Sulbutiamine is a synthetic version of Thiamine, otherwise known as vitamin B1. This unique chemical compound was first developed by the Japanese with the express purpose of reversing the effects of chronic B1 deficiency. Supplementing with Sulbutiamine has also been demonstrated to have profound nootropic effects resulting in a boost of energy, cognition, and mood.
BENEFITS AND EFFECTS
The most well-known and remarked upon benefit that Sulbutiamine provides is its ability to improve the memory of people who take it regularly. People who have taken Sulbutiamine on a regular basis have noted a marked increase in their ability to take in and retain information. In other words, they have noticed an improvement in both their short and long-term memory skills.
Increased Alertness and Energy Levels
The specific effect that Sulbutiamine has on dopamine levels in the human brain is a source of ongoing scientific and medical research. It seems that Sulbutiamine stimulates the ability of users to focus their concentration on specific tasks, while simultaneously enhancing their ability to perceive and react productively to events that are occurring around them. For this reason, many users have reported that Sulbutiamine is an excellent study aid.
Improved Mood and Reduced Anxiety
Sulbutiamine has also been shown, at least anecdotally, to have a positive effect on a user’s general mood, particularly when it comes to reducing anxiety. Again, this is due to the ability of Sulbutiamine to stimulate the levels of dopamine in the brain. It seems that the increased ability to focus and concentrate on one’s tasks and general surroundings leads naturally to an improvement in mood.
HOW IT WORKS
Sulbutiamine has long been classified as a synthetic version of Thiamine, precisely because it emulates the positive effects that are associated with vitamin B1. Perhaps the chief reason that many people prefer Sulbutiamine to genuine thiamine is that it crosses the blood-brain barrier much more easily, giving rise more quickly to even stronger results.
Once the blood-brain barrier has been crossed, Sulbutiamine has an immediate effect on the cholinergic, glutamatergic, and dopamine receptors that influence such vital activities as concentration, memory, and mood. Because Sulbutiamine is extremely fat soluble, it circulates widely and rapidly throughout the brain and body, making its presence known very quickly by the scope and magnitude of its resulting effects.
The average recommended dosage of Sulbutiamine will normally vary between a level of 400 and 800 mg, not to be exceeded within a period of 24 hours. Once you have ascertained the dosage level that is right for you, you can begin taking the supplement immediately. Whether you take Sulbutiamine in bulk or pill form, you should note that Sulbutiamine is fat soluble,
rather than water soluble. This means that, although Sulbutiamine works most rapidly when taken with a liquid, it is not capable of being mixed with the usual juices (apple, orange, and the like) that are associated with the consumption of health supplements and instead should be taken with a fat source such as oil or milk.
One of the primary sources of the continuing appeal of Sulbutiamine is its relative lack of potentially harmful side effects. Perhaps the most common side effect is an increase in anxiety and irritability. There have been a few reports of nausea however these reports are minimal. However, it should also quickly be added that these particular side effects tend to appear after much larger than normally recommended doses of the supplement have been ingested.
25g, 50g, 100g