Is HYDERGINE beneficial at all for COPD patients?
Lately I've been remembering about HYDERGINE, since someone in my family used to take this well over 15 years ago...Doing some speculation of my own, thinking that Hyder means to hydrate_please don't laugh if I'm wrong_I've thought it might be good to ask doctor to recommend it for an elderly person...
Asked by Christopher Mallie 3 months ago.
Lately I've been remembering about HYDERGINE, since someone in my family used to take this well over 15 years ago...Doing some speculation of my own, thinking that Hyder means to hydrate_please don't laugh if I'm wrong_I've thought it might be good to ask doctor to recommend it for an elderly person in my family who's already on her early eighties, suffering from COPD and CHF, and whose memory is already failing. Are there any people in her age range and with same health conditions who are using HYDERGINE? Is it working for your memory and thoughts, etc.? Answered by Thomas Quillman 3 months ago.
DESCRIPTION Hydergine has a reputation for offering relief from age-related mental decline. There is evidence to suggest that there is some truth behind these claims. The FDA has approved Hydergine for use by those over 60 who are experiencing mental decline. History Hydergine was developed in the 1940's by Albert Hofmann (who is best known for discovering LSD) while working for Sandoz Pharmaceuticals. Terminology / Slang Dihydroergotoxine, Ergoloid mesylates Hydergine should not be confused with Hydrazine, which is a rocket fuel Ergoloid Systematic (IUPAC) name ? Identifiers CAS number 8067-24-1 ATC code C04AE01 PubChem 592735 DrugBank APRD00711 Chemical data Formula C33H45N5O5 Mol. mass 591.741 g/mol Pharmacokinetic data Bioavailability 25% Protein binding 98-99% Metabolism 50% Half life 3.5 hours Excretion ? Therapeutic considerations Pregnancy cat. ? Legal status Routes Oral, Parenteral Ergoloid mesylates (Chemical name: Dihydroergotoxine mesylate) are dihydrogenated ergot alkaloids used to combat decreased mental function as a result of senility or multiple small strokes. Ergoloid also enjoys a large scale use as a nootropic. Answered by Tressie Dowlen 3 months ago.
Is there any danger in combining gaba or 5-htp with the following substances:?
(provigil); hydergine; sibutramine? Thanks
Asked by Vernon Barbaglia 3 months ago.
I don't want to get into detail since it's bound to put anyone to sleep so I'll just get to the individual combos: Provigil+Gaba: (unknown-see below) Provigil+5-HTP: I'm cutting this one short to say that there is a possibility of a synergy with this combo. provigil would augment the effects of 5-htp. Hydergine+Gaba: i see Gaba somewhat attenuating hydergine's effects Hydergine+5HTP:Synergystic effects Sibutramine+Gaba:Gaba may attenuate sibutramine's effects Sibutramine+5-HTP:Possible synergy but do note: Supposedly in theory, an od. of 5-htp could cause serotonin syndrome., but 5htp has been used in several studies together with SSRIs without any toxic effects. All in all I don't see any dangerous effects that could occur with the combos you mentioned, but bear in mind that everyone responds to substance differently. I hope this helps. --- Provigil and GABA : [*I hope you've read the latest warning about Provigil published in Fall '07*] some issues here: Since GABA may somewhat attenuate the effects of a stimulant, it would do the same with Provigil. But the parts of the brain provigil affects are quite different. In fact, there are not that many studies done on this drug. It affects GABA-ergic circuits in the brain, and with that could act as a depressant. In fact it has put some people to sleep. So combining them may attenuate the effects of either drug, or send you on a very mild rollercoaster. If you have cardio issues, be careful. To sum it up, this combo's mechanism is unknown...(but personally I would bet that Gaba would somewhat boost provigil's effects....and there is none of those enzyme inhibition effects to worry about) (NB: If you do decide to try any of these combos, it would be great if you could keep me appraised of the results. I'd like to add it to my database on drug-drug interactions. Gave a good one!) Answered by Beverly Milush 3 months ago.
What is a good source of choline without any soya links. If possible, pill form? (for piracetam+hydergine)?
all the choline products are seemingly mostly linked to soya.
Asked by Indira Smitz 3 months ago.
There is choline in Flintstones Chewable vitamins, but I suspect you are looking for something more grown-up. Answered by Talia Noland 3 months ago.
i've been searching everywhere but couldn't find an answer. For various reasons I find myself currently in possession of the following legal substances: gaba/5-htp, piracetam, hydergine, kava, modafinil (provigil), l-tyrosine and sibutramine my questions is - do i have any need to worry when...
Asked by Clorinda Sylney 3 months ago.
i've been searching everywhere but couldn't find an answer. For various reasons I find myself currently in possession of the following legal substances: gaba/5-htp, piracetam, hydergine, kava, modafinil (provigil), l-tyrosine and sibutramine my questions is - do i have any need to worry when combining them in all so mysterious ways? Answered by Mafalda Diederichs 3 months ago.
I would not worry about the GABA, 5-HTP Piracetam with no LD-50, or the harmless L-Tyrosine. The Hydergine, sleepless Provigil, anorectic Sibutramine however all in combination Could affect your liver or kidneys. Answered by Francene Uhde 3 months ago.
Can any other nootropics be taken with piracetam?
I'm currently taking 4800mg per day of piracetam and loving the effects I am having and was wondering if any other 'smart drugs' could be safely added in addition to the piracetam I am already taking.
Asked by Jaqueline Reaser 3 months ago.
