Red Monkey Will Be Available This Monday, June 20
Great news friends! Red Monkey will be available this Monday, June 20!
What is Red Monkey? RED MONKEY is our premier mood enhancement formula. It drastically elevates your mood and gives you a great sense of focus.
Red Monkey produces moderate levels of euphoria, decreases social anxiety, provides stress relief, improves cognitive function, uplifts your overall mood. It will also give you much deeper and more restful sleep.
Red Monkey is an all in one neuro-enhancing supplement. The ingredients in Red Monkey work synergistically to improve your memory power, improve concentration, increase motivation, increase mental energy, and increase freedom from social inhibitions.
What does Red Monkey feel like? On Red Monkey you can expect to feel a high level of social freedom and demolished anxiety, similar to what you experience with alcohol, but without the sloppiness and loss of motor skills.
Is Red Monkey safe? Red Monkey is not only extremely effective, but it is extremely safe. Other “brain stimulants” are notorious for their harsh negative side effects, but with Red Monkey you can still expect cognitive boosting effects, with a very low prevalence of negative side effects – if you follow the recommended dosing instructions.
Red Monkey Ingredients
N-Acetylcysteine (N-A-C) — Phenibut — 5-HTP
Rhodiola Rosea — L-Theanine — Bacopa Mennieri
How Red Monkey's Ingredients Work (Individually)
Red Monkey Ingredients: N-Acetylcysteine (N-A-C)
What is N-A-C?
N-Acetylcysteine (N-A-C) is a powerful nootropic and glutathione precursor. While N-A-C is still being studied for new benefits, it has been used to treat intractable depression and anxiety.
How does N-A-C work?
N-Acetylcysteine is a glutathione precursor. What that means is that N-Acetylcysteine is converted into glutathione.
Glutathione is an antioxidant that used by your liver to detoxify your body.
N-A-C is considered helpful for relieving mental illness because it removes toxins from the body. These toxins would normally be cleared by the liver but if there is a glutathione deficiency, the liver is unable to clear them effectively.
N-A-C enables more glutathione to be produced when it would normally be depleted. Through glutathione buffering, NAC provides antioxidative effects and other benefits.
Why use N-A-C?
- Reduces depression
- Reduces anxiety
- Reduces symptoms of OCD
How to use N-A-C?
N-A-C typically comes in capsules containing 500 – 600 mg each.
Successful studies have shown consumption of 1 – 2 grams (2 – 4 capsules) per day to be effective.
Classes of N-A-C
There is only one class of N-A-C. Common names include: N-Acetyl Cysteine, NAC, N-Ac, and N-Acetylcysteine. However they are all the same compound.
Possible Side Effects of N-A-C
N-A-C typically does not produce any significant side effects. However it can in some cases cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or constipation. Rarely, it can cause rashes, fever, headache, drowsiness, low blood pressure, and liver problems.
Red Monkey Ingredients: Phenibut
What is Phenibut?
Phenibut (beta-phenyl-gamma-aminobutyric acid) is a derivative of GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid). Unlike GABA, however, Phenibut can easily pass through the blood-brain barrier and bind to the GABA receptors in the brain.
Compounds that bind to GABA receptors reduce anxiety, produce euphoria, and induce sleep in high doses.
How does Phenibut work?
Phenibut binds to the GABA receptors in your brain (similar to alcohol and prescription anti-anxiety compounds).
Phenibut mimics GABA that is endogenously produced (produced within the body) by binding to GABA-B and GABA-A receptors in the brain.
Why use Phenibut?
- Reduces anxiety – both general and social
- Reduces stress
- Increases social behavior and desire to socialize
- Increases sense of well-being
- Produces slight to moderate euphoria
- Increases quality of the sound of music
- Increases alertness
- Increases cognitive processes
- Improves memory retention
- Increases sexual performance
- No jitters, crash, discoordination, or annoying side effects
- Induces deep, restful sleep (in high doses)
How to use Phenibut?
Phenibut is generally used as a powder. You can measure it using a scale or a measuring spoon. It can be mixed into a drink (it has a very strong, unpleasant flavor) or encapsulated.
When Phenibut is encapsulated, it’s usually at 500 mg per serving.
You should follow a dosing schedule when you use Phenibut.
Upon waking up in the morning, on a completely empty stomach take 1000 mg (1 gram) of Phenibut (If you weigh >210 lbs take 1500mg (1.5 grams) of Phenibut). If you mix it into a drink, mix it into a zero calorie drink like tea, coffee, or diet soda.
Many users highly recommend mixing Phenibut with caffeine or another stimulant. 80 – 160 mg of caffeine is the preferred amount.
45 minutes after your first dose, you can eat some food if you are desire.
At 90 minutes to 2 hours after your Phenibut dose, evaluate how you feel. Phenibut can take long to start working in some cases, sometimes 4-5 hours. However it usually will produce noticeable effects in about 2 hours or sooner.
If you feel NOTHING after 2 hours, take another 500 – 1000 mg dose.
5 hours after your INITIAL dose, re-evaluate how you feel (and based on your plans for the rest of the day, night) consider taking 500-1000 mg (1-2 pills) more.
Do not exceed 4000 mg (8 total capsules or servings) in a 24-hour period.
Short summary of Phenibut dosing schedule:
- Wake up – take 1000 – 1500 mg on an empty stomach
- +2 Hours after your first dose – consider taking another 1000 mg
- +5 Hours after your first dose – consider taking another 500 – 1000 mg
- Evaluate how you feel on an hourly basis. It can take a while to kick in.
