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Anti-inflammatory nootropic to support memory and attention
GOAL: STUDY/WORK AID
- Powerful nootropic for enhanced memory and attention
- Provides strong anti-inflammatory properties
- Reduces joint pain and stiffness and improves functionality
- Supports cognitive performance
- Ingredient backed by scientific research
- Suitable for everyday use
Taking Hydrapharm Anatabloc give you a psychological edge for the gym or for those occasions where you need to be at the top of your game mentally. The ingredient has been shown to display enhanced nootropic abilities, such as improved memory and attention, in clinical studies and will guide you through any occasion that is mentally taxing. The anti-inflammatory effects it displays can also provide joint relief for those individuals with aches and pains around the joints.
This product can be taken year-round and can support any fitness goal. It can be used to improve cognitive functions and to reduce joint aches and pains. Anatabloc is best suited for periods where you really need that extra mental and intellectual horsepower: a super important deadline, when your preparing for a competition, unlocking your cognitive potential… you get the message. Carpe diem would be the best quote to summarise Anatabloc by Hydrapharm in a couple of words.
This product can be used by those who are looking for that mental edge in the gym, for important events/ periods in life or for everyday use. It’s for those constantly looking to improve themselves and always looking for that edge – those individuals who don’t believe in limits and want to achieve greatness with their lives.
Anatabloc is the exciting new nootropic from Hydrapharm that contains the popular ingredient anatabine. This powerful ingredient is focused towards improving cognitive functions such as memory, concentration and attention, as well as providing anti-inflammatory properties to complement its psychological benefits. The inclusion of vitamin D and vitamin A complements anatabine perfectly with the emerging evidence for these vitamins suggesting they play a key role in the development and functioning of the brain.
Users of this supplement can expect to experience enhanced cognitive abilities such as greater memory capacity, increased spatial memory, being sharper and more attuned to your environment due to enhanced concentration and attention skills and significant reductions in aches and pains from its anti-inflammatory properties - both from the gym and in everyday life.
What is Anatabine?
Anatabine is one of the pharmacologically active alkaloids present in tobacco and is commonly found in plants of the Solanaceae family. It is chemically similar to nicotine in regards to its structure. It is found in foods such as red peppers, potatoes and tomatoes, but in low concentrations.
Anatabine works through its ability to inhibit monoamine oxidase, an activity that is beneficial for treating various psychological disorders. The dysfunction of monoamine oxidase, too little or too much of this activity, is thought to play a role in a number of psychiatric and neurological disorders.
Research on Nootropic Effects
Research on anatabine have found it to be beneficial for improving memory, spatial memory and attention (1,2). One study found it to significantly reduce the memory impairment caused by dizocilpine, which binds to and inhibits the serotonin and dopamine transporters, and work as an antagonist to it (1). This same study found anatabine to also attenuate the attentional impairment effects of dizocilpine in a signal detection attentional task. The authors of this study concluded that follow up studies on anatabine are needed to determine their efficacy as therapeutics for memory and attentional dysfunctions.
Another study found anatabine to be effective in providing improvements in spatial memory – both as an early and late introduction of treatment for brain trauma (2). The conclusions drawn from this study found it to efficacious in improving long-term behaviour and pathology outcomes.
Powerful Role in Reducing Inflammation
Anatabine has demonstrated anti-inflammatory effects in in-vivo and in-vitro studies and shown to reduce musculoskeletal aches and pains (3,4,5,6,7). It works through reducing amyloidosis and neuro-inflammation.
One study found 82% of 282 participants to state anatabine was beneficial for one or more joint pain conditions in the knee, wrists/hands/fingers, shoulder, and back, most often due to osteoarthritis or injury to the joint (3). The researchers found anatabine to reduce joint pain and stiffness, with most respondents reporting anatabine to eliminate joint pain altogether and an excellent choice for improving joint pain, stiffness, functionality and overall effects. These studies provide conclusive evidence for the role of anatabine in reducing inflammation and subsequently pain and stiffness around varying joints.
Emerging Evidence of the Role of Vitamin D and the Brain
Vitamin D is well known to act as a neuro-steroid that modulates many brain functions. Growing evidence indicates that vitamin D plays a crucial role in brain development, neurotransmission, neuroprotection and immunomodulation – although the exact mechanism it works through is poorly understood at this moment in time. Emerging evidence has found vitamin D to play a beneficial role in treating psychological conditions (8,9,10), but further studies are needed in to order determine the exact mechanism it exerts its influence through and to determine which specific conditions it can provide therapeutic effects for.
|Hydrapharm Anatabloc 150 Capsules|
|Serving Size: 1 Capsule|
|Servings Per Container: 150|
|Amount Per Serving||%DV**|
|Other ingredients: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Gelatin (Capsule), Rice Flour, Magnesium Stearate.|
DIRECTIONS FOR USEWeight 45kg-55kg- 1 capsule 3 times per day Weight 55.1kg-77kg- 1 capsule 4 times a day Weight 77.1kg-100kg- 1 capsule 5 times a day Weight 100kg+- 1 capsule 6 times a day
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2. Ferguson S, Mouzon B, Paris D, Aponte D, Abdullah L, Stewart W, Mullan M, Crawford F. Acute or Delayed Treatment with Anatabine Improves Spatial Memory and Reduces Pathological Sequelae at Late Time-Points after Repetitive Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. J Neurotrauma. 2017 Apr 15;34(8):1676-1691.
3.Megha Verma, David Beaulieu-Abdelahad, Ghania Ait-Ghezala, Rena Li, Fiona Crawford, Michael Mullan, and Daniel Paris Chronic Anatabine Treatment Reduces Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)-Like Pathology and Improves Socio-Behavioral Deficits in a Transgenic Mouse Model of AD. PLoS One. 2015; 10(5): e0128224.
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8. Rejnmark L, Bislev LS, Cashman KD, et al. Non-skeletal health effects of vitamin D supplementation: A systematic review on findings from meta-analyses summarizing trial data. Slominski AT, ed. PLoS ONE. 2017;12(7):e0180512. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0180512.
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