Uridine is reported to be an effective but less-known nootropic, used for cognition enhancement and mood improvement. Uridine is produced by the human liver. Some natural foods are also reported to contain uridine. These include sugarcane extract, oats, beer, yeast, mushrooms, breast milk, broccoli, liver and pancreas offal etc. Consuming these foods does not increase the blood uridine level significantly. However, uridine supplements can. These supplements are usually administered orally and absorbed within the gastrointestinal tract and liver.
One pouch contains 20g of Uridine
Vegetarians and vegans
Recommendations vary, however most sources suggest 500-1,000mg per day.
Disclaimer: This is a recommended dosage only which is based on our own experience and anecdotal evidence. We advise that you conduct your own research before using this product.
|Molecular Weight||244.20138 g/mol|
|Appearance||White crystalline powder|