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Huperzine A and overall health

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#1 TheFountain

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Posted 04 May 2020 - 04:09 PM


Hey guys,

 

I use to do Huperzine A in the college days a few years ago and I do remember it being effective, I am considering trying it out again. Is searched around and cannot find any links to huperzine A and overall health studies. 

 

Do any of you have any insights on Huperzine A and how it interacts with our physiology as we get 'older' per se?

 

I know all about the Acetylcholine up-regulation thing, and Plan to cycle it on and off for a few weeks at a time. 

 

One thing I read on google, not sure if it's substantiated or not is its effects on heart-rate. It can apparently slow down the heart rate. I wonder however, does this mean it is not good for overall heart health long term? Or the complete opposite effect?

 

Thank you!



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Posted 05 May 2020 - 07:58 AM

She will hide the Alzheimer's disease effect when you taking it, and yes there is no problem taking it long term, it's a naturally occurring chemical.

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#3 TheFountain

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Posted 05 May 2020 - 10:57 AM

She will hide the Alzheimer's disease effect when you taking it, and yes there is no problem taking it long term, it's a naturally occurring chemical.

 Haha I don't have Alzheimers. 

 

I ain't that old yo. Only 35


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Posted 05 May 2020 - 12:00 PM

there is no problem taking it long term, it's a naturally occurring chemical.

 

why don't you try taking peyote and magic mushrooms three times a day, and then please re-affirm as to the fact there is still no problem taking anything natural on a consistent basis.

 

respect the earth.  listen to your body.

 

 

 

Do any of you have any insights on Huperzine A and how it interacts with our physiology as we get 'older' per se?

 

We don't know.  It hasn't been studied longer than 36 weeks.

 

Personally I noticed a strange brain fog, with citicoline too.  ALCAR should be okay.  But a lot has changed in the past decade.  People either settle on some fairly commonplace natural stack, or they jump from RC to RC hoping for the next big thing.  A lot of things fell out of use: sulbutiamine, the racetams, etc


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