Ameretat Neurogenesis Supplement
$12.50 – $45.00
Ameretat Neurogenesis microdose is formulated with natural extracts of Espand, an ancestral plant that has been used by our Iranian ancestors for thousands of years in rituals. Magi’s team of PhD scientists and ethnopharmacologists formulated this microdose of Espand extracts to provide a sub-perceptive dose of natural beta-carbolines: unique neuromodulators that promote a normal and healthy response to cerebral inflammation and release of brain growth factors.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” – Benjamin Franklin
- Ameretat Neurogenesis microdose is formulated to contain a precise sub-perceptive microdose of select beta-carbolines to support neuroprotection and neurogenesis.
- Ameretat Neurogenesis microdose is all-natural, non-habit-forming, and improves over time. Improve brain function today, for tomorrow.
- Like traditional microdosing, Ameretat Neurogenesis microdose may improve mood, creativity, focus, and empathy.
- Improve brain function today, for tomorrow.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
- Take one capsule per day.
- Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Do not take it if you are pregnant or nursing. Consult with your physician prior to use if you have high blood pressure or a medical condition or if you take any prescription medications (including but not limited to MAO inhibitors and antidepressants).
- Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children and pets.
How will I feel after taking Neurogenesis Microdose?
- Ameretat Neurogenesis microdose is a sub-perceptive formulation that may have subtle influences on some aspects of your cognition, but will not cause you to feel physiological impairment. Over time, people report feeling sharper, more open, more focused, and even more productive after regular supplementation.
How does Ameretat Neurogenesis Microdose differ from traditional microdosing?
- Ameretat Neurogenesis microdose is both a vitamin for your brain and a microdose for your mind. Many in our community report taking Ameretat Neurogenesis microdose for the same reasons as traditional microdosing: to provide a sub-perceptive boost to empathy, openness, and kindness, particularly kindness to self.
- Our formulation is based upon Espand-derived beta-carbolines that are fully legal in the U.S..
Should I cycle Ameretat Neurogenesis Microdose? What protocol should I follow?
- The natural Espand-derived beta-Carbolines in Ameretat Neurogenesis microdose do not accumulate when following the recommended dosage, and your body does not develop a tolerance for these neurotransmitters. Many people have stated that they find benefits from cycling with a break of a few days to help prolong the positive effects of microdosing.
Can I take Ameretat Neurogenesis Microdose every day?
- The neuromodulatory effects of Ameretat Neurogenesis microdose are immediate, sub-perceptive, non-sedative, and not habit-forming. We designed Ameretat Neurogenesis microdose so that you can take it every day without becoming dependent.
- Although not habit-forming, we recommend incorporating Ameretat Neurogenesis microdose into a consistent waking ritual.
Is Ameretat Neurogenesis Microdose safe?
- Ameretat Neurogenesis is safe when taken as directed at the recommended dosage.
- We designed our Ameretat ® formula from the purified natural plant extracts of Espand, combined with extracts of Grapefruit and Pomegranate for bioavailability and antioxidant synergy. In addition to their anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties, the natural beta-Carbolines extracted from Espand also function as monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs)  that can cause an increase in blood pressure when consuming foods containing tyramine .
- The levels of tyramine in food have been decreasing over time, thanks to advancements in agricultural technology and improvements in food processing and storage. Although tyramine related hypertension affects only a small minority of the population, we recommend avoiding tyramine-rich foods when taking Ameretat Neurogenesis microdose. Taking Ameretat Neurogenesis microdose on an empty stomach will also mitigate the risk of hypertension and nausea.
Why is it best to take Ameretat Neurogenesis microdose on an empty stomach?
- The majority of your body’s neurotransmitters are in the gut, not the brain. For this reason we recommend taking Ameretat first thing in the morning at least 20 minutes before eating, as food can interfere with neurotransmitter absorption. While this is not a requirement, the closer your stomach is to empty, the higher the bioavailability.
How does it work?
- Ameretat Neurogenesis ® microdose contains a precise microdose formulation of Espand-derived beta-Carbolines that, while sub-perceptive, begins to affect the central nervous system within 20 minutes of being ingested. The compounds in Ameretat ® have been shown to:
- Inhibit neurotoxins  and provide neuroprotective antioxidant effects 
- Inhibit tumor cells  and promote the growth of anti-tumor cytokines 
- Inhibit the expression of the DYRK1a gene, which is attributed to neurodegenerative symptoms
- Inhibit inflammatory signaling and the growth of inflammatory prostaglandins 
- Promote neurogenesis in adults by increasing BDNF and hNPC levels
- Modulate neuroreceptors such as serotonin, dopamine, acetylcholine, histamine, and imidazoline that are involved in perception and consciousness 
Espand – Holy Plant Wisdom
Ameretat is the divine concept of immortality pursued ritually by the Zoroastrians of Ancient Iran (Persia) through spiritual inner journey practices. Espand, also known as Wild Rue or Peganum Harmala, is the fundamental ancestral plant consumed and burned as incense in these ancestral traditions and is the key ingredient in Ameretat Neurogenesis Microdose.
Espand, also known as Wild Rue or Peganum Harmala. Espand is an abundant source of beta-carbolines , a class of naturally occurring organic compounds with psychoactive and neuroprotective properties . Beta-carbolines are found naturally in a few plants, including Espand (P. Harmala) and Yage (Banisteriopsis Caapi), the ancestral Amazonian plant that is the main ingredient in the psychedelic brew Ayahuasca . Thanks to modern science, we now understand the neurochemistry behind what our ancestors discovered thousands of years ago.
Beta-Carbolines – Ancestral Secret to Neurological Health
Beta-carbolines such as harmine  are unique neuromodulators that have been shown to exhibit anti-inflammatory activity in neurons  and promote neurogenesis by increasing levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF)  and human neural progenitor cells (hNPC) . They are also potent inhibitors of DYRK genes, particularly DYRK1a , the protein kinase implicated in the pathology of numerous neurodegenerative disorders .
Beta-carbolines also interact with the sleep cycle via the pineal gland, the part of the brain that regulates the body’s circadian rhythm. The pineal gland regulates the sleep cycle via synthesis of melatonin from serotonin (the “happiness hormone”) , and is also believed to produce both beta-carbolines and the psychedelic compound DMT (the “spirit molecule”) via alternate pathways .
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