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dimethylaminoethanol

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  • n. A clear to pale-yellow liquid used as a curing agent for polyurethanes and epoxy resins, in water treatment, and in the synthesis of various products.

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  • (I recommend that you take gingko in combination with 400 IU of vitamin E, and other brain boosters including club moss, gotu kola, schizandra, DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol, a naturally occurring substance found in food that enhances brain function), phosphatidyl choline, inositol, and serine, to get the best effect.)

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  • Anti-Ageing Water is made from ultra premium, natural artesian, alkaline antioxidant water, VitRx DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol), QA-100 (it's Anti-Ageing DNA repair formulation) and is fortified with 100 mg natural calcium, and 220 mg magnesium that is absolutely clear in solution.

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  • Of all phospholipids - acetylcholine, choline and dimethylaminoethanol are the most important.

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  • This procedure was repeated after 6 and 12 weeks of daily intake of a vitamin-mineral drug combination containing dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) or placebo.

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  • It is known that dimethylaminoethanol is processed by the liver into choline; however, the choline molecule is charged and cannot pass the blood-brain barrier.

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  • The role of dimethylaminoethanol in cosmetic dermatology.

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  • The term DMAE is actually an abbreviation for dimethylaminoethanol, a naturally occurring chemical produced by methyl group missing from the nitrogen, and it may be for this reason that it can cross the blood-brain barrier more easily than choline.

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  • It is possible that dose is a major determining factor in the overall effects of dimethylaminoethanol - a high dose could produce effects opposite to those sought and contribute to life-shortening.

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  • Some showed dimethylaminoethanol to increase the lifespan of animals in which it was tested, while others indicate a possible reduction in the average life span of quail. [

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