Product name: Dihydromyricetin
Other name: Ampelopsin, DHM
CAS number: 27200-12-0
Appearance: Yellow to white powder
Specification : 20%,40%,50% ,90% 98% (by HPLC)
What is Dihydromyricetin ?/DHM review
Dihydromyricetin, as known as Ampelopsin or DHM, is a naturally occurring flavonoid found in the Japanese Raisin Tree (Hovenia Dulcis), the Himilayan Cedar Tree (Cedrus Deodara) and Snake Wine Vine (Ampelopsis Grossedentata). It has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine as a hangover cure, intoxication blocker.
How Does Dihydromyricetin Work?
When you drink alcohol, it enters your bloodstream through your gut. Your blood is then filtered through the liver, where the alcohol is metabolized and removed from your system. However, when alcohol consumption is greater than the liver can absorb, the excess alcohol builds up in the blood stream as the blood alcohol content (BAC). Generally , the more BAC, the more effect the alcohol will have in your body. The brain is most affected by alcohol absorption. Brain has chemicals that are especially produced by the body so that it can function. One of those chemicals is Gamma-amino butyric acid (GABA).
GABA is important to the functioning to the brain, its negative effects affect both the body and brain. It affects speech, breathing and heart rate. This is why in a drunken state, people tend to have slurry speech, faster heart rate and breathing.
Dihydromyricetin(DHM) works by inhibiting alcohol from reaching the gamma aminobutyric acid receptors, thus naturally leveling out your system, this explains why humans stay sober even after consuming a lot of alcohol.
- Hangover Prevention
- Improving Liver Function
- Protecting brain
- Helps with Digestive Problems
Dihydromyricetin Recommended Dosage
We recommend taking 300-600mg per three drinks of alcohol consumed, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner
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