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Research on peptides began in the 1970’s in Russia following the UN “Convention on Psychotrophic Substances” that essentially banned drugs traditionally used by militaries worldwide. This ban included amphetamines, a widely employed wakeful and focusing drug.
For centuries mankind has searched for the Fountain of Youth; that proverbial source of everlasting life. Herodotus wrote of a spring that gave the water of youth to all who bathed in it. Juan Ponce de Leon looked for it in south Florida centuries later but didn’t find it. Man’s quest for such a fountain failed until Dr. Vladimir Khavinson discovered Epitalon in the 1980’s.
Despite the increase in access, Dihexa’s mechanism of action is still shrouded in a veil of mystery unperturbed by a mere Google search. Fortunately, the history and pharmacokinetics of Dihexa are as fascinating and tantalizing as the fabled experience reports and research studies purporting its potency.