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Sulbutiamine Powder is a nootropic derived from the micronutrient vitamin B1, or thiamine. Thiamine is an essential nutrient, which means that we must source it from our diet rather than it being synthesized naturally in our bodies. Sulbutiamine is comprised of two thiamine molecules bonded with a sulphur group.
Sulbutiamine was discovered in 1965 in Japan. Scientists took a closer look at thiamine and thiamine derivatives. Sulbutiamine, with its lipophilic ability, was found to be an effective, bioavailable source for thiamine.
Fast forward to today, and people generally use Sulbutiamine Powder mainly as a nootropic compound to promote healthy brain function.
Other than being a supplement for vitamin B1, Sulbutiamine benefits may include boosts in cognitive/cerebral energy and mood. Some research suggests that Sulbutiamine uses could also extend into its neuroprotective properties, which means it may protect the brain by keeping neurons healthy.
Product contains one (1) 25g or 50g jar of Sulbutiamine Powder.
For more information, see Sulbutiamine on examine.com.
You may also be interested in Sulbutiamine Capsules.
Attention: All chemical compounds have risks. Please consult your physician, and understand the available research, before handling. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. It has not been approved, nor have these statements been evaluated, by the FDA.
The first couple of times I took sulbutiamine, I got a weird pins and needles effect in my hands and feet. Eventually I figured out that I had a B vitamin deficiency caused by the ketogenic diet I've been on for a couple years now. My local health foods store had a Twinlabs B complex for around $20 and since taking that I feel much better and no longer get the pins and needles from the sulbutiamine.
I take 400-600mg and get a moderate increase in energy and aerobic endurance and a noticeable increase in focus, creativity, and memory. I only take it several times a week so I have yet to notace any tolerance.
The first time I took it was on an empty stomach with a mouthful of water, which resulted in lot of stomach rumbling and gas, so you really should take it with a meal with fat, or at least a glass of whole milk. I usually take it with some eggs or a Boost Plus drink and it doesn't cause any digestion issues.
Sulbutiamine has a disulfide bond so I'd venture that it probably has similar antioxidant properties and health benefits as other B1 analogs such as benfotiamine. Nick on 10th Aug 2017
I have been experimenting off and on with this nootropic, and to be honest, I cannot distinguish any of it's effects from Placebo. I am not ruling out the effectiveness of this compound in it's entirety, however, the effects are so incredibly mild (even at 800mg doses) that I could easily chalk them up to the placebo effect. Andrew Raisbeck on 18th May 2017
As someone who is interested in nootropics, I decided to give Sulbutiamine a try. I ordered some through amazon, and tried it repeatedly. However, neither small or large doses worked-- absolutely nothing beyond placebo happened. As a customer of ND for other products such as Tianeptine, I read some reviews and decided to give ND's sulb a try.
I'm glad I did. It provides a huge boost in energy and mood, which typically lasts for 4 hours. I doesn't cause a crash, it just slowly fades and leaves you at baseline. I like to take it first thing in the morning with coffee and cream to help it absorb. Also, if taken too many days in a row it tends to lose it's efficacy, but this can be easily managed by cycling, even if your cycle is just 2 days on 1 day off.
It's affordable and high-quality, and I would recommend you try it! BC on 28th Jan 2017
remember the old ronseal ads it should have been for this Unknown on 12th Sep 2016
If you cycle it and take it without changing the doses, it is the best. In addition, with sulb I dont feel craving for smoking or adderal. So far I like it. Unknown on 10th Jun 2016