Arcalion review

Arcalion is a brand name for sulbutiamine, and can come in tablet form, gel capsule, or loose powder that many people measure or capsulize for themselves. It is usually taken in the morning, with effects that last all day.

Arcalion is a medication used to treat a condition called asthenia. Asthenia is a disorder common to many illnesses, such as chronic fatigue syndrome, diabetes, fibromyalgia, hypothyroidism, postpartum depression, and renal disease. It results in a feeling of weakness, even though actual strength is not lost, and extreme lack of energy. Arcalion brings properties of boosting energy and increasing focus and strength for those whose own focus and strength seems lacking for whatever reason.

Arcalion has been shown to improve memory, and also to improve the thinking processes of schizophrenia patients, and to promote alertness and wakefulness. It has been shown to alleviate depression and the lethargy that can accompany it, it can help normalize sleep cycles, and even improve your vision. Arcalion can also help speed the process of recovery from injuries, illnesses, or surgeries. New research even indicates that Arcalion might be helpful for erectile dysfunction.

Arcalion is also favored by athletes as a nutritional supplement, because it helps alleviate feelings of fatigue. It can increase your maximal strength and restore your energy after a hard work out or competition. It is a vitamin compound and not a steroid compound, so it is not illegal and does not test negatively in competitive sports. It improves reaction time and mental focus.

Arcalion is not approved as a prescription drug in the United States, though it is in the process of hearings at the Federal Drug Administration (FDA). It is legal to buy or sell as a dietary supplement, however. It can be purchased through mail order from several different sites. This is considered to be a generally safe practice, as Arcalion has no toxicity; that is, it has no chemical dangers that go along with taking it. The only side effect that has been recorded is the potential for severe headaches, but this is only found in cases where someone has taken higher doses than those recommended by the manufacturer. Occasionally elderly people will experience mild agitation, and if you are allergic to Arcalion, you may experience a skin rash. Some athletes experience intense euphoria, but this is when Arcalion is taken at very high doses.

It has not been established whether it is safe for pregnant women to take Arcalion, so if you are pregnant you should be very careful about taking it. The same is true for breast feeding; it has not been studied whether Arcalion is expressed in breast milk, so it is unclear whether a baby would be ingesting it. Elderly people should be given a reduced dose of Arcalion; this will help to cut down on the agitation that some older people experience when taking it. Arcalion is not recommended for children.

Arcalion has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of arcalion

• Molecular formula of arcalion is C32H46N8O6S2
• Chemical IUPAC Name is [4-[(4-amino-2-methyl-pyrimidin-5-yl)methyl-formyl-amino]-3-[2- [(4-amino-2-methyl-pyrimidin-5-yl)methyl-formyl-amino]- 5-(2-methylpropanoyloxy)pent-2-en-3-yl]disulfanyl-pent-3-enyl] 2-methylpropanoate
• Molecular weight is 702.89 g/mol
Arcalion available : 200mg pills

Generic name: Sulbutiamine

  Your Arcalion review