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Valproic Acid vs Resveratrol

Valproic Acid vs Resveratrol Comparison, Similarities & Differences

Valproic Acid

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Resveratrol has been proven to have anti-aging properties that can boost brain health and promote longer lifespan. It is commonly found in grapes, and is believed to carry powerful antioxidants that protect cells throughout the body. It effectively scavenges free radicals in our body and can promote oxidation. Also, it is capable of enhancing the release of the stimulatory neurotransmitter norepinephrine thus, improving mental functions such as vigilance and concentration. Whether this supplement offers adequate nootropic benefit is largely debatable.


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Red Wine Extract, 3, 5, 4-trihydroxystilbene


Daily Dosage # Stacks
1.00 pill(s) 1
600.00 mg 1


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Side Effects


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There are over 2 users currently taking this supplement.

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Evidence-Based Effects

  • Anaerobic Exercise - Decreased
  • Blood Pressure - Decreased
  • Insulin Sensitivity - Increased
  • Power Output - Decreased
  • VO2 Max - Decreased

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Commonly Paired With

Commonly Paired With # Stacks
Vitamin D 16
Fish Oil 10
Panax ginseng 10
Rhodiola Rosea 10
Vitamin C 10
Sarcosine 10

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Price & Brand

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