What Is An Organ Complex And Why Do You Need It

What Is An Organ Complex And Why Do You Need It

For over a hundred years, nutritional scientists have employed Organ Complexes in nutritional supplements. In today’s blog, with guest writer and my clinical partner in Gut Thrive, we explore the value and healing that Organ Complexes provide.

What Are Organ Complexes?

Also called RNA/DNA Tissue Factors, Life Factors, Desiccates, Ancestral, and Tissue Substance. Organ Complexes are foundational, tissue-specific nucleic acid chains. These tiny nucleic-acid sequences are the primal blueprint of cellular structure and function. 

Organ Complexes provide the specific, ready-made, naturally arranged protein chains (sequences) that directly support glands, organs, and tissues to renew their life processes. Nutrition product labels often read, for example, “Adrenal Organ Complex,“Spleen Organ Complex,” or “Thyroid Glandular Complex.

Organ Complexes are a normal, natural component of human nutrition. A person would automatically get Organ Complexes by eating glands and organs as our ancestors did. In fact, the human body has a fundamental nutritional requirement for Organ Complexes, but most modern diets no longer include such foods.

Universal Gene Sequences

Deep down in the core of cellular metabolic processes, the RNA sequences that transcribe functional information from the cell’s DNA sequences are very similar between species, even identical. This means that a cow’s adrenal codes and processes are similar to a human’s adrenal sequences and processes. In this example, the bovine and human adrenal glands perform the same functions – manufacture hormones and maintain mineral balance.

Why Are Organ Complexes Important?

Beyond providing vitamins, minerals, enzymes, coenzyme Q-10, amino acids, and other cellular nutrients for the body, Organ Complexes are food elements that support tissue integrity—the strength and functional capability of a cell. They are the first organic structures that arise with a determinant or intelligence, as opposed to ‘inorganic’ compounds that do not express life.

Organ Complexes are the alphabet of the cell’s intelligence

They remind the tissues how to construct and reconstruct their fundamental structures to function properly. Thus they are a key nutritional component vitally important to the body’s efforts to heal weakened, damaged, and aged tissues. Without these “assembled-by-Nature” nucleic acids, the tissue is unable to fully recover its optimal function.

Often the body’s symptoms are based on tissue weakness or an organ that is not functioning properly. This happens when the tissue has lost its cellular identity and it is not producing new cells of high integrity.

Think of a photocopy of a photocopy of a photocopy, and how the text can become blurry or broken with each generation. Organ Complexes help the cells reestablish a more vital and clear functional capability.

As cells divide and reproduce themselves, they give up their telomeres—the ends of their DNA strands that hold the sequence together. This is synonymous with aging. Coupled with free-radical damage to gene sequences, the body ages over time. Organ Complexes resupply the body with ready-made peptides and nucleic acids, optimal for cellular repair.

Where Do Organ Complexes Come From?

Organ Complexes in high quality nutritional supplements come from New Zealand and Argentinian grass-fed animals, mostly cows. An organ, such as a cow’s pancreas or thymus gland, is processed (pre-digested, freeze dried) into a crystalline white powder. Most Organ Complexes do not contain “meat.” They are the pure, RNA/DNA nucleic acid sequences. One exception would be “desiccated liver” where the whole liver is processed into a nutritional food.

A Missing Link In Cellular Nutrition

When a tissue is weak and unable to renew its innate integrity, supplements such as vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and other nutritional factors including herbal nutrition can fail to fully help the ailing tissue. This is because the organ or tissue is lacking its innate blueprint to guide the healing and rejuvenation efforts. It’s making copies from a less-crisp copy. Organ Complexes re-supply the “cellular identity” for the cells to better activate their normal, natural self-repair processes and innate function.

Historic Position

In the 20th Century, research started with Drs. George Crile, T.B. Robertson, and F.B. Turck, discoverers of how cells grow and repair themselves from their unique, “life-given” blueprints. Dr. Hans Nieper pioneered their rejuvenating aspects in his Swiss clinic. In the USA, nutritional pioneers Drs. Royal Lee and A.S. Wheelwright incorporated Organ Complexes into nutritional supplements, and thousands of nutritionally-oriented doctors attest to their superiority.

Of course, anything with rejuvenating support is met with scientific debate—some scientists claim benefits, and some posit doubts. Such doubts are often based, for example, that insulin in pancreatic tissue would be digested, not be absorbed as insulin—e.g., why insulin is administered by injection. Proponents counter that the role of pancreatic Organ Complexes is not to provide insulin but to help the body restore its pancreatic beta cells that produce normal, natural insulin according to healthy pancreatic function. Thus the diving line between doctors that treat symptoms VS doctors that advocate for cure.

In the USA, many progressive nutritional companies discovered that Organ Complexes provide improved results. A general consensus is the benefits center around the Law of Economy – that Organ Complex supplementation provides the body with tiny protein sequences that are indeed absorbed “ready-made” for specific tissue repair. With Organ Complexes, the body would not have to rely on weakened “photocopy processes” to affect cellular repair but could employ the vital, ready-made sequences quickly and effectively.

The 21st Century Nutrition Missing Link to Human Nutrition

In the past, human epigenetic processes were founded on hunter-gatherer nutritional standards which included consumption of organs, glands, tissues, and even bones. Supplements that include Organ Complexes provide the body with much-needed access to food factors being neglected in human nutrition today. Organ Complexes are often cited as nutritional blessings for the body’s health and longevity.

This is why we recommend Organ Synergy. We focus on healing “as the crow flies,” and RNA/DNA Tissue Factors are an essential part of more rapid, complete healing.


Organ Synergy is a unique combination of freeze-dried bovine organs sourced from 100% grass-fed and finished New Zealand cattle (free from bovine spongiform encephalopathy). This product is formulated with a targeted blend of five different bovine organs, including the liver, heart, pancreas, kidney, and spleen, which may help support nutrient status in the body. Each 6-capsule serving provides 1 g of bovine liver and 500 mg each of bovine heart, kidney, pancreas, and spleen (produced from 0.6 oz. raw organ weight) in a convenient capsule delivery. Organ Synergy is a good source of iron, providing 3 mg (15% DV) per serving, and it also contains 3 g of protein per serving.


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