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  • DMAE Description
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    Dimethylaminoethanol, also known as DMAE or dimethylethanolamine, is a primary alcohol. This compound also goes by the names of N,N-dimethyl-2-aminoethanol, beta-dimethylaminoethyl alcohol, beta-hydroxyethyldimethylamine and Deanol. It is a transparent, pale-yellow liquid.

    DMAE (Dimethylaminoethanol) is a chemical naturally produced in small amounts in the human brain, and is found in high levels in anchovies and sardines. Initially, drug makers wanted to sell DMAE as a medication for attention deficit disorder (ADD) when studies in the 1970s showed that deanol, the chemical name for DMAE, reduced hyperactivity and improved concentration in schoolchildren with learning disabilities and behavior problems; however, further testing was considered too expensive, so it was then promoted as a nutritional supplement.


    Dimethylaminoethanol is related to choline and may be a biochemical precursor to the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, although this conclusion has been disputed. It is commonly believed that dimethylaminoethanol is methylated to produce choline in the brain, but this has been shown not to be the case. It is known that dimethylaminoethanol is processed by the liver into choline; however, the choline molecule is charged and cannot pass the blood–brain barrier. In the brain, DMAE is instead bound to phospholipids in place of Choline to produce Phosphatidyl-Dimethylaminoethanol. This is then incorporated into nerve membranes, increasing fluidity, permeability, and acting as an antioxidant.



    Short-term studies have shown an increase in vigilance and alertness with a positive influence on mood following administration of DMAE, vitamins, and minerals in individuals suffering from borderline emotional disturbance. Research for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has been promising, though inconclusive. A study showed dimethylaminoethanol to decrease the average life span of quail.


    There is currently a lack of scientific research on the health effects of DMAE. One of the few available reports is a small study published in the European Journal of Medical Research in 2003. For the study, 80 people (all of whom were known to have "borderline emotional disturbance") took either a placebo or a supplement containing vitamins, minerals, and DMAE every day for three months. Six weeks into the study, all participants were shown film excerpts with a range of emotional content. After another six weeks, participants were shown the film excerpts again. Looking at data on the study participants, researchers found that those who took the vitamin/mineral/DMAE supplements had a greater increase in wellbeing than those who took the placebo. Members of the treatment group also appeared to experience improvements in mood and attention. Given these findings, the study's authors suggest that use of DMAE supplements may be of some benefit to people experience emotional disturbance.

    Scientific evidence suggests DMAE may have benefits against the impulsive and disruptive behaviors caused by attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but it may also play a role in treating ordinary memory lapses that occur with age, and the effects of memory loss associated with Alzheimer's disease. Although thorough studies are incomplete, some people report better memory (especially short-term memory), as well as improved concentration, focus, mental clarity, and sleep after taking DMAE.

    A recent German study evaluated the brain's electrical reaction during video clips. Half of the subjects were then started on a daily dose of DMAE and testing repeated after twelve weeks. The results showed that those who took the DMAE daily were more alert. Furthermore, the questionnaires that were given out revealed that those on DMAE had a better mood. The researchers concluded, "DMAE can be interpreted to induce a psycho physiological state of better feeling of well-being on both levels of analysis mood and electrical pattern of brain activity."


    DMAE is a natural compound sometimes used as an ingredient in skin care products. DMAE cream, DMAE lotion, and other DMAE-based skin-care products are said to offer anti-aging benefits. While research on DMAE's effectiveness in skin-care is fairly limited, there's some evidence that using DMAE-based products may help improve skin. In 2005 it was reported in a research review from the American Journal of Clinical Dermatology that the benefits of DMAE in dermatology include a potential anti-inflammatory effect and a documented increase in skin firmness with possible improvement in underlying facial muscle tone. In their analysis of previously published research on the use of DMAE in skin care, the review's authors found that DMAE als may help reduce fine lines and improve the overall appearance of aging skin. The review's authors also note that DMAE does not appear to cause adverse effects such as peeling and dryness.


