Yes. As natural and safe as water and sun light. There are no dangerous side effects from DHEA.   DHEA is the abbreviation for dehydroepiandrosterone, the most abundant hormone precursor or pro-hormone in the human body. It is a large carbon chain molecule that is a crucial building block or base foundation for other smaller molecules, called hormones that are produced from it. It is produced and processed in the adrenal glands, gonads, and dermis.   DHEA was first identified in 1931 by Dr. Adolf Butenandt, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1939. Frequently called “the anti-aging hormoneâ€�, DHEA is a base for more than 50 hormones that are smaller or more specific carbon chain molecules in human metabolic biochemistry. DHEA is a precursor for all estrogenic and androgenic hormones, humans make DHEA naturally from birth.    Men and women produce more and more DHEA every year to about age 25, when levels are at their peak. After age 25, DHEA levels begin to decline at a rate of about two percent per year thereafter.         What does DHEA do? One of the primary roles for DHEA is a base hormone precursor. Hormones are the   Read more…