What Are The Uses Of N-acetyl-l-carnosine?
N-acetyl-l-carnosine is used in the treatment of cataracts. It acts by dissolving formed cataracts (or) prevents forming of cataracts. It is also helpful in managing complications caused by diabetes and chronically high blood sugar levels, slowing the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
What Are The Side Effects Of N-acetyl-l-carnosine?
N-acetyl-l-carnosine is usually safe, but in some cases (overdose) it may cause:
- Stinging, burning sensation
- Itching, irritation
What Are The Contraindications Of N-acetyl-l-carnosine?