Rediscover Your Youth With Gerovital-H3
What is gerovital h3?
Gerovital-H3 is a rejuvenating anti depression medication that lowers cholesterol, improves concentration and provides a host of other therapeutic benefits.
Originally used as a painkiller, the revitalising properties of gerovital h3 soon became apparent, as patients started noticing unexpected side effects, such as improvements in joint stiffness and hair re-growth. Its potential as an anti-ageing drug and a powerful anti depression medication is now firmly established, as well as which Gerovital lowers cholesterol and improves concentration.
Often referred to as ‘the fountain of youth’, Gerovital provides many rejuvenating properties for the body and mind. Gerovital benefits include favourable effects on glands, hair, intestines, protein metabolism, blood cell formation and various functions of the skin. In addition to joint stiffness, Gerovital’s active ingredients can help with a number of age-related problems, such as poor memory, impotence, arthritis, poor eyesight, high cholesterol and heart disease.
What does Gerovital-H3 do?
Gerovital’s key ingredient is procaine hydrochloride, which breaks down in the bloodstream to form two bio-nutrients: para-Aminobenzoic Acid (PABA) and diethylaminoethanol (DEAE). These nutrients – which appear naturally in the body but diminish with age – are crucial to our stress reaction system and memory functions. DEAE also has a positive effect on mood and can produce mild euphoria.
Gerovital works by inhibiting the hormone cortisol, which is one of the few hormones that increases with age, and is responsible for stress. Cortisol attacks the hypothalamus – the part of the brain that controls the endocrine system. The damage it causes is believed to lead to accelerated ageing.
Gerovital also inhibits MAO, a brain enzyme that increases with age and destroys neurotransmitters. MAO causes many neurological problems, including depression and migraines.
By reversing the action of MAO, Gerovital unleashes a powerful anti-depressant effect.
But does it really work?
Clinical research bears out Gerovital’s claims to a whole host of positive benefits. Trials have proven it can improve psychomotor activity and increase muscle strength in older people. Other studies have shown that patients demonstrate better memory, feel more alert and have improved concentration and hand-eye coordination after taking Gerovital.
In clinical trials, patients showed less depression and anxiety, greater desire to live, improvements in hair, skin and nails, enhanced muscle strength and joint mobility, increased physical and intellectual abilities, and less of the physical signs of ageing, such as senile spots.
In an experiment by Gerovital pioneer, Professor Ana Aslan, rats injected with Gerovital demonstrated an 18 to 21 per cent improvement in life span, compared to rats injected with saline solution. The treated rats also developed thick, glossy fur, greater resistance to disease and improved memory.
A further experiment by William Zung confirmed the anti-depression benefits of Gerovital amongst three groups of patients, aged 60 and over, who were suffering from depression. Those treated with Gerovital demonstrated greater improvements in mood, sociability, fatigue, agitation and anxiety.
Is Gerovital-H3 suitable for me?
Gerovital-H3 is recommended for people over the age of 40 as an anti-ageing medication. It has numerous rejuvenating benefits, and is suitable for anyone wanting to lower cholesterol, improve concentration, reduce joint stiffness and generally reverse any number of age-related symptoms.
It is also recommended as an anti depressant medication and as a preventative and curative treatment for chronic degenerative diseases.
No adverse reactions to Gerovital-H3 have been recorded. However, if you are sensitive to procaine you may experience allergic reactions, shaking, motor or psychic restlessness, cephalea, bradycardia or tachycardia. You should not take Gerovital-H3 with sulphonamides (inactivation), eserine or prostigmine.
How should I take Gerovital-H3?
Gerovital should be taken daily on an empty stomach. One to two tablets a day, two or three hours after meals is the recommended dosage.
If you find Gerovital too stimulating, simply lower the dose and do not take it later than early afternoon. It is also advisable to take periodic breaks in treatment of five days a month.
However you take Gerovital, you will quickly discover its revitalising benefits. Considered by many to be the original anti-ageing drug, Gerovital-H3 has a well-deserved reputation for its numerous restorative properties.
Gerovital may amplify the stimulating effect of other ‘neuro-energizers’ which increase dopamine and/or noradrenalin activity, such as Deprenyl, L-dopa, modafinil (Adrafinil), Hydergine or DLPA/phenylalanine/tyrosine. It is especially important to take periodic GH3 breaks if you are using such neuro-energizers.