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Centrophenoxine capsules designed to support a healthy brain.

  • Protect brain cells against the accumulation of lipofuscin.
  • Combat the oxidative stress responsible for brain aging.
  • Help stimulate brain function.
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Centrophenoxine Capsules (Meclofenoxate) for Brain Health

Centrophenoxine is also known as meclofenoxate. Developed in 1959, this molecule is composed of parachlorophenoxyacetate (PCPA) and dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE). The latter is a naturally-occurring substance that crosses the blood-brain barrier and acts in the brain. In particular, it facilitates the synthesis of neurotransmitters involved in the transmission of nerve impulses.

Centrophenoxine Benefits

Centrophenoxine capsules are among the most well-studied supplements available today. With over fifty years of research backing up Centrophenoxine’s benefits for brain health, there is a strong case for Centrophenoxine to form part of your daily supplemental regime.

It’s a helpful nootropic for supporting brain recall, cell formation, and inhibiting the natural aging processes of the brain. Using Centrophenoxine for memory and Centrophenoxine for brain health, in general, may help improve your cognitive function.

Studies show that Meclofenoxate — another name for Centrophenoxine — may have a wide range of benefits for the brain, with research continuing to unlock the mysteries of all Meclofenoxate’s uses.

In particular, Centrophenoxine capsules increase acetylcholine activity in the brain, enhancing general cognition and short-term memory. These functions naturally degrade with age, making this supplement for memory and brain function a potential game changer.

Centrophenoxine has also shown potential for combatting free radicals inside the brain. These free radicals are caused by natural oxidation and heavy metal waste, a natural consequence of aging. The formation of free radicals eventually leads to lipofuscin, manifesting itself in the form of liver spots.

But taking a Centrophenoxine supplement regularly may help cleanse the brain of lipofuscin and new free radicals. Animal studies have shown a correlation between Centrophenoxine and age.

Age alters the human metabolism and the chemistry of the brain.And the degeneration of cell membranes as well as the body’s declining ability to maintain good cognitive health means your dietary requirements change.

Deciding to buy Centrophenoxine to support a healthy mind may help combat the formation of serious degenerative diseases in the future. Studies remain ongoing into these supplements and potential meclofenoxate side effects, but thus far, results have been encouraging.

What do studies say about Centrophenoxine (meclofenoxate)?

Centrophenoxine has been widely studied over the last 40 years. Scientists have identified it as a powerful brain antioxidant, able to combat the oxidative stress responsible for the aging of the brain.

More specifically, studies have found that:

Centrophenoxine Side Effects

Adding any new supplement to your dietary regime means researching potential side effects. The same goes for dimethylaminoethanol supplements. That being said, because Centrophenoxine is a well-studied compound, these supplements are relatively safe to consume.

However, it is essential to do your own research to ensure this is the supplement for you. Those already taking prescription medications need to be careful about the potential for harmful drug interactions. If you already have a pre-existing condition, schedule a consultation with your doctor.

Your doctor can run through your medical history and tell you whether you’re at risk for drug interactions between your existing prescription medications and Centrophenoxine capsules.

There is plenty of research material available online to give you a better understanding of how these supplements to improve brain function work and the potential for side effects. However, note that most side effects arise from consuming too much and failing to follow recommended serving size.

While taking a Centrophenoxine supplement, be sure to monitor the short- and medium-term side effects. If you notice any strange or unpleasant side effects, stop taking these supplements immediately and contact your doctor. Your primary care physician will be able to analyze the side effects and determine whether you have experienced an adverse drug interaction.

Composition
Daily serving: 2 capsules
Number of servings per bottle: 30
Quantity per serving
Centrophenoxine (Meclofenoxate HCL) 500 mg
Other ingredients: Acacia gum, rice flour.

Each vegetarian capsule contains 250 mg centrophenoxine.
Directions for use

How to Take a Centrophenoxine Supplement

Even if you choose to take this supplement to improve memory function, it’s important to know how to maximize the benefits of Centrophenoxine capsules while reducing the risk of side effects.

We recommend taking one or two centrophenoxine capsules per day. Each capsule contains 250 mg of Centrophenoxine, so two capsules equal a total serving size of 500 mg. Taking these on an empty stomach may support rapid absorption via the digestive system.

However, some people report they have maximized the benefits of this supplement after eating. Since this compound is water-soluble, it does not require fats from foods to act as a carrier in the body. You personally may find it works best on a full meal, so feel free to experiment.

We also recommend taking the two capsules throughout the day. Taking one in the morning before breakfast and one in the evening before dinner is one of the best ways to take this supplement.

That being said, there are no documented increases in the risk of side effects by taking Centrophenoxine either after a full meal or on an empty stomach, making it one of the most flexible supplements you can add to your regimen.

And as is the case with any supplement, you should monitor how you feel during the first few days of consuming Centrophenoxine. While the chances of unpleasant side effects are not exceptionally high, it’s important to be aware of them in case they arise.

Never exceed the recommended serving size in an attempt to enhance the benefits. That will increase the risk of side effects, and will not make them any more effective.

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References
  1. Bhalla P, Nehru B. Modulatory effects of centrophenoxine on different regions of ageing rat brain. Exp Gerontol. 2005;40(10):801-806. doi:10.1016/j.exger.2005.06.016
  2. Breuer ME, Willems PH, Russel FG, Koopman WJ, Smeitink JA. Modeling mitochondrial dysfunctions in the brain: from mice to men. J Inherit Metab Dis. 2012;35(2):193-210. doi:10.1007/s10545-011-9375-8
  3. Riga S, Riga D. Effects of centrophenoxine on the lipofuscin pigments in the nervous system of old rats. Brain Res. 1974;72(2):265-275. doi:10.1016/0006-8993(74)90864-6
  4. Bakhtogarimov IR, Kudryavtseva AV, Krasnov GS, et al. The Effect of Meclofenoxate on the Transcriptome of Aging Brain of Nothobranchius guentheri Annual Killifish. Int J Mol Sci. 2022;23(5):2491. Published 2022 Feb 24. doi:10.3390/ijms23052491

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