Benefits and Uses of Epithalon

Benefits and Uses of Epithalon
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Have you heard of epithalon, aka epitalon or epithalone? While it’s discovery dates back multiple decades, its benefits for a wide variety of ailments are drawing huge praise from today’s medical community.

 

About the Revolutionary Anti-Aging Peptide Linked to a Longer, Fuller Life

 

In this article, we’ll explore the history, benefits, and uses of epithalon and how you may be able to enjoy a longer, fuller life by taking advantage of its properties.

What is Epithalon, and How Was it Discovered?

What is Epithalon, and How Was it Discovered?

 

Epithalon is a synthetic version of an extract called epithalamin. It was discovered in the 1980s by Professor Vladimir Khavinson, a Russian scientist who currently serves as Director of the Saint Petersburg Institute of Bioregulation and Gerontology.

Khavainson had been tasked with finding a way to help military troops heal from battlefield damage. He harvested epithalamin from pineal glands of calves and discovered that certain chains of amino acids known as peptides could regenerate tissue and restore function to various organs and tissues that had fallen into disrepair.

However, since epithalamin was difficult to harvest from animals in large amounts, he found a way to create a synthetic version (epithalon), which is widely prescribed today for its anti-aging properties.

 

How does Epithalon Work?

 

Epitalon helps to increase the body’s production of telomerase, an enzyme responsible for replicating DNA so that the body can repair damaged cells and create new ones.

Cell division is an important part of a healthy body. In our younger years, we produced high amounts of telomerase, but this amount declines as we age. This means cells don’t divide as fruitfully or repair themselves as fully as they did in our teens and twenties.

How does this lack of cell division affect our bodies? We generally refer to the effects as “aging.” Wrinkles in the skin appear, our physical strength begins to fade, metabolism isn’t what it used to be, and it gets harder to pull details from our memory. Our immune system weakens, and we become more vulnerable to deadly diseases and conditions.

And now the good news: by using epithalon, you can bring those telomerase levels back and fight back against the effects of aging.

By activating the telomerase genes, epitalon improves the cell’s ability to go through multiple divisions. Cell division is an important component of many functions, but cells have a limited number of divisions in them as telomerase production slows in older age. Epithalon gives a substantial boost to this process and gives the cells renewed life to divide and prosper.

By extending the lifespan of the cell, it gives the entire body an extension of life.

What are the Benefits of Epithalon?

What are the Benefits of Epithalon?

 

Since epithalon stimulates the pineal gland, many of the benefits are related to this gland’s function. The pineal gland produces melatonin, which is responsible for regulating the body’s biological clock. This is why many users of epithalon report a much-improved quality of sleep. It is also related to reproductive functions, which can be revitalized through the use of epithalon therapy.

There are many more potential benefits to be gained from epithalon, including:
  • Potentially extended lifespan, due to the cell’s improved ability to divide
  • Helps your body better respond to stress and anxiety due to boosted melatonin
  • Improved endocrine process
  • Longer, deeper sleep due to increased melanin production
  • Potential to delay and prevent age-related conditions like dementia, cancer, and heart disease
  • Strengthened immune system
  • Improved anti-oxidation functions
  • Better regulated pineal gland function
  • Revitalized reproductive health

Does Epithalon Work?

 

Several studies regarding the effects of epithalon on animals show extremely promising results in key areas.

Some of these include:
  • Longevity benefits. Could epithalon help us live longer? One study showed that epithalon extended the lifespan of insects by 11-16 percent compared to the control group. A study on rats yielded similar results. Mice, too, lived longer in a study examining the effects of epitalon.
  • Anti-cancer benefits. The peptide’s effectiveness against cancer is currently still in animal trials, but the results are hopeful for humans. In one study, epithalon treatment slowed the growth of colon cancer in rats by increasing lymph flow and increasing targeted deaths of harmful/useless cells, a method known as apoptosis. It also decreased the maximum size of tumors in mice with mammary tumors. Another study found that mice treated with epitalon did not experience any metastasizing. In other words, the cancer never spread to another part of the body.
  • Antioxidation. Antioxidants get rid of dangerous molecules called free radicals, which are linked to multiple diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. A study in rats found that epithalamin increased the total capacity for antioxidants by 36%.

These are just a few of the promising studies and reports involving epitalon treatment. Patients have already reported positive results, and we look forward to even more promising studies in the near future.

 

Speak to a Doctor About Epithalon Treatment Today

 

It may have begun as a treatment for Russian soldiers, but now it’s a viable and popular medical treatment for a variety of age-related conditions and ailments.

Since epithalon treatment requires a prescription, you’ll need to speak to a doctor to find out if you’re a good candidate. A doctor can clearly explain the many benefits and uses of epithalon and what you can expect if you begin treatment. Contact a medical professional today to learn more about epithalon.

 

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