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Sulbutiamine is a synthetic version of thiamine (B-1 Vitamin). Also known as Arcalion, Enerion, Bisibuthiamine, and Youvitan.  Sulbutiamine was initially developed in Japan as a super-charged B-1 vitamin to offset the effects of chronic thiamine deficiency which is more common in Japan than in the West.

The B Vitamins are vital to a healthy nervous system and lack of thiamine (B-1

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The brain is the central processing unit for the entire body as well as the seat of consciousness. As such, it is an incredibly sophisticated organ that manages to translate electrical impulses and chemical reactions into the vast array of human experience, behavior and cognition. The brain contains literally billions of neurons, or “brain cells.” Neurons communicate with each other

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If you’re taking nootropic supplements, it is probably because you’re seeking a competitive edge on the cognitive front. In order to get the most benefit from tweaking one’s own neurochemistry, you should have a basic passing understanding of how the brain and it’s neurochemistry works. Caffeine may help you get a few more hours of work done and delay the

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