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NeuroScience Avipaxin 60 veg caps provides nutritional support for acetylcholine, helping to maintain proper cholinergic nervous and immune system activity. The cholinergic immune-regulating pathway lowers cytokine levels, thereby reducing immune activation and supporting healthy cognitive function.* Avipaxin contains Huperzine A, which helps inhibit acetylcholinesterase, the enzyme that metabolizes acetylcholine.*1 Lowering levels of acetylcholinesterase activity increases circulating levels of acetylcholine.2,3 Avipaxin also contains α-glyceryl phosphoryl choline (α-GPC) and acetyl-L-carnitine. These ingredients supply choline and acetyl groups, respectively, for acetylcholine synthesis.* Carnitine also transports fatty acids within mitochondria to support cellular energy levels.
Avipaxin contains Huperzine A, which is a potent inhibitor of acetylcholinesterase, the enzyme that metabolizes acetylcholine.
Blocking acetylcholinesterase increases circulating levels of acetylcholine. Avipaxin also contains -Glyceryl Phosphoryl Choline ( -GPC) and Acetyl-L-Carnitine. These ingredients supply choline and acetyl groups, respectively, for acetylcholine synthesis.
Cytokines released upon immune challenge activate the vagalnerve, resulting in increased cortisol levels via the Hypothalmic- Pituitary-Adrenal axis. Vagal pathways from the brain secrete acetylcholine, which binds to activated immune cells and down-regulates those cells’ pro-inflammatory cytokine production. Avipaxin supports acetylcholine levels, leading to a down-regulation of pro-inflammatory cytokines and a subsequent normalization of neurotransmitter concentrations.
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