Sorry for the weird post but I was just wondering whether anyone knows if reishi might have acetylcholinerase inhibiting qualities?
I remember reading somewhere that it did, but now when I do a google search it comes up with very little.
They do push it as a memory tonic so if this isn't just the usual media hype how does its memory enhancing effects work?
Of course I could do a pubmed search but unfortunately I am not very educated on Chinese herbs (i am ignorant to the conpounds in reishi and to their actions) and was kind of hoping there might be someone here who can help me out.
It's a bit of a stab in the dark and I think this thread might sink to the bottom of the page with nil replies. Not because I'm an unlikeable dick, but just because i am asking a question that I just think no-one will know the answer to.
Anyone have at least a hunch as to what it's effects might be in relation to being a acetylcholinerase inhibitor?
Also, what about cordyceps? Is that a AChEI too?
I have to be very careful because I am already taking uridine and I find anything that increases acetylcholine makes me depressed as fuck!
Recently I stupidly starting adding stuff like gotu kola and ashwagandha to uridine and it was just too much.