Amino Acids GABA

Cofactor for production of Growth Hormone (GH)

Common Uses:
Low-energy levels, restlessness, nervousness, memory and other cognitive functions, sleep difficulty

Overview of GABA:
GABA, or Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid, is an amino acid that is considered a major inhibitory neurotransmitter found in approximately 30% to 40% of all brain synapses. It is abundant in nature and is found in unhulled rice, cucumber, green tea Kimchi and etc. In clinical study, GABA supplementation has demonstrated a wide variety of health benefits that may help to provide positive support for:

* Tiredness, fatigue and weakness
* Occasional nervousness, anxiety and panic
* Cognitive functions such as memory
* Sleep difficulty

GABA is normally manufactured by the body in sufficient quantity. Although deficiencies are rare, exposure to environmental toxins and other external stressors may increase that rate at which GABA is depleted in the body. A GABA deficiency may result in muscle fatigue,
nervousness, anxiety, irritability, depressed mood and sleep difficulty.

※ Table. Physico-chemical Properties of GABA
Product Name γ-Aminobutyric acid
CAS No. 56-12-2
Structural formula
Molecular formula
C 4 H 9 NO 2
FW 103.12
Solubility Very soluble in water (20 ℃: 560 g/L)
pH 7.0~8.0
Isoelectric point 7.30
Taste Slightly sour
Odor None
Appearance White crystalline powder
γ-Aminobutyric acid
γ-Aminobutyric acid

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