Vinpocetine improves brain energy and blood supply and has been used as a preventative and as a treatment for stroke and other brain injury.
Patients thought to be in complete homeostasis after cerebral hemorrhage should avoid Vinpocetine.
Although only applicable to high doses, if hypersensitive signs occur, discontinue use.
Distribution: Vinpocetine is available in 1mg, 5mg and 10mg tablets under the trade names Cavinton, Remedial, and Vincaton.
Note: Vinpocetine shows many of the positive signs of a preventative medication.
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The site and its services, including the information above, are for informational purposes only and are not a substitute for professional medical advice, examination, diagnosis or treatment.Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health professional before starting any new treatment or making any changes to existing treatment.Vinpocetine's anti-aging benefits may include prevention and treatment of stroke and other brain injuries, improved aged conditions caused by poor brain blood circulation, particularly eyesight and hearing, improved concentration, treatment and alleviation of the problems of menopause and increased potential life span.Pharmacology: Synonyms: AY-27255; Ethyl Apovincaminate; Ethyl Apovincaminoate; Chemical Name: Ethyl (3alpha,16alphaeburnamenine-14-carboxylate.Molecular Formula: C(22)H(26)N(2) O(2) Molecular Weight: 350.5 CAS Registry: 42971-09-5.Side Effects and Contraindications: Side effects are rate, but may include nausea, eruption and individual hypersensitivity.