Epithalon, which is also known as Epithalone or Epitalon, is an Epithalamin synthetic version produced naturally in the body. It is a polypeptide that has been used extensively for lab studies ever since it was discovered in 1980s. According to research, Epithalon has potential uses for neuropathy, slowing the cell ageing process, liver disorders, and geriatrics.


The peptide’s building blocks are four amino acids: Glycine, Glutamic Acid, Alanine, and Aspartic Acid.


Physical Properties of Epithalon

During the initial research stages, researchers work on the peptide in lyophilized powder form. It is then diluted in water or a mild acetic acid solution during the course of the experiment. In its original form, it can last for about three months in room temperature and should be kept at four degrees centigrade once it is diluted. The peptide can be safely used for research for 2-21 days (to lengthen its shelf life, store it at -18 Degrees Centigrade).


How Epithalone Works

The main use of Epiphone is to boost natural telomerase production in the body. Telomerase is an enzyme that occurs naturally and whose purpose is to protect the DNA. The peptide allows for DNA replication facilitating the growth of new cells through the rejuvenation of damaged or old cells. A certain study, which is around 35 years old, shows that Epithalone is one of the best substances or peptides that boost telomerase production which also comes with anti-ageing properties.


According to the experiments conducted, longer strands of telomere go hand in hand with enhanced overall cell health. Additionally, researchers have discovered that one twin with better production of telomerase looks younger and healthier compared to a fellow twin. This is according to an experiment conducted on at least 903 pairs of twins.


Research Results on Epilation

Scientists have conducted many experiments in controlled laboratory environments to show how Epithalon acts as an anti-ageing agent. The results revealed that the ageing process in organs and cells stopped temporarily, began reversing or slowed down at a cellular level when Epithalon was introduced.


Uses and Effects of Epithalon

To start with, there are no any documented dangerous side effects associated with Epithalon.


  • Increase the rate of enzymatic activities – Boosts the protein and sugar-digesting enzymes’ activities.
  • Corrects cardiac rhythm and boosts melatonin secretion – Cardiac rhythm, which can be corrected by Epithalon, deteriorates as people
  • It may cure retinitis pigmentosa – The condition is genetic. Affected individuals are reported to have poor retinal health. The peptide has the ability to prevent degeneration and preserve its structure.


  • Improve the antioxidant status in the body through secretion of melatonin (its production is stimulated by Epithalon) which is an active


Epithalon has shown positive results when it comes to reducing the ageing process in humans. Recommended dosage instructions for Epithalon

Suggested dosage for vile size of: 1o mg


Suggested Frequency of use: One injection per day – high dose – morning Where to inject: Injected into the body fat around the stomach area.

Suggested Injection Dosage per time: 5mg


What Type of water to mix with? Bacteriostatic Water or sterile water


How much water to add: 2ml


Suggested How to Mix the water and peptide together: 2ml of water into the syringe and inject it into the vial with powder, never shake, gently rotate the vial between your fingers until all of the powder has dissolved.