The ability to recover after a setback

Because ASTYMIN was intelligently formulated to mimic a specific proportion of Essential Amino Acids in the muscles, administration of ASTYMIN during convalescence provides the required stimulus for the synthesis of muscle proteins. ASTYMIN also contains essential vitamins and minerals, thus providing the required nutrition for the recovering (convalescing) patient. By providing extra amino acids and calories for protein synthesis, ASTYMIN aids in promoting muscle protein synthesis.

The Healing Process

Amino Acid

Building Blocks Of Life


Supports our immune system


Astymin plays a crucial role in the body’s sleep and recovery processes.


What is the desire of a convalescent? To recover and be back on their feet. Critical anabolic reactions take place in the body during the healing period. The repair and regeneration of tissues depend on the necessary amino acids to succeed. Essential amino acids, which can’t be produced by your body and must be obtained from food, are key amino acids in the healing process. Take branched-chain amino acids (leucine, isoleucine, and valine), which are examples of essential amino acids that help to repair muscles and speed up the recovery rate of convalescence. Threonine is also an important fuel for many cells in the immune system.

Astymin, rich in essential amino acids and vitamins in the correct proportion is what you need to experience quick recovery. It provides the necessary stimulation during convalescence for the synthesis of muscle proteins.


The body, including its normal functioning, is composed and driven by
amino acids which are the building blocks of proteins. In ill health,
there is a substantial loss in body proteins and amino acid stores in
the body. Hence, in order to support recovery, there is a need to
replenish the lost body proteins and amino acid stores. Astymin is a
uniquely formulated blend of essential amino acids and vitamins that
help the body repair and recover in times of stress, ill health,
convalescence, and growth.


Have you ever wondered what happens to your body when you sleep? Well, it turns out that sleep is a fascinating and essential part of our lives.

It is recommended that adults get at least 6 to 8 hours of sleep each night, while teenagers and children need more. It helps us think more clearly, improves our mood, and boosts our immune system.

So, the next time you’re tempted to stay up late or sacrifice sleep for other activities, remember that you’ll be cutting into the amount of sleep your body needs to recharge. Work is important but by all means, find time to rest.

The Healing Process

Healing is an amazing process that occurs naturally in the body, aiding cellular repair and maintaining overall health.
However, when we cut ourselves, break a bone, or get sick, this process goes into overdrive to repair damaged tissue and fight off infection.

The body needs a sufficient supply of essential amino acids and vitamins to support these processes, and this is where Astymin comes in. With its carefully selected blend of essential amino acids and vitamins, Astymin helps to ensure that the body has all the building blocks it needs to support optimal healing.

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