Did you know…that anti-aging properties discovered in 1957 have been shown to re-grow hair and bring it back to its natural color…restore the skin’s youthful appearance…diminish almost all signs of aging…and increase longevity by as much as 29%?
In 1905, German scientist Alfred Einhorn attempted to develop a drug that mimicked the hallucinogenic properties of cocaine—without the addictive side effects. Einhorn combined water-soluble compounds para-aminobenzoic acid (PABA) and diethylaminoethanol (DEAE), both of which occur naturally in the body as by-products of normal metabolism.
The result was not a hallucinogenic as he had hoped, but an effective local anesthetic called procaine hydrochloride, trademarked Novocaine.
Anti-Aging Properties Discovered by Accident
As the use of procaine as a local anesthetic grew, so too did physicians’ reports of unexpected and inexplicable side effects. Patients’ arthritic symptoms lessened…irreversible conditions such as baldness and gray hair began to reverse…and skin texture and elasticity improved.
In 1957, Dr. Ana Aslan began investigating the regenerative side effects of procaine, when she noticed that it significantly improved mobility in arthritic joints. The results, however, were short-lived.
After 2 years of intensive research, Aslan discovered a formulation made up of stabilizing agents and antioxidants that would maximize and strengthen procaine’s anti-aging properties. His anti-aging treatment, coined Gerovital H3 (GH3), was used by the jet-setting elite in the 1960s: Stars such as Kirk Douglass, Charlie Chaplin, Marlene Dietrich. Even President John F. Kennedy took advantage of this anti-aging regimen.
Why GH3 Disappeared from the U.S. Market
Before GH3 could make its way into the medicine cabinets of American households, the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) intervened. In 1982, the FDA issued a ban against the importation of GH3. The reasons for this ban are unclear, but undoubtedly have something to do with protecting the profits of the large drug companies.
In 1980, the FDA’s William Hill reported, “We have no reason to feel it is harmful, per se, but when they start making claims for it, other than as anesthesia, those have not been substantiated. That’s the basis of our contention right now.”
Numerous Studies Prove GH3’s Regenerative Properties
The anti-aging properties claim that for GH3 are not mere speculations; they have been supported by numerous scientific studies. Aslan’s studies, conducted at the National Institute of Gerontology and Geriatrics in Romania, document a 29% average increase in longevity.
One animal study showed that rats given daily GH3 treatments grew thick, shiny fur, demonstrated a greater resistance to disease, and displayed enhanced memory and learning abilities.
A study made up of 173 human patients diagnosed with arteriosclerosis found that treatment with GH3 showed marked improvement in conditions such as heart ischemia, systemic arteriosclerosis, predominant cerebral arteriosclerosis, arteriosclerotic and Parkinson’s disease.
The efficacy of GH3 is in part due to its components, which break down into the body as PABA and DMAE (a form of DEAE). When used together, these compounds deliver powerful anti-aging properties and benefits because they are more easily absorbed than when used alone.
PABA is an antioxidant that helps combat free radicals and protects against oxidative damage to the cell structures and membranes. It helps stimulate the growth of blood cells, and keeps glands and intestines in optimal condition. Research indicates that PABA has a 10-25% success rate in reversing irreversible conditions, such as baldness and gray hair. DMAE has proven life-extending benefits—and research indicates it increases overall cognitive functioning.
These ingredients work together to form the potent anti-aging remedy, GH3, which slows down the aging process for those over 45 years of age.
How Does GH3 Work?
After the age of 45, our bodies start producing excess amounts of the enzyme monoamine oxidase (MAO). This triggers age-related conditions such as arthritis, arteriosclerosis, nephritis, depression, senility, etc. GH3 is an effective MAO inhibitor—because it does not destroy MAO—it merely stores these enzymes until they are needed, thereby balancing appropriate MAO levels in the body.
One study conducted by Aslan showed that the MAO quantities in rats treated with GH3 decreased by 85%. Another study directed by Dr. David Macfarlane confirmed Aslan’s results, indicating that GH3 is a more effective inhibitor than procaine by itself and other MAO inhibitors, such as iproniazid.
GH3 is currently administered as a tablet or injection in over 20 countries around the world. It can be purchased over-the-counter in England, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. Personal use of GH3 in America is not illegal. If interested in the anti-aging properties and benefits of this treatment, you must obtain a GH3 prescription from a doctor who practices nutritional medicine. The GH3 can then be formulated at a compounding pharmacy.