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Xenon as a nootropic

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I know elements used as drugs (e.g. lithium) often have drugs that are virtual complete replacements (e.g. lamictal is often tolerated well for lithium, etc.)
 

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I know elements used as drugs (e.g. lithium) often have drugs that are virtual complete replacements (e.g. lamictal is often tolerated well for lithium, etc.)
It suprised me to see l-Cartinine when working at a supplier of medicin's.

Unrelated to Lithium. An amino acid, but that it actually get's prescibed. No idea for what indication, but it is a nootropic.
 

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It suprised me to see l-Cartinine when working at a supplier of medicin's.

Unrelated to Lithium. An amino acid, but that it actually get's prescibed. No idea for what indication, but it is a nootropic.
It's prescribed for certain conditions where supplementation is required, like in people undergoing chemotherapy[1], but has no apparent effects in the average healthy individual besides some gastric discomfort when taken in masses and not readily depleted, also vegans don't need supplement either. It gets used by athletes too but clinical evidence about whether thus provides benefits is lacking. [3][4] There might be some benefits in cardiac insufficience.


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