dimethylaminoethanol

dimethylaminoethanol

Alternative pharmacology
An organic compound believed by its users to stimulate the nervous system, prevent or slow mental deterioration and memory loss, and increase energy. Research for application to ADHD were promising but inconclusive; it decreases the lifespan of experimental models, such as quail.

dimethylaminoethanol (dīˈ·methˈ··mēˈ·nō·eˑ·th·nl),

n pharmacologic supplement, a precursor to acetylcholine, taken to stimulate the central nervous system. Contraindicated in patients with seizure conditions.
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There are two theories for what caused for the initial fire in Cargo Hold 4; one being the release of flammable gases from the defective outer packaging of car products; the other being containers of dimethylaminoethanol, or DMAE, and divinylbenzene, or DVB.
Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) is an effective, economical amine catalyst for flexible and rigid PUR foams.
The other ingredients found in Gaspari Superdrive include Carnitine Tartrate, N-Acetyl L Tyrosine, Dimethylaminoethanol Bitartrate and Higenamine Hydrochloride.
WHILE you would never apply salmon directly to your face or body, cold-water fish like salmon contain DMAE, short for dimethylaminoethanol, a compound that helps rejuvenate skin.
Effects of a standardized ginseng extract combined with dimethylaminoethanol bitartrate, vitamins, minerals, and trace elements on physical performance during exercise.
Tricutan is a combination product of herbal extracts traditionally used for treatment of skin conditions, together with dimethylaminoethanol.
Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) is an amino acid naturally occurring in omega 3-rich fish like wild salmon, sardines and anchovies.
Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) is an amino acid that occurs naturally in omega-3-rich fish such as wild salmon, sardines and anchovies.
The fatty acids were derivatized to form dimethylaminoethyl esters via a two-step condensation reaction using oxalyl chloride and dimethylaminoethanol as reagents.
For instance, one supplement marketed for treating attention-deficit disorder in children contains dimethylaminoethanol bitartrate, a drug developed in the 1950s and sold as a prescription until the FDA forced it off the market in 1983 because it didn't work.
In a human study, scientists found that topical application of dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) increased both the thickness of collagen fibers, and skin hydration.
Source Naturals AttentiveChild(TM) -- Sweet and tart wafers designed to support children's ability to focus with brain-essential ingredients such as dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE), magnesium, L-aspartate, grape seed extract and phosphatidylserine.