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Monday, August 17, 2009

Why MAO-B is Not Your Friend

GH3, also known as Gerovital H3, is the invention of Ana Aslan, a Romanian doctor. Her discovery was that a common anesthetic, novocaine, could work as a weak reversible competitive MAO-B inhibitor. She altered novocaine slightly so that it would not have an anesthetic effect, and that made it even more effective. This means that it could reduce the problems that people over 45 have with an increase in MAO-B in the brain. If you buy GH3 and it makes your mouth numb, you haven't bought the original (and best) GH3 on the market. The best U.S. source we have found (and we are not affiliated with them in any way) is Tierra Mega-Nutrients. (Photo: Dr. Ana Aslan)

References
  1. Genesis and treatment of psychologic disorders in the elderly. By Samuel Gershon, Allen Raskin. Journal of Personality Assessment, 1532-7752, Volume 41, Issue 6, 1977, Pages 656 – 657.

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