Lithium aspartate

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Lithium aspartate, is a salt of aspartic acid and lithium. It is sometimes marketed as a dietary supplement used in small doses to treat certain medical conditions; however, there are no systematic reviews supporting the efficacy, or safety, of lithium aspartate and it is not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of any medical condition. Published research on lithium aspartate is sparse.[1][2][3]

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  1. ^ Müller-Oerlinghausen B, Imiela M (June 1986). "Is lithium aspartate at low serum levels more effective than the usual lithium salts?". Nervenarzt. 57 (6): 370–3. PMID 3736729. 
  2. ^ Olbrich R, Watzl H, Völter M, Siedow H (March 1991). "Lithium in the treatment of chronic alcoholic patients with brain damage--a controlled study". Nervenarzt. 62 (3): 182–6. PMID 2052117. 
  3. ^ Daunderer M (September 1982). "Lithium aspartate in drug dependence". Fortschr. Med. 100 (33): 1500–2. PMID 7129311. 

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