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Mucuna Pruriens Benefits, Dosage and Side Effects

Mucuna Pruriens is a powerful herbal and nootropic supplement that is taken mainly for getting the “L-Dopa” from the plant, and for increasing the supply of

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CDP-Choline, aka Citicoline

Citicoline, officially named Cytidine diphosphate-choline (CDP-Choline) or cytidine 5′-diphosphocholine occurs naturally in the brain and is available OTC in over 70 countries under names such as Ceraxon, Cognizin, NeurAxon, Somazina, and Synapsine. Citicoline is a popular “choline” supplement for use in racetam stacks.

Basics of Citicoline

Among choline sources, Citicoline is unique, for

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Alpha GPC (Alpha-glycerophosphocholine) doses as high as 1000 mg three times daily have been used in some studies, but other studies report significant effects in volunteers at dosages as low as 600 mg once daily, at least in terms of boosting growth hormone (GH) [7]. As a nootropic, the general recommended dosage is 100-500 mg one to two times

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L-Theanine   [1]. an amino acid and focusing agent found in green tea and guayusa, taken alone is slightly sedating. The addition of caffeine helps to balance if out via caffeine l-theanine synergy. Though related both chemically and structurally to GABA, it’s analytical signature is far richer and more diverse pharmacologically speaking. In certain brain regions, it

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Both noopept and piracetam modulate acetylcholine and glutamate (AMPA) function. These may underlie most of the cognitive enhancing effects seen with both substances.

Both increase sensitivity to Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) [2]. Noopept actually increases NGF levels, and NGF has long been linked to healthy brain function and repair.

Both may help mitochondrial function; piracetam by modulating amyloidal toxicity and

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Dark chocolate, the bitter taste is a favorite among lovers of chocolate, tea and coffee. In fact, some of the finest gourmet chocolates worldwide are made primarily from some percentage of unsweetened cacao.  But could dark chocolate, in addition to being a tasty treat also serve as a neuroprotective and even cognitive booster?

Vascular Health

According to research shared at examine.com,

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Social anxiety (SA) disorder also known as, Social Phobia, is a debilitating condition that almost everyone has experienced at some point in their lives. The most common form of social anxiety is fear of public speaking. This article will go over some of the common prescribed drugs as well as some over-the-counter (OTC) products that have been suggested to

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If you’re interested in getting started with cogitive enhancement through the use of nootropics you’ll probably want to get a good idea of what kind of stacks would be best to test out at the beginning. First of all, if you’re brand new to nootropic supplementation you may be wondering what exactly we mean by a “stack.” Stacking involves combining

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As most of you know, laws differ from country to country. We carry many products and some may be not fit for import into some countries. Also, several countries have several of our products listed as a prescription only import. We constantly review this list to add any updates available.  Major customer locations are listed below; nations with poor credit

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Phosphatidylcholine (PC), not to be confused with phosphatidylserine (another nootropic), is most commonly extracted from sunflower or soy lecithin. In mouse models of Alzheimer’s disease, Phosphatidylcholine improves memory [1] and function of acetylcholine, a critical brain neurotransmitter. In the same models, deficiency of PC leads to increased rates of nerve degeneration.

The main dietary source of PC is unprocessed lecithin

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