It really gives you a Buzz!
Hi friends… Are you smoking more pot but enjoying it less? Have all your brain cells said: ‘That’s OK, we’re constantly stoned anyway…’ Do you feel like there’s a hole in your pocket the size of Northern Albuquerque? Well, what you need are more vigorously receptive brain cells! I give you PQQ, along with everybody else who reads this, but you’re still special! OK? Take one capsule of these babies, and your brain will light up like a Crismiss tree! You will notice right away, that your brain cells are getting more oxygen; It’s because 10 mg. (1 capsule) of PQQ twice daily, couped with one 200 mg. capsule of co- efficient Q-10 twice daily (Cuz they don’t sell 300 mg. bottles of the stuff), release people who suffer from Depression especially, to think clearly, remember everything, plan ahead, take action, invent, make spontaneous decisions, feel happy and confident, just like the old you!
That’s not all it does…
Or perhaps you’d prefer to just have your Doctor put a band-aid on it? Instead of turning me into a thoughtless zombie, this PQQ stuff actually revitalizes your brain so you can think again! Now I’d call that a cure for depression. Wouldn’t you? All kinds of inventive ideas come up to solve problems now as well! It also prevents the onset of Old-Timers Disease, Parkinson’s, Delirium, and basically any age related disease!
http://www.roex.com/product/pqq-explained If for some reason, no doubt prevalent around computers everywhere, you can’t click the address, just highlight it choose: ctrl c on your keyboard, select and delete what’s in your browser’s address bar. Then, selecting the address bar, press ctrl v and hit your enter key…
And here is an except about how PQQ effects depression:
Oxidative Stress and Mitochondrial Dysfunction
Brain tissue is particularly susceptible to oxidative damage due to its high concentrations of phospholipids and the exhaustive metabolic rate among neurons. A growing body of research suggests that oxidative stress contributes to depression and other brain-related disorders (Hovatta 2010). This is thought to result from either an increase in damaging reactive oxygen species, a decrease in antioxidant defense mechanisms, or a combination of the two. These mechanisms become especially important with advancing age (Wolkowitz 2011).
Newer research sheds light on the critical role of mitochondria and neurotransmission and mood regulation. Mitochondria are the “powerhouses” in each cell that generate energy. In an intriguing study, researchers measured the content of mitochondrial DNA within white blood cells in aging patients who were depressed, and in an age-matched group who were not depressed. The subjects with depression had significantly fewer mitochondria than non-depressed controls, leading researchers to suggest, “mitochondrial dysfunction could be a mechanism of geriatric depression” (Kim 2011). In a similar study, greater numbers of mitochondria in peripheral cells were associated with improved cognitive function in healthy elderly women (Lee 2010).
Preliminary research suggests that two nutrients, coenzyme Q10 and acetyl-L-carnitine, which support mitochondrial function, may influence depression. A small study of 35 depressed patients in comparison to 22 healthy volunteer controls showed that plasma CoQ10 levels were significantly lower in the depressed patients. Levels were also lower in treatment-resistant patients, as well as those with chronic fatigue (Maes, 2009).
Several studies of geriatric depression have investigated acetyl-L-carnitine (Pettigrew 2000). One study compared treatment with acetyl-L-carnitine to the medication amisulpride, an antipsychotic medication commonly used to treat depression. In 204 patients with chronic depression, both acetyl-L-carnitine and the pharmaceutical drug improved symptoms (Zanardi, 2006). Acetyl-L-carnitine also has been found to relieve depression and improve quality of life in patients with liver disease (Malaguarnera 2011), and to ease depressive symptoms significantly in patients with fibromyalgia (Rossini 2007).
Another nutrient, pyrroloquinoline quinine (PQQ), is an enzyme involved in the generation of new mitochondria and the maintenance of antioxidant defense systems (Chowanadisai 2010; Rucker 2009; Tachaparian 2010). Supplemental PQQ has been shown to increase mitochondrial activity levels and to be neuroprotective in animal models (Bauerly 2011; zhang 2006; Zhang 2009). Since fewer mitochondria have been observed in depressed patients (Kim 2011), PQQ may be supportive in this population.
Let’s just put it this way; Vitamin C triggers 4 enzymes in your body. PQQ triggers 20,000! For the low, low price of just $60 a month, Canadians can now get both of these nutrients that work in co-operation with each other. You can find co-Q-10 in the regular vitamin Isle, at Zehrs ( 200 mg. tablets). The PQQ, you will find in the ‘health products’ section, usually beside their Pharmacy. The surprising thing is, the younger you start taking this stuff, the longer you will live. No! Not just because you’re younger! Larger doses of PQQ extend out from the brain and restores nerve damage! I’ve been waiting for a long time for this stuff to hit Canada!
Please contact your General Practitioner to make certain your medication does not conflict with PQQ or it’s co-efficient: Q-10; for instance, statins or blood thinners may result in certain side effects…