|Product Name||Phosphatidylserine (PS) Powder|
|Purity||20%-50%-70% by HPLC|
Extract Powder phosphatidylserine;
1,2-Distearoyl phosphatidyl serine.
|Storage and Handling||Dry, dark and keep it at 2-8°C|
♦ Phosphatidylserine is a naturally occurring phospholipid and an essential component of human cell membranes including the brain, heart, liver, and skeletal muscles.
♦ Phosphatidylserine powder is becoming increasingly popular as a Nootropic supplements.
♦ PhosphatidylSerine powder is found in particularly high concentrations in the membranes of cells with a high metabolic activity such as the brain and skeletal muscle.
What Is Nootropic Phosphatidylserine Powder?
Phosphatidylserine(abbreviated Ptd-L-Ser or PS) is a type of molecule known as a phospholipid. Phospholipids are a group of molecules that are chemically similar in structure to fats and that make up the membrane of all cells. Phosphatidylserine, in particular, is abundant in the cells of the nervous system.
Phosphatidylserine can be produced naturally in the body but it can also come from food. Foods containing phosphatidylserine include organ meats, like liver and kidney, and soybeans. Phosphatidylserine used to be primarily sourced from bovine brains, but given the growing concern surrounding mad cow disease, it is now typically sourced from soy.
Phosphatidylserine is found in high amounts in the brain where it helps support a multitude of neurotransmitter systems including acetylcholine, serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine. A potent natural nootropic supplement, Phosphatidylserine powder has been shown to improve memory, attention, learning and general cognitive performance at any stage of life. Add it to your favorite brain health stack.
AASraw’s pure Phosphatidylserine powder can be safely added to any complex you desire as it is free of animal products, derived from soy, and is both vegetarian and vegan friendly.
How Does Phosphatidylserine Powder Work?
Phosphatidylserine is a phospholipid and is a component of the cell membrane.It plays a key role in cell cycle signaling, specifically in relation to apoptosis. It is a key pathway for viruses to enter cells via apoptotic mimicry.Phosphatidylserine exposure on the outer surface of a membrane marks the cell for destruction via apoptosis.
Phosphatidylserine powder works to reduce or eliminate acetylcholine deficiency because Phosphatidylserine naturally occurs in soybeans and other types of legumes. Phosphatidylserine helps improve brain health, memory, concentration, moods, and more by helping the body synthesize Phosphatidylserine on its own. The mechanism of action of Phosphatidylserine helps the brain produce healthy cells, which can improve memory and help with concentration.
Acetylcholine deficiency is caused by a lack of Phosphatidylserine in the body, so taking Phosphatidylserine powder or supplements derived from soy lecithin can help improve brain health for those with Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia. Phosphatidylserine doesn’t cure the disease, but it does reduce symptoms so that patients can function normally throughout their day-to-day activities
Phosphatidylserine Powder Benefits
Phosphatidylserine powder may support brain function and promote healthy mood and aid cognition, memory, and focus. It may also aid with athletic endurance and exercise recovery.
▪ Supports brain function
▪ Promotes healthy mood
▪ Aids cognition
▪ Helps memory
▪ Works to aid focus
▪ Provides athletic endurance
▪ Assists in exercise recovery
▪ Improve sleep quality
▪ Bone Recovery
Possible Phosphatidylserine Powder Side effects
Phosphatidylserine may trigger a number of side effects, including insomnia, gas, and stomach upset. Phosphatidylserine may have a blood-thinning effect. If you’re taking blood-thinning medication like Coumadin (warfarin) or anti-inflammatory medication or have blood-clotting problems, you should speak with your doctor before taking phosphatidylserine powder. It shouldn’t be taken within two weeks of scheduled surgery.
It may also interact with medications used to treat glaucoma, Alzheimer’s disease, antihistamines, and antidepressants. Because additional potential interactions with many medications have not been tested, it is advisable to ask your doctor before using phosphatidylserine powder.
Supplements phosphatidylserine powder haven’t been tested for safety and due to the fact that dietary supplements are largely unregulated, the content of some products may differ from what’s specified on the product label. Also keep in mind that the safety of supplements in pregnant women, nursing mothers, children, and those with medical conditions or who are taking phosphatidylserine powder has not been established.
More Research On Nootropic Supplement-Phosphatidylserine Powder
Nootropic supplements, like phosphatidylserine powder, are not reviewed by the FDA for safety and effectiveness. The effective daily dose can therefore only be estimated based on what has been tested in studies. Dosages used in studies examining phosphatidylserine’s effects on stress levels range from 60–800 mg per day. However, supplements derived from marine sources sometimes include docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which may influence the efficacy of the phosphatidylserine. Additionally, studies have found that higher doses of phosphatidylserine are not necessarily associated with the same benefits as lower doses. This makes determining the most effective dose of phosphatidylserine difficult.
Best Sources: Phosphatidylserine Powder
Phosphatidylserine can be difficult to obtain via the diet. Many foods and natural substances do not contain large amounts of phosphatidylserine powder. While animal brains are a good source of phosphatidylserine powder, their consumption is not recommended due to the risk of contracting infectious brain diseases. Nootropic Supplement phosphatidylserine powder are available as capsules, softgels, tablets, and powder. AASraw will provide best quality Phosphatidylserine powder.
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