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Sulbutiamine Review

Sulbutiamine ReviewCommonly sold under the brand name "Arcalion" is derived from two Thiamine (Vitamin B1) molecules synthetically bonded together helping it effectively cross the blood-brain barrier. This supplement is important for proper energy metabolism and improved nerve transmissions within the body's nervous system. It also has been thought to improve conditions such as chronic fatigue. Nootropic wise, it increases both memory and alertness by acting on dopamine and glutamate. Sulbutiamine is categorized under Dopaminergics. It is also known as Arcalion, Enerion, Bisibuthiamine, Youvitan.

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