Cholan-HMB

Active Ingredient(s): Dehydrocholic Acid
Category: Laxative



Cholan-HMB Overview

Dehydrocholic acid is a synthetic bile acid, manufactured by the oxidation of cholic acid. It acts as a hydrocholeretic, increasing bile output to clear increased bile acid load.[1] References ^ Yousef IM, Barnwell SG, Tuchweber B, Weber A, Roy CC (1987). "Effect of complete sulfation of bile acids on bile formation in rats". Hepatology. 7 (3): 535–42. doi:10.1002/hep.1840070320. PMID3570165. This article about an organic compound is a stub. You can help Wikiped...

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Dehydrocholic Acid
  • Tablet: 250mg
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