Oxybral SR 30 mg extended release original GSK product – NOT AVAILABLE, see alternative below
Oxybral has vasodilator properties that help improve cerebral blood flow. Vincamine (main ingredient) is commonly used as an adjunct in combating the effects of aging improving human cognitive abilities. Because of its increased blood flow and cerebral metabolism improving, vincamine is beneficial feeding process and protect cells of the nervous system and is used as an adjuvant in case insufficient cerebrovascular psycho-behavioral disorders age comotional in post-trauma syndrome head, if sequelae after stroke. Vincamine is also beneficial for maintaining cognitive function, improving memory, concentration and thinking ability in the conduct of activities that require attention as well as degenerative and vascular dementia primary. Vincamine improve circulatory disorders of the inner ear, tinnitus, Meniere’s disease, vertigo, headache.
Oxybral is indicated to normalize and adapt the cerebral blood flow according to the metabolic needs and in turn improves, regulates and maintains all the brain functions, reflecting better performance physically and intellectually.
– Cerebral disorders:
Age related in the elderly as In cases of:
– Concentratlcn disorders
– Attention & awareness disorders
Deqenerative trophic disease:
After acute cerebralacctdents:
– Hypertensive encephejopathv
* Dizziness. vertigo. vascular headache and migraine
* Hearing troubles of vascular origin
* Visual troubles of vascular origin
* Psychiatric disorders
-Space time orientation
-Cerebrovascutar disorders espectauv cerebral Ischaemia
* improvement of the: intellectual capacity in children and adolescents
Ingredients: vincamine 30 mg, excipients
Use: 1 pill per day with meals
Oxybral SR is a peripheral vasodilator that increases blood flow to the brain . Generic drugs containing vincamine exist in specific regions. Most common drug preparations are in the sustained release forms. Vincamine is an indole alkaloid (specifically a tryptamine) found in the leaves of Vinca minor, comprising about 25-65% of the indole alkaloids found in Vinca minor by weight. It is also found in the species Catharanthus roseus. It can be synthesized from related alkaloids.
Vincamine is often used as a nootropic agent to combat the effects of aging, or in conjunction with other nootropics (such as piracetam) for a variety of purposes.