Please read entire label and directions before taking. DOPAMITE is a powerful dopaminergic and dose should be based on your body weight and tolerance. Begin by taking one tablet daily to assess tolerance, then refer to dosing instructions below. Preferably take in the morning or early afternoon. Do not exceed 3 tablets daily.* Under 150 lbs. or low tolerance: Take 1 tablet once daily. Over 150 lbs. to 200 lbs. or moderate tolerance: Take 2 tablets once daily. Over 200 lbs. or high tolerance: Take 3 tablets once daily.
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DOPAMITE Ingredient Highlights
DL-Phenylalanine (DLP) is added to DOPAMITE to support the body’s ability to balance dopamine and other neurotransmitters that it interacts with, including serotonin and norepinephrine.
DLP is a mixture the D- and L- isomers of the amino acid phenylalanine, found naturally in the diet. L-phenylalanine is a precursor to dopamine and other neurotransmitters whose actions affect the reward system. D-phenylalanine is believed to enhance mood, though its mechanisms of action are not clear.
DLP has been the focus of numerous clinical studies over the years due to its mood enhancing and soothing properties. For instance, in a double-blind clinical study comparing DLP vs. imipramine, a tricyclic anti-depressant, the authors of the study described DLP’s ability to positively affect mood as “substantial” (5). Scientists are still trying to determine how DLP works. While L-phenylalanine may act as a precursor, D-phenylalanine may reduce the breakdown of “painkillers”, known as endorphins, which are produced naturally by the body. Another possibility is that DLP increases brain levels of phenylethylamine (PEA). PEA is the substance believed to be responsible for the “feel good” effects of chocolate.
L-3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine (L-DOPA) and Biologic Amines are supplied by the Ilex paraguariensis and Mucuna pruriens extracts, respectively, in DOPAMITE. Research suggests that both L-DOPA and Biologic Amines may enhance dopaminergic function.
Like L-phenylalanine and L-DOPA, n-acetyl-tyrosine (NAT) acts as a neurotransmitter precursor. It can be converted into dopamine as well as norepinephrine. These conversions and other steps in dopamine metabolism require the presence of a variety of nutritional co-factors, including folic acid, copper and vitamin B12. All three of these co-factors are found in DOPAMITE. Collectively, they support the body’s ability to balance dopamine and reward system function.
The caffeine in DOPAMITE comes from caffeine anhydrous and Ilex paraguariensis extract. Caffeine is thought to enhance dopaminergic tone at least in part by blocking the actions of adenosine, another neurotransmitter. Caffeine can also increase epinephrine levels. When epinephrine is release into the bloodstream in large amounts, it creates a dramatically heightened sense of energy, alertness, strength and well-being, referred to as the “adrenaline rush”. This helps us conquer stressful challenges. Epinephrine also helps regulate the breakdown, or lipolysis, of body fat.
To support the fastest possible results, each tablet of DOPAMITE contains Explotech Fast Release Technology. This proprietary, lab-tested delivery technology helps ensure that the ingredients in each DOPAMITE tablet are quickly and efficiently delivered to your body.
Explotech contains a proprietary blend of ingredients known as superdisintegrants. As the term suggests, superdisintegrants accelerate tablet disintegration. In turn, this accelerates the release of the ingredients in the tablet. Lab tests conducted by the manufacturer reveal that the DOPAMITE tablet exceeds United States Pharmacopeia (USP) guidelines for tablet disintegration.
MHP researchers also added vinpocetine and theobromine to DOPAMITE. Both ingredients have the ability to relax, or dilate, blood vessels (vasodilation). When blood vessels in the brain relax, blood flow improves. This makes it easier to transport dopamine precursors and co-factors to the reward system where they can carry out their intended function.