PABA (as Paraaminobenzoic Acid)
What is PABA (as Paraaminobenzoic Acid)?
Para-aminobenzoic acid, or PABA, is a chemical that assists bacteria and plants in making folate. PABA is a chemical that occurs naturally in the body. It is also found in several foods including grains, eggs, milk, and meat. para-aminobenzoic acid (PABA), also called aminobenzoic acid, is a vitamin-like substance and a growth factor required by several types of microorganisms. In bacteria, PABA is used in the synthesis of the vitamin folic acid.
PABA (as Paraaminobenzoic Acid) Benefits:PABA occurs naturally as a member of the B-complex group of vitamins. PABA is used to treat infertility in women, arthritis, "tired blood" (anemia), rheumatic fever, constipation, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), and headaches. It is also used to darken gray hair, prevent hair loss, make skin look younger, and prevent sunburn.
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