Substances and Effects of GIC
The main substances include: Vitamin E, linoleic acid, linolic acid,
oleic acid, phytosterin, flavone, necessary amino acid, regenerative
nutrients and mineral matters.
Biological mucus compound and effects
The oil medium of the capsule will mix with gastrointestinal mucus once
entering into the stomach and forms an effective protective layer on
the surface of gastrointestinal mucosa.
This protective layer can last for 4 to 6 hours based on empty stomach
and it dissolves neither in acid-base nor alcohol, and it will not be
destroyed by the stomach acid or pepsin, which can effectively enhance
the protective functions of mucus on the surface of gastrointestinal
The upper left picture is the electronic scanning micrograph of the
gastrointestinal mucosa surface. Every stone-like bulge is a mucosal
epithelial cell and is covered by mucus. The observable networks
adhered to the surface is the mucus nets on the surface of epithelial
The upper right picture is the schematic diagram of the structure of
intestinal mucosal villi. The mucosa is formed by the villi (serrate
bulges) and every villus can absorb the nutrients independently.
component (GIC gastrointestinal component)
The life control substance is the life control compound with
Phytostenol as the bas ematerial. The material acts without any
dangerous and ill effect. GIC can activate the stem cells in
gastrointestinal mucosa tissue in situ, initiate the self repair
procedure. GIC can form the new tissues in situ, replace the affected
tissues and maintain the mucosa tissue integrity.
Meanwhile, GIC can provide necessary nutritions to maintain the
proliferation state so that the damaged gastrointestinal mucosa can be
regeneratively repaired in situ.
Micro wax crystal and its
Various components of GIC react to intestinal juice after going through
the stomach to the intestine and form the micro wax crystals with the
mean size of 30x0.7 um. These micro wax crystals are in the shape of
flower or fiber, which can adhere to the space among villi so that the
villi can be opened wider and the absorption area of the
gastrointestinal mucosa is enlarged. Meanwhile, the food giblets are
cleaned with the movement of the villi after they are wrapped by these