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First created in 1961, Pyritinol HCL is a analogue of vitamin B6. It is created by joining two vitamin B6 molecules with a disulfide bridge, which is comprised of two sulfur atoms. Pyritinol benefits are related to those of vitamin B6. Pyritinol is a nootropic compound.
While people buy Pyritinol as a nootropic compound in the U.S., it has been used in other countries around the world since the 1970s.
Pyritinol is related to vitamin B6. B6 can also derived from food sources including sunflower seeds, salmon, tuna, chicken, bananas, avocados, cooked spinach, and others.
Nootropics Depot offers 60ct. or 120ct. jars of Pyritinol HCL Capsules. Nootropics Depot's Pyritinol dihydrochloride has been lab-tested and verified for both product purity and identity.
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Attention: All chemical compounds have risks. Please read the available research and understand the associated risks before handling. If you are uncertain of the appropriate handling methods, please consult a qualified professional. Misuse of this product may result in adverse reactions. This product is not approved by the FDA.
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Five stars to ND -- I have bought many, many products over the past months. And I can say without hesitation that they are the best around.
Pyritinol is one of the first nootropics that I tried, I believe eight years ago (when I purchased from a vendor who has long since curtailed its offering, and whom I've not gone back to in years). In the past few years, I've bought from other vendors, and the results have been null and, worse, negative. I'd nearly written it off.
Pyritinol gives immediately noticeable effects. ND's Pyritinol gives me the same positive results as I recall from my first experience -- a decided boost in mental clarity. Perhaps this is something to cycle, but the results seem to diminish within a few days, those that you feel, anyway. Each time I've taken it, going years back, I've gotten small rashes on my hands or arms (going back to previous vendors). There is one study that cites a remote risk, I should note, but Pyritinol is generally regarded as safe, and studies go back to its development to the '60s.
Bottom line, I personally Phenylpiracatam a better alternative (and I keep a stock of ND's on hand). However, I would recommend ND's product if you're interested in giving Pyritinol a try. Unknown on 16th Oct 2016