AsUage Multi-Vitamin Plus Multi-Herb Formula


From the best research laboratories in the world…More than 100,000 people all across the U.S. and Canada are now living longer, happier and healthier lives because of this amazing complex anti-aging formula.

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Here is a listing of all of the ingredients in our formula:

Vitamin A (palmitate, beta-carotene)

Dr. Earl Mindell's Vitamin Bible says, ".vitamin A...keeps the outer layers of your tissues and organs healthy, promotes growth, strong bones, healthy skin, and aids in the treatment of emphysema and hyperthyroidism." (Pg. 29-new and revised edition)

Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol)

"Vitamin D...promotes absorption of calcium from the small intestine, to promote absorption of phosphate from the small intestine, and to cause release of calcium from bone. "The Dictionary of Vitamins, The Complete Guide to Vitamins and Vitamin Therapy." (Pg. 53-54)

Vitamin E

(d- and dl-tocopherols)

"Ensures an adequate blood flow." (Whole Foods. 1992 April. Pg. 66-71.)

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)

"The vitamin helps to support the adrenal glands, in an anti-stress factor." The Chelation Answer (Pg. 120).

Folic acid

"Deficiency symptoms are weakness, fatigue, breathlessness." The Dictionary of Vitamins (Pg. 83)

Vitamin B1 (thiamine HCI)

"Vitamin B1 is known as the 'morale vitamin' because of its beneficial effects on the nervous system and mental attitude." Earl Mindell's New and Revised Vitamin Bible (Pg. 31-32.)

Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)

The Vitamin Book states, " Like most B-complex vitamins, riboflavin is involved with energy production." (Pg. 99)

Niacin and Niacinamide

In the health magazine, Let's Live, Jack Joseph Challem says, "Vitamin B3 is found in two common forms, niacin and niacinamide Niacin is the more potent form of the vitamin."

Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCI)

Also in Let's Live, Jack Challem says, "Vitamin B6, pyridoxine, affects both physical and mental health." (Pg. 20)

Pantothenic acid (d-calcium pantothenate)

The Dictionary of Vitamins states, "Pantothenic acid functions as a constituent of coenzyme A needed for: production of energy" (Pg. 138)

Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)

Earl Mindell's New and Revised Vitamin Bible says, "Increases energy. Maintains a healthy nervous system." (Pg. 39-40)


"Biotin functions as coenzyme for a wide variety of body metabolic reactions. Required for production of energy from carbohydrates, fats and proteins." The Dictionary of Vitamins. Leonard Mervyn, (Pg. 28-29)

Calcium (carbonate), Calcium (citrate), and Calcium (amino acid chelate)

"Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body, accounting for up to three to four pounds of an adult's weight." Jack Challem. Let's Live. (Pg. 28)

Iodine (potassium iodide)

Renate Lewin states, "The best natural sources are seafood, kelp, and iodized table salt." Let's Live (Pg. 30)

Magnesium (oxide aspartate)

Dr. Sheldon Saul Hendler , M.D., Ph.D.,states, " Magnesium has to be in the proper balance with calcium."

Copper (sulfate, aspartate)

Dr. Patrick Quillin, Ph.D., R.D., states, "The average intake of copper in the United States is roughly half of the RDA. Also, the higher the intake of sugar, the lower the absorption of copper." Healing Nutrients pg 144)

Zinc (gluconate, aspartate)

Renate Lewin says, "Zinc is also essential for maintaining the immune system and fighting viruses." Let's Live (Pg.32)

Manganese (gluconate)

Dr. Sheldon Saul Hendler, M.D., Ph.D. "Manganese deficiency...The blood clotting, reddening of hair and beard, slowed growth of hair and nails suggests that in man this element functions in both glycoprotein synthesis (Pg 167)

Chromium (amino acid chelate)

Harold M. Silverman, Pharm. D., Joseph A. Roman, Pharm. D. and Gary Elmer, Ph.D. say, "Chromium is clearly essential in human nutrition" The New Complete Reference The Vitamin Book. (Pg. 241-242)

Selenium (selenomethionine)

In "Selenium 20th Century Nutrient," Dr. Richard Barmakian says, "The late Dr. Klaus Schwartz, one of the world authority on silica as well as selenium, established selenium in the U.S. as an essential nutrient in 1957

Potassium (chloride)

Michael Murray, N.D. says, "There is growing evidence that the dietary potassium intake of most Americans is inadequate to maintain health." (Pg. 32-33)

Choline (bitartrate)

Dr. Leonard Mervyn, Ph.D. (Member of the New York Academy of Sciences) reports in Thorsons Complete Guide To VITAMINS AND MINERALS, "Choline, is a water-soluble member of the vitamin B complex." (Pg.72)


Dr. Sheldon Saul Hendler, M.D., Ph.D. claims, "Like choline, myo-inositol, the biologically active form of inositol, is a consitiuent of phospholipids, those water-insoluble structures that are essential in cell membranes." The Complete Guide to Anit-Aging Nutrients (Pg.232)


Dr. Harold Silverman, Pharm.D., Joseph A. Romano, Pharm.D., and Gary Elmer, Ph.D., say, "PABA is in fact a chemical that bacteria use as part of the process whereby they manufacture folic acid. The Vitamin Book (Pg. 191)

Amino Acids dl-Methionine, l-Cysteine & Patented Methysulfonylmethane

Eric Braverman, M. D. and Carl C. Pfeiffer, M.D., Ph.D. report, "(They are)... a sulfur amino acid that is a biochemical powerhouse. Its most exciting trait is its ability to help the body process and to render harmless toxic chemical(s)."


Ginkgo biloba, Red ginseng extract, Green tea extract, and Grape skin extract. Couchgrass, Juniper Berries, Garlic, Schizandra, Buchu Leaf & Silymarin.