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99.5% Antidepressant drug Tianeptine Sulfate CAS 1224690-84-9
Tianeptine Sulfate (Sulphate) or Tianeptine Hemisulfate Monohydrate is modern pseudo-analogue of the famous Tianeptine Sodium. Tianeptine Sulphate, also known as Tianeptine Hemisulfate Monohydrate, is a Tricyclic Anti-depressant (TCA) and as this might suggest, its predominant use is for the treatment of depression.With that said, Tianeptine is also used to treat anxiety disorders, asthma and even irritable bowel syndrome.
Tianeptine Sulfate is absorbed by the body at a slower rate, meaning it takes longer to reach peak effect - extending it's duration of action.
Tianeptine Sulfate is excreted much more slowly than Tianeptine Sodium, meaning it remains active within the body for a longer duration.
One of the main downsides to Tianepine Sodium is its ability to clump after exposure to normal conditions.
Tianeptine Sulfate does not absorb moisture from the air, and remains as a powder - making it much easier to work with.
Tianeptine Sodium is not stable in atmospheric moisture, and is very light sensitive, degrading quickly when exposed. Tianeptine Sulfate is much more stable, with much less light degradation.
The taste of Tianeptine Sodium has been described as "bitter" and reportedly "tastes like death".
Tianeptins Sulfate, on the other hand, has very little taste at all.
Tianeptine Sulfate is VASTLY SUPERIOR to Tianeptine Sodium:
Why Tianeptine Sulphate?
If you’re fairly knowledgeable on the topic then by now you’re probably wondering what’s so special about Tianeptine Sulphate, after all Tianeptine Sodium works in a very similar manner when targeting many of the same ailments.
Well, Tianeptine Sulphate is superior for three fundamental reasons
Firstly, Tianeptine Sodium is notoriously unstable, reacting to both atmospheric moisture and light. Tianeptine sulphate on the other hand is non-hygroscopic, meaning that it is doesn’t absorb the water from the air, and doesn’t clump.
Secondly, Tianeptine sodium is not soluble, which wouldn’t be so bad if not for the fact that it tastes awful and when using it you may have to dose up to three times per day. Tianeptine sulphate on the other hand is soluble, meaning that you can simply mix it with water for a quick and easy drink.
Thirdly, and most importantly, Tianeptine Sodium is only effective for a relatively short duration, meaning that it has to be frequently dosed, sometimes up to three or four times a day according to anecdotal reviews. From a medical perspective this can lead to a decreased adherence to dosing regimen and reduced effectiveness as a result. Tianeptine Sulphate, however, is absorbed by the body at a much slower rate, taking longer to reach its peak effect and extending its duration within the body, meaning that less frequent dosing is required; effectively solving one of the main problems of the Sodium form.
It is this last point that forms on of the main claims in US Patent 8198268, which states that “a controlled release pharmaceutical composition of Tianeptine should enable better command over the release profile and consequently, a less demanding dosing regimen.”
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