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How hCG Works

How Vibrational HCG Works!

Lutein/HCG Receptors - LHCG receptors are found in the different parts of the human body, including the following areas: Ovaries, testicles, uterus, prostate, skin, breast, adrenal glands, thyroid, retina, neuro endocrine cells (hypothalamus and pituitary glands), the brain. 

Ovary In the ovary, the LHCG receptor is necessary for follicular maturation and ovulation, as well as luteal function (hormonal balance). 

Testis - In the male, the LHCG receptor has been identified on the leydig cells in the testicles that are critical for testosterone production, and support the creation of sperm.

Outside of the Reproductive Organs - LHCG receptors have been found in many types of extragonadal tissues, and the physiologic role of some has remained largely unexplored. Thus receptors have been found in the uterus, prostate, skin, breast, adrenal glands, thyroid, retina, neuro endocrine cells (hypothalamus and pituitary glands), the brain. All of their roles in the human body have not yet been determined.

A Little About Cellular Receptor - There are several types of receptors and their mechanism functions in different ways. The LHCG receptor is a metabotropic receptor. They couple with G proteins and affect the cell indirectly through enzymes which control ion channels within the cell membrane. Ion channels are portals that open or close to allow certain chemical chains to enter the cell which through enzymatic action form new chemical chains (hormones etc.).

Ion channels - are pore-forming proteins that help establish and control the small voltage gradient across the membrane of cells by allowing the flow of ions down their electro chemical gradient. These are present in the membranes that surround all biological cells. Because these channels underlie the nerve impulse and because "transmitter-activated" channels stimulate conduction across the synapses, channels are especially prominent components of the nervous system.  Basically, the receptors are like locks that are looking for the chemical keys that unlock the portal to start the process.