimulation of the nipples, lactation. Childbearing and milk ejection are the result of a positive feedback mechanism. Recent research has begun to study the role of oxytocin in orgasm, including the pair bonding, anxiety and maternal behavior. For this reason, oxytocin is sometimes called the "love hormone". According to some sources, Oxytocin can cause ethnocentric behavior, that is, it causes a trusting and favorable attitude towards other people within the group and a suspicious and distrustful attitude towards representatives of another group. The genetic difference between the oxytocin receptor genes of different representatives is associated with inappropriate forms of social behavior, for example, aggressive behavior. Oxytocin is on the WHO Model List of Essential Medicines.
- Can be used intranasally, orally under the tongue, intramuscularly or intravenously.
- Promotes the Production of Endorphins (The Hormone of Happiness).
- Regulates the Production of Testosterone.
- Inhibits the Synthesis of Cortisol (The Hormone Produced as a Result of Stress).
- The Ability to Relax the Smooth Muscles is Irreplaceable for Women During Childbirth and Breastfeeding.
- Provides a Peaceful Sleep.
- Decreases Drug, Alcohol and Other Addictions.
- Affects Memory, Helping To Capture the Happy Moments of Life.
- Increases Libido.
- Strengthens Emotional Attachment.
- Accelerates the Regeneration of Muscle Tissue.
- Strengthens Social Emotions.
- Improves the Emotional State and Social Behavior of People with Autism.
- Stimulates the Formation of Heart Muscle and Bone Cells.
- Reduces the Risk of Breast Cancer.
- Affects the Functions of the Thyroid Gland.
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The hormone oxytocin is of great importance in the development of the relationship between a man and a woman, in the development of maternal bond, in the process of human adaptation in the society. All these signs of the oxytocin action give reason to call this biologically active substance a "hormone of tenderness", "love hormone" or "hormone of attachment and fidelity". In women, oxytocin is secreted in large quantities, in men its level is much lower. The biologically active substance is produced by the hypothalamus, transported to the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland. Here, the substance is accumulated and released into the bloodstream. In its chemical nature, it is a protein of 9 amino acids. Biologically, the substance belongs to the neuropeptides, is not only responsible for humoral regulation (transmission of information via fluids – blood, lymph), but it also facilitates impulse transmission between neurons. Oxytocin in men is produced in less quantities, but it is not less important for the body. In addition to increasing libido, careful attitude towards the beloved woman and children, the oxytocin functions in men are associated with ensuring conception. During sexual intercourse, the hormone level increases, it supports an erection and is responsible for the psycho-emotional component during the sexual contact. Oxytocin is artificially injected by athletes. It contributes to rapid muscle recovery, wound healing. Such injections rejuvenate the body and improve mood.
PACKAGING & DOSAGE
Intranasally, orally under the tongue, intramuscularly or intravenously.
As a "love hormone" and for ease of use: intranasally 0.5ml per nostril once per day or 1 ml orally once per day. Use a pipette to extract the liquid from the ampul and deliver nasally or orally. For more effective delivery into the bloodstream intramuscularly or intravenously - 1 ml per day.
Nausea, vomiting, allergic reactions. Stop taking Oxytocin immediately if you start to experince any side effects.
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Storage at no higher than 25C degrees. Keep away from direct sunlight. Keep locked and away from children.
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