BAM15 Fat Dissolving Hormone: Production Procedures
As one of the most significant anti-aging clinical innovations of recent years, BAM15 has taken the healthcare industry by storm. It’s also captured the attention of many in Hollywood, where aging celebrities are always looking to maintain their looks as long as possible.
But what exactly is BAM15? And how does it work? This article provides six production procedures that explain how this revolutionary anti-aging formula works to make you look younger than ever before!
The BAM15 fat-dissolving hormone is a new and innovative product that has been growing in popularity in recent years. The primary ingredient, 15-deoxy-Δ12,14 prostaglandin J2 (PGJ2), induces the release of adipose tissue.
This process is also known as lipolysis. Lipolysis breaks down triglycerides, which are converted into free fatty acids and glycerol.
These three components work together to break down the stored body fat that has accumulated in the body.
The secondary component of this formula, γ-linolenic acid (GLA), increases metabolism and decreases hunger cravings, making it easier for consumers to maintain a healthy diet while following their weight loss plan.
The active ingredient in BAM15 is a 25% solution of potassium hydroxide in water. Potassium hydroxide is also known as caustic potash and can be purchased online from a chemical supplier. To make the solution, dissolve 8 ounces of caustic potash in a quart of distilled water. Stir until the crystals are dissolved and allow to cool before using.
The mixture should be applied by pouring it over the area to be treated which has been painted with a tincture of benzoin to act as an adhesive agent between the skin and the solution. The concentration should not exceed 10%, and if too much acid is used, it can cause ulcerations at the site where it was applied due to its erosive effect on tissue.
The B.A.M. 15 fat-dissolving hormone is a liquid that is made up of the following ingredients (listed in order of appearance):
- Sterile Water
- Sodium Bicarbonate
- Potassium Chloride
- Acetyl L Carnitine HCL
- Ascorbic Acid USP 25%
The B.A.M. 15 fat-dissolving Hormone is an injectable that can be administered in the physician’s office, or at home with a doctor’s prescription.
The product is injected into the target area of localized fat, and after a few minutes, the treated area will be numb and ready for liposuction. It should not be used for more than six treatments in one region or four consecutive treatments in any given week. The B.A.M.
The B.A.M. 15 fat-dissolving hormone is a completely noninvasive treatment that uses the body’s natural chemistry to dissolve fat cells and tighten skin. The procedure is done in two visits, with a minimum of three weeks between treatments for maximum effectiveness.
The BAM15 Fat Dissolving Hormone is a mix of two active ingredients, L-Carnitine and Citric Acid. L-Carnitine is found in the liver, kidneys, and other tissues in the body. Citric Acid is used as a preservative to prevent bacteria from growing on food products. This powerful combination dissolves fats by breaking down triglycerides into two molecules that are absorbed by the body’s cells for energy.
Above are six of the most common BAM15 fat-dissolving hormone production procedures that we use at our laboratory in the United States, including the advantages and disadvantages of each one.
While all of these methods are effective, there are situations where one may be preferable over another due to financial or other constraints. There are many factors that go into choosing which method you’ll want to use, so consider your own unique situation before making your decision on which process will be best suited to your needs and preferences.
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