|Posted on Friday, February 26, 2010 - 12:13 pm: || |
Magnesium-L-theronate, this new substance might be interesting:
"...a new magnesium supplement, magnesium-L-theronate (MgT), that effectively crosses the blood-brain barrier to inhibit calcium flux in brain neurons."
"-- were able to assess that the new compound shows improved permeability of the blood-brain barrier."
"It seems counterintuitive to use magnesium for memory improvement because magnesium is a natural blocker of the NMDA receptor, a molecule critical for memory function. But our compound blocks the receptor only during background neuronal activity. As a result, it enhances the brain's 'plasticity' and increases the number of brain synapses that can be switched on," says Dr. Slutsky."
Has anyone tried this?
|Posted on Saturday, January 14, 2012 - 8:32 am: || |
Sorry I spelled it wrong, should be: