Phenibut is a Russian Nootropic that is most commonly used for boosting mood, assisting with anxiousness and helping to promote a healthy mood and/or sleep. Very briefly, the Phenibut molecule can be thought of as a ‘key’ to unlock ‘locks’ in the brain called GABA-receptors. The body’s own ‘key’ is called GABA, and when this unlocks the GABA-receptors, our brains have a lower response to signals from the Central Nervous System. This is what creates the effects of relaxation, social ease, pain relief and drowsiness when our bodies produce GABA. This tends to happen at night or when we are really tired.
Our bodies are constantly regulating signals from the Central Nervous System using GABA molecules. Mostly, we hardly even notice the effects. However, when we take a substance like Phenibut, which is also a ‘key’ to unlock the GABA-receptor ‘locks’ we get the same effects which could be stronger.
This formula is an Optimal methylation formula with activating co-factor created by Kendal Stewart, MD to support the methylation pathway and provide adequate Folinic Acid and methyl folate (5-MTHF).
Methyl Folate Plus™ is designed to be used in conjunction with our Methylation Complete Dissolvable Tablets OR Neuro-Immune Stabilizer Topical Cream that provides the activating co-factors to deliver the additional tetrahydrofolate to support issues associated with methylation deficiencies.. Most often poor methylators will need additional methyl folate.
The addition of Niacinamide helps support the mitochondria and supports as a cofactor for the delivery of the other ingredients in Methyl Folate Plus.
The typical indications for this product include but are not limited to:
* Presence of Folate Receptor Autoantibodies
*Homozygous (2 copies) MTHFR polymorphism
*Development (ages 8-20)
*Slow recovery from major neurological injuries
*Moderate to severe autism spectrum issues
*Poor recovery from traumatic injury
Who Needs Methyl Folate Plus? from Neurobiologix on Vimeo with Dr. Kendal Stewart.
As the primary engines of almost all bioenergy production, the mitochondria rank among the structures most vulnerable to destruction from oxidative stress and damage. PQQ’s formidable free radical–scavenging capacity helps the mitochondria with superior antioxidant protection along with other cognitive support.*
As a bioactive coenzyme, PQQ actively participates in the energy transfer within the mitochondria that supplies the body with most of its bioenergy (like CoQ10).
Pyrroloquinoline Quinone and Co- Enzyme Q-10 are the two major ingredients which form this powerful supplement. The combination of these ingredients is developed to support memory recall , mitochondrial energy and to show positive results. CogniQ has antioxidant properties that may protect oxidation of cells.*
(PEA) is a bio-identical fatty acid amide that Is normally
synthesized by healthy
tissue In the human body in
response to inflammation. PEA is made by various
plants and animals and is present
throughout the animal kingdom. PEA can be found in many different tissues
retina, white blood cells, mast cells and adipocytes.
Supplementing with PEA
has been scientlffcally shown
to naturally assist
in the reduction
of inflammation and to have neuro-protective and possibly pain control effects.
This natural anti-inflammatory supports the nervous system and abnormal immune responses.*
Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) – backed by more than 300+ medical studies, has been shown to be or assist with:
Mast cells are a type of immune system cell that responds to chemical signals from tissue injury. When mast cells “degranulate,” they release a payload of inflammatory cytokines, NGF, histamines, and other molecules in the surrounding tissue. These chemicals attract white blood cells and activate their immune response against pathogens. Mast cells also activate nociceptors (pain receptors) with the chemicals they secrete. How does it work?Palmitoylethanolamide is thought to act primarily on the Peroxisome Proliferator Activated Receptor Alpha (PPAR-α), a receptor in the cell nucleus. It also has affinity for the cannabinoid-like G-coupled receptors GPR55 and GPR119, although it has no affinity for the classical cannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2. This is why it is sometimes referred to as a non-psychoactive “indirect endocannabinoid.”
It does not block pain signals the way opioids and other analgestics do. Instead it works upstream by supporting the healthy function of glial cells and mast cells.*
Please read our latest blog "PEA For Pain": http://neurobiologix.com/v/vspfiles/downloadables/PEAforPainBlog.pd