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MrTom

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  1. Hipshot, Aspirin isn't a blood thinner it inhibts the action of platlets which is a different matter and so it's probably useless for CH.
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    BOL - CAS Number - Salt?

    BOL is an amide which means it contains a nitrogen atom. In BOL the nitrogen atom has formed three bonds (one to a C=O and two to CH2CH3 ethyl groups). BOL can be mixed with an acid, probably tartaric acid which means the nitrogen atom picks up a H+ ion. This means the BOL molecule becomes positively charged. This increases the water solubility of BOL and probably increases the bioavailablity. HOWEVER the salt of BOL will contain less BOL per unit mass than pure BOL as the molecular weight of a BOL salt is greater
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