Homeostasis is a self-regulating process by which biological systems maintain stability while adjusting to changing external conditions.
This concept explains how an organism can maintain more or less constant internal conditions that allow it to adapt and to survive in the face of a changing and often hostile external environment.
If one does not understand this self-regulatory process, then it is not possible to comprehend fully the function of the body in health and disease. The disruption of homeostatic mechanisms is what leads to disease, and effective therapy must be directed toward re-establishing these homeostatic conditions, i.e. the "set point".
NeoHack's topical formulation, unlike current pain and itch creams, naturally attacks "non-homeostasis" and associated inflammation -- the true source of chronic pain, itch and other maladies -- and helps the body return to its healthy "set point". Review our Research page under the menu tab "More" for supportive studies.
Patent-pending combinations of natural and nature-identical ingredients have proven to be much more effective at reducing inflammation and pain than each ingredient when taken on its own.
NeoHack's patent-pending formulations work through the blood stream and act more quickly, synergistically and effectively than typical creams and gels.
Modulating the CB2 receptor could be a game changer for memory loss in Alzheimer's as well as calming a wide variety of chronic inflammatory conditions.
TRPA1 is an essential transduction ion channel expressed in sensory neurons of the dorsal root ganglia and is involved in acute and inflammatory pain.
TRPV1 is an ion channel recognized for its sensing of pain. It has been pursued in the past as a target for pain relief with uncertain results due to unpleasant side effects.
TRPM8 acts as the human cold sensor and is important to neurovascular pathways. Unfortunately, TRPM8 declines as the body ages and can trigger a variety of chronic, painful conditions.
It is through the antioxidant pathway that NeoHack's formulations increase a tripeptide that plays a critical role in defending the brain against aging and neurodegeneration.
Active ingredient "spilanthol" is derived from the spilanthese flower, also called the "toothache" plant due to its anti-inflammatory and pain killing properties.
Active ingredient caryophyillene is best derived from the sap of the copaiba tree. It has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties linked to its affect on critical CB2 receptors.
Pellitorine is a natural product found in black pepper plants among others. It has long been associated with reversing inflammation, treating diseases of the central nervous system, and has been identified by the NIH as a potential anti-cancer compound.
Menthol, derived from the common peppermint plant, is widely known for relieving pain and calming respiratory conditions, but also helps heal wounds and reverses inflammation.
Dexpanthenol is a precursor or alcohol derivative of Vitamin B5. Consumers often see it in topical healing ointments and creams, but it also contains valuable anti-inflammatory properties. Perhaps more importantly, it acts to boost a key tripeptide -- glutathiome -- that helps protect the brain against damage caused by aging and neurodegeneration.
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