History of Laminine
In the late 1920s, Canadian Dr John R. Davidson discovered an extract derived from the tissue in fertilized hen eggs at a precise point during the incubation period. It wasn’t until almost 50 years later that the pursuit of fertilized egg extract was revived by Norway’s foremost expert on egg research, Dr Bjodne Eskeland.
Dr Eskeland hypothesized that partially incubated, fertilized hen eggs contained a unique combination of amino acids, peptides, and protein fractions that could help provide an incredible array of health benefits upon consumption. It was found that on the ninth day of fertilization these partially incubated, fertilized eggs theoretically contain all the nutrients required to start a new life.
This includes vitamins, minerals and proteins, as well as important defence factors, growth factors and hormones. It is during this very precise moment on the ninth day that this highly potent tissue is extracted.