Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP)

Primary Application
Imprint
For what
Mitochondrial and Energy Production
Blood and Cardiovascular
Digestive
Mental Health and Nervous
Immune and Lymphatic
Skeletal and Muscular
Source
Allopathy
For whom
People

Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) can be thought of as the "energetic currency" for life and powers cellular processes. While the body is able to produce ATP through its own metabolic processes, supplemental ATP can have a myriad of positive benefits to an organism. These include but are not limited to anti-inflammatory, anti-serotonin, pro-dopamine, anti-glucocorticoid, anti-viral, anti-mutagenic, antimicrobial, anti-cancer, anxiolytic, antidepressant, cardioprotective, anti-ischemic, neuroprotective, and generally anti-aging effects. ATP may also help boost energy, improve blood flow, support digestion, and promote physical and mental performance as well as the (re)growth of hair follicles in certain instances.


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