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Vinpotropile (aka Vinotropil) - is a combined drug. Its active substances are Vinpocetine and Piracetam. Vinpocetine has cerebro protecting properties and Piracetam has nootropic properties. The drug enhances micro-circulation and improves oxygen supply to brain cells. Piracetam increases brain cell metabolism and energy levels. In elderly people the drug can improve posture. The main action of the drug is to oxygenate and activate cerebral metabolism.
Vinpotropile has several actions, including increasing cerebral blood flow and metabolism, antioxidant, neuroprotection, cognition enhancement and anticonvulsant. Vinpotropile has vinpocetine as its active substance. Vinpocetine is synthesized from vincamine. Vincamine is considered to be a cerebral vasolidator. As a drug improving cerebral blood flow Vinpotropile enhances glucose transport to the brain, decreases aggregation of platelets and blood hyperviscosity. As a nootropic or "smart" drug Vinpotropile enhances cerebral integrative activity, enables memory consolidation, and facilitates the process of learning.
Indications for use:
Psychic or neurological symptoms of cerebral circulatory disturbances of various origins (post-apoplectic, post-traumatic or sclerotic) such as impaired memory, mobility disorders, vertigos and headaches. Intermittent cerebrovascular insufficiency, vascular spasms, ischemic cerebral lesions, advanced cerebral arteriosclerosis.
Cerebro-vascular disease; degenerative cortical dementia (Alzheimer's disease); Senile psychoorganic syndrome ("aging brain"); Cortical myoclonia; dyslexia of vascular and other origin; vestibulopathies; Protection of the nervous tissue in a brain hypoxia; postoperative deliriums.
1- 2 capsules per day before meal, 2-3 times a day. The last intake is 4 hours before bedtime.
Course: 1-6 month
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