Acetylcholine Chloride 1 oz (30 ml)

  • Item Number: DB1000
  • Amount per Container: 1 fl. oz
  • Price per Unit*: $16.68
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  • MFG # ACEC
  • UPC # DB1000
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Demineralized water‚ 25% ethanol‚ ACETYLCHOLINE CHLORIDE in dilutions of 6-12-30-200x‚ 12-30-60-200c in 1 ounce glass bottle with dropper.

One to ten drops three times daily under the tongue as directed by a health care practitioner.

Consult your healthcare professional

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  • By KWS
    from Ohio



    Good for Brain function

    I was recommended Acetylcholine Chloride by my ND and I have been taking it for 3 years and helps me focus and the mind body and soul connect.


      Cheap easy to take with you



    I would recommend this item to a friend.

  • By John N Maguire III - WWW.ThinkingBeing.ME
    from Little Rock SC




    Alcohol (ethonal) takes acetylcholine out of the body and destroys the brain cells that make acetylcholine. Keeping acetylcholine in ethonal (alcohol) seems a bad thing to do. Best kept pure or in an oil to prevent bacterilogical infestation.


      Acetylcholine Chloride had acetylcholine at least.


      Alcohol takes the acetylccholine out of body -so some of the scetylcholine molecules could travel to the liver where alcohol damages microtubules and is removed along with the acetylcholine.

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