THE Body Protection Compound (BPC) patch is ideal for men over the age of 40. All you need to know about the changes in the body that men need to attend to is explained in this article.For people with Crohn’s disease, IBS and other intestinal pathologies, BPC157 could literally be a life-saver. For everyone else a potentially health-promoting health-insurance, which acts on signalling pathways that have been implicated in heart and vascular health and seems to play a role in the etiology of vascular dementia, Alzheimer’s. BPC-157 has also generated significant attention within the athletic community because of its ability to battle muscular or tendon injuries.The most common way to supplement with BPC-157(Body Protection Compound -Pentadecapeptide BPC157) has been via injection, pills or liquid. Globalderm has formulated a TransDermal Patch that you can simply stick to dry skin. BPC has been shown to:• Promote the regeneration of the cells of the intestinal wall (intestinal health);• Promote and accelerate muscle, tendon and bone healing (sports and other tissue and bone injuries);• Accelerate wound healing, assist in healing ulcers and fistulas, prevent and reverse lesions of intestinal tract and liver;• From A as in “astaxanthin” to Z as in “zinc”.It seems, there’s a supplement for everything. Everything but active tissue repair. Yes, a healthy diet, anti-inflammatory vitamins and related compounds may help you recover from everything, ranging from the inevitable daily wear and tear of our stressful lives to a debilitating injury, but no legally available supplement has actively promoted wound, bone and overall tissue healing — until now.We have a 30-day supply available for purchase in our online store. Globalderm is a proud South African manufacturer of TransDermal Patches. Based in Pietermaritzburg, we deliver our products worldwide. For more information or to order visit our online store www.globalderm.co.za or contact us via WhatsApp on 083 383 2720. Call us on 033 811 3044 or visit us at Shop 1, 487 Langalibalele Street, Pietermaritzburg. — Supplied.