Sunifiram

Sunifiram

Name:Sunifiram; DM-235
CAS :314728-85-3
MF:C14H18N2O2
MW:246.30492
Purity:99% min
Appearance:White powder
Usage:For the treatment of Alzheimers Dementia, Cognition Disorder, Neurologic Drugs, Senile Dementia, Acetylcholine Release Enhancers.
Storage:Store in cool and dry area and keep away from direct sunlight.

Benefits May Include:
Improves Memory & Cognitive Function;
Increased Alertness & Focus;
Facilitates Learning of New Information.

1.Sunifiram stimulates AMPA receptors (one of the three main subsets of glutamate receptors, alongside NDMA and kainate). AMPA receptors are responsible for how much glutamate is produced in the brain. Glutamate is a crucial neurotransmitter in the brain, responsible for communicating excitatory transmissions, forming connections between synapses, and for regulating brain cell survival.

2.Sunifiram also affects levels of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine in the brain. Increased levels of Acetylcholine improve thinking, perception, alertness, learning, memory and focus.

Dosage and How to Take?
Sunifiram is incredibly concentrated compared even to the strongest racetams like Pramira. You will see positive effects from a dosage as small as 4 mg though many people typically take between 5-8 mg at a time. A Sunifiram dose of 10 mg is more likely to cause a stimulant effect similar to Adderall.

Taking a 10 mg Sunifiram dosing is not toxic and not likely to cause serious negative side effects, however you may experience increased body temperature and perspiration. You should start with a half dose of 3 mg for your first week or so of taking this ampakine nootropic and then only increase the dosage if you feel comfortable.