In this video you’ll discover the nootropic benefits of PQQ. Including why we use PQQ as a nootropic, recommended dosage, side effects and clinical research.
PQQ (pyrroloquinoline quinone) is an enzyme cofactor, and the only nutrient known to facilitate the growth of new mitochondria in your brain cells.
This process of mitochondriogenesis stops and reverses brain cell death, and brain degeneration. And more energy in your brain cells means quicker thinking, better memory, amped-up alertness, less mental fatigue and more.
PQQ stimulates the growth of new neurons through the promotion of nerve growth factor (NGF) in brain cells. Resulting in improved memory, cognition and learning.
PQQ is also a potent antioxidant mopping up free radicals that would otherwise damage brain cells.
PQQ is used in every cell in your body. And is particularly useful in brain cells. It’s about as close you can get to a vitamin without ‘officially’ being declared a vitamin.
Neurohackers report dramatic improvements in mental and physical energy when adding PQQ to their nootropic stack. And I recommend adding CoQ10 for the synergistic effect.
PQQ has a cumulative effect and benefits should continue to improve over continued usage. For some the effects are immediate. For others it could take 2 or 3 months of dosing PQQ every day or every 2nd day.
PQQ is particularly effective if you’ve suffered mitochondrial damage from using statins.
Recommended PQQ dosage is 10 – 20 mg per day.
But you need to be aware of different forms of PQQ in the marketplace.
There is only one form available that is produced naturally. And that is BioPQQ® by Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company of Japan. This company makes PQQ through bacterial fermentation. BioPQQ is licensed to several supplement makers.
Other forms are produced through a chemical synthesis, involving the use of fairly toxic compounds, and have unresolved safety issues.
This indepth PQQ review covers:
00:24 PQQ as a nootropic
03:53 How does PQQ work in the brain?
06:59 PQQ benefits
08:44 How does PQQ feel?
10:28 PQQ clinical studies
14:06 PQQ recommended dosage
14:47 PQQ side effects
15:09 Types of PQQ to buy
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