(Gamma-Aminobutryic Acid)















 GABA (Gamma-Aminobutryic Acid)  is a non-essential amino acid occurring predominantly in human brain and eyes. It was discovered in 1883 in Berlin. It is classified as a signal messenger improving the transmission of nerve impulses. GABA is regarded as a nootropic agent, because unlike anxiolytics, its prolonged use at moderate doses improves cognition and memory and stimulates intellect.

  In addition to that, GABA has anti-hypoxic action and helps during the recovery of the brain after stroke, or following intoxication with alcohol, opiates, or other similar substances. It was observed that GABA causes a marked increase of growth hormone secretion by the pituitary. Growth hormone enhances the metabolism of lipids, and has a potent muscle building effect as well.

  All the above makes it very popular among clients of body building facilities. Growth hormone levels in humans decrease with age, which results in increasingly more difficult melting of fats. This is another reason for the great popularity enjoyed by GABA. Furthermore, GABA improves the quality of sleep, which is important for every human being.

  GABA has gained the reputation of a sexual stimulant, and most important in this aspect is its desinhibiting effect, combined with increased sensitivity to touch. Along with that, GABA unlike other sedatives, does not suppress erection. It has an anti-hypoxic action and increases the ability of the body and its tissues to withstand oxygen deficiency, including the myocardial tissue, the brain, the eye retina.

  GABA enhances the toxic effects of alcohol (when combined with a substantial drinking episode, it may be harmful). In very high doses (more than 3 g/daily) GABA causes suppressed breathing, convulsions and coma. Therefore, it is not recommended for use by epileptics, because even in moderate doses it may induce a grand mal in such individuals.

Recommended dosing: 1-2 tablets per day, зbetter evening before sleeping.

Package: Tablets (200 mg) 30 pc .

 Gamma Minobutyric Acid: 3D space model of it's structural formula.