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Cinnamon Super Cognition Protocol

Cinnamon Super Cognition Protocol

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Enhance Brain fuction, focusing and cognition skills with this very inexpensive protocol of increased Cinnamon consumption. The active compound in the Cinnamon is Coumarin - a potent cognition enhancer.
Enhance Brain fuction, focusing and cognition skills with this very inexpensive protocol of increased Cinnamon consumption. The active compound in the Cinnamon is Coumarin - a potent cognition enhancer.

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Published by: XR500Final on May 27, 2011
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Cinnamon Super-Cognition ProtocolCognitive enhancement through stimulation of the chemical senses
by Phillip R. Zoladz, Bryan Raudenbush"Specifically, cinnamon, administered retronasally and orthonasally, improved participants' scoreson tasks related to attentional processes, virtual recognition memory, working memory, and visual-motor response speed."http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_6894...7/ai_n28320376/ My Anecdotal Research into Cinnamon Consumption.Before I share my experiences in this I would peradventure there maybe several other mechanismsat work, and in all fairness we will look at what I would consider relative ones. Cinnamon may onlybe a contributary element, or its function may be improved as a synergistic effect with othercomponents in my diet.In a nutshell I have began to experience I can only describe as a *LARGE* cognitive functionimprovement from taking healthily large amounts of cinnamon consumption in the morning (3-4tablespoons a day). I have been mixing my cinnamon in with some fruit or milk (blueberries) inorder to assist in the mixtures consumption. Effects began to dramatically pick up by day 3-4..This was not undertaken as a personal cognitive function study, I was simply looking for a methodto loose weight from a natural compound and there was some scant anecdotal evidence floating theinternet - that had suggested cinnamon. Enthusiastically I set about dumping a good chunk of cinnamon in a bowl and eating it every morning - I am my own guinea pig!Strangely by day two I was noticing an improved ability to function and think. I have in the pasttinkered with all the neutropic enhancers in the past from Oxiracetam, Piracetam, L-Huperzine A,Gingo, Gotu Kola, Bacopa Minniera, they all had different neurological effects, and I had dutifullylogged them.However my results into Cinnamon consumption was far different. I was noticing my ability toprogram in my Forex algorithms was leaping forward. I began to think in terms of multidimensionality as far as developing a condition engine in order to look for the algorithm thatwould have the greatest performance in a Forex situation. In other words I was going to write analgorithm to look for an algorithm for me. However to do so to element n levels of conditions,required massive multidimensionality, and the solution of x,y would have to store its resultants aselement 'cells' say z. Otherwise I would require the worlds largest computer to even begin to tinkerwith the thought.But back to my cinnamon research - I am noticing large cognitive function improvements. I amwelcoming people to look into this of course caveat emptor 'do this at your own risk.' I will pointout other elements in my diet, and also other factors that may be the real source of my cognitiveimprovement.Cinnamon removes Candida Yeast toxicity.Candida Yeast Toxicity is endemic throughout North America. The large amounts of antibiotics inthe meat, combined with antibiotic consumption maybe significantly impairing neurologicalfunction - as Candida yeast in the body produces neurotoxins.
http://www.candidafree.net/resource_36.htmCinnamon Increases Blood Insulin / Reduces Diabetic Symptons.My grandmother was diabetic - was I predisposed to a diabetic condition? Luckily I was a veryhealthy eater with little sugar consumption and high olive oil intake - and maybe was simplyreducing a pre-diabetic state.http://altmedicine.about.com/od/qalibrary/f/cinnamon.htmIs this the start of a NZT like substance?
Confirmed. Coumarin Levels in Cinnamon - 1 kg of (cassia) cinnamon powder containsapproximately 2.1 to 4.4 g of coumarin.Effects of the coumarin scopoletin on learning and memory, on release of acetylcholine frombrain synaptosomes and on long-term potentiation in hippocampus
http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2210/8/S1/A36"The effects of scopoletin on the performance of mice in the learning tasks and on hippocampal LTPsuggest that this compound exerts cognition-enhancing properties. The inhibition of LTPamplification and of presynaptic synaptosomal ACh release by mecamylamine point to theinvolvement of nAChRs. Though previous studies found AChE inhibitory (IC50: 168
M) andweak MAO inhibitory activity, the predominant mechanism of action might be the nicotinic agonistproperty."- Thus the researchers are fence sitting if it is a Acetylcholine reuptake inhibitor or a NicotonicInhibitor.Further research into coumarins demonstrates pharmaceutical activity in developing derivativedrugs.
Acute effect of KA-672, a putative cognitive enhancer, on neurotransmitter receptor bindingin mouse brain
putative - 'generally considered aka we don't know!"7-Methoxy-6-{3-[4–(2–methoxyphenyl)piperazin–1–yl]propoxy}-3,4-dimethyl-2H-1-benzopyran-2-one hydro-chloride (KA-672), structurally related to naturally occurring coumarins, has beendescribed as a potential drug for enhancing cognitive functions."- Again pointing to Coumarins as a cognitive enhancer."Ensaculin (KA-672) is a drug from the coumarin family, which has been researched as a potentialtreatment for dementia. It acts on a number of receptor systems, being both a weak NMDAantagonist and a 5HT1A agonist.[1][2] Animal studies have shown promising nootropic effects,[3][4] although efficacy in humans has yet to be proven. It was well tolerated in human trials, with themain side effect being orthostatic hypotension (low blood pressure).[5]" - wikipedia referencehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EnsaculinSo much for the Anecdotal evidence -

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