Green, biconves, round film-coated tablet, engraved with “TD” on one side.
Thioctic acid (Alpha lipoic acid) is a disulfide compound that is cofactor in vital energy-producing reaction in the body. It is also a potent biological antioxidant. Thiotic acid and its reduced metabolite, dihydrolipioc acid (DHLA), can sacvenge hydroxyl radicals, the nitric oxide radical, peroxynitrite, hydrogen peroxide and hydrochlorite. And thiotic acid may sacvenge singlet oxygen and DHLA may scavange superoxide and peroxyl reaction oxygen species.
Thiotic acid may help prevent and reduce pain, burning, itching, tingling, and numbness in people who have nerve damage (called peripheral neuropathy) caused by diabetes.
Prevention and supported treatment in hepatic function disorder and acute necrotizing encephalopathy.
DOSAGE & ADMINISTRATION
Adult: 200 – 600 mg daily divided 2 – 3 times, 30 minutes before meals or as directed by your doctor.
The dosage may vary according to the patient’s age and symptom.
Patients with a history of hypersensitivity to this drug.
Children under 17 years old.
The occurrence of alcohol neuropathy is hazardous and content remedical value might decrease. Research studies shows that in the decrease of symptoms os diabetes neuropathy thiotic acid may improve blood suger level, therefor during the medical treatment proper consultation of a doctor if you are taking this supplement.
USE IN PREGNANCY AND NURSING MOTHERS
Because of lack of safety data, thiotic acid should be avoided by pregnant wowen and nursing mothers.
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