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Moleac Launches NeuroAid10(TM) in the United States
Date:3/6/2008

stringent process as NeuroAid(TM)," said David Picard, CEO Moleac.

NeuroAid10(TM) is marketed in the US as an herbal dietary supplement with the indication to help support neurological functions.

Neurological functions involve the brain and the nervous system. The nervous system connects the entire human body, relaying information back and forth between the brain and the muscles, skin and key organs, allowing actions such as movement, and sensations such as pain. The smooth transmission of information between the brain and the rest of the body is therefore essential for daily activities such as walking, speaking or thinking, and can only occur when neurological functions are healthy and strong.

Ruth Lycke, a stroke survivor and the author of "Hope, Help and Healing", said, "I am thrilled to see NeuroAid10(TM) now available locally after having benefited myself from the treatment in China."

NeuroAid10(TM) does not contain any of the animal based ingredients of NeuroAid(TM) which were considered as secondary in the original formulation. "We will work with health authorities around the world to make NeuroAid(TM) available in international markets over the coming years," said Picard.

Moleac has now established a robust distribution system in the US with Suresource. The product can be purchased at http://www.neuroaid10.com or at http://www.amazon.com .

About NeuroAid10(TM)

NeuroAid10(TM) is a Dietary Supplement that provides support for neurological functions. It is a combination of ten all ingredients from the Chinese medicinal pharmacopoeia, formulated according to international Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) standards. It is marketed internationally by Moleac. For more information visit http://www.neuroaid10.com or by calling +1-800-421-1223.

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