Flibanserin Addyi

Flibanserin Addyi CAS 167933-07-5 For Enhance Women’s Sexual Desire//gary@ycphar.com

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QUACK DETAIL

Product Name Flibanserin
Chemical Name Addyi
CAS Number 167933-07-5
EINECS Number 222-975-3
Molecular Formula C20H21F3N4O
Molecular Weight 294.17
Melting Point 139-143℃
Assay 99.5%
Appearance White powder

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FLIBANSERIN DESCRIPTION

Flibanserin is being hailed as “Viagras for women.” The experimental drug – designed for post-menopausal women with low sex drives – has now won approval from an advisory panel for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Flibanserin is an antidepressant that failed to help depression in clinical trials, but was noted to have improved sexual health outcomes. It’s not uncommon for a drug to be developed for one purpose, then approved for another. Sildenafill was originally developed to lower blood pressure, but failed those trials. The benefit of both of these drugs was discovered by accident. However, flibanserin has now been studied for its effects on sexual health for nearly a decade.

Flibanserin doesn’t have any interactions with hormonal medications, Thorp says. It does seem to interact with the original libido helper, though: some panelists recommended a warning against drinking alcohol while taking it, Reuters reported. (Interested in natural alternatives to hormone replacement therapy? The Natural Menopause Solution has everything you need to tame symptoms and trigger rapid, healthy weight loss in menopausal women.

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