(GH3 And KH3)
The first drug suggested for use in reversing aging in modern
times, Romanian physician Dr. Anna Aslan suggested in 1956 that
procaine could be used to combat arthritis, arteriosclerosis,
senile skin changes and baldness. Procaine containing benzoic
acid has been shown to markedly improve the absorption of procaine
by fats, thus quickening its absorption by the human body. Procaine
also increases the speed with which the nerves conduct impulses,
and decreases the rate of excretion of the 17 kerosteroids, which
usually increases with age.
Procaine's anti-aging benefits include increased nerve velocities,
improved sense of well-being and increased potential life span.
A 1965 study by Drs. Abrams and Gordon reported that elderly
people treated with procaine containing benzoic acid increased
their mental state, nerve velocity and rate of excretion of 17-ketosteroids.
A 1965 study conducted by Dr. Anna Aslan studied procaine's effects
on rats. Treated animals scored higher on electrocardiograms,
ability to learn mazes and cell pathology than untreated rats
and treated male rats lived 20 percent longer.
Side Effects and Contraindications: Side effects include possible
allergic reactions. Patients with hypersensitivity to the drug
should avoid it.
Distribution: Procaine can be administered by injection, or by
tablet. Procaine is available in 50mg, or 100mg tablets under
the names GH-3 and KH-3.
Note: Procaine tablets are available as the anesthetic Novocain,
which is sold with and without adrenaline added. Prolonged consumption
of adrenaline can be dangerous, so it is important to make sure
that procaine does not contain adrenaline.
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