Celastrus Paniculatus Review: Dosage, Side Effects, Benefits 5/5 (2)

Celastrus Paniculatus

Celastrus paniculatus is a plant which is known and used for its power to boost cognition. But does it really work? And what does the science say about this plant?

Provides multiple positive benefits

Used in popular nootropic stacks

Lack of data for long-term use

Recommended daily dose not established

Celastrus Paniculatus Review

When I first heard about Celastrus Paniculatus, I thought this must be a super ancient plant that the science totally forgot about.

Well, the truth isn’t so far from that.

Celastrus paniculatus is actually a fruit-bearing wine that contains seeds which have been used in Ayurveda medicine.

Traditionally, those seeds were used mainly because of its positive effects on your cognition, but in a form of oil, this interesting plant is used to alleviate skin inflammation [1].

Celastrus Paniculatus

Celastrus Paniculatus

Besides that, Celastrus paniculatus can:

  1. Protect the brain and improve cognitive performance
  2. Improve neurological health

While the science is still unclear on the actual daily dosage, this plant (or, well, the seeds) seem to be very potent.

That’s why some of the major brands in the nootropic industry are already using it in their stacks.

But what else do we really know about Celastrus paniculatus?

Celastrus Paniculatus Benefits

Let’s dive into the real and potential benefits of using Celastrus paniculatus seeds (or an extract).

1. Celastrus Paniculatus Can Improve Your Cognition 

As I mentioned before, this nootropic plant might be an effective cognitive booster due to its positive effects on the brain.

A study on rats showed that Celastrus oil helped with restoring working memory and it also reduced stress [2].

Besides, using the same oil showed positive effects on improving memory and cognitive performance of rats.

While there is a lack of studies on humans, first studies seem very promising.

Celastrus Paniculatus Benefits

Celastrus Paniculatus Benefits

2. Celastrus Paniculatus May Help With Inflammation

Another potential benefit of supplementing Celastrus Paniculatus is its potential benefits on reducing inflammation and even helping with pain.

There was a study done on mice that showed similar effects compared to taking aspirin [3].

As I noted before, there is a lack of studies on humans, but it looks promising.

3. Celastrus Paniculatus May Balance Neurotransmitters

Another study done on rats showed that when they were given Celastrus paniculatus, their level of dopamine, serotonin and noradrenaline reduced. The result was improved memory and overall learning ability [4].

When I carefully read the study, I found out that Celastrus may actually help to balance all neurotransmitters which promote such positive cognitive improvements.

Celastrus Paniculatus Review

Celastrus Paniculatus Review

4. Celastrus And Excercise 

Another study of this plant on mice showed that mice were able to extend their exercise when supplements seeds of Celasturs while making smaller damage to muscles and DNA [5].

If this is true for humans as well, Celastrus might soon become a very popular nootropic for both, cognitive and physical improvements.

5. Celastrus And Heart Disease 

Initial studies on rats show positive benefits of supplementing Celastrus to help with heart disease [6].

6. Celastrus And Gut

Another study on rats and humans (voila) shows that supplementing Celastrus seed extract could help to improve the health of our guts [7].

7. Celastrus And Cancer

An initial study on breast cancer shows that supplementing Celestrus had antitumor effects. Not just that, but I was able to find out that one of the compounds even induced cancer cell death [8].

Now, to make a short summary, we see that Celastrus is a very potent plant that provides several positive benefits.

However, more research has to be done to really understand how it works and how to take it in the longer term.

Speaking of which…

Celastrus Paniculatus Side Effects

Due to the lack of studies, it’s really hard to talk about side effects related to supplementing Celastrus in different forms.

However, I have some great info for you.

  1. I found that when researches were ingesting up to 5g/kg of Celastrus oil in albino rats, they didn’t notice any toxic side effects
  2. I couldn’t find any studies that would provide any limitations of the use of Celastrus
  3. During my testing of this plant, I noticed no negative side effects

So, if you’d like to try an extract of this plant, do you know where to get it and how to take it?

Celastrus Paniculatus Side Effects

Celastrus Paniculatus Side Effects

Celastrus Paniculatus Suggested Use

Since no serious human studies are available, there is no real consensus on the recommended daily dosage of Celastrus paniculatus.

I was able to find some anecdotal use cases of 1-2 capsules or up to 20 seeds per day.

I also know that Qualia Mind, one of my favorite nootropic stacks, contains 60 mg of this plant.

Qualia Mind

Qualia Mind

Since I’ve been taking Qualia Mind supplements for some time and I never experienced any toxic effects, this could be a great starting point.

So, if you want to try this nootropic, my best recommendation is through ordering Qualia Mind, which is definitely one of the most potent stacks on the market.

You can read more about Qualia Mind here >>

Your Inception Final Recommendation

Your Inception potentially recommends supplementing Celastrus Paniculatus combined with other nootropics. 

Due to the lack of studies, I would not recommend taking Celastrus Paniculatus as an individual compound, especially not in higher doses.

However, Qualia Mind does contain it and based on my research and review, Qualia Mind is one of the TOP nootropic stacks on the market.

Therefore, I’d recommend sticking to it until more is known.

With Qualia Mind, you’ll not only get a dosage of 250 mg of uridine monophosphate per day but a whole list of nootropics (28 in total) that will ensure you great cognitive performance.

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By |2019-07-01T13:39:55+00:00April 22nd, 2019|Categories: Nootropics|Tags: , |0 Comments

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Greg Gostincar is the founder of Your Inception. He has been researching, testing and experimenting with nootropics since 2015. Greg is one of the most recognized researchers in the field of nootropics.

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