Extracting active molecules from tree roots without instantly destroying the tree is now possible. The Plant Milking Technology allows cultivating plants in aeroponic conditions, giving direct access to their roots without compromising their life, enabling several harvests a year on the same tree. The roots can also be stimulated to produce specific molecules in large quantities.
Applied to the mulberry tree, this process created Prenylium™. Highly concentrated in prenylated flavonoids (+2,000% than traditional Morus alba roots), molecules with strong anti-aging activities and higher affinity with cellular membranes than non-prenylated flavonoids, Prenylium modulates the expression of CCN-1, a protein controlling the balance between production and degradation of collagen. Plus, it stimulates expressions of genes encoding for collagen III and decorin, major components of the extracellular matrix. By protecting the matrisome, Prenylium roots the skin in youth, with clinically proven results: -16.6% deepest wrinkles in 8 weeks.
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