Patents and New Information on ASEA

As we age our body makes fewer signaling moleculesWe’ve had a number of requests for patent information on the manufacturing, process, and solution known as ASEA.

Currently 6 of the 30 medical and mechanical patents have been approved for use by ASEA and Independent Associates.  ASEA continues to work to obtain the necessary permissions to use additional patents, scientific studies, and research documented since the creation of this product even before it was known as ASEA.

However, this vital information is still tied up in bureaucratic red tape surrounding ASEA’s designation as a supplement rather than a drug.

The original science and research behind the product was done with the intention of creating a new pharmaceutical (drug).  When the original company developing the product ran out of money it was acquired by a biotech company that didn’t really know what it had in regard to the research, manufacturing process, and end product.  So it sold the entire works to Verdis Norton and James Pack, the founders of ASEA.  And, as they say, the rest is history.

Suffice it to say the patents have helped bring another layer of credibility to ASEA and Redox Signaling, the science behind which ASEA is based.

SO…with that the patent numbers are listed below which you can search at http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/srchnum.htm to get the detailed patent documents.

  • Category creator, one of a kind product completely protected by more than 30 U.S. patents including patent numbers  5,334,383;  5,507,932;  5,674,537;  5,731,008;  6,007,6866,117,285
  • 17 years and over 20 million dollars spent on research, development, and clinical study.
  • The world’s first and only Redox Signaling Supplement – Redox Signaling Molecules are Native to the body – Required by every BODY.
  • Company is less than 2 years old yet was profitable in its first year in an industry where 90% of start-up companies fail in their first year.
  • Company on track to double revenue in 2012.
  • Athletic performance and endurance benefit is driving the company to worldwide distribution. Once an athlete learns the advantage this product provides they will not be without it

Clinical studies:

  • Safe for ingestion and exhibits zero toxicity, based on standard safety biomarkers.
  • Athletic endurance, as measured by time to ventilatory threshold and time to VO2max , is significantly increased by more than 10% on average.
  • Helps speed recovery after athletic exertion.

Claims Supported by Research Institutions

  • Increases antioxidant efficiency of glutathione peroxidase and superoxide dismutase (SOD) inside living cells more than 500%.
  • Significantly stimulates the production of the master antioxidants inside the cells without causing an inflammatory response.
  • Significantly increases the efficiency of communication signals between cells, those involved in cell damage detection, cell repair, and cell replacement.

Product specific facts:

  • The only stable perfectly balanced mixture of reactive molecules that exist outside of the body.
  • The product of more than 16 years of research, showing it to be a safe and natural way to help your body function as it should.
  • The product components are native to the body and consistent with its natural chemical balance.
  • Supports immune system functions that reduce oxidative stress and repair cellular damage.
  • Accelerates the body’ production of its own natural antioxidants, like glutathione, superoxide dismutase (SOD), and catalase.
  • The only product that delivers the balanced foundation that every person must have to allow their body and immune system to function at the cellular level.
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5 Responses to Patents and New Information on ASEA

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  2. Sidi Patel says:

    All the patents listed are basically for equipment designed to sterilize medical equipment?
    The product itself has no patent or patent pending number, nor does the company provide any independent 3rd party studies that have been peer reviewed or that have used scientifically accepted methodology.
    Please clarify!

  3. Max says:

    Please clarify. Does ASEA has a patent as they say or not? Gabe

  4. Robert Post says:

    Dr. Harriet Hall is a persistent skeptic and critic of ASEA, who sneers at the patents the company holds. I have spent a lot of time researching what exactly the redox signalling molecules are, and I have not been able to find out. The closest I have come is an article that listed some of the chemical compounds that could be created by various combinations of oxygen, hydrogen, sodium and chlorine (water and salt).The vague explanation of the process was some form of electrolysis that breaks down salt and water into its constituent elements, whereupon they somehow form various redox signaling molecules. These molecules however, have opposite electrical factors which cancel themselves out, whereupon everything turns back into ordinary salt water. The breakthrough discovery, by Dr. Gary Samuelson, was how to stabilize the otherwise auto-cancelling molecules in aqueous solution. This is the secret sauce. Would it be fair to say that ASEA is very secretive about the actual redox signaling molecules in the product (by chemical name) because it is not fully protected by patents? Understandably, the stabilizing process would be a trade secret, but it would be nice to know exactly what those chemicals actually are.

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