This is the ninth part of our series where we take a look at all the 22 ingredients in Paul Penders’ patent pending LevensESSENTIE Gold® herbal extract which is a part of all Paul Penders products.
The herb is perhaps best known as a flavoring and stability agent in beer (adds a bitter and tangy flavor). Hops are also used for various purposes in other beverages and in herbal medicine.
… your body has about 60 trillion cells in it? Every moment of every day, thousands of different chemical reactions are happening inside each cell.
To make each one of those reactions happen, your body makes a specific enzyme just for that particular purpose and no other.
When the reaction is over, still other enzymes break down the specific enzyme and recycle it.
To make all those enzymes and keep your body running smoothly, you need plenty of vitamins, minerals and trace minerals.
So, from the beginning we are all given this perfect system, and as long as we keep maintaining it with the right nutrition, exercise etc. our body just works.
Why would anyone try to sabotage this perfectly working system?
Actually, many of us happily do it every day by choosing a personal health care product containing chemicals and artificial ingredients; stuff our body has absolutely no need for.
In other words: do yourself and your body a favor and choose a natural personal health care product next time you go shopping.
Just think of the 60 trillion cells you have to maintain…
In business it is important to protect your brand. The name “Paul Penders” is registered in no less than 40 countries. Our LevensESSENTIE Gold™, made from 22 certified organic herbs, is also a registered trademark and is currently patent pending.
As a company grows internationally, selling to more and more parts of the world, the need and necessity to protect the brand arises – not only for us as a manufacturer, but also for our distributors around the world who invest money and efforts in the brand. Anyone involved in selling the Paul Penders brand must be legally protected to avoid abuse of the brand.
There are brand names (trademarks), and there are domain names (used to protect the brand over the internet). To deal with the latter, we have just completed a rather new way to protect the brand. We have invested in a worldwide protection of the “Paul Penders” domain name on the Internet.
We decided to do this after we were involved in a few cases where someone registered the Paul Penders domain name in their own name. It ended up costing us a substantial amount of money, since we had to buy it from them.
Fortunately, those days are over now.
Patent Application on LevensESSENTIE Gold™