DNP

Pharmaceutical Fat Loss Sodium 2, 4-Dinitrophenate CAS 1011-73-0 DNP

 

Product name : Sodium 2,4-dinitrophenate
Synonyms : Sodium 2,4-dinitrophenate;SODIUM-2,4-DINITROPHENOL;SODIUM 2,4-DINITROPHENOLATE;2,4-DINITROPHENOL SODIUM SALT;
2,4-dinitrophenol,sodiumsalt(as;2,4-dinitrophenol,sodiumsalt(asimpurity);2,4-dinitro-phenosodiumsalt;Dinitrophenol,sodiumsalt
Appearance : Deep Yellow Crystal Powder
Purity : 99%
CAS : 1011-73-0
EINECS: 213-786-7
MF : C6H3N2NaO5
MP : 114-115° C
MW : 206.09
Storage : Store in cool and dry area and keep away from direct sunlight.
Strictly prohibit being putted or transported together with toxic and hazardous.
It is non-dangerous goods, as general chemical for transportation.
Handle gently and prevent the sun and rain.
Shelf life : 2 Years
Package : 25kg/Bag

 

DNP Description

Deep yellow crystal powder, it is faint soluble in water, soluble in organic solvents, such as ethyl alcohol, diethyl and benzene.

Stable in room temperature, has possibility to explosive when meet naked flame or be stroked.
Application

Sodium 2, 4-dinitrophenolate can quickly infiltrate through the plant body, quicken the speed of nutrition absorption of plant roots, promote plant sprouting, rooting and avoid falling blooms and fruits
1. To be used as plant-growth regulator;
2. To be used as intermediate Chemicals.

 

Usage of DNP Powder

2,4-Dinitrophenol (DNP) is reported to cause rapid loss of weight, but unfortunately is associated with an unacceptably high rate of significant adverse effects .

DNP is sold mostly over the internet under a number of different names as a weight loss/slimming aid. It causes uncoupling of oxidative phosphorylation; the classic symptom complex associated with toxicity of phenol-based products such as DNP is a combination of hyperthermia, tachycardia, diaphoresis and tachypnoea, eventually leading to death .

Fatalities related to exposure to DNP have been reported since the turn of the twentieth century. To date, there have been 62 published deaths in the medical literature attributed to DNP. In this review, we will describe the pattern and pathophysiology of DNP toxicity and summarise the previous fatalities associated with exposure to DNP .

 

Recommend dosage of DNP Powders

The recommend dosage is between 2-6mg/kg-bw per day for crystalline DNP and 4-10mg/kg-bw for powdered DNP.

A beginner should always start off at the low end to assess tolerance. Trying this for the first time 2 weeks before a competition can be disastrous. A 220lb man is 100kg exactly. This means that if he is a first time user of crystalline DNP then he should take 200mg per day. I suggest staying with this dose for at least 3 days to keep it safe, then slowly increase the dosage. 400mg/day can be used, but never take it all at once. Always split up the doses as far as possible, so for 400mg/day that would mean taking 1 200mg capsule every 12 hours.

Only on rare occasions should someone attempt 600mg/day with the crystalline capsules unless it’s used by a very experi- enced user and all the vital signs are closely monitored. Cycle length depends largely on the individual. At first it was thought that a DNP cycle should be limit- ed to 10 days at the most because the thyroids shuts down and t4 to t3 conversion in the liver becomes nil, however, this is not the case. 10 days is a very arbitrary number .

A person taking 200mg/day would have almost completely normal thyroid function at day 10 whereas if s/he took 600mg/day, t3 would be non existent after 3 days. While the t3 hormone plays a very large role in determining fat loss, it should not be a big concern while on DNP because the fat burning capabilities of DNP will more than compensate for the suppressed t3 levels. An advantage to suppressed t3 levels is that the body will burn much less muscle while still burning fat on DNP. Normal t3 and thyroid function is restored within a week of stopping DNP .

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