Why Mucuna Pruriens for Naturally ReBuilding Dopamine Production in the Mind

mucuna-pruriens for dopamine production

Mucuna Pruriens can helped people addicted to legal narcotics such as hydrocodone, oxycodone, and oxycontin, methadone and illegal narcotics such heroin.

Because it boosts dopamine production in the brain which is critical for improving your mood and motivation.

We all know that we live in a world where the medicine is very advanced and that there are many pharmaceutical companies that chemically produce medications that could help us treat diseases, but sometimes we have to go back to our roots and use the medications that the nature provides us. There are many plants that are used for making supplements, drugs and remedies that could help us treat almost any disease or ailment. Many people struggle with impotence, decreased libido and they go after the chemically produced medications. Well, there is something that could help treat many conditions and at the same time it improves our mood and enhances our sexual function.

Introduction

Mucuna Pruiens, also known as velvet bean, cowage, cowitch, lacuna bean, Donkey eye, and Buffalo beans is a tropical legume that is found in Africa and tropical Asia. This notorious plant is used in a range of medical properties and it’s well known for the extreme itchiness that produces on contact.

This plant contains a very important ingredient – L-Dopa, a naturally produced amino acid that turns into dopamine in the brain. In the brain, dopamine functions as a neurotransmitter and it stimulates the brain in the way that it makes people feel better, more relaxed and it enhances sexual function.

Mucuna Pruiens History

There is not enough scientific evidence on when this plant was discovered and when was the first time it was used. The studies say that this plant is and was used all around the world. In India it was used as an aphrodisiac, in Central America it was roasted and the natives used it to make coffee from it, and in Brazil the seeds were used for impotence, intestinal gas and even to treat Parkinson’s disease. Even though there is not enough evidence about Mucuna Pruiens’s first discovery, there is more than enough evidence about its efficiency and use in medicine.

Key benefits of Mucuna Pruiens

There are many benefits from this plant. In the medicine, it is used as an extract, usually 15% and the studies show that, first of all, it elevates the levels of dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain and with that it boosts mood, motivation, focus and energy. It is shown that it boosts the libido, treats impotence (in many parts of the world the extract of this plant is used as an aphrodisiac) and it improves the stress response.

It is used worldwide in treating many different conditions, for example, in Germany it is used to treat diabetes, high blood pressure, muscle pain, high cholesterol and rheumatism; in India it is used to also treat many conditions, starting from cancer, nervousness, kidney stones, snake bites, scorpion stings, worms, up to cholera, cough, diarrhea, edema, fertility and it is even used in abortions; in Brazil it is used as aphrodisiac, to treat intestinal worms, it is also used as diuretic and nerve tonic. In other countries of the world, the 15% extract of Mucuna Pruiens is used for treating cancer, asthma, diabetes, syphilis, tumors, worms, snakebite and many, many other conditions.

How people use Mucuna Pruiens

The extract of Mucuna Pruiens is proven to be safe for both men and women, even though it is not recommended for women that are pregnant, or breastfeeding. The safety precautions recommend that if you are new to the Macuna extract, you should start by taking a dose of about 100mg, three times per day. By time you can increase that dose to about 500mg per day. It is not recommended to take more than 1 gram of this extract or powder per day because you may manifest some of the side effects and also, taking more than the prescribed dose may be too stimulating for most people.

Side effects of Mucuna Pruiens

There are only a few side effects that could appear when taking Mucuna Pruiens and that could only happen if you take more than the recommended dosage of 500mg to 1 gram. The side effects that could appear are increased heartbeat, nausea, vomiting, headaches, insomnia, hallucinations, delusions and confusion. It is recommended to stop taking the extract of this plant at least two weeks before surgery because it interferes with your blood sugar and your blood pressure.

Other information about Mucuna Pruriens

Even though the powder and the extract of this plant is safe for most people, it is not recommended to be taken for more than 20 consecutive weeks and if you feel that the effects of the medication is too intensive you should lower the dosage. The price for the extract is affordable for everyone and it is about $15 per 100 capsules (500mg per capsule) of 15% extract of Mucuna Pruiens.

Conclusion

This supplement could significantly change and improve your life even after the first time you use it. It is the healthier and natural way to treat many conditions and at the same time it will reduce the stress and tension you feel every day, it will improve your sex life, it will make you feel better, happier and healthier.

> Our OFC supplement REST includes Mucuna Pruriens as an ingredient to help boost dopamine production after addiction. <

Sources

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dopamine

http://www.rain-tree.com/velvetbean.htm#.VSBc9PmUdHo

http://nootriment.com/mucuna-pruriens-reviews/

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3942911/

http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-1020-mucuna%20pruriens%20(cowhage.aspx?activeingredientid=1020&activeingredientname=mucuna%20pruriens%20(cowhage

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mucuna_pruriens

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