Last Updated: September 28, 2022

Sulbutiamine is a synthetic molecule which consists of two Thiamine (Vitamin B1) molecules bound together by a sulfur group, and appears to be somewhat useful in alleviating fatigue; especially that associated with infection.

Sulbutiamine is most often used for

What are other names for Sulbutiamine?
Note that Sulbutiamine is also known as:
  • Arcalion
  • Enerion
  • Bisibuthiamine
  • Youvitan
Sulbutiamine should not be confused with:
  • Sibutramine (a pharmaceutical appetite suppressant)
Dosage information

Human studies using sulbutiamine supplementation have used 400mg daily. It is not clear if this is near the optimal dosage, and an ideal dosing regimen (with or without meals and how many divided doses a day) is not currently known.

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