    Dimethylaminoethanol is used as a curing agent for polyurethanes and epoxy resins. It is also used in mass quantities for water treatment, and to some extent in the coatings industry. It is used in the synthesis of dyestuffs, textile auxiliaries, pharmaceuticals, emulsifiers, and corrosion inhibitors. It is also an additive to paint removers, boiler water and amino resins. It forms a number of salts with melting points below room temperature (ionic liquids) such as N,N-dimethylethanolammonium acetate and N,N-dimethylethanolammonium octanoate, which have been used as alternatives to conventional solvents.

    2-Dimethylaminoethyl chloride hydrochloride is an intermediate made from dimethylaminoethanol that is widely used for the manufacture of pharmaceuticals.


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    3. Ashford's Dictionary of Industrial Chemicals, 3rd edition, 2011, ISBN 978-0-9522674-3-0, page 3294
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    5. Zs-Nagy, I (1989). "On the role of intracellular physicochemistry in quantitative gene expression during aging and the effect of centrophenoxine. A review.". Archives of gerontology and geriatrics 9 (3): 215-229.
    6. Dimpfel W, Wedekind W, Keplinger I (May 2003). "Efficacy of dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) containing vitamin-mineral drug combination on EEG patterns in the presence of different emotional states". Eur. J. Med. Res. May 30; 8 (5): 183–91.
    7. Knobel M (1974). "Approach to a combined pharmacologic therapy of childhood hyperkinesis". Behav Neuropsychiatry 6 (1–12): 87–90.
    8. Cherkin A, Exkardt MJ (January 1977). "Effects of dimethylaminoethanol upon life-span and behavior of aged Japanese quail". J Gerontol 32 (1): 38–45.
    9. Grossman R. "The role of dimethylaminoethanol in cosmetic dermatology." Am J Clin Dermatol. 2005;6(1):39-47.


  • Earliest Research: Pfeiffer CC, Jenney EH, Gallagher W, et al. (September 1957). "Stimulant effect of 2-dimethylaminoethanol; possible precursor of brain acetylcholine". Science 126 (3274): 610–1.
  • As A Treatment For Tardive Dyskinesia: Haug BA, Holzgraefe M (1991). "Orofacial and respiratory tardive dyskinesia: potential side effects of 2-dimethylaminoethanol (deanol)?". Eur. Neurol. 31 (6): 423–5.
  • As An Unsuccessful Treatment For Alzheimer's Disease: Fisman M, Mersky H, Helmes E (July 1981). "Double-blind trial of 2-dimethylaminoethanol in Alzheimer's disease". Am J Psychiatry 138 (7): 970–2.



    DMAE is a nutritional supplement available in capsule, tablet and liquid forms.

    The recommended dose of DMAE for ADHD 100 to 300 mg, taken orally twice a day. For memory problems or Alzheimer's the recommended dose is 100 to 300 mg, taken orally twice a day. Take with meals for best absorption.

  • DMAE (Dimethylaminoethanol) Supplements & Products



    DMAE supplements will not work for everybody. DMAE is not intended to be a cure; however, it may be helpful. Maximum safe dosages for children or for pregnant or nursing mothers is not known. To avoid DMAE side effects take the recommended dose. High doses can cause anxiety, restlessness and muscle tenderness in the neck and shoulders.


    Very little is known about the safety of long-term use of DMAE supplements. However there is some concern that DMAE may trigger certain side effects, including increased blood pressure, stomach upset, drowsiness, confusion, and irritability. If you are considering the use of DMAE supplements, talk to your health care practitioner before starting your supplement regimen.


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    DMAE (Dimethylaminoethanol) is a chemical naturally produced in the human brain. It is thought to be used by the body in converting the precursor choline to the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine. This is the basis for the reasoning behind the theory that supplementing with DMAE will enhance brain activity .


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    DMAE-H3 is a concentrated solution of the PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid) salt of DMAE stabilized with benzoic acid. DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol) by itself is alkaline and caustic. Therefore, only salts and esters of DMAE are used. DMAE naturally occurs as liquid in its concentrated form. DMAE naturally occurs in fish.
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    Source Naturals Skin Eternal DMAE Cream contains a high potency of DMAE, shown in research to increase skin firmness. It also contains lipoic acid, ascorbyl palmitate (C-Ester), CoQ10, MSM and other skin supporting nutrients and plant extracts in a rich and luxurious base. DMAE cream helps your skin feel more supple and replenished without a lingering oily feeling. It has a fresh light scent.
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