Blue Cannatine is a precision blend of nicotine, caffeine, methylene blue, and hemp crystals beatifically derived.
Responsible for the color of your tongue, Methylene Blue donates an electron at the electron transport chain in the mitochondria, the batteries in our cells, and improves energy (ATP) production.
It is especially effective at making energy in the brain and the heart where the largest concentration of mitochondria are located. Blue Cannatine has a precision dose of pharmaceutical-grade, purity tested Methylene blue, at a dose nowhere near toxic or oxidative levels.
Still, we recommend not to exceed 4 Blue Cannatine per day to prevent potential toxicity and drug interactions.
- Enhances both long and short term memory
- Enhanced memory consolidation
- Antioxidant properties
- Mood Enhancing
- Most side effects of Methylene Blue are dose-dependent and do not occur with doses <5mg/kg. In Blue Cannatine, the Methylene Blue dose per troche is 5mg TOTAL and the daily limit is 4 troches per day to stay well within safe levels but also still provide therapeutic value.
- Because of the potential risk of Serotonin Syndrome (a life-threatening condition) do not combine Methylene Blue of any dose with SSRIs, SNRIs, or drugs that increase serotonin levels. For all you psychonauts out there considering Methylene Blue, certain psychedelic substances like MDMA and psilocybin increase serotonin and the vine in ayahuasca ceremonies has MAO-I properties like Methylene Blue…so be mindful of what you are stacking/ingesting!
Pharmaceutical grade nicotine, non-tobacco derived. Nicotine is a very misunderstood nootropic that enhances focus, concentration, memory, learning, and may be neuroprotective. The addictive potential of nicotine is MUCH greater when smoked or combined with additives that are in tobacco or vaping products. A typical cigarette has between 6mg to 28mg of nicotine each. There is only 1mg of Nicotine in a full Blue Cannatine troche, which dissolves slowly over 15 to 30 minutes.
A very misunderstood nootropic in its own right. Although it is the active ingredient in cigarettes and other tobacco products, it has a host of cognitive benefits. Most of the other adverse effects of nicotine are associated with smoking tobacco.
- Memory and Learning
- Cardiovascular: Use caution in patients with cardiovascular or peripheral vascular diseases, including coronary heart disease (eg, history of myocardial infarction, angina pectoris, or both), serious cardiac arrhythmias, or vasospastic diseases (eg, Buerger disease, Prinzmetal variant angina, and Raynaud phenomena). Discontinuation may be required.
- Cardiovascular: Risk of malignant hypertension in patients with accelerated hypertension
- Cardiovascular: Tachycardia and palpitations have been reported. Risk increased in patients with heart disease, recent heart attack, or irregular heartbeat. Discontinuation may be required
- Cardiovascular: Avoid use in patients immediately after myocardial infarction, those with serious arrhythmias, or with severe or worsening angina.
- Cardiovascular: Increase in blood pressure may occur in patients with uncontrolled hypertension.
- Endocrine and metabolic: Use caution in patients with hyperthyroidism, pheochromocytoma, or insulin-dependent diabetes
- Gastrointestinal: May cause delayed healing in patients with peptic ulcer disease
- Reproductive: Fetal harm may occur. Spontaneous abortion during therapy has been reported
The most widely used nootropic on the planet, caffeine increases attention, alertness, and memory. A regular cup of coffee has 200mg of caffeine. Blue Cannatine has just ¼ of this dose.
Tried and true, safe and dependable, caffeine is a stimulant that:
- Improve Attention and Alertness
- Improve Reaction Speed and Accuracy
- Improve coordination, judgment, and memory
- Increase Strength and Endurance
- Prevents weight gain
- Improve mood
- Enhance Memory
- Anxiety: Avoid use in patients with anxiety, agitation, or tremor.
- Cardiovascular Disease: Use with caution in patients with Cardiovascular Disease. Avoid use in patients with symptomatic cardiac arrhythmias.
- Gastrointestinal disease: Use with caution in patients with a history of peptic ulcer and/or gastroesophageal reflux.
- Hepatic Impairment: Use with caution in patients with Hepatic Impairment.
- Renal Impairment: Use with caution in patients with Renal Impairment.
- Seizure Disorder: Use with caution in patients with a history of seizure disorder; may lower seizure threshold leading to new onset or breakthrough seizure activity.