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Hordenine is a substance known primarily for its stimulant effects. In addition, hordenine can also be considered a substance that may have similar effects to nootropics.
Hordenine is also known as:
Puurheid: ≥ 99%
Functions of Hordenine
Hordenine is primarily known for the possible stimulant effects of hordenine. Hordenine can also be considered as a substance that may have similar effects to nootropics .
Where does Hordenine come from ?
Hordenine can be found in a variety of plants and products. It is currently known that it can be found in: barley, bitter orange, algae, cacti, and some grass species . Since it is found in barley, it can also be used to measure beer consumption . This is possible since the hordenine level in our blood can increase after beer consumption .
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