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"Flower and Tree formulas like Acupuncture without needles!"

Diana Mossop

Cysteine

Introduction to Cysteine

Cysteine is a nonessential amino acid (protein building block), meaning that cysteine can be made in the human body. Cysteine is one of the few amino acids that contains sulfur. This allows cysteine to bond in a special way and maintain the structure of proteins in the body. Cysteine is a component of the antioxidantglutathione. The body also uses cysteine to produce taurine, another amino acid.

Sources of Cysteine

The body can synthesize cysteine from methionine and other building blocks. Cysteine, the amino acid from which NAC is derived, is found in most high-protein foods.

Known Side Effect of Using Cysteine

No consistent adverse effects of NAC have been reported in humans. One small study found that daily amounts of 1.2 grams or more could lead to oxidative damage. Extremely large amounts of cysteine, the amino acid NAC is derived from, may be toxic to nerve cells in rats. Adequate amounts of methionine are needed in the diet, as the precursor to cysteine, to prevent cysteine deficiency. At the time of writing, there were no well-known drug interactions with cysteine.

Supportive Formulas

Many years have been spent creating the Phytobiophysics formulas that are made from carefully researched combinations of essences from many flowers and plants. We believe that essences enable the body to heal by dealing with the underlying causal emotional trauma so encouraging the body’s own healing process.


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