Dihydroergotoxine review

Dihydroergotoxine more commonly know as a branch or a combination of Ergoloid mesylates. Dihydroergotoxine is the so-called combo version of the drug since it combines three different kinds of ergotamine namely, Dihydroergocornine, Ihydroergocristine, and Dihydroergocryptine. Ergoloid mesylates is the name of the group of drugs which Dihydroergotoxine belongs to and which can be used medically. Dihydroergotoxine is mostly used to save neurons from the brain from injury as well as preserve the remaining neurons through an increase of blood flow to the brain. This drug has also been called a nootropic, more commonly known as a ‘smart drug’. It is said to improve or heighten the cognitive abilities of people. Typically the users of these drugs are those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, stroke victims, Parkinson’s disease or maybe those people with learning disorders. It is also used to battle senility in the aged. These drugs are usually used in a combination with other nootropic drugs like Piracetam for the fullest and best effect.

Sometimes drugs interact badly with each other, chemicals which are supposed to help you end up hurting you. To prevent this, please disclose all the drugs that you are taking to your treating physician. In this case you should tell your doctor if you are allergic to ergot alkaloids or any other drug, and tell him exactly what over the counter and prescription drugs you are using. It’s also important to disclose a full medical history to your physician. All the information will help him decide what the right dose is for you. For this drug, it is especially important that you tell your doctor if you have had a history of mental illness.

Dihydroergotoxine have some side effects that are basically just small reactions a human body has to new and foreign chemicals. It isn’t harmful; it is just a sign of your body acknowledging that there is a new chemical being introduced into it. Some common side effects are: vomiting, stomach problems, irritation of the mouth especially under the tongue, stuffy nose, dizziness, lightheadedness, flushing uncontrollably. However sometimes patients have an allergic reaction to the drug they are taking, some signs of that allergic reaction are: unexplained rash, uncontrollable itching, blurred vision, and trouble breathing. These are signs of a dangerous allergic reaction. If any of these signs manifest while you are taking the drug go to a doctor immediately.

Dihydroergotoxine are marketed widely, and so they have many different brand names. Hydergine, Niloric, Redizork, and Alkergot are the most well known of them. It comes in 1mg-4mg pills and the recommended dosage is 1 mg thrice a day. Take this medication with meals to avoid an upset stomach. It also comes in dissolving pills, which are supposed to be dissolved under the tongue. And it comes in syrup form with also. The recommended dosage is the same for the pills and the syrup. However, the dosage may vary with each patient. It is important to specifically follow the doctor’s instructions. Take the prescribed dose and take it during the suggested time.

Dihydroergotoxine has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of dihydroergotoxine

• Molecular formula of dihydroergotoxine is C33H45N5O5
• Molecular weight is 591.7409 g/mol
Dihydroergotoxine available : 1mg tablets

Generic name: Ergoloid mesylate

Brand name(s): Alkergot, Circanol, Deapril-ST, Gerimal, Hydergin, Hydergine, Ischelium, Redergin, Trigot

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