Place of Origin: China
1.Promotes infant brain and mental development
2.Improve nerve conduction and visual function
3.Helps to maintain and, in some cases, improve heart and cardiovascular function
4.Improve the endocrine status, and enhance the body's immune
5.Affects lipid absorption
7.Maintain the normal reproductive function
8.Good effects on liver and gallbladder.
9.Antipyretic and anti-inflammatory effects
10.Lower blood pressure and blood suger
11.Revitalize skin cells, and provide the young skin with rapid continuous energy and multiple protection
Taurine is a nonprotein sulfur-containing amino acid and smell-less, sourish and innoxious white acicular crystal. It is a major constituent of bile and can be found in the lower intestine and, in small amounts, in the tissues of many animals, including humans.