NAD+ 500 mg sterile lyophilized powder in amber vial
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EU MADE – HPLC TESTED – MICROBIOLOGY/STERILITY TESTED
sterile formula in phosphate buffer, amber vials for light protection
- 500 mg lyophilized NAD+
- purity: min. 98% (HPLC)
- sodium content: 0.017%
- pH value in water (100 mg/ml): 2.48
- heavy metal, funghi not detectable
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is one of the most essential molecules in your body. In fact, you’ll find it in every single cell working in more chemical reactions than any other vitamin-derived molecule. When the molecule has oxidized and becomes inactive, it is known as NADH, but in its active form, it is known as NAD+. NAD+ is a coenzyme of the Vitamin B3 that activates reactions after binding to protein molecules.
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide has two forms—one active and one inactive. In its active form, it is known as NAD+, and in its inactive form, it is known as NADH.
Scientists first discovered NAD+ and started studying its benefits in the early 1900s, but only in recent years are we beginning to understand its full potential. Because of the role it plays in so many different biological processes, scientists and doctors are now looking at different ways it can be used to maintain healthy organs and neurological systems in human patients.
NAD+ is what’s called a “helper molecule” because it binds to other enzymes in the body to activate them and generate molecular reactions. For example, proteins called “sirtuins,” which are responsible for carrying out many biological processes within the human body, require the coenzyme to function properly.
When a person ingests a medication or vitamin orally, some of the active ingredients and nutrients don’t make it to where they are needed most and are lost to the digestive system. When taken intravenously, infusions of NAD+ bypass the digestive system altogether and are delivered directly to your body’s cells for better absorption. This allows you to feel the effects quicker and jumpstart your body’s healing.
As we age, NAD+ levels naturally decrease within our bodies. Habits such as overeating and excessive alcohol consumption can also lead to a decline in NAD+. Unfortunately, low levels of NAD+ have been linked to health issues like premature skin aging, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, heart disease, and vision loss.
- Improve mental clarity
- Boost memory
- Improve mood
- Facilitate brain regeneration
- Improve concentration
- Increase one’s ability to focus
- Boost neurological function
- Reduce symptoms of depression
- Assist with addiction recovery (alcohol, opioids, nicotine)
- Improve brain health and neurological function
- Improve mental clarity
- Boost energy levels
- Reduce overall fatigue
- Restore muscle function and athletic performance
Enzymes known as sirtuins play a major role in the body’s aging process through DNA protection and inflammation regulation. Sirtuins are dependent on NAD+ to stop and start the protective pathways that have links to the pathologies of age-related diseases. This means that sirtuins and NAD+ are able to turn certain genes off, almost like a light switch, that promote aging, fat storage, and blood sugar management issues.
Better effects on mental health
NAD IV therapy benefits cognitive function as well. Brain fog, mental fatigue, and mood disorders are often treated this way, and research is underway to understand the relationship between NAD levels and neurological disorders, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Research shows that people with low levels of the enzyme known as sirtuins (SIRT), which protects the nervous system and brain, show higher rates of anxiety. NAD+ activates this enzyme. In addition to SIRT, experts are researching the relationship between oxidative stress, which is also correlated with anxiety and depression, and NAD+ IV therapy. Because of this research, many people find success in using NAD IV therapy for anxiety.
Increases energy production
NAD IV therapy increases energy levels, fights fatigue, and boosts your metabolism, which suggests that it can support weight loss. Some promising research also suggests that raising NAD+ levels can help the body fight off viruses, making it an object of interest for recovery from COVID symptoms.
Helps with addiction recovery, reduces drawbacks
NAD+ IV therapy is widely used in addiction treatment centers and recovery communities to assist in removing cravings, making withdrawal a bearable process, and preventing a relapse. Several studies have shown that NAD+ IV therapy is safe and effective in helping the brain to recover from damage caused by addiction, but more research is needed to understand how it works to eliminate cravings.