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Taurine, also known as l-taurine, is a conditionally essential amino acid that plays a unique role in maintaining various physiological functions within the body. Unlike most amino acids, taurine does not directly participate in protein synthesis. Instead, it is crucial in the regulation of intracellular water balance and distribution of key minerals and electrolytes such as sodium, potassium, and calcium. This activity is essential for the proper functioning of the digestive, nervous, and immune systems. Furthermore, taurine serves as an antioxidant, fighting harmful oxidative stress that can damage cells. Taurine has been found useful in the management of numerous health conditions like congestive heart failure, high blood pressure, hepatitis and high cholesterol. Taurine’s antioxidant properties have also been tapped into for the mitigation of cell-damaging side effects linked with chemotherapy in cancer treatment.

Please note that taurine can promote drowsiness in some patients.

The standard dose of Taurine is 50 mg. Patients may take up to 150 mg.

Maximum Doses: 3

Source: Olympia