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Agmatine sulfate is a neurotransmitter naturally formed from the amino acid L-arginine, found primarily in neurons, which may enhance cognitive function and stress resiliency.*
Agmatine plays a key role in the regulation of nitric oxide levels, which if left unchecked can cause inflammation, neuronal damage, and inhibit the repair and growth of brain cells. Since it is capable of targeting multiple receptors, agmatine is important for many aspects of brain health. Furthermore, agmatine may enhance cognitive function, stress resiliency, mood, and athletic performance.
Dihydromyricetin (DHM) is a flavonoid which comes from the purified extract of the Japanese Raisin Tree and is believed to possess antioxidative, anti-inflammatory, anticancer and hepatoprotective properties.
Dihydromyricetin (DHM), also known as Ampelopsin has been used for centuries in preventing intoxication and hangover in Korean and Chinese traditional medicine. DHM works by activating the two enzymes; alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) and acetaldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH) — which help the body break down and metabolize alcohol faster.
TUDCA Acid is an orally bioavailable and effective inhibitor of apoptosis by exhibiting antioxidant properties, maintaining mitochondrial membrane potential, and preventing cytochrome c release.
Tauroursodeoxycholic acid, more commonly referred to as TUDCA, is a bile salt that is found naturally occurring in the body. When regular bile salts reach the intestines, they can be metabolized by bacteria into UDCA and then later bound to a taurine molecule to become TUDCA. TUDCA is able to reduce stress to any cell’s Endoplasmic Reticulum; an organelle in cells that serves as a highway from the nucleus out into the cytoplasm, and aids in folding proteins. Through reducing ER stress, TUDCA has been implicated in a wide range of beneficial metabolic effects such as reducing insulin resistance and diabetes, being a neurological protection agent and has been used for conditions called liver cholestasis.