About us

Since 2010, we have focused on developing nutritional supplements for better health and lifestyle, immune system support and quality of life improvement. Our products are 100% natural and vegan. In their manufacture, we combine 21st-century technology with centuries-old knowledge of plants and fungi.

Development team

Antonin Tony Spirit (born 1963) CEO of FOR LONG LIFE inc. is the head of our development team which consists of top scientists and physicians from different regions of the world, across all disciplines. [LINKEDIN]

Technology & Quality

Our unique technological procedures in the processing of extracts from herbs and medicinal mushrooms guarantee the uncompromising function and quality of our products. – healthy lifestyle


Our products have received the highest possible awards in many countries around the world. Our laboratories are FDA approved and certified.

Customer satisfaction

In the long term, we achieve very convincing results with targeted cell nutrition using non-chemical substances. And thousands of enthusiastic customers from all over the world agree with us. – healthy lifestyle

Elizabeth Blackburn

Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn, PhD, along with two colleagues, received the 2009 Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology for discovering the molecular nature of telomeres, which serve as the protective ends of chromosomes, and for discovering the enzyme telomerase, which performs the function of telomeres Maintenance. She is currently President of the Salk Institute and Professor Emeritus at the University of California, San Francisco.

She was previously President of the American Association for Cancer Research and the American Society for Cell Biology and has received almost every major medical award. Time Magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in history. She is a member of the American National Academy of Sciences and Medicine and the Royal Society of London. She is involved in shaping science policy and was a member of the US President’s Advisory Committee on Bioethics.

She was born in Tasmania, Australia. She received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Melbourne, a PhD in Molecular Biology from the University of Cambridge and postgraduate studies from Yale University.