Vinpocetine – Product Information
Vinpocetine is a ‘phytonutrient’ that is primarily believed to have the potential to improve dementia in Alzheimer’s disease, hearing impairment, concentration, mental attention, and macular degeneration (an eye disease that causes vision loss).
It also has the potential to become a neuroprotective agent, preventing brain or spinal cord damage from ischemic stroke, convulsions, or trauma. Vinpocetine may even treat menopausal symptoms, chronic fatigue syndrome, seizures (fits), and prevent motion sickness.
Even though vinpocetine supplements could possibly provide the mentioned medical benefits, the experimental chemical still requires clinical trials. Patients experiencing the stated illnesses are not advised to rely solely on vinpocetine as a form of treatment.
Vinpocetine for sale from PureRawz is for laboratory research only and is not for human consumption.
|Molar Mass||350.5 g/mol|
|IUPAC Name||ethyl (15S,19S)-15-ethyl-1,11-diazapentacyclo[9.6.2.02,7.08,18.015,19]nonadeca-2,4,6,8(18),16-pentaene-17-carboxylate|
What is Vinpocetine?
Vinpocetine is a synthetic substance similar to a substance found in the periwinkle plant (Vinca minor).
Though evidence for its brain health benefits is mixed, it has the potential to improve cognitive function while also increasing total cerebral blood flow and metabolism. Vinpocetine still requires several clinical trials to determine its exact effect on a certain disease or health condition.
Vinpocetine is not approved as a pharmaceutical in the United States and is not even an approved dietary supplement. This research compound should only be purchased for research purposes.
Purported Effectiveness of Vinpocetine
Vinpocetine and Memory Loss
According to the chosen clinical trials, Vinpocetine can potentially provide mental support and may treat short-term memory loss in patients with early dementia or other indications of cerebrovascular illnesses.
In a clinical trial with chosen patients who had impaired blood flow to the brain, Vinpocetine was given intravenously for one week. The substance under lab study was then taken orally for 90 days to treat the symptoms of cognitive decline. They saw a notable improvement in their physical balance, and this could be due to Vinpocetine’s ability to improve cognitive performance. [R]
It is well-established that individuals with cognitive impairment or brain damage have an increased TPSO system, which acts as a sensor of brain injury and microglial activation.
Vinpocetine and Stroke
Aside from promoting brain health, Vinpocetine may also help people who experienced a stroke. The activity of Vinpocetine as a platelet aggregation inhibitor and an activator of erythrocyte deformability lowers blood viscosity, in addition to selectively increasing cerebral blood flow, giving this substance the potential to treat ischemic stroke. [R]
Vinpocetine and Cancer
Vinpocetine, both in vitro and in vivo, inhibits the growth of breast cancer cells. [R]
It enhances the effects of radiation therapy in tumor cells in animal studies. [R]
Preliminary data in nasopharyngeal carcinoma patients with radiation injury suggest that a combination of Vinpocetine and dexamethasone may be more effective for cognitive impairment than dexamethasone alone. [R]
It is still worth mentioning that research on cancer patients, in general, is lacking.
Vinpocetine and Alzheimer’s Disease
Vinpocetine has been studied as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease and disorders of the nervous and circulatory systems because it may increase blood flow to the brain without modifying circulatory parameters. [R] However, more research is required before it can be recommended.
How Does Vinpocetine Work?
Vinpocetine is a synthetic apovincamine ethyl ester derived from an alkaloid found in the plant fiber of a common periwinkle plant. [R]
Vinpocetine inhibits PDE1 activity and improves cerebral blood flow by increasing cGMP and cAMP, increasing mitochondrial function, and improving the brain’s utilization of glucose and oxygen. Vinpocetine improves spatial memory in rats by preventing neuronal damage and modulating cholinergic function favorably. [R]
Reviews about this research compound suggest a dosage of three tablets, but again Vinpocetine should only be intended for research usage. It is not a recommended supplement for human consumption.
Commercially produced Vinpocetine usually comes as gluten-free and consists of magnesium stearate along with other ingredients, including stearic acid and microcrystalline cellulose.
Does Vinpocetine Have Side Effects?
Vinpocetine is still being subjected to numerous laboratory studies, which means this synthetic compound is considered unsafe for regular human consumption.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Vinpocetine safe?
As stated above, the nootropic under consideration may pose specific adverse effects to humans, so you should not buy Vinpocetine unless it is for research-focus endeavors.
What other SARMs can you research alongside Vinpocetine?
Noopept is another synthetic nootropic that can be stacked with Vinpocetine.
Where can you buy Vinpocetine online?
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