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Who here takes NAC? A supplement that is described as: 

 

N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) is a stable form of the non-essential amino acid Cysteine. It is a sulfur-containing amino acid that acts as a stabilizer for the formation of protein structures, and promotes the formation of glutathione. Glutathione is a powerful free radical scavenging compound that also helps to maintain normal, balanced immune system function. In addition, NAC can help to support healthy brain and neuronal tissues.

 

 

why would the fda ban this? If its a healthy otc supplement @EleventySixTrillion 

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@Ayyy7393 They decided it's a drug rather than a supplement, and because US law bans the sale of drugs as supplements. So it's bureaucratic bullshit with a likely agenda underneath. There is no science based reason, they don't need one, because NAC was first studied and comercialized as a drug they can't sell it as supplements and things we know kill people like 1,3-Dimethylbutylamine and bitter orange continue to be sold. I don't know why specifically NAC was targeted, like you said, it's a harmless compound

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@TommyAC such bullshit of course they ban they healthy shittt!

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@Ayyy7393 This is just my guess, but there is active research on NAC to be used for several conditions. They don't want amazon to be selling pills with the stuff for 4 dollars when they figure out it treats something. Even tho there is a huge problem with stimulants in supplements NAC is fucking problem...

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@TommyAC what do you mean?

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@Ayyy7393 Imagine I discover NAC or a very similar compound treats some illness, and I want to put a new product on the market which is going to be expensive, like 300$ the bottle of pills. I wouldn't want amazon to be selling an alternative for a couple of bucks right? I don't want people thinking my new medications is something they could potentially source themselves, so I call a pal at the FDA and boom.

Generally I don't like conspiracy theories but I just can't imagine an honest person thinking we need to ban NAC out of all things.

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@TommyAC ohh gotcha , yeah .. such a shame

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@Ayyy7393 ''Remember the horrifying super scary super deadly rape drug GHB? The one we banned the fuck out off? Yeah, it treats narcolepsy so let's call it Xyrem and charge 10k per bottle. What, you want to get it elsewhere? You can't, we super banned it, you can only get it legally from us''

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Take L-cysteine. At least one way NAC (N-acetyl-L-cysteine) functions is as a prodrug to L-cysteine. To optimize, add glycine.

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@rootshealer puritans pride?

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@Ayyy7393 that would mean L-cysteine, an amino acid, is somehow adulterated. fool's pride.

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