Procaine Hydrochloride ( Procaine HCL ) and Complexed Procaine
Procaine HCL is actually a very simple combination of two B vitamins, PAPA (P-aminobenzoic acid) and DEAE (diethylaminoethanol) buffered and stabilized with benzoic acid and potassium metabisulfite for more effectiveness inside the body. Procaine hydrochloride is a compound combination of PABA and DEAE, a vitaminic substance first synthesized in 1905 by a German chemist, Dr. Albert Einhorn, who was looking for a simple, non-addictive anesthetic.
Procaine - The Miracle Begins
For years procaine was used as a simple anesthetic, but soon researchers began to notice other curative powers of this substance. Interest in experimentation ran so high that between 1930 and 1951, over 165 reports were published on the effects of procaine in the treatment of a variety of conditions including arthritis, neuralgia, itching, peptic ulcer, asthma and hypertension. In the late 1940's three French physicians - Drs. Ghali, Boudon, and Guoit - found that procaine hydrochloride helped relieve suffering from asthma attacks. Dr. Rene Leriche discovered that procaine injections were helpful in treating certain forms of arthritis, arteritis, and blood clots in the limbs.
Procaine breaks down into the B vitamin PABA and DEAE
Once in the body, procaine breaks down into the B vitamin PABA and DEAE which is converted to the B vitamin Choline in the cells of the body. By itself PABA works mostly in the glands, hair, intestines, and aids the body in blood cell formation, protein metabolism and skin functions. Studies have shown that a PABA deficiency can cause constipation, depression, digestive disorders, stress, infertility, fatigue, gray hair, headaches, and irritability. Its function is to stimulate the intestinal bacterial system to produce other B vitamins such as folic acid, pantothenic acid, biotin, as well as vitamin K. Ingesting PABA alone may not always get results because it is rapidly disposed of by the liver when in the free form. When nestled in the procaine hydrochloride molecule, PABA becomes more effective.
The other part of the procaine molecule - DEAE - has been shown to have a definite anti-depressant effect. Double blind studies by Carl Pfeiffer, Head of the Brain Bio Center at Princeton, showed that DEAE produces mental stimulation and mild euphoria, with no toxic side effects. DEAE also comprises a part of two body substances most important to the central nervous system, choline and acetylcholine. Both are known to be basic to the bodies stress reaction system. DEAE also provides raw material for the production of cell membranes inner and outer layers phospholipids.
Procaine complexing and the rejuvenative effects
The eminent medical researcher Dr. Ana Asian, first noticed the rejuvenative effects of procaine in her work at the Institute of Geriatrics in Bucharest, where she was first appointed as Director in 1949. Dr. Asian was able to duplicate the work of Leriche and began to study the effect of procaine on arthritis. Between 1949 and 1951, Asian conducted animal studies and found that procaine injections yielded complete cures in 85 percent of the laboratory rats that had artificially induced arthritis. Her first clinical tests produced the same results. Dr. Aslan noticed that other afflictions rapidly improved in their group of patients. Afflictions that could not be helped by traditional methods. There was an improvement in memory, a decrease in morbidity due to Parkinson's disease and an increase in muscular power. The psychological effects were also interesting. Patients seemed to be more involved in life.
Intrigued by these discoveries Dr. Aslan also began to improve upon the basic procaine hydrochloride. She buffered and stabilized (complexed) until she came up with a far superior and much more effective compound which she called Gerovital H-3 or GH-3.
Complexed procaine - Improvements and Test Results
With the perfected GH-3, Dr. Aslan began ambitious experiments involving twenty five patients in a three year study. That year, 1951, the entire Geriatric Institute was turned over to Dr. Aslan - a great vote of confidence for her research. Three years later, in 1954 she reported her findings in the Journal of the Romanian Academy of Science. Patients showed greater vitality and improvements in specific diseases when treated with GH-3.
In 1956, at the Karlsruhe Therapy Congress meeting in Germany, Dr. Aslan presented the following final results; studies with three groups of patients living at the Institute, each group containing thirty to forty patients and 2,500 outpatients, showed that they were benefited greatly by the use of GH-3. Dr. Aslan claimed that GH-3 relieved depression, hypertension, arthritis and angina pectoris as well as producing muscular vigor and had a "regenerative effect at the cellular level"
These results were confirmed in several Romanian studies the largest of which took place in 1970, when Dr. Aslan set up one of the most carefully planned scientific experiments ever. For two years, 15,000 people from the ages of forty to sixty tow were tested at 144 centers throughout the country. Although patients had all sorts of jobs, both the control and treated groups received strict medical attention including vitamin therapy. The Gh-3 treated patients showed a significantly higher degree of improvement.
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