Vinpotropile is a mixture of Vinpocetine and Piracetam. Vinpocetine is a chemical, created in Hungary in the 1970s, that is synthesized from extracts of the Lesser Periwinkle plant. Vinpotropile is supposed to have marked cognitive effects on the human body, increasing your memory and processing accuracy while decreasing your pulse, reaction times, and protecting against cognitive decline and some neurodegenerative disorders. This is due to Vinpocetine’s possible ability to improve blood flow to the brain.
Vinpocetine does have a potential for interacting with other drugs, particularly blood clotting and thinning agents. It also has a range of side effects and could negatively impact those with weakened immune systems. Despite these factors Vinpotropile is still considered one of the safer nootropics on the market, even if all of its features, benefits, and potential dangers are not understood.
Country of origin: Russia