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AangamikŪ DMG Liquid 300 mg

$28.00 USD (60 ml)

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Recomended use : See Desription

Clinical study about the effectiveness of N,N-dimethylglycine in autism and pervasive developmental disorder.

Product Description

A dietary supplement to support immune system, circulatory, cardiovascular, and neurological functions; muscle recovery and endurance.*

As a dietary supplement the following is recommended

 

Age: Maintenance Active
Under 2 yrs. 3-5 drops 5 drops twice daily
2-5 yrs. 5 drops daily 0.5 ml, twice daily
5-12 yrs. 0.5 ml daily 1.0 ml, twice daily
12 yrs. - Adult 1.0 ml daily 1.0 ml, 2-4 times daily

300 mg of DMG per ml
1 drop = 15 mg of DMG

Other ingredients: Purified Water

* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Clinical study about the effectiveness of N,N-dimethylglycine in autism and pervasive developmental disorder.

Kern JK, Miller VS, Cauller PL, Kendall PR, Mehta PJ, Dodd M.

Some children appeared to respond positively to the dimethylglycine, and there was a smaller proportion of negative changes in the dimethylglycine group, but the quantitative changes in the dimethylglycine behavioral assessments were not significantly different from what was observed among children who received placebo.

One in every 88 U.S. children has been diagnosed with autism or an autism-related disorder, a government report says, up sharply since figures were last published in 2009. But the reasons for the increase largely remain a puzzle to public-health officials.

The number of kids identified as "on the autism spectrum," marked by substantial social impairment and repetitive behaviors, has been on the rise for years.

Thursday's numbers, put out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, show a 23% increase over data gathered in 2006 and a 78% increase from 2002. About five times as many boys as girls have been diagnosed, according to the latest data, similar to 2006