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DynaMAX Enhanced Caffeine: A Natural Focus And Energy Boost Supplement

DynaMAX Enhanced Caffeine: A Natural Focus And Energy Boost Supplement

Coffee: An Amazing Plant That Has Shaped Modern Society

The coffee plant contains an alkaloid called caffeine. Of all the natural compounds out there, caffeine is one of the most well-known and widely used natural compounds. Caffeine has a place in many cultures across the globe, in the form of coffee, tea, chocolate, yerba mate, kola nut, guarana and a variety of other herbs and drinks. It can be argued that caffeine played an important role in shaping modern society, both in an economic sense and in an innovative sense. Herbs and drinks that contain caffeine are a highly praised commodity. Herbs and caffeinated drinks are also highly praised for enhancing productivity by both the workforce and within the educational system. Imagine how much harder it would be to get through those boring 2 hour long college lectures or a Monday at work after a long weekend without having a readily available source of caffeine within arm’s reach? So, it is no surprise that coffee is currently one of the most widely consumed beverages around the world with the demand for coffee only growing. So where did it all come from? How did we figure out how to use coffee (and caffeine) to benefit our productivity, and furthermore, how has it been a spark for innovation across the world?

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Natural Nootropic Solutions vs. Sublinguals: What's the Difference?

Natural Nootropic Solutions vs. Sublinguals: What's the Difference?

Sublingual administration is a dosing method by which the active substance is administered under the tongue. The mucous membrane under the tongue is highly vascularized and can readily absorb various compounds, such as vitamins, amino acids and phytochemicals. The compounds diffuse through the mucous membrane and enter into venous blood through the internal jugular vein, the subclavian vein, and finally the brachiocephalic vein which feeds directly into the superior vena cava. The compound of interest is now in systemic circulation, meaning it has bypassed the harsh environment of the stomach and first-pass metabolism in the liver. The main advantage of sublingual administration is that tmax and Cmax increases significantly. This reflects as a significant increase in bioavailability and speed of onset...

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