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Drug info - Sleep/rest improver: REM-R3G

Discussion in 'Various drugs not covered by other forums' started by Alfa, Jun 19, 2006.

  1. Alfa

    Alfa Productive Insomniac Staff Member Administrator

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    Jan 14, 2003
    117 y/o from The Netherlands
    I found something interesting: A product which should increase REM sleep. i.e. increase rest and lower the amount of time needed to sleep. Sounds pretty practical to SWIM.

    Does anyone have experience with this product or have more info?

    A Specific Blend Of 3 Compounds That Induces REM Sleep!​
    REM-R3G is a specific blend of 3 compounds that induces REM sleep (even if you do not have trouble sleeping, you want to induce REM sleep. REM is beautiful recuperative sleep), relaxation, rejuvenation of mind and body, fat loss and LBM Growth.

    Mucuna pruriens, standarised on: 1-carboxy-2-amino-3-pyrobenzol(3,4 diol) The culprit of deep REM sleep lies in this compound.

    Bacopa Minnieri (40% bacodies)
    It has been proposed that the mechanism behind the action of Bacopa is due to an increase in certain enzymes that aid in the repair of neurons and neuronal synthesis, synaptic activity, and ultimately nerve impulse transmission. Other research points to a protective antioxidant effect that may be responsible for the improved neuronal functioning seen with Bacopa administration.
    Last but not least, in animal studies Bacopa has been shown to increase T(4) concentration by 41% without enhancing hepatic lipid peroxidation (LPO) suggesting that it can be used as a thyroid-stimulating drug (31). In fact, hepatic LPO was decreased and superoxide dismutase (SOD) and catalase (CAT) activities were increased by B. monnieri. LPO is a bad thing because it creates a chain reaction of cell-damaging free radicals. SOD and catalase on the other hand quench harmful free radicals.

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  2. mala_22

    mala_22 Silver Member

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    Jun 1, 2006
    mmmm.. I personally doubt this works though, its been on sale for a while, and if it did work, it would be huge by now.

    Anyone know if it does have any effect though?