Using Phenibut for sleep: a 3000 – 4000 mg dosage taken all AT ONCE can be used for sleep. Many users report that the sleep is incredible and extremely deep. Be aware that there may be residual drowsiness into the next day.
Classes of Phenibut
There are no “classes” of phenibut. It’s either pure phenibut, or it’s fake or adulterated.
Possible Side Effects of Phenibut
Phenibut has very few significant side effects. However caution should be used when mixing it with alcohol as it can potentiate the effects of alcohol. People have reported that 1 drink feels like 3 drinks and 3 drinks feels like 7 or 8 drinks. Use precaution and do not drive.
Although Phenibut is not addictive, tolerance does build fast. It should not be used every day. The safest protocol is to use it 1 to 2 times per week with 4 days in between each usage.
Red Monkey Ingredients: 5-HTP
What is 5-HTP?
5-HTP is the precursor to serotonin, the neurotransmitter sometimes touted to be responsible for happiness. Consuming 5-HTP is a simple way to increase brain serotonin levels.
How does 5-HTP work?
The body converts 5-HTP into serotonin in the brain. Serotonin is one of the principal neurotransmitters involved in happiness and fighting depression.
Why use 5-HTP?
- Reduces appetite
- Increases feelings of happiness
- Decreases symptoms of depression
How to use 5-HTP?
A typical dose of 5-HTP is in the range of 300-500 mg, taken either once daily or in divided doses. Lower doses may also be effective, although usually when paired with other substances.
For the purpose of reducing food intake, 5-HTP should be taken with a meal as it increases satiety from food intake (rather than reducing appetite/hunger).
Classes of 5-HTP
There is only one class of 5-HTP. Common names include: 5-hydroxytryptophan, serotonin precursor.
Possible Side Effects of 5-HTP
Possible side effects of 5-HTP include heartburn, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, drowsiness, sexual problems, and muscle problems.
5-HTP should not be taken with any neurological drug that has been prescribed for antidepressant or other cognitive purposes unless cleared by a medical doctor. This is most important for SSRI usage, wherein the combination with 5-HTP is potentially lethal.
Mark your calendars for Monkey Monday — June 20
Red Monkey Ingredients: Rhodiola Rosea
What is Rhodiola Rosea?
Rhodiola Rosea is a Traditional Chinese Medicine and Scandinavian herb touted to promote physical and cognitive vitality.
How does Rhodiola Rosea work?
Rhodiola Rosea is an adaptogen (like Panax ginseng). Adaptogens are compounds that are able to prevent the physical and chemical effects of stress.
Further research is needed to determine how exactly adaptogens work.
Why use Rhodiola Rosea ?
- Relieves stress
- Promotes a feeling of well-being
- Reduces fatigue and exhaustion in prolonged stressful situation
How to use Rhodiola Rosea?
Usage of rhodiola as a daily preventative against fatigue has been reported to be effective in doses as low as 50mg.
Acute use of rhodiola for fatigue and anti-stress has been noted to be taken in the 288 – 680mg range.
As rhodiola has been shown to have a bell-curve response before, it is recommended to not exceed the aforementioned 680mg dosage as higher doses may be ineffective.
Classes of Rhodiola Rosea
Rhodiola Rosea is also known as Rosavin, Rosenroot, Rhodiola Rhizome, Golden Root, Arctic Root, Rhidola.
Possible Side Effects of Rhodiola Rosea
No clinically relevant side effects have been determined.
Red Monkey Ingredients: L-Theanine
What is L-Theanine?
L-Theanine is a relaxing and non dietary amino acid known to promote relaxation without sedation. It appears to be effective at this as well as reducing stress at standard dosages.
How does L-Theanine work?
L-Theanine targets four key neurotransmitters: GABA, Serotonin, Dopamine, and Norepinephrine. These neurotransmitters are responsible for feelings of arousal, stress, pleasure, and attention. L-Theanine helps to calm down the brain by preventing over-activity of neurons.
Why use L-Theanine?
- Reduces stress
- Slightly improves attention
- Takes the edge off caffeine
- Promotes relaxation without sedation
How to use L-Theanine?
L-Theanine tends to be taken in the dosage of 100 – 200 mg
Many users like to combine it with caffeine.
Classes of L-Theanine
L-Theanine is also known as Theanine and 5-N-Ethyl-Glutamine.
Possible Side Effects of L-Theanine
L-Theanine is considered safe to use and has no known significant side effects.
Red Monkey Ingredients: Bacopa Mennieri
What is Bacopa Mennieri?
Bacopa Mennieri is a nootropic herb that has been used in traditional medicine for longevity and cognitive enhancement. Supplementation can reduce anxiety and improve memory formation.
How does Bacopa Mennieri work?
Bacopa Mennieri interacts with the dopamine and serotonergic systems, but its main mechanism concerns promoting neuron communication. It does this by enhancing the rate at which the nervous system can communicate by increasing the growth of nerve endings, also called dendrites.
Why use Bacopa Mennieri?
- Reduces anxiety
- Improves memory
- Improves cognition
How to use Bacopa Mennieri?
The standard dose is 300mg, assuming that the total bacoside content (the active compound) is 55% of the extract, by weight.
Classes of Bacopa Mennieri
Bacopa Mennieri is also known as Brahmi, Aindri, Lysimachia monnieri L. Cent.,Graticola monnieri L., Herpestis monniera L. Kunth., Water hyssop, Thyme-leafed gratiola, Indian Pennywort, Jalabrahmi.
Possible Side Effects of Bacopa Mennieri
It’s suggested to take Bacopa Mennieri with food. Taking Bacopa monnieri on an empty stomach may cause nausea, cramping, bloating, and diarrhea.