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Synapsin

Synapsin: Supporting Cognitive Function

We are excited to make Synapsin available to our patients! It’s the first product we’ve seen that can actually improve cognitive function. For patients suffering from memory impairment, foggy thinking, traumatic brain injury (TBI), chronic inflammation, executive burnout, or other neurologic conditions, we may have your solution

What Is Synapsin?

This supplement blend is a unique combination of ginseng, specifically the R-3 isomer of gensinoside (RG3) and nicotinamide riboside. These ingredients are compounded into a nasal spray formulation to improve the absorption and activity of the medication. Our Nasal Spray also contains Vitamin B-12. All of these ingredients act to promote neural health in the brain.
Synapsin helps maintain healthy levels of NAD in human cells. Appropriate NAD synthesis is important in regulating cellular metabolism and longevity.

Who can use synapsin?

Because of its neuroprotective effects, regular use of Synapsin may benefit patients with memory impairment, foggy or sluggish thinking related to or stemming from:
• Aging
• Chronic Stress or Executive Burnout
• Traumatic Brain Injury or Concussion
• Chronic infections, such as Lyme Disease
• Chronic illnesses
Talk with your doctor or pharmacist to see if Synapsin is right for you.

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– A prescription is required
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Other Information About Synapsin?

Anything that causes inflammation leads to memory issues. Inflammation can be acute, like what happens with traumatic brain injury or concussion. Inflammation can also be chronic or ongoing from infections, executive burnout, chronic stress, or long term illnesses.

Synapsin is compounded with Vitamin B-12 and administered as a nasal spray.

It should be stored in the refrigerator.

Synapsin is well tolerated, but can cause mild stinging or burning in the nose.

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