Epithalon (sometimes spelled epithalone or eptalon) is a synthetic variation of a polypeptide called epithalamin. The body’s pineal gland produces epithalamin naturally.
Vladimir Khavinson, a Russian professor and scientist, discovered epithalon and conducted clinical trials on it for over 35 years using both humans and animals as subjects.
- Longer lifespan via the expansion of telomeres inside human cells.
- Deeper sleep promotion.
- Prevention and delay of diseases that are age-related (like heart disease, dementia, and cancer).
- Serves as a type of antioxidant by minimizing Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) and lipid oxidation, in addition to the normalization of T-cells.
- Enhanced skin appearance and health.
- Healing of deteriorating and injured muscle cells.
- Normalizes and restores levels of melatonin in elderly people that have lost pineal functionality because of aging.
- Increases emotional stress resistance.