Product Name: Tianeptine Sodium CAS: 30123-17-2 MF : C21H24ClN2NaO4S Grade Standard : Pharmaceutical grade Specification: 98%min Appearance: Off- white to white powder All types : Tianeptine Sodium; Tianeptine sulfate,Tianeptine Free Acid
Tianeptine Sodium is a supplement with a wide range of benefits. It is viewed as one of the most effective treatments for major depressive episodes that range from mild to severe. Tianeptine Sodium has also been used as an off-label nootropic supplement and is reported to produce sensations of wellbeing, optimizing and clarity that is mental. This supplement is marketed as having mood effects that are brightening well as being neuroprotective and anxiolytic (reducing anxiety).
Tianeptine Sodium Salt
Grade Standard :
Off- white to white powder
Tianeptine sodium salt is a salt of Tianeptine. Tianeptine, a tricyclic compound, is a selective facilitator of 5-HT (serotonin; sc-201146) uptake in vitro and in vivo. Additionally, Tianeptine is reported to act as a selective inhibitor of dopamine uptake . Tianeptine does not have a noted effect on monoamine uptake. In a study utilizing purified synaptosomes from rat brain, Tianeptine was reported to enhance serotonin uptake in selective brain regions. Purified synaptosomes were obtained from rats and incubated with tritium-labeled 5-HT and Tianeptine in vitro . The synaptosomes were then analyzed for uptake and release of 5-HT via a liquid scintillation.
Tianeptine has antidepressant and anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) properties with a relative lack of sedative, anticholinergic and cardiovascular adverse effects, thus suggesting it is particularly suitable for use in the elderly and in those following alcohol withdrawal; such persons can be more sensitive to the adverse effects of psychotropic drugs. Recent results indicate possible anticonvulsant (anti-seizure) and analgesic (painkilling) activity of tianeptine via immediate or downstream modulation of adenosine A1 receptors (as the effects could be experimentally blocked by antagonists of this receptor).