SkQ1: Another Eternal Youth Pill or a Break-through Anti-Aging Invention?

SkQ1: Another Eternal Youth Pill or a Break-through Anti-Aging Invention?

We all are afraid of aging and, at least subconsciously, we all would want to slow it down. That’s why we use cosmetics and plastic surgery. That’s also why we eat healthy, do sports, take vitamins and dietary supplements.

For centuries scientists have been racking their brains over the possibility to control the mechanisms underlying the aging process. How many examples of “elixirs of youth” and “elixirs of immortality” can we count throughout our history? But unfortunately, until now all this was just an invention of charlatans or incorrigible romantics.

Today, science has made a huge step up. Although no one talks about immortality and eternal youth these days, but the postulate, that aging is a fatal process that cannot be prevented is no longer an axiom. More and more researchers agree that, in fact, a human body is designed for 120-150 years of life, and aging is nothing more than an integral complex of disorders and specific age-related diseases that can and should be fought off. One of the scientists that have devoted his carrier to aging was Vladimir Skulachev, an outstanding Russian biochemist, who has been working on the creation of a tool, which would improve life quality and life expectancy. It is he, who proved the existence of so-called mitochondrial electricity in the ’70s and he, who is, by far, one of the most quoted biochemists in the world press.

Academician Skulachev supports the hypothesis that one of the main causes of aging is nothing more than a slow self-poisoning of the body. The fact is that the mitochondria in our cells produce free radicals that cause a lot of damage to these cells and, as time goes, these free radicals activate the cell self-destruction program. Thus, if one neutralizes free radicals within the mitochondria, the aging program can be slowed down. Years-long investigations allowed Skulachev’s research group to develop a mitochondrial antioxidant SkQ, Skulachev’s Quinone, based on plastoquinone (a substance extracted from the most oxygenated place in the wild – chloroplast of the plants). SkQ accumulates in mitochondria, captures and neutralizes free radicals right at the site of their formation. Due to these unique properties, the effectiveness of the SkQ antioxidant is 1000 times greater than that of the other well-known antioxidants, including the famous coenzyme Q10. As a result, SkQ is able to prevent, slow down, or even reverse the development of many aging signs, including age-related diseases. Thus, SkQ (and its most used form, SkQ1) is a very promising anti-aging substance. No one promises to double life expectancy, but certain things are already real, some of which are an approximately 10% life extension (mainly due to the reduction in middle-age mortality), improvement of life quality, and an escape from the age-related conditions of body organs.

More than 300 people from 40 organizations around the world have been taking part in the Skulachev Project, including Academicians, Nobel Prize winners, and Ph.Ds from the leading scientific and medical centers in Russia, Germany, Sweden, Holland, Austria, Israel, USA, Canada, and Australia. Their work has already resulted in 3 anti-aging products based on SkQ1 molecules: eye drops “Visomitin”, rejuvenating serum “MitoVitan”, and regenerating cream-gel “Exomitin”. The pills for oral administration “Plastomitin” with a system-wide action are under development.

So, who knows, maybe age is just a number printed in the ID card, nothing more?  And what do you think?

Yours faithfully,

CosmicNootropic team

  1. Hasan 12/05/2021 am31 03:31 AM Reply

    so when will sk1 pills hit the market???whee can i get it made or buy????please respond….

    • admin_cosm 13/05/2021 am31 09:25 AM Reply

      Unfortunately, there are no new information about the pill version. I suppose, it is still in early stages of development and we won’t see it in the near future.
      However, there are news articles about stronger versions of visomitin going through the clinical trials right now.

  2. Hasan 12/05/2021 am31 03:33 AM Reply

    im looking forward to getting my hands on skq1 pills…..

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