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Sceletium Tortuosum

Sceletium Tortuosm: To aid brain function, cognition and support mood

Focuson Nootropic Ingredient: Sceletium Tortuosum | Information

Sceletium Tortuosum has a long history of traditional use as a masticatory and medicine by the San and Khoikhoi people of southern parts of Africa. We use an extract which has been specifically developed for Level Up and contains the highest ever recorded levels of alkaloid constituents. This translates to being a very powerful and well-balanced PDE4 inhibitor which is scientifically proven to help block the degradative action of PDE4 on cAMP. People commonly use this when they want a natural alternative for helping to boost mood when feeling down and can also have a calming effect.

  • Long histor†y of traditional use by the San Khoikohi people
  • Powerful PDE4 inhibitor
  • A natural mood booster with calming effects
  • Was traditionally used to alleviate pain
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What else is Sceletium used for:

Sceletium is a recent newcomer to the western herbal market that has a long history of use in South African traditional medicine. The herb is used as a mild antidepressant and mood booster. Sceletium contains alkaloids that act as SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors), according to research published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology. This action affects the amount of bioavailable dopamine and serotonin, increasing pleasurable feelings and lessening anxiety, stress and tension.

Are there any side effects of using sceletium

Sceletium tortuosum may boost mood and decrease anxiety, stress and tension.

At high doses may cause slight nausea, insomnia or mild headache.

How does it work?

Sceletium tortoism is a powerful PDE4 inhibitor, by inhibiting PDE4 the degradative action on cAMP is blocked which results in increased cellular cAMP, and therefore increased signaling through cAMP-dependent pathways.

How long has it been used for

The plant has been used by South African pastoralists and hunter-gatherers as a mood-altering substance from prehistoric times. The first known written account of the plant's use was in 1662 by Jan van Riebeeck.

Natural Sources of Sceletium

Sceletium is a natural succulent plant commonly found in South Africa