Gerovital: is antiaging possible With GH3?
promise of prolonged youth and the testimonials of thousands of
patients have carried word of a seemingly miraculous treatment far
beyond the borders of the People's Republic of Rumania. Rumania
is the nation of origin of Ana Aslan, M.D., director of the National
Institute of Gerontology and Geriatrics. Under her supervision,
a staff of 1,000 in over 200 Rumanian clinics give treatment to
reverse aging (anti-aging) using the drug she has developed called
Gerovital H3 (GH3).
Pilgrimages for antiaging therapy by notables including French
President Charles De Gaulle, U.S. President John F. Kennedy,
West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, Chinese Chairman Mao
Tse Tung and Vietnamese Chairman Ho Chi Minh, were taken to
acquire injections of this youth drug. Actresses Marlene Dietrich,
Lillian Gish, the Gabor sisters, and actors Charlie Chaplin
and Kirk Douglas and artist Salvador Dali have made the journey.
They traveled to the Otopeni Clinic just outside the ancient
city of Bucharest, where Dr. Aslan does her research with GH3.
Once discovered by these celebrities, Gerovital itself has become
famous and is now used in over twenty countries around the world
for its antiaging properties. It is available over the counter
without prescription in England, Germany, Italy and Switzerland.
However, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration does not approve
of its distribution in any of the other fifty states, and the
American Medical Association concurs with this ruling. [GH3
can be legally imported in the USA, for personal use. You may
grade, original formula with 100mg of Procaine Hcl.
is simply the local anesthetic procaine hydrochloride--used by dentists
and podiatrists - to which has been added buffering agents and other
chemicals to create a hybrid drug (Gerovital H3). The additives
have transformed this local anesthetic into a new medicine that
possibly reverses the aging process (anti-aging). How this came
about makes for an interesting story and reveals a lot more about
procaine and its youth restoring properties.
took a dramatic incident to convince Dr. Aslan that she should continue
to concentrate her efforts on developing procaine H3 for anti aging
therapy. She was satisfied that it had many unknown benefits. When
injecting procaine H3 into arthritic joints and other areas of pain,
she noticed her patients' response was most satisfactory. Joints heretofore
immobile or frozen were now mobile and flexible, almost normal. Under
Dr. Parhon's guidance, she continued to experiment at the fine laboratory
facilities at his Institute, working to find the drug's effectiveness
on the aged. Dr. Parhon is convinced that the old age process is treatable
exactly as any other disease. Dr. Aslan, with her research background,
advanced his theory that old age was not only treatable but could
also be retarded.
concur that as the body grows older, definite physiological changes
occur. Many patients exhibit the following group of symptoms: Premature
aging with its complex group of symptoms Diseases of the aged, loss
of memory, energy and vitality Diseases of the nervous system, diminished
hearing abilities, visual acuity and dulled mental functions Diseases
of muscles and joints, rheumatism and arthritis Diseases of skin and
allergies, baldness, psoriasis, and the old appearance of the skin,
face and body. Diseases of the cardiovascular system, angina pectoris
and varicose veins Diseases of the gastrointestinal system, ulcers
and stomach disorders.
Aslan believes that the body's inherent natural ability to replace
cells lost through disease and age diminishes through the years. Procaine
supplements the body's ability to regenerate the cells. She is convinced
that cell regeneration is responsible for a return of youthfulness
to older people. Her experiments with mice, for the next few years,
substantiated her theory that besides removing the effects of a disease,
it had no side reactions.
[Chapter 10 from "Nutrients to Age Without Senility" by Abram Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D. and Morton Walker, D.P.M]
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