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  • Synephrine vs Caffeine: Let's Examine!

    Synephrine effects

    synephrine vs caffeine Synephrine: Boosts metabolism.

    Synephrine is a substance that helps to stimulate the metabolism. It also boosts power and number of repetitions during a workout. The main effects of synephrine come from its ability to trick the body into increasing the rate of metabolism and energy use.

     

    It works as a brain chemical similar to serotonin or norepinephrine. The body ‘eats’ synephrine using enzymes called Monamine Oxidase enzymes (MAOs). Unlike many similar compounds, synephrine supplements do not produce any negative side effects and it is regarded as being very safe.[1]

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  • Is Synephrine safe? - 5 Tips for Safe Consumption

    Is Synephrine bad for my body?

    The bitter orange plant, Citrus aurantium, is a plant found in Asia and the Mediterranean. It has a long history of use in traditional Chinese medicine. Bitter orange contains both m-synephrine and p-synephrine. Synephrine is safe, while ephedrine can be dangerous. We only sell pure p-synephrine.

    Synephrine is consumed by millions of people around the world, both as an extract supplement and also in citrus juices.

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  • What is Synephrine? - 5 Basic Facts

    Synephrine facts: History

     

    Synephrine actually has a very long history of use. The bitter orange plant is a native species to tropical Asia and eastern Africa. It has a long history of being used as a medicinal plant in throughout Asia as well as in the Amazon rainforest. 

     

    Traditionally it was used as a treatment for nausea, constipation, and indigestion. It was also used in the Mediterranean for the treatment of heartburn as well as to promote weight loss and decrease appetite. Oil extracts were sometimes applied to the skin, but it has mostly been used in its extract form.[1]

     

    The bitter orange fruit is high in both ephedrine and synephrine. Use of ephedrine can be very dangerous to people with underlying medical conditions or when combining with caffeine or other stimulants. We only stock pure synephrine.

    Synephrine facts The bitter orange tree, found in Asia and Mediterranean.

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  • Is Phenibut Really Safe To Use? - 4 Things To Consider

    Is Phenibut bad for my body?

    Phenibut was developed by Russian scientists in the 1960s as an anti-anxiety and anti-stress substance. It was later included in Russian astronaut’s standard medical kit in case of situations that were high-stress but that required the astronauts to be able to still function normally.

    Clinical studies have found that Phenibut is not necessarily bad for your body when used at the correct normal doses. In fact, it is used to alleviate stress while still allowing the user to function normally.[1] However, Phenibut has the potential to cause harm to your body if used irresponsibly and MUST BE HANDLED WITH CARE.

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  • Why is Phenibut used for Sleep? - 4 Tips to Consider

    Phenibut has tranquillizing effects

     

    Phenibut is commonly prescribed for anxiety treatment and as a sleeping aid, in Russia. It is not used as a medical substance in the West, but it can be bought as a Nootropic agent. Phenibut is known as a GABA-agonist and it specifically targets GABA-B receptors to achieve its effects, as well as stimulating dopamine production (increases mood).

    This is a very interesting mechanism and similar to the mode of action of many other anti-stress substances including benzodiazepines. At higher doses, Phenibut is said to also target GABA-A receptors – the same receptors that are targeted by alcohol.[1]

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  • How long does Phenibut last?

    How long does it take to feel Phenibut?

    According to experiences posted on Erowid.org, Phenibut usually takes around 60 to 90 minutes to feel the first effects. The full dose will usually only be felt around 2 hours after taking Phenibut. This is backed up by user reviews on the internet. People are aware that Phenibut has a fairly long onset time. The effects of Phenibut also last quite long.[1]

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  • Can you use Phenibut to cure a hangover?

    Phenibut is commonly used as an effective anti-stress product, and sometimes as a hangover cure. It is known to increase the user’s mood and to promote sociability. It can reduce feelings of pain and promotes a feeling of calmness and well-being.
    It has also been reported to have some nootropic properties, and a few studies have found that it is capable of providing the heart and brain with extra protection from harmful stresses, such as heat and lack of oxygen.[1] However, due to its potential to cause harm, Phenibut MUST BE USED RESPONSIBLY. 

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  • The Ultimate Phenibut Dosage Guide and How To Take It

    What Phenibut does

    Phenibut is a Russian Nootropic that is most commonly used for boosting mood, reducing feelings of stress, and helping to promote healthy sleep. Phenibut has a pretty complicated way that it interacts with the body, but interestingly, it is similar to the way that alcohol works (by binding to GABA receptors. In this article, we will guide you to the right serving directions for taking Phenibut. If you’d like to read more about it, we’d recommend reading our Phenibut article under the product description.

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  • What Supplement Can Be The King Of Nootropics - To Unleash 'Limitless' Brain Power?

    Who Will Ascent To The Throne Of Nootropics And Become King?

    What are Nootropics[1] ”smart drugs” and how did they become popular?

    The term Nootropic, which means “toward the mind”, was first coined in the early 1970’s meaning literally denotatively (mind bend/turn). However, the idea of a Nootropic supplement, quickly became popular with the 2011 movie “Limitless”.[2] By 2015, the global sales of this broad category of compounds exceeded $1billion.
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  • Importance of Standardizing Extracts

    Extract standardization is the process supplements companies use to make sure that all their products are of the same quality and purity. A standardized extract has one or more chemical compounds in a guaranteed amount and the amount is usually written as a percentage.

    There are two main methods of standardization, and which one is used depends on whether the active compound is known or not. Standardization to a marker compound is used when a herb or plant is known to have beneficial effects, but the compound or compounds that create the effects have not yet been found out. When the active compounds are not known companies must choose a marker compound, an easily identifiable compound that occurs only the herb or plant of choice, in sufficient quantities, and standardize their extracts using the marker compound as their ‘target’.

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