Anabolic Steroid hormone Minoxidil for Anti-hairloss
1. Quick Details:
Molecular Formula: C9H15N5O
Molecular Weight: 209.25
Appearance: White or almost-white crystalline powder
Solubility: slightly soluble in water, soluble in methanol and in propylene glycol.
Purity: 97 ~ 103%
Packing: 25Kg/Drum or packing as your request
Storage & transportation: The product should be stored in original undamaged and unopened
1.Minoxidil powder is used for blood pressure control of hypertension and kidney
2. Minoxidil powder can make the hair hyperplasia
2. Product Description:
Minoxidil is currently the world's only significant effect hair loss topical chemical drugs . This medicine is used to lower blood pressure orally . If an external high doses , the drug will be absorbed into the body through the skin , may cause headache, hypotension. If you accidentally dropped his face , may cause the drop of the Department overgrown hairs . But it is precisely because " Minoxidil " is currently the world's only significant effect hair loss topical chemical drugs .
Minoxidil is an antihypertensive drug and a hair growth stimulant Vasodilator; treatment of hypertension; male pattern baldness.
Minoxidil is a vasodilator medication known for its ability to slow or stop hair loss and promote hair regrowth. It is available over the counter for treatment of androgenic alopecia, among other baldness treatments, but measurable changes disappear within months after discontinuation of treatment. Its effectiveness has largely been demonstrated in younger men (18 to 41 years of age), the younger the better, and in those with balding in the central (vertex) portion of the scalp
Minoxidil is a potassium channel agonist. It contains the chemical structure of nitric oxide), a blood vessel dilator, and may be a nitric oxide agonist. This appears to explain its vasodilatory effects, but may also be linked to minoxidil's ability to stimulate hair growth and treat hair loss. Since minoxidil is a nitric oxide-related compound, it was suspected to act via activation of guanylate cyclase, an enzyme involved in vasodilation.
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