Transdermal patches

Transdermal patches

Transdermal patches are applied on any part of the skin–ideally wherever there is an absence of hair–,
supplying the body with medicine: NAD, minerals, and vitamins. The medicine from the patch is
immediately absorbed into the muscle tissue, eventually seeping into the bloodstream. Once the
medicine enters the bloodstream, it then infiltrates the cells, and then goes in and eventually repairs
damaged cells whilst carrying the NAD throughout the entire body. This process is called diffusion. In
this way, the delivery of NAD via the patch from the muscle tissue and then into the bloodstream is
very powerful, as it allows for very high absorption rates because it bypasses the entire digestive system
(GI tract).