You can take Hydergine and with the combination of piracetam and hydergine you can reduce the amount of piracetam you are taking because of the synergistic effect that the two of them combine. Answered by Noe Schroeder 3 months ago.
Vascular dementia PLEASE ANSWERR :(?
how can i slow down vascular dementia, or stop it from getting worse? any speacial types of food, this is for my grampa cuz its getting pretty bad for him. i already did some research , i gotta a couple things that might help, any tips?? PEASE HELPP :( 1 second ago - 3 days left to answer
Asked by Larisa Zeminski 3 months ago.
Papaverine, hydergine, tocopherols, ASA, plavix. Answered by Michell Tofil 3 months ago.
How can i make my brain stronger?
like... i need more ram if you know what i mean?
Asked by Lawanda Hacken 3 months ago.
look up nootropics. smart drugs. aniracetam, hydergine, lecithin, ginko biloba, acetyl l carnitine. For a while i was on all of those but hydergine. did i feel smarter? meh. Other than that it's just a matter of challenging yourself with new material regularly, to build new pathways. And to work what you have. Practice remembering things, you will get slightly better at it. Try remembering pi, impress your friends. One trick is that your brain is more receptive to recording memories before you go to sleep. Another trick is to do the homework right after class lets out, while it's fresh in your head. Another trick is to seriously determine whether you're a visual, tactile, or audible learner. whatever you do, you'll get better at it, continuously. practice will always improve whatever activity. sometimes it takes a long time to feel finally competent, but it still comes. honestly, i think some people are just naturally more advantaged than others and no amount of work can compensate for that. that said, work beats intelligence in most aspects of life. and don't watch TV. and my grandfather swears by self-hypnosis Answered by Jamee Warnasch 3 months ago.
I know that reading will help prevent Alzheimer's where your brain/memory declines as you are older. Maybe try putting your thumb in your mouth and shut your lips tightly around it and blow really hard, it may expand your brain. ha ha just kidding. Take it easy. Answered by Lois Spiva 3 months ago.
ummmmm......one word: study.... (if that's what you mean by stronger cause the brain isn't like a muscle, you can't just work it out and it's stronger....it's a thinking utensil, not a piece of flesh that you can mold to your liking) Answered by Etsuko Dress 3 months ago.
you dont sound like a very intelligent person like... do you get what im sayin? seriously i dont think you can with the brain cells you have. Answered by Adrienne Steinle 3 months ago.
Stick sum smartiez up ur noze holies!!!! Neeeeeyahahaha! Answered by Kristle Counter 3 months ago.
Please answer this question?
What pills are known to put up your level of intelligence? What are the pills that are known to give you high intelligence? plz tell me
Asked by Mora Raguso 3 months ago.
Hydergine (sandoz) is supposed to work by improving oxygen flow to the brain. Any CNS stimulant like caffiene, nicotine, cocaine, amphetamine can make the neurons "fire faster" also. Answered by Yung Bodamer 3 months ago.
Caffein pills so you can stay up all night and study! Just kidding, (or not) but seriously there is no such pill. Whoever invented it would be the richest person alive. Answered by Chelsey Leblane 3 months ago.
Smart pills of course. But be very careful to not overdose. Answered by Lenna Crow 3 months ago.
ummmm. focus factor, yes its an actual pill Answered by Krista Ralko 3 months ago.
Your I.Q is not going to be upped by any pill. Make sure you get good nutrition, proper sleep, and EXERCISE. Answered by Benny Carrano 3 months ago.
Any over the counter Nootropics?
I was wondering if anyone knows of any over the counter nootropics. Thank you so much.Also, like, what about good perscription ones? And how does one go about telling a doctor the symptoms to get a perscription one. Because I have all the symptoms that a Cholinergic will heal, but I told my doc those...
Asked by Lyndsey Brisban 3 months ago.
I was wondering if anyone knows of any over the counter nootropics. Thank you so much. Also, like, what about good perscription ones? And how does one go about telling a doctor the symptoms to get a perscription one. Because I have all the symptoms that a Cholinergic will heal, but I told my doc those symptoms and he said there's really nothing you can do about it and i can't just say "how about a Cholinergic." which would insult his inteligence and then he'll perscribe me poison.. Answered by Vera Arroyo 3 months ago.
* Piracetam (Nootropil) * Aniracetam * Co-Dergocrine Mesylate (Hydergine) * Centrophenoxine *Sulbutiamine (Arcalion) - not available in the US for some reason * Lecithin - precursor to the synthesis of choline * 5HTP (Tryptophan) * Mecobalamin These are the drugs you are looking. I am not sure of the legal status in yout country, But you can get them easily pretty everywhere around the world. Hydergine is the costliest, but very effective Answered by Anne Baab 3 months ago.
I have been taking Paneuromix for two months now. I am very pleased with the results. This is the list of ingredients for this nootropics. I am a bit scared of taking Choline or some sort of racetams. Check this out: Alpha-GPC DMAE Huperzine-A Bacopa Monnieri L-Theanine Rhodiola Rosea Phosphatidyl Serine Ginkgo Biloba Panax Ginseng Green tea Curcumin Biopiperine Vitamin B12 Vitamin B6 Vitamin B5 Vitamin B3 Answered by Hang Manquero 3 months ago.
Is there a medical drug by name hybergin injection?
A doctor proscribed the injection hybergin to my father. I would want to know where I can get the drug.
Asked by Elva Shryack 3 months ago.
I think you mean Hydergine, which I would prefer to give orally rather than by injection Answered by Nohemi Brang 3 months ago.
i m not sure, but i checked it online and there is no result Answered by Mariette Elhassan 3 months ago.