Cytozyme-THY™ (Neonatal Thymus)

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Source of neonatal bovine thymus. May be useful with viral or bacterial infections, immune insufficiency, decreased gamma globulin, sensitivity to milk products, croup, inflammation, thyroid hyperfunction, healing, lymph edema, decreased secretory IgA and myasthenia gravis. With decreased secretory IgA (reduced gut immunity) use with IAG, Biodoph-7 Plus and Immuno-gG.

1-6 tablets daily, preferably on an empty stomach with Neonatal Multi and other glandulars, but can be taken with meals. For immune system support, 3 tabs daily on an empty stomach with Neonatal Multi and other glandulars. Increase to 6 tablets, 4 times a day during the acute phase of any infection and with Hepatitis A, B or C.

Since the early 1980's Biotics Research has been at the forefront of glandular production, reflecting its commitment to research and innovation. Glandulars from Biotics Research are prepared strictly from BSE-free countries, and collected under USDA inspection.

These glandulars incorporate tissues from newborn calves, harvested specifically for Biotics Research, to ensure quality and to provide a reproducible source of bovine tissues. Tissues from newborn animals possess high anabolic activity, and have had minimal exposure to environmental stressors. Atrophy, fatty infiltration, tissue degradation, and the accumulation of oxidative waste products (lipofuscin) are not observed in tissues from newborn calves. The glandulars are prepared via treatment with mild solvents, and low temperatures; conditions known to preserve enzyme, protein and polypeptide factors.


Neonatal Thymus Concentrate (bovine), Superoxide Dismutase (from vegetable culture†), Catalase (from vegetable culture†). 

†Specially grown, biologically active vegetable culture containing naturally associated phytochemicals including polyphenolic compounds with SOD and catalase, dehydrated at low temperature to preserve associated enzyme factors. 

Cellulose, stearic acid (vegetable source), magnesium stearate (vegetable source), food glaze and silica.