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#151 LALawrence

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Posted 13 August 2019 - 02:11 AM

The brand of NMN I started with prior to going on this site was a company that I can’t get any longer, but I remember how I felt on it. I ran out of them & ordered ABN and possibly I am so used to feeling fully charged now that it feels like nothing is happening, when in fact it is. I’m not sure. I just don’t notice it like I did at the beginning. My friend who just started trying Double Wood and also trying ABN said that she doesn’t feel anything from the ABN, but does feel a lot from Double Wood. I have not tried it yet.

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Posted 13 August 2019 - 05:23 AM

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#153 mike20g

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Posted 06 September 2019 - 03:34 PM

omg pro health nmn has so much lead in it sorry for previus post its 30 parts per bilion lead in 125 capsule they masked the number by posting in pars per million on they re website

 

 

no source they posted this on theyre website you can check it out right now its under product they are doing a usual scan they are posting in parts per million not pats per billion i got followed at start and thats why i asked where do they buy it from because i thought its cheap im sorry again was very stupid of me 

 

Posts above got me thinking about lead content in NMN. I looked at pro health website

https://www.prohealt...-capsules-ph518

 

It shows 0.021ppm for lead in lab report. Unless I am making gross mistake in the following calcs, this content does not worry me:

0.021ppm translates to 0.021 mcg lead per 1g of nmn. If you take 1g of nmn then you are getting 0.021 mcg of lead. The most restrictive accepted standard of heavy metal toxicity is based on California Proposition 65 DAILY Limits and for lead it has 0.5 mcg daily limit. 0.021 ppm would not move a needle.

 

Out of curiosity I looked at suppliers discussed here and what they report as of this posting:

 

* ABN (I use this supplier) - does not do heavy metal testing(?)

https://alivebynatur...ingual-tablets/

 

* Genex (I used their capsules before) - does not do heavy metal testing(?)

https://www.genexfor...-mononucleotide

 

* MAAC10 (I used their capsules before) - no third party tests and no COA(?)

https://www.maac10.com/pages/nmn

 

 

* RevGenetics (not used before) - their threshold for lead is 5ppm, which is too high and result is not very useful. For practical purposes lead content is unknown.

https://store.revgen...-mononucleotide

Third party report:

https://cdn.shopify....794413875052797

 

 

* Pro Health discussed above (I have not used them so far) - 0.021ppm lead = per calc above 0.021 mcg per 1g nmn

https://www.prohealt...-capsules-ph518

 

* Double Wood (I have not used them so far) - 0.020 mcg per 1 capsule (250mg nmn). Also contains other heavy metals.

https://doublewoodsu...-mononucleotide

 

COA, Third Party Lab results do not test for Heavy Metals:

https://cdn.shopify...._COA_2.pdf?1493


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#154 SearchingForAnswers

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Posted 20 September 2019 - 01:47 PM

It would seem as though there is room for a reputable US manufacturer, whom would submit their products to random testing via a third party firm whom simply purchases the capsules from them (manufacturer can't know whom of course), and then has them tested routinely.

 

How much would it cost to get a lab going? Maybe some chemistry students?



#155 TMNMK

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Posted 22 September 2019 - 10:52 PM

SearchingForAnswers: https://www.beilstei.../articles/15/36

 

I'd say have a chat with a chemist from one of the manufacturers that already makes small amounts of it for research. They'd probably be able to give you roundabout numbers on equipment, reaction scaling, etc. then you could make a decision from there. It probably doesn't yet make financial sense is my guess. I would not go grab a student by the collar and fire up a lab on a wing and a prayer as there are a thousand lines and wrong turns between every word in that paper. For example, when you read something seemingly benign like "The need for the removal of the excess reagents renders the isolation procedure cumbersome." Note that "cumbersome" is probably an understatement and you're going to be going through hell and hell is probably a sticky, burnt, nasty and confusing mess, hundreds of times over. And this is  but one paper, the only one I know of on the topic. You definitely should find someone that's done it already on a small scale first. The bench skills are going to be critical (and if you want to turn a profit, well... I'll tip my hat & my wallet if you get there!)


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#156 Nick Kyz

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Posted 08 November 2019 - 03:50 PM

Botany.bio is carrying the most affordable third party tested NMN, NAD+, NR now:
https://botany.bio/


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#157 Tony2019

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Posted 15 November 2019 - 01:06 PM

Great price. Have you tried their service?

What about the product?

This is a definite option for me if its the real thing.

Thanks

Botany.bio is carrying the most affordable third party tested NMN, NAD+, NR now:
https://botany.bio/

 



#158 PAMPAGUY

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Posted 17 November 2019 - 07:48 AM

Here is the latest Dr. Sinclair video.  He takes 1 gm NMN orally, and daily along with 1 gm Trans resveratrol with fat. (yogurt)  You need 1 gm of NMN to get over the high bar for the NMN to get out of the liver and into other parts of body.  He does not take subliminally.  The resveratrol is used as a booster for the NMN.  Without high dose the NMN stays in liver and makes NAD there, but no where else.  A lot of discussion about dosing, and cites.  He also says that his company is working on other NAD precursors much stronger and better than NMN.

 

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=5DtWqzalEnc



#159 Jeff Tom

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Posted 18 November 2019 - 08:25 AM

I have used Herbalcart's NMN supplement for over one year and I like that they are always innovating and coming up with scientifically proven formulations that are hard to find elsewhere.



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#160 Peatson

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Posted 18 November 2019 - 08:35 PM

Posts above got me thinking about lead content in NMN. I looked at pro health website

https://www.prohealt...-capsules-ph518

 

It shows 0.021ppm for lead in lab report. Unless I am making gross mistake in the following calcs, this content does not worry me:

0.021ppm translates to 0.021 mcg lead per 1g of nmn. If you take 1g of nmn then you are getting 0.021 mcg of lead. The most restrictive accepted standard of heavy metal toxicity is based on California Proposition 65 DAILY Limits and for lead it has 0.5 mcg daily limit. 0.021 ppm would not move a needle.

 

Out of curiosity I looked at suppliers discussed here and what they report as of this posting:

 

* ABN (I use this supplier) - does not do heavy metal testing(?)

https://alivebynatur...ingual-tablets/

 

* Genex (I used their capsules before) - does not do heavy metal testing(?)

https://www.genexfor...-mononucleotide

 

* MAAC10 (I used their capsules before) - no third party tests and no COA(?)

https://www.maac10.com/pages/nmn

 

 

* RevGenetics (not used before) - their threshold for lead is 5ppm, which is too high and result is not very useful. For practical purposes lead content is unknown.

https://store.revgen...-mononucleotide

Third party report:

https://cdn.shopify....794413875052797

 

 

* Pro Health discussed above (I have not used them so far) - 0.021ppm lead = per calc above 0.021 mcg per 1g nmn

https://www.prohealt...-capsules-ph518

 

* Double Wood (I have not used them so far) - 0.020 mcg per 1 capsule (250mg nmn). Also contains other heavy metals.

https://doublewoodsu...-mononucleotide

 

COA, Third Party Lab results do not test for Heavy Metals:

https://cdn.shopify...._COA_2.pdf?1493

 

Talking about lead in these brands is pointless, taking a 5 minute shower would equate to a far greater lead count. It's ubiquitous. People here do not need to worry about the lead content in any of these products, as for the far majority of all supplements and powders on sale through reputable brands. 


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