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DMAE - Vitamin for Stroke


DMAE - Vitamin for Stroke: DMAE helps to strengthen the function and chemistry of the brain. Follow the dosage on the label but you can take this natural remedy for an extended period.
DMAE or dimethylaminoethanol is a compound found in high levels in anchovies and sardines. Small amounts of DMAE are also naturally produced in the human brain. Health food outlets sell it in capsule form to boost brain power.  DMAE may play a role in treating memory lapses and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. As it steps up production of brain chemicals essential for short-term memory, concentration, and learning capacity, DMAE may aid in the treatment of ADHD and other disorders affecting the brain and central nervous system. It is used to treat many brain related illnesses and is very beneficial for stroke victims.You can take one tablet of 350 milligram once daily.
Health Warning: Always consult your doctor BEFORE taking DMAE.

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