Sulbutiamine Powder

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Although its clinical efficacy is not yet defined, sulbutiamine is used to treat asthenia. While its other uses include improvement of erectile dysfunction and reduction of psycho-behavioural inhibition, sulbutiamine showed evidence of modulatory effect on dopaminergic and glutamatergic cortical transmissions.

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  • Product Detail

    Product Tags

    Product Name: Bulk Sulbutiamine Powder
    Molecular Formula: C32H46N8O6S2
    Molecular Weight: 702.89
    Synonyms: Arcalion, Enerion, Bisibuthiamine, Youvitan
    CAS Number: 3286-46-2
    Specifications: 99%
    Appearance/Color: White to yellowish-white powder
    Benefits: Memory enhancer, depression relief
    Applied industry: Pharmaceutical intermediates, industrial raw materials
    Package:1kg/bag, 25kg/drum

    Sulbutiamine is a synthetic chemical that’s similar to vitamin B1 (thiamine). Unlike the water-soluble vitamin, sulbutiamine can dissolve in fats.

    In athletes, sulbutiamine increases levels of thiamine in the brain and is used to stimulate performance. In addition to its use for Alzheimer’s disease, sulbutiamine is taken orally for fatigue, erectile dysfunction, depression, diabetic nerve damage, and Alzheimer’s disease.

    What is Sulbutiamine?

    Sulbutiamine is a lipid-soluble thiamine disulfide derivative, which is used to protect the brain, promote intelligence, improve our memory and replenish energy needed by our bodies.

    Sulbutiamine molecule structure

    Sulbutiamine is a lipid-soluble thiamine disulfide derivative, which is used to protect the brain, promote intelligence, improve our memory and replenish energy needed by our bodies.

    Thiamine and Sulbutiamine

    Sulbutiamine is a synthetic version of Vitamin B1 (Thiamine). Thiamine is water-soluble and does not easily cross the blood-brain barrier.

    Sulbutiamine is a fat-soluble compound that easily crosses the blood-brain barrier. Sulbutiamine functions in the body just like Thiamine. But because it’s more bioavailable it’s more effective than Thiamine.

    SULBUTIAMINE vs benfotiamine

    They have different mechanisms of absorption and different pharmacological properties. Benfotiamine can strongly increase thiamine levels in blood and liver, but it’s almost insoluble in organic solvents. So Benfotiamine only has beneficial effects in peripheral tissues.

    While Sulbutiamine, a lipid-soluble thiamine disulfide derivative, that increases thiamine derivatives in the brain as well as in cultured cells, acts as a central nervous system drug.

    SULBUTIAMINE Specifications

    • The minimum purity of Sulbutamide powder we provide is 99%.
    • Transportation methods of our products include FedEx, air, sea, UPS, etc.
    • Packages of our goods are usually 1 kg/bag and 25 kg/drum.

    Allithiamine vs Sulbutiamine

    Allithiamine is actually a natural product that can be synthesized in the human body through unstable vitamin B1 in animal food and alliin/alliinase in garlic, while Sulbutamide can only be made by experiments and cannot be extracted from food.

    Both of them can relieve human fatigue and replenish energy. However, excessive intake of Sulthiamine may lead to rash and eczema-like outbreaks, or other side effects. Therefore, Allithiamine has higher safety.

    Sulbutiamine dopamine

    Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that allows intercellular communication.

    Sulbutiamine does have dopaminergic properties. However, its mechanism of action is quite different from other dopamine-boosting compounds because using this nootropic will greatly lower the release of dopamine from the prefrontal cortex in our brain.

    When dopamine levels are forced to be reduced, the amount of dopamine receptors will increase relatively as part of our compensatory system, which makes our body more sensitive to any dopamine releases that may occur.

    Noopept sulbutiamine stack

    Sulbutiamine is certainly derived from Vitamin B1 and is also proven to be a memory enhancer. When it’s stacked with Noopept, their combination can significantly improve your imagination and attention as well.

    SULBUTIAMINE Manufacturing Process

    The main raw materials used for the production include Vitamin B1, potassium ferricyanide, sodium hydroxide, Isobutyric anhydride, absolute ethanol and dichloromethane, and others.

    The synthesis of sulbutiamine is a multi-step process that begins with the combination of vitamin B1 and water. The mixture is then heated to dissolve the vitamin B1 and slowly cooled to precipitate out thiamine disulfide. The disulfide is then reacted with 4-methylaminopyridine and isobutyric anhydride. Filter, then add purified water to cool it. Filter again and dry to obtain the final product, sulbutiamine.


    Memory enhancer

    Choline works in the memory function. Lacking it will lead to our poor long-term memory. Scientists studied that it helps to increase the level of choline in our bodies. One clinical study showed that Sulbutiamine’s playing a quite important role in increasing choline activity in our brains, which provides better memory retention.

    Protect our brains

    A high level of Thiamine does help increase our focus and energy. It protects our brains from inflammation and it optimizes our cognitive function for better memory. In addition, it also helps increase the dopamine levels in the brain for better decision-making. One study shows that Sulbutiamine helps improve the auditory brainstem response threshold.

    Help improve mood

    Taking Sulbutiamine makes you feel energetic. When your mood improves, you will feel more composed, and feel you have a clearer head.

    Prevent nerve damage

    A study conducted among patients who suffer from diabetes shows that Sulbutiamine helps to prevent our nerve damage. These patients were treated daily with 400 mg of Sulbutiamine, and after six weeks their nerve and muscle function improved significantly.

    SULBUTIAMINE side effects

    Sulbutiamine is non-toxic. However, taking a higher dose without any medical advice may cause eczema and rash-like outbreaks.

    Other side effects may include headache, nausea, diarrhea, tremor, and drowsiness.


    One study recommended that taking 400 mg to 1,000 mg daily would lead to the best result. You can certainly try starting with a low dose first and see how your body reacts to our product—Sulbutiamine.

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