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  • What is Rhodiola Rosea? The Anti-Fatigue Herb from the Arctic

    Rhodiola Rosea (also known as the arctic root, golden root, rose root, king’s crown) is a perennial flowering plant that grows in the high latitudes of the northern hemisphere. It’s a very interesting plant with a long history of use in traditional medicine, in both Chinese and Scandinavian traditions, where it has been used for centuries as a means to support a healthy body and to reduce fatigue.[1]

    Rhodiola is considered to be one of the world’s most effective adaptogen supplements – meaning that it helps the body to cope with stress and adapt to changes in the environment. It can also be used to support a healthy mood and to boost physical energy levels. In this article, we explore the question that so many people are asking: ‘What is Rhodiola Rosea?’.
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  • What Do People Use Taurine For? Top 10 Uses!

    Taurine is an essential ingredient in energy drinks, where it is combined with caffeine and sugar. It’s produced naturally in our bodies, where it is transported to tissues that require lots of energy. Taurine has protective properties in your body’s cells, which is why it is such an important supplement.

    In this article, we explore the top benefits that people use Taurine for. This remarkable compound has a great variety of benefits and effects. Some are already established with lots of scientific research behind them, while others still require more research. Read on for the top ten uses for Taurine!
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  • What is Taurine? Top 4 Facts About What's In Your Energy Drink

    So, what is Taurine? If you’ve ever had an energy drink you’ve probably consumed high doses of Taurine, but what is this mysterious compound? In this article, we’ll examine the top benefits and effects of Taurine.

    Taurine is similar to amino acids but is ‘not quite’ an amino acid. It is a very safe supplement to take at the recommended dosage because it is similar to chemicals that your body makes naturally. Taurine is often used as a mood and energy boosting chemical and is found in many energy drinks, most often combined with caffeine.
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  • Phenylethylamine with WHAT?! Top 5 PEA Stacks

    If you’ve read about phenylethylamine, you’ll probably already know that it has a fairly short-lived effect. Taking PEA on its own, you can expect to feel effects for around 1-2 hours. This is why people often look for PEA stacks and how to take PEA with other supplements.

    We’ve outlined five of the most popular stacks that people ask about. Some of them work wonders and produce euphoric, long-lasting effects. Others, we recommend avoiding. Please read through this list of top phenylethylamine stacks before deciding on your own supplement combination.
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  • Get high off chocolate? Phenylethylamine is the 'love drug'

    Phenylethylamine is a stimulating compound found in a number of food sources and produced naturally in our bodies. Phenylethylamine (PEA) helps to boost your mood, energy, and focus. When people talk about the ‘runner’s high’ they’re often talking about PEA.

     

    Phenylethylamine is broken down very rapidly by enzymes and its effects only last for around 1-2 hours. Taking PEA with some MAO-B substrates like Hordenine helps to prolong the effects for a few more hours. Phenylethylamine is a stimulant but is considered safe because of how quickly its broken down. The common PEA dosage is around 500 – 1500 mg daily.[1]
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  • Synephrine vs Ephedrine: What You Need to Know

    Bitter orange fruit - Background

     

    synephrine vs ephedrine Bitter orange - used in Marmalade

    The bitter orange fruit is a common source of synephrine. Bitter orange is used in a variety of products in industries. Neroli oil and petitgrain oil, which are used in the fragrance and food industries, are extracted from the bitter orange fruit. The peels of the bitter orange are also commonly used to make traditional marmalade.

     

    The bitter orange fruit is high in p-synephrine. This compound is chemically very similar to ephedrine. However, synephrine is considered much safer for use than ephedrine.[1]

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