New Compounded Medication for Cognitive Support

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New Compounded Medication for Cognitive Support

New Compounded Medication for Cognitive Support

Aging and injury are two major causes for memory loss and other cognitive issues. Typically, these issues, if treated at all, are addressed with brain exercises and possibly support from herbal supplements. Some immune and autoimmune disorders are accompanied by cognitive issues. In fact, sometimes the medications used to treat immune and autoimmune conditions make cognitive problems worse. A new compounded medication for cognitive support may help.

Cognitive issues are frustrating. Often, the people coping with them recognize that their brain isn’t working the way it used to, but are powerless to change it. They feel trapped and isolated. Their family and friends watch as the person they knew slowly disappears. It’s sad and disheartening. A new compound medication provides hope for those coping with cognitive issues and their loved ones.


Many of these cognitive issues are due to neuroinflammation. Synapsin is a compounded nasal spray that can help support cognitive function in these situations. The two major ingredients are a component from Panax ginseng and a form of Vitamin B3.

Ginseng is an herbal remedy commonly taken over the counter to support memory. When used in this compounded medication it supports healthy neural function. Vitamin B3 supports healthy levels of NAD+. Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) is found in all living cells. When used in this compounded medication, it supports the firing of neurons in the brain.

Talk to Your Doctor About Compounded Medications for Cognitive Support

Although this medication cannot diagnose, cure or prevent any illnesses, it can help support cognitive functions. Depending on how the ingredients in this compounded medication may interact with any other treatments you’re on, your doctor may or may not recommend adding this cognitive support to your treatment plan.

We dispense Synapsin as an add on to Methylcobalamin (a form of B12). If you’re already taking B12, your doctor may recommend Synapsin as an additional means of cognitive support.

If they feel this compounded medication can benefit you, simply ask them to write you a prescription and have them send it to us! We’ll get it made up for you.