Epitalon – Epithalon – Epithalone……

I have been seeing so many different versions of the name for A.E.D.G. out on the net.  Most are all geared around the Trade Mark for it given by Dr. Khavison who discovered it.  The problem with using these names is that its a TM violation and the thing is, he did not just file that TM in Russia but in multiple countries around the world.  Anyone selling A.E.D.G. under the name of, or close to, Epithalon is basically doing so illegally and also just doing so to ride on the coat tails of the buzz created around it by Khavison and his clinic in Russia.

If you are currently buying A.E.D.G. from a company that is selling it as Epitalon, Epithlone ect….. just know why they are doing that and doing so says a lot about their credibility, or lack thereof.

It is easy to build a shopping cart, and in doing so, you can make yourself look like some serious, upscale lab or supplier of products when in fact it may not be anything more than a reselling business run out of someones basement with no concern to the quality or even viability of the product they are selling.

This may seem like a strange topic but the thing is that I am constantly asked if the products we produce, Nouvelle Vie and X-Tend, are similar to Epithalon, that they are looking for products that contain Epithalon.  I find myself having to try and explain that Epithalon is merely a name given to A.E.D.G. and that, yes, in fact, Biotrends products do contain A.E.D.G.  It is like someone asking a store if the box of tissues for sale contain Kleenex.

A.E.D.G. is a tetra-peptide containing 4 amino acids.  Those amino acids are chained together in a specific order and fashion to allow a manufactured copy of a substance produced by the pineal glad, Epithalamine.  Because A.E.D.G. is a bio structured copy of Epithalamine, Dr. Khavison choose to call the peptide he makes Epithalon.

Epithalamine can be extracted from humans or animals but degrades very quickly and as such is not viable as a form of replacement.  A.E.D.G. is also, in just a natural state, not very stable but can be made far more stable, through various technics, during production.

Lastly, I would like to breach the subject of TFA.  TFA is a kind of acid used in the production of peptides.  Because some labs have started to advertise TFA removal services, it has started to created a bit of a scare in the community about TFA, in high amounts, being in peptides they are using.  Firstly, let me relieve some of that concern by letting you know, the only peptides that might have a high amount of TFA is going to be very low quality, non medical grade, peptides.  Secondly, TFA in a peptide is not going to cause an “side effects”.  Its not toxic to humans but, in high quantity, is toxic to some bacteria and allege in water.  Why would someone be concerned about TFA in peptides.  Well, because of it stopping, inhibiting, some growths, it may skew lab results where they are specifically monitoring, looking for the rate of those things.  For anyone that may be concerned about TFA in A.E.D.G.; you will know if it does contain it because it will not retain its powder form after Freeze Drying.  The powder will become a clear, glue like, substance at the bottom of the vial.  I have only ever seen this condition from 1 company and that is also, coincidentally, the same company that is now promoting TFA removal.  We very rarely use TFA for synthesis because we do not normally produce any low grade peptides.  We have never used TFA for the production of A.E.D.G.  Any peptides that we produce all go through a rigorous filtration system utilizing a proprietary process that would remove any TFA anyhow.

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