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Vinpocetine

$ 19.95 (180 x 10 mg tablets)

Benefits

  • REDUCES CEREBRAL INFLAMMATION - Vinpocetine has been shown to reduce cerebral inflammation.
  • IMPROVES BRAIN BLOOD FLOW - Vinpocetine has been shown to improve cerebral blood flow, making more oxygen available to brain cells.
  • MAY IMPROVE MEMORY - Some studies have shown Vinpocetine to improve memory when taken as a supplement.
  • MADE IN THE USA - Our Vinpocetine is manufactured right here in the US.

Description

Vinpocetine is a compound found in the Periwinkle plant and is used as a neuroprotective and anti-aging supplement. A common nootropic, Vinpocetine enhances cerebral blood flow and is believed to increase memory.

Vinpocetine also appears to be neuroprotective and to slow the rate of cognitive decline, although it is still understudied in this area compared to other more common nootropics.

Recommended Dosage

The standard dosage range recommended for Vinpocetine daily is between 15-60 mg, divided into three daily doses and taken with meals.

The low end dosing protocol recommended is to take 5 mg three times a day with meals, while the high end dosing protocol is to take 20 mg three times a day with meals. We do not recommend exceeding a 60 mg per day dose.

Most studies on Vinpocetine and memory have been performed in the 30-40 mg daily dose range, and this is what we recommend for optimal benefits.

Vinpocetine Side Effects

When taken orally, Vinpocetine is safe and well tolerated and studies have found no significant harmful effects after a year of daily use at 60 mg. Adverse side effects, while rare, have been observed in some cases and include stomach aches, nausea, sleep disturbances, headache, dizziness, and flushing of the face.

Vinpocetine should not be used with prescription medications that slow blood cotting such as clopidogrel or Coumadin. OTC drugs such as aspirin should also be avoided when using Vinpocetine.

* These reviews are the experiences of the individual customers that submitted them, results may differ from person to person.