Sulbutiamine (Arcalion) – 200 mg x 60 capsules
Sulbutiamine is an effective nootropic for boosting energy levels and increasing mental drive. Sulbutiamine, also known as “Arcalion”, is a water-soluble derivative of Vitamin B1 (Thiamine).
√ A Brain Stimulant
√ Reduces Anxiety & Stress
√ Enhances Mood & Energy
Sulbutiamine is known to improve stamina and the ability to recover faster from illness and infection.
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Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement take one capsule 1 to 3 times daily with meals or as directed by your health care professional.
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What is Sulbutiamine?
Sulbutiamine is a popular product that boosts mental and physical energy. By increasing levels of Thiamin (vitamin B1) in the brain and body, Sulbutiamine increases energy levels, improves cognitive ability and helps patients overcome chronic fatigue (asthenia). It also improves physical ability and stamina.
Uses for Sulbutiamine
Sulbutiamine increases energy production in the brain cells to stimulate mental processes and address the root causes of chronic fatigue. It can also reduce the risk of degenerative cognitive diseases such as Alzheimer’s and provide effective relief for people who already have the illness.
As well as having nootropic properties, Sulbutiamine is a true age management product. It increases physical ability, stamina and longevity by boosting energy production throughout the body.
Because it helps the body convert food into energy more effectively, sulbutiamine caps are sometimes taken by people who train hard.
Sulbutiamines Method of Action
Thiamin (vitamin B1) is essential for a healthy mind and body, fighting fatigue (asthenia), aiding concentration, and improving memory. However, Thiamin doesn’t easily cross the blood/brain barrier when taken as a supplement, which is where Sulbutiamine comes in.
Sulbutiamine is a form of Thiamine that crosses the blood/brain barrier quickly and easily. When it is absorbed in the brain, sulbutiamine acts as a nootropic, improving energy production in the brain cells and enhancing cognitive ability.
To improve physical capabilities,Sulbutiamine helps the body convert food into energy more efficiently. It also improves the function of the central nervous system by increasing levels of key neurotransmitter acetylcholine and strengthens “myelin sheaths”, the protective coverings of our nerves.
Benefits of Sulbutiamine
By increasing energy in the brain and body and stimulating the central nervous system, Sulbutiamine may:
- Improve alertness, concentration and memory.
- Address the root causes of chronic fatigue and improve patients energy levels.
- Increase libido and improve erectile function in men.
- Protect nerves and their protective coverings.
- Alleviate the symptoms of degenerative cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease.
Development, trials and approvals
In clinical trials, Sulbutiamine has been shown to improve concentration and alertness, quicken reaction times, and significantly enhance memory, as well as lessening the symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease. It has also been shown to improve physical ability and stamina and enhance libido and erectile function in men.
Sulbutiamine has been used to overcome anxiety disorders and may improve the brain’s resistance to stressful or difficult situations.
How to take Sulbutiamine
A typical dose for Sulbutiamine is 12.5 mg per kg of body weight (1kg = 2lb 3oz). However, some manufacturers recommend lower doses and you should always follow your medical professional’s advice.
Sulbutiamine side effects and contraindications
Sulbutiamine has very few side effects. In a small percentage of cases, people have reported a mild skin allergy after taking Sulbutiamine caps, and this is slightly more frequent in elderly people.
When taken in very large quantities, sulbutiamine may interfere with treatment for bi-polar disorder.
Comparable products to Sulbutiamine
Sulbutiamine belongs to the family of nootropics. Nootropics ‘wake up’ the brain by enhancing cognition, concentration and memory.
Further information on Sulbutiamine
Sulbutiamine is a highly efficient Vitamin B1 derivative used primarily to fight asthenia – lack of strength or energy. Sulbutiamine (more commonly known as Arcalion) is the only anti-asthenic compound known to cross the blood-brain barrier and to be selectively active on specific brain structures directly involved in asthenia.
Sulbutiamine may reduce fatigue, memory difficulties, intellectual tiredness and may speed convalescence. Because of its fatigue fighting capabilities Sulbutiamine is often used by those who are involved in physically demanding situations. Perhaps more in keeping with other nootropics, Sulbutiamine could promote alertness, strengthens long-term memory, improves reaction time, lowers anxiety, and improves resistance to stress.
What is the function of vitamin B1?
1. Energy Production
Nearly all cells in the body depend on sugar as an energy source. Aerobic energy production is when oxygen converts sugar into a usable energy. This process cannot take place without adequate supplies of vitamin B1.
When vitamin B1 functions in this energy-production capacity, it is usually present in the form of TDP, or thiamin diphosphate. Sulbutiamine is a precursor to thiamine.
Vitamin B1 is vitally important to energy production. As food energy is measured in calories, it is recommended that for every 1000 calories consumed, a 0.5mg of B1 intake is needed.
2. Nervous System Support
Vitamin B1 plays a key role in supporting of the nervous system. It encourages a healthy development of myelin sheaths which are coverings that surround most nerves. A lack of B1 can cause these coverings to become damaged thus creating nerve deadening or pain or prickly sensations.
Vitamin B1 is also involved in the production of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, a key nervous system molecule which relays messages to nerves and muscles including the heart. Deficiency of B1 can result in compromised heart function.
Vitamin B1 is also known as Thiamin(e). Sulbutiamine is a molecule that crosses the blood-brain barrier more easily than thiamin. Its metabolism in the brain leads to an increase in the levels of thiamine and thiamine phosphate esters.
- Chronic treatment with sulbutiamine improves memory. – Read Full Article
- Injection of sulbutiamine induces an increase in thiamine triphosphate in rat tissues. – Read Full Article
- Chronic administration of sulbutiamine improves long term memory formation in mice. – Read Full Article
- Facilitation of a state of wakefulness by semi-chronic treatment with sulbutiamin (Arcalion) in Macaca mulatta. – Read Full Article