More about Niacine B3 100 mg
Niacin is also called nicotinic acid, although it has nothing to do with the nicotine in tobacco. It is a vitamin that our bodies can make from the amino acid tryptophan. We get this vitamin from food. This supplement activates the natural energy in the body.
Vitamin B3 plays an important role in cell renewal and metabolism. For example, she is an important factor in a healthy metabolism in which fats, carbohydrates and proteins are processed. It is also important for the DNA and muscles. Furthermore, Vitamin B3 is also associated with enhancing the effects of both Lion's Mane and psilocybin according to the so-called Paul Stamets Stack formula for microdosing. This is done in part by facilitating the crossing of the blood brain barrier and allowing the effects of the substances to better penetrate the body.
Take with a meal and water.
A varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are important. A dietary supplement is no substitute for a varied diet.
Keep dry, closed and out of reach of young children.
niacin, fillers (cellulose, rice abstract), anti-clumping agents (silica, magnesium stearate, rapeseed oil), humectant (glycerol), stabilizer (vegetable stearic acid).
wheat, gluten, egg, nuts, soy, fish, shellfish, dairy products, GMO, preservatives and synthetic fragrances, colors and flavors.