You’re asking, “How does Melacinn work?” Here’s the answer:

MelaCinn has a constantly growing list of benefits. A specially engineered solution of vitamins, supplements, and hormone replacements has resulted in a product that has almost miraculous healing and preventative qualities. This combination results in greater vitality, energy, and youthfulness. It really will act as your own personal ‘Fountain of Youth’.

The basis for MelaCinn revolves around a hormone that the body naturally produces and aides in the vitality of younger people. This hormone production drops drastically with age. MelaCinn combines this hormone with other key ingredients in a way that allows the hormone to be easily absorbed back in to the body.

The core ingredient in MelaCinn is a hormone produced by the pineal gland. This hormone helps calm you and allows you to have a peaceful, relaxing rest. While you are sleeping the hormone will spread anti-oxidants throughout your body to help fight the free radicals that speed aging. It will also help with the reproduction of cells lost throughout the normal course of a day. The reduction of free radicals combined with the cell replacement and restful sleep results in a feeling of youth and vigor the following day.


There are too many to list. MelaCinn’s beneficial and practical uses have been proven for decades:

  1. Fights Prostate Cancer
  2. Fights Breast Cancer
  3. Longer Lifespan with Cancer
  4. Combats all Cancer Cells
  5. Fights Alzheimer’s
  6. Powerful Antioxidant
  7. Protects Against Stroke
  8. Prevents Migraines
  9. Healthier Sleep
  10. Prevent Jet Lag
  11. Slows Aging
  12. Live Longer
  13. Prevent Diabetes
  14. Correct Mood Disorders
  15. Lose Weight

Fights Prostate Cancer

Emerging research suggests that melatonin may help fight one of the most common malignancies in aging men—prostate cancer. In the laboratory, scientists treated androgen-sensitive and androgen-insensitive prostate cancer cells with pharmacological concentrations of melatonin. Treatment with melatonin dramatically reduced the number of prostate cancer cells, while the remaining cells displayed signs of slowed replication and increased differentiation—characteristics of healthy, non-cancerous cells. Melatonin may thus hold promise against prostate cancers, whether they are hormone-sensitive or hormone-insensitive.

Fights Breast Cancer

Peer-reviewed and published research has shown melatonin offers particularly strong protection against reproductive cancers. Cells throughout your body — even cancer cells — have melatonin receptors. So when melatonin makes its nightly rounds, cell division slows. When this hormone latches onto a breast cancer cell, it has been found to counteract estrogen’s tendency to stimulate cell growth. In fact, melatonin has a calming effect on several reproductive hormones, which may explain why it seems to protect against sex hormone-driven cancers, including ovarian, endometrial, breast, prostate and testicular cancers.

Improves Cancer Patient’s Longevity

Glioblastoma is a nasty, aggressive form of brain cancer with a poor prognosis and not much in the way of effective treatments. However, melatonin may offer some hope. In one clinical trial,12 patients with a glioblastoma were given either radiation and melatonin, or radiation alone. Twenty-three percent of the patients receiving the melatonin were alive one year later, while none who received radiation alone were still alive. Another study found that melatonin reduced the growth of prostate cancer.


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