Acetylcholine is a Neurotransmitter. It helps to assure good Mental Clarity and Focus which is important to us especially as we age and get older. As our levels of Acetylcholine become lower, it increases the chances of several Diseases including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s Disease, and Myasthenia Gravis, which is a Neuromuscular Disorder that can lead to weakness in Skeletal Muscles. Fortunately, this is a rare condition. This is broken down by Acetylcholinesterase and is a natural process as we get older, our bodies make something called Acetylcholine Esterase. The role of the Esterase is to breakdown the Acetylcholine leading to such things as a worsen Memory and more Clarity plus Focus issues.

The standard current treatment for Low Acetylcholine is to prescribe Acetylcholine Esterase Inhibitors. The main uses for Acetylcholine Inhibitors are to treat Alzheimer’s and Dementia. People that have Alzheimer’s Disease have a reduced level of Acetylcholine in their Brains. Traditional Pharmaceutical Medications offer a slew of ”Body Rejection Effects” that leaves me wondering if someone was asleep at the wheel when some of these drugs were approved, what were they thinking??

Low levels of Acetylcholine are found in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease. Alzheimer’s damages cells that produce and use Acetylcholine.

Can Terpenes Help?

Of course, Terpenes can help and in fact there are very many ways Terpenes that can help with this condition. To start with we have several that help to stimulate the production of Acetylcholine and we also have numerous ones that make Acetylcholine Esterase Inhibitors. Inhibitors help to stop the Acetylcholine from being broken down. This helps to retain Mental Clarity, Focus and increases Cognitive Function. We had one Volunteer who was taking it for bone-on-bone Knee Pain, the Anti-Inflammation Capsules, when they noticed a tremendous increase in Mental Clarity and Focus as a ” Beneficial Side Effect” at work”. Take it for Pain, increase your Mental Alertness and Focus as a ”Beneficial Side Effect” caused by the Terpenes, what’s not to like!

Lex Hahn, Founder

Vital Terpenes Therapeutics

”As Nature Intended”

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