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7,8-Dihydroxyflavone, also known as 7,8-DHF, is a natural flavone found in a number of species that can reach the brain and exert cognitive effects. It binds to the TrkB receptors in a similar way to BDNF, or brain derived neurotrophic factor. When the TrkB receptor is activated, neuroprotective and neurogenetive effects occur in neurons, which tend to affect the dendrites. Dendrites are what reach out from the neurons into the synapse to participate in signaling with other neurons. 7,8-DHF has been shown to promote the growth of these dendrites, and to help restore communication between neurons in animal models. Other natural extracts, like polygala tenuifolia and bacopa monnieri work in a similar fashion, but rather than binding directly to the TrkB receptor, they cause a release in BDNF, which then binds to the receptor. 7,8-DHF has also demonstrated a protective effect against apoptosis. 7,8-DHF can cross the blood brain barrier, and act directly on brain TrkB receptors; which is something that peripheral administration of BDNF cannot do. As such, is is a very promising natural compound for cognitive enhancement.
As a dietary supplement, take 25mg of 7,8 DHF 1-2 times daily. It appears to be subject to extensive first-pass metabolism in the liver. Due to improved bioavailability, sublingual administration (under the tongue) may be preferred.
To gain more insight about 7,8 DHF, read the 7,8-Dihydroxyflavone reviews and experiences below.
Nootropics Depot offers 1 gram, 2 gram or 5 gram jars of 7,8 DHF Powder. Nootropics Depot's 7,8 Dihydroxyflavone powder has been lab-tested and verified for both product purity and identity.
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I was not sure if the placebo effect was going on the first day. But after a couple days, I have noticed memory recall to be better. I also had better focus and did not find myself bouncing around to a bunch of misc. tasks and was able to focus on the task at hand.
I am not sure about tolerance yet, but I will probably only use on the days I really need to get stuff done. Seems to be a great add-on to my other stacks Unknown on 4th Sep 2018