About Lithium

Lithium

About 10-20mg of lithium per day may help support signal-carrying pathways in the brain, and protect and revitalize brain cells which can promote improvement in mood.

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Lithium is an alkali metal in the same family as sodium and potassium. In low doses (much less than those used to treat depression), lithium has anti-aging effects. It protects brain cells from damage from excitotoxins like glutamate, inhibits beta-amlyloid secretion (a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease), and increases human brain grey matter, among other things. Lithium makes uric acid more soluble so it doesn’t crystallize into painful “needles” and cause gout. And it inhibits reproduction of viruses—herpes simplex, adenovirus (cold), and measles viruses.

Dr. Donald Miller

 

You could get it via Lithium Aspartate or Lithium Orotate:
Lithate (lithium aspartate) – 20 mg/day of elemental lithium
Lithium Orotate, pill or powder (topical use)

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Sources:

http://www.easycart.net/cgi-bin/BeyondACenturyInc./search.cgi

http://www.iherb.com/Search?kw=Lithium

 






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