The full compound name Eicosanoyl-5-hydroxytryptamide is abbreviated as EHT and is sold exclusively through Brand Partners with Neora. Dr. Jeffrey Stock, a research scientist at Princeton University discovered the compound in green coffee beans. It is NOT caffeine, another compound found in coffee beans.

In 1975, tau protein was isolated as a microtubule-associated factor from the porcine brain. In the previous year, a paired helical filament (PHF) protein had been identified in neurofibrillary tangles in the brains of individuals with Alzheimer disease (AD), but it was not until 1986 that the PHF protein and tau were discovered to be one and the same. In the AD brain, tau was found to be abnormally hyperphosphorylated, and it inhibited rather than promoted in vitro microtubule assembly. Almost 80 disease-causing exonic missense and intronic silent mutations in the tau gene have been found in familial cases of frontotemporal dementia but, to date, no such mutation has been found in AD. The first phase I clinical trial of an active tau immunization vaccine in patients with AD was recently completed. Assays for tau levels in cerebrospinal fluid and plasma are now available, and tau radiotracers for PET are under development. In the article at the reference link provides an overview of the pivotal discoveries in the tau research field over the past 40 years. They also review the current status of the field, including disease mechanisms and therapeutic approaches. (1)

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See links below – Scientific evidence about how Eicosanoyl-5-hydroxytryptamide (EHT) works, discovered by Dr. Jeffery Stock’s lab at Princeton University, and backed by many other universities and scientists. (Alzheimer’s Disease) (Alzheimer’s Disease) (Parkinson’s Disease) (Parkinson’s Disease) (Parkinson’s Disease) (25 minutes – Dr. Brian Butcher – Pediatrician helping kids with ADHD, autism, etc.)


EHT – Eicosanoyl-5-hydroxytryptamide — 1 Comment

  1. Randy Martinsen recommended that I try EHT to see if it could possibly assist with my Essential Tremors like it did his. I thought that I might as well since I didn’t have anything to lose – only to gain. I saw his results and I immediately wanted to try it for at least a 90 day period. After only about two weeks the product started working and I was totally amazed. My tremors lessened and I could actually write my name like I used to – and it was totally legible. This hasn’t been possible for several years. I kept on showing my employees and even brought that piece of paper home to show it to the family. I was so happy. Helping my tremors isn’t the only advantage of using EHT. I have a lot more energy, sleep better, wake up rested and in such a better mood. The people that work for me have mentioned to me that something had changed – that I seem more upbeat and in a better mood. I even recognized this myself. I have taken two prescription medications for years, Trazadone, for sleep; and Prozac, for my mood swings. I now have approval from my physician to discontinue use of both of these.* I can’t say enough about this EHT product. I would certainly recommend it. It is one miracle product for me! If anyone is hesitant about trying it – just go for it!

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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