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|Assay:||99.5% Min||Character:||White Crystalline Powder|
|Usage 1:||For Anti-aging||Usage 2:||Supplements For Health Conditions|
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Anti Aging Androgenic Anabolic Steroids CAS 53-43-0 Dehydroisoandrosterone DHEA
Dehydroisoandrosterone(as known DHEA)is a hormone that is naturally made by the human body. It can also be made in the laboratory from chemicals found in wild yam and soy. However, the human body cannot make DHEA from these chemicals, so simply eating wild yam or soy will not increase DHEA levels. Don't be misled by wild yam and soy products labeled as "natural DHEA." DHEA serves as a precursor to male and female sex hormones (androgens and estrogens). DHEA levels in the body begin to decrease after age 30. This decrease occurs more quickly in women than men.
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|Character:||White crystalline powder|
|Boiling point:||426.7°C at 760 mmHg|
|Vapour Pressur:||4.54E-09mmHg at 25°C|
|Solubility:||Soluble in benzene, ethanol, ethyl ether, insoluble in chloroform, petroleum ether.|
2. What Is DHEA?
DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) is a hormone produced by your body's adrenal glands. These are glands just above your kidneys.woman holding supplements.DHEA supplements can be made from wild yam or soy.
Scientists don't know everything DHEA does. But they do know that it functions as a precursor to male and female sex hormones, including testosterone and estrogen. Precursors are substances that are converted by the body into a hormone.DHEA production peaks in your mid-20s. In most people, production gradually declines with age.
Adequately powered, long-term clinical trials are lacking to support a place in therapy for dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS) supplementation (henceforth, jointly referred to as DHEA/S). Reviews of clinical trials found no convincing evidence to support a place in therapy for postmenopausal symptoms in women, in improving cognitive function or physical strength in elderly patients, in hyperlipidemia or insulin resistance, or in schizophrenia or cancer. Some evidence exists to support the use of DHEA/S supplementation in women with diminished ovarian reserves, in subpopulations of elderly women with osteoporosis, and in mild systemic lupus erythematosus.
1) DHEA Supplements for Anti-Aging:
Since DHEA levels decline with age, some researchers speculate that supplementing your body's falling levels of the hormone might help fight aging. And some small studies have reported positive anti-aging effects from the use of DHEA supplements. But a similar number of studies have reported no effect.
According to the National Institute on Aging and the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, there is not enough scientific evidence to support the idea that DHEA can affect how fast you age.
Both agencies report that little is known about the effect of long-term use of DHEA. And there is some concern that continued use of DHEA supplements could be harmful.
2) DHEA Supplements for Health Conditions:
DHEA supplements show some promise for easing mild to moderate depression. But more research is needed.
In a small, six-week study, researchers from the National Institute of Mental Health found that treatment with DHEA supplements helped relieve mild to moderate depression that occurs in some middle-aged people. DHEA may also be effective for improving aging skin in the elderly.
As for other conditions, both National Standard and the NIH say the evidence is unclear whether DHEA has any significant benefit in treating conditions such as:
Orally administered DHEA has a less than 10% bioavailability and is converted into inactive DHEAS, which can then act as a reservoir for the body to utilize. Daily dosing of DHEA 25 mg has been suggested in postmenopausal women because this dose minimizes the adverse androgenic effects; however, only studies in which at least 50 mg/day were used demonstrated positive outcomes. Dosages used in clinical studies of assisted reproduction were in the range of 50 to 75 mg/day (in divided doses). In adrenal insufficiency, DHEA 50 mg/day for 3 months is considered a replacement dose, while 200 mg/day achieves supraphysiological circulating levels and would thus be considered a pharmacological dose.
|Test Items||Specification||Test Results|
|Description||White to almost white crystalline powder||Conform|
|Loss on drying||≤0.5%||0.20%|
|Conclusion||The above test result complied with standard|
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