anti-aging, anti aging, anti ageing GEROVITAL H3(GH3)

Is Aging Reversal Possible With GH3? (part II)

Chapter 10 from "Nutrients to Age Without Senility" by Abram Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D. and Morton Walker, D.P.M

The claims for procaine in anti-aging therapy:

Speaking for the first time before an audience composed of Western scientists and doctors in 1956, Dr. Ana Aslan, astounded the medical profession with her disclosures that could revolutionize the treatment of the aged. Dr. Aslan stated that procaine can benefit victims of arthritis, arteritis (inflammation of the arteries), cerebral arterioscleros (hardening of the brain arteries), trophic ulcers (ulcers due to improper nutrition in a particular portion of the body), alopecia (baldness), senile Parkinsonism, loss of hearing, ringing in the ears, noises in the ears, those who do not benefit from hearing aids, loss of eyesight due to aging with blurred vision, scant vision, poor eyesight, high blood pressure, defective heart conditions, those suffering from schizophrenia, ichthyosis, senile keratosis, dermatosclerosis, psoriasis, rashes and leucoderma. The therapy, stated Dr. Aslan, repigmented existing hair, improved muscle tone, improved failing memory, improved the central activity of the nervous system, improved cardiovascular reaction to stress and increased oxygen consumption. It can restore the use of limbs to those suffering from a stroke.

Dr. Aslan found from her treatments and experiments that procaine directly affects the cerebral cortex and its dynamics, and acts on the whole nervous system. The dicephalon centers, the spinal cord, peripheral nerves and metabolic processes undergo trophic changes from the procaine treatment.

Procaine is noted to be a slow-acting when it is not used as an anesthetic. The first few months show little or no effect. Perhaps one of the most favorable, significant observations was that the cholesterol level of almost every patient receiving treatment was brought down to normal. Many doctors believe that cholesterol found in the arteries of people approaching old age is a prime factor in the degenerative diseases of arteriosclerosis.

Procaine activity on cholesterol and its reduction from the arterial walls may be due to its hydrotrophic action, characteristic of the chloride of paraaminobenzoic acid. Doctors are also treating this condition with higher dietary intake of magnesium, pyridoxine HCL, and increasing the levels of organic potassium and calcium. The dietary plan for retarding age symptoms simple does not produce the same results for everyone. Now with GH3 Dr. Aslan, as well as other gerontologists, was seeing new appearance, mental well-being and reduced blood pressure. In some instances, oral preparations were used with similar achievements. How pleasant and simple and wonderful to provide for those wanting this help.

Dr. Aslan summed up her talk before the Academy by saying that procaine minimizes the feeling of sickness and leads to a heightened desire and capacity for physical and mental activity. She further stated that procaine therapy has restored the original color to grey hair. After the treatments, in some people, the roots grow in according to the natural color of their hair. People with blond heads of hair once again possess heads of natural colored hair. In certain kinds of baldness, the therapy has sometimes restored hair growth. Hearing losses have been reduced in time except in those cases where there is severe nerve cell damage. Results of European experiments show that procaine was observed to have some bearing on the course of multiple sclerosis. These experiments show it to be a potent drug in treating certain blood clots affecting blood circulation. Dr. Aslan has tested the effects of procaine on the human body for a longer period of time than have most other medical doctors. Consequently, she has had the opportunity to observe the many results of the drug. This Rumanian physician has stated that the procaine therapy appears to have a stimulating effect on the endocrine glands; she believes this is the fundamental physiological effect of Gerovital H3 on the patients. This observation is further substantiated when procaine is present into the blood stream; it has a direct action on the body's nervous system.

She says procaine has a strong biocatalytic action affecting not only the cells in the nervous system but on the higher centers of the brain. This action aids a patient to recover partial losses of vision and improvement in hearing. Many times after undergoing a treatment, a patient's eyes become brighter and hearing shows marked improvement. Some authorities believe the breakdown of GH3 is responsible for many reactions unknown at this time. The rapture of having one's senses return almost to normal can be understood by all of us. The energetic person wants to retain the knowledge of his years and refuses to accept the limitation of lessened mental and physical functions.

Other uses for Gerovital H-3:

The success of Dr. Aslan's procaine therapy has led her to experiment in other areas of the human body and to treat a variety of ailments. The procaine treatment has been tried, as stated above, on the nervous system, in retarding multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, postapoplectic conditions, osteoporosis, vitiligo, scleroderma, psoriasis, ichthyosis, on diseases of the cardiovascular system such as angina pectoris, varicose veins and on the endocrine glands. All of the above mentioned treatments have shown a measure of success.

Dr. Aslan's claims and theories have been supported by many doctors of many countries as well as by Rumanian doctors and scientists. The noted West Berlin surgeon Erwin Gohrbandt reported dramatic improvement of multiple sclerosis with procaine injections into the sympathetic trunk, particularly into the stellate ganglion and the solar plexus. Dr. P. Braunsteiner, of Rheine, Westphalia, Germany, injected several series of this injectable in a group of elderly patients who were hard of hearing. He observed that every one of the thirty-five patients selected had increased their hearing powers. In 1950, before the Congress of Internal Medicine in Paris, Dr. M.G. Good of the Charterhouse Rheumatism Clinic in London, described his successes in treating muscular rheumatism and arthritis with intramuscular injections of procaine.

Doctor H. Warren Crow, chief of the Charterhouse Clinic, has called procaine therapy "the most valuable weapon in the treatment of the individual rheumatic patient." Professor Eichholtz of Heidelberg has conducted pharmacological research on certain diseases formerly treated with calcium. His experiments showed that diseases such as bronchial asthma, urticaria and various skin edemas respond to procaine. The Soviet researcher, N.K. Gorbadei, reported rapid relief from ulcer pain, normalization of the secretory and motor activity of the gastro-intestinal tract, and the disappearance of the dyspepsia following procaine therapy.

Since Dr. Aslan's revelation of the discovery of procaine for retarding the aging process (anti-aging), there have been over one hundred papers published on the subject. There have been at least four studies made on its use in anti-aging therapy. Some doctors agree that another method must be found to simplify the giving of GH3, as many times this treatment is hindered by the numerous office visits required. While the primary method is now prevailing throughout the world, oral substitutes must be found. Doctors interested in prolonging the life span and reducing the symptoms of old age are in accord for the need of another modus operandi. Doctors in the United States showed their interest in Gerovital H3 by conducting experiments with procaine and other combinations, developed solely for hospitals, clinics, and laboratories.


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