What is Asaigermanium® ?

Asaigermanium which is world’s first organic germanium, was produced by Dr. Asai Kazuhiko in 1967 in Japan. With 57 years of research, it is the water-soluble organic-germanium compound that has been confirmed to be safe and useful in Japan. Various actions have been reported so far, including enhancement and regulation of immune function.

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A variety of physiological effects have been clarified, and from the 1970’s to the 1980’s, clinical evaluations have been conducted and reported in research institutions nationwide in Japan. Research on the usefulness of Asaigermanium as a supplement has been actively conducted continuously, and some effects not found in other products have been clarified.
Asai Germanium Research Institute will contribute to society by creating and providing new health-related values ​​through earnest research and business activities based on Asaigermanium, while pursuing the well-being of all people involved in Asaigermanium (Asai-Germanium).

Japan Cancer Society 79th Annual Meeting research presentation
Organic Germanium (Asaigermanium) compound THGP differentiates macrophage strain RAW264.7 into M1 macrophages and induces antitumor activity

Effects of Asaigermanium on influenza virus
Effect of Asaigermanium (Asai-Germanium) on Influenza Virus Infection. Antiviral Activity of Asaigermanium (Asai-Germanium) in Mice Infected with Influenza Virus

Effects of Asaigermanium on immunity
Asaigermanium (Asai-Germanium) has been reported to activate immune function, such as induction of interferon-γ

Effects of Asaigermanium on bone
Asaigermanium (Asai-Germanium) has been reported to regulate the balance of bone formation hormones and bone resorption hormones and prevent bone loss.

Effects of Asaigermanium on pain
Asaigermanium (Asai-Germanium) has been reported to reduce pain.

Effects of Asaigermanium on chronic inflammation (Rheumatoid Arthritis)
Asaigermanium (Asai-Germanium) has been reported to reduce inflammation
and inhibit the activity of osteoclasts, which destroy bones.