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Originally Posted by barefootgirl I'm looking for a piracetam/choline combination for post stroke recovery. I am thinking about trying the Brain Boost, but the added caffeine concerns me. See I'm looking for something for my 3 year old daughter, who suffered a prenatal stroke and is developmentally delayed. I have been reading alot about the benefits of piracetam and choline but I'm still confused about the best ratio and source for it. thanks for any suggestions you have. Margo I suggest you to give E-EPA and Carnosin to your daughter.
When a high dose is taken acutely, choline can make its way to the brain and acutely increase focus, muscle contraction potency, and potentially memory formation (all dependent on external stimuli like exercise or study). When taken in lower doses throughout the day, more of the choline is devoted to methyl donation, which can be seen as metabolic maintenance. By having an abundance of choline (or any methyl donor such as TMG or methionine ) in your body, you can keep reactions that require a methyl donation functioning at optimal capacity.
Pantothenic acid, also known as vitamin B5, as well as the "anti-stress vitamin" is part of the B group vitamins and classified as a water-soluble vitamin. This nutrient can be manufactured in the body by the intestinal flora. on this page
Vinpocetine (brand names: Cavinton , Intelectol ; chemical name: ethyl apovincaminate ) is a semisynthetic derivative alkaloid of vincamine (sometimes described as "a synthetic ethyl ester of apovincamine "), [ 1 ] an extract from the periwinkle plant. Vinpocetine is reported to have cerebral blood-flow enhancing [ 2 ] and neuroprotective effects, [ 3 ] and is used as a drug in Eastern Europe for the treatment of cerebrovascular disorders and age-related memory impairment. [ 4 ] Vinpocetine is widely marketed as a supplement for vasodilation and as a nootropic for the improvement of memory.
Piracetam is great but for me I need to take a lot of it. If you have the liwuid take a few bottles in the first coulple days, otherwise take 3-4 tabs 4 times a day for about 3 days, then lower the dose....Some people get good redults from 3 tabs a day, but I find I need at least twice that. Also you want to give yourself a break wevery couple weeks because although it's very safe it puts some stress on your kidneys. Choline, take as much as you can...I personally can only get them in 250 mg tabs mixed with Inositol and they are hard to swallow, I'd like to get about 3 times the ammount I do but it's just touch sucking down all those pills.