Why you may need NeuPerzine®: Vastly complex, the human nervous system coordinates innumerable
processes via, a host of chemical messengers called neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are used for
everything from signaling the heart and lungs to function, to enabling the body to sleep so regeneration and repair
can occur. Emotions, affect, mood, appetite, and even energy levels are also regulated by neurotransmitters. Unfortunately, neurotransmitters operate within a very narrow confine, and their balance can be easily disrupted by a variety of factors including genetics, immune function, diet, stress, and general chemical toxicity. NeuPerzine® ® contains huperzine A, a a powerful acetylcholinesterase inhibitor which makes acetycholine more readily available in the brain, and according to published research, can enhance memory. NeuPerzine® is a natural sesquiterpene alkaloid compound extracted from the plant Huperzia serrata and is a compound that is utilized in neurology for memory support.
Why your healthcare practitioner recommends NeuPerzine®: When healthcare practitioners have determined that a patients’ neurotransmitters are imbalanced, they may choose to address it in a variety of ways including diet, exercise, and strategic supplementation. NeuPerzine® contains a natural compound extracted from the Huperzia serrata plant. This natural compound has been shown to enhance memory in students (1), while pharmaceutical derivatives of this natural compound are currently under study for the treatment of Alzheimers (2). In fact, huperzine A compares favorably to synthetic acetylcholinesterase inhibitors in use with the additional benefit of being an antioxidant and neuroprotective. It has been found to be protective against beta amyloid-mediated oxidative stress and apoptosis. It supports general cognition, global clinical status, behavioral disturbance and functional performance. Once again, Biotics Research brings to you supplements representing “The Best of Science & Nature”.
1. Sun, QQ; Xu, SS; Pan, JL; Guo, HM; Cao, WQ (1999). “Huperzine-A capsules enhance memory and learning performance in 34 pairs of matched adolescent students.”. Zhong-guo yao li xue bao = Acta pharmacologica Sinica 20 (7): 601–3
2. Shulgina GI (1986). “On neurotransmitter mechanisms of reinforcement and internal inhibition”. Pavlov J Biol Sci 21 (4): 129–40