Sublingual administration of GcMAF involves placing the GcMAF solution under the tongue and holding it there for a brief period. This method allows the GcMAF to be absorbed directly into the bloodstream through the thin membranes of the oral mucosa, bypassing the harsh acidic environment of the stomach.
The membranes under the tongue are rich in blood vessels and capillaries, which provide a direct route to the bloodstream. When GcMAF is held under the tongue, it quickly diffuses into these blood vessels, enabling its transport to the lymphatic system and other areas throughout the body.
Once in the bloodstream, the GcMAF can reach the lymphatic system, where it interacts with macrophages. These immune cells get activated, bolstering the immune system’s response to various health challenges, including pathogens, abnormal cells, and foreign substances.