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Neuromentis® - 1 package, 60 capsules

Neuromentis® is an innovative dietary supplement with a unique composition. It contains ingredients supporting brain energy and neurotransmission processes.

Neuromentis® is an additional component of the diet and is a perfect complement to the therapy.

Revimyelin® and Neuromentis® are two out of three supplements created by our team. All of them are intended especially for people exposed to factors that negatively affect the nervous system and who want to support the process of its regeneration, support brain energy and neurotransmission.

 Both products have been composed in such a way that they complement each other and act complementarily, enhancing the impact on the entire body.



Amount per 1 capsule - %RDI

Amount per 2 capsules –


Niacin (vitamin B3)

125 mg – 781,2%

250 mg – 1562,4%

Riboflavin (vitamin B2)

 25 mg

50 mg

L- tryptophan

 35 mg

70 mg


 40 mg – 10%

80 mg – 20%

Vitamin B12 (methylocobalamin)

 200 mcg - 8000%

400 mcg – 16000%

Folic acid (vitamin B9)

150 mcg – 75%

300 mg – 150%

L - thyrosine

150 mg

300 mg


2,5 mg

5 mg


2,5 mg

5 mg

 *RDI – reference daily intake
Ingredients: niacin in the form of nicotinamide (vitamin B3), riboflavin (vitamin B2), l-tryptophan, magnesium cirtate, vitamin B12 (methylocobalamin), folic acid (vitamin B9) , l-thyrosine, NAD+, NADH

No preservatives added.

Recommended daily dose: 2 capsules


Depression, mental fog, and chronic fatigue do not occur without a reason, and they are the symptoms of many diseases, including MS. The etiology of all diseases is not fully known, but we already know enough about processes which are taking place in the brain.

If you are starting to feel mental reluctance to take any actions, it is worth starting supplementation with Neuromentis®.

The ingredients of Neuromentis® have been selected based on scientific knowledge to support the body in the production of neurotransmitters by providing it with their individual component forms occurring during the chain reaction. This ensures the activation of various enzymes responsible for repairing damaged cells.

Everyone knows how many processes take place every second in our brain, which is the command center of the whole organism, responsible not only for the mental state but also for the physical state.

Biological disturbances in the production of neurotransmitters can lead to fatal effects consisting in changes in the brain. The cause of these changes, apart from depressive mental states, may also be fatigue, lack of energy or decreased activity both in terms of daily activities, and at the level of cognitive activity.

All of this cause the terrible condition of those who suffer with various diseases, including MS. Nerve cells called neurons communicate with each other by transmitting electrical impulses. For this reason, they have a specific structure. A long filament called the axon, comes out of the central part called the cell body. The task of the axon is to transmit the electrical message generated in a given neuron to another nerve cell. This cell receives this information through branches called dendrites that connect to the axon of the first neuron through points called synapses. The whole process releases chemicals that make the transmission of information possible. These chemicals are what we call neurotransmitters. They ensure the proper transmission of the message from one neuron to another. Their appropriate level prevents fatal changes in the functioning of the body.


NAD + supports the recovery of cognitive functions, strengthens the immune system, is a strong antioxidant. It acts as a coenzyme in some biochemical reactions. It is necessary for their proper course, among others transfers electrons between them.

A common symptom among people with MS and other neurological diseases is a mental reluctance to undertake any activity, it may be caused by low levels of NAD + in the body. The high concentration of NAD + delays the feeling of fatigue caused by intense training or rehabilitation.

NAD + activates sirtuins, which are responsible for the long-lasting, efficient functioning of organs in the body, and thus affects good physical condition. Clearing metabolic pathways through the increase of NAD + along with the activation of sirtuins increases the sensible energy, which is directed both to the nervous system and to the muscles performing the work.

Higher NAD + expression reduces the toxicity of betaamyloid, which is associated with the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease. NAD + is also responsible for the regulation of inflammation in the nervous system, influencing the release of inflammatory cytokines by microglia. As a result, NAD + reduces the risk of degenerative diseases.

NAD + influences the formation of TH1 and TH17 cytokines of the immune system. These cytokines are involved in the pathogenesis of many autoimmune diseases. NAD + not only inhibits but also reverses neuronal degeneration through immunosuppression caused by an increase in IL10 and accelerated myelination. It is proven that glial cells deliver NAD to neurons in stressful situations. In multiple sclerosis, microglia levels of NAD + have been found to be disturbed, resulting in an increase in the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines that induce neurodegeneration.

In patients with MS, NAD levels increase in the immune system and decrease in the nervous system, causing a deficiency in neurons which are in turn more susceptible to damage during the disease.


NADH is responsible for the increase in the production of neurotransmitters (happiness hormones) and adrenaline (a hormone responsible for mood and immunity in stressful situations). NADH guarantees the generation of energy and the proper functioning of tissues and organs.

NADH participates in the synthesis of neurotransmitters, serotonin and norepinephrine, which improve well-being, and most importantly, the appropriate psychophysical condition. NADH is responsible for the transformation of arginine alpha-ketoglutarate into nitric oxide, which prevents muscle breakdown, improves physical performance, increases exercise tolerance and facilitates oxygen transport.

The largest cluster of neurons is found in the substantia nigra in the midbrain, which is part of the extrapyramidal nervous system. It is responsible for triggering free movements and regulating the tone of skeletal muscles.

Patients with disorders of this component of the nervous system complain of pathological changes in muscle tone (stiffness in parkinsonism, decreased tension in chorea), the occurrence of involuntary movements (resting tremor in parkinsonism, choreic, athetotic, ballistic, dystonic movements) and difficulties in coordination of movements .

As Dr. George Birkmayer, director of the Parkinson's Therapy Institute in Vienna, which has been researching NADH for over 30 years, explains, “one third of all the energy we produce in our body is used by our brain. For this reason, an energy deficiency first appears in the brain with symptoms such as a lack of concentration and alertness or mental fog. With more NADH, brain cells perform better (…) Another mechanism by which NADH affects cognition is by stimulating the production of adrenaline. Both of these substances are essential for our cognitive functioning and our memory "

Interview: Dr. George Birkmayer on NADH for Energy, Healthy Immune Function and More, "ProHealth.", January 30, 2006.

In 2004, a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial was conducted to examine the efficacy of NADH in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. 24 patients with probable Alzheimer's disease received 10 mg orally of NADH or placebo. As noted after six months, participants treated with NADH showed no signs of progressive cognitive decline, on the contrary, they showed significantly higher performance scores than the placebo group for verbal fluency and visual-constructive ability, and a tendency to perform better in abstract reasoning. verbal. The researchers concluded: "In line with previous research, the current findings support NADH as a treatment for Alzheimer's disease."

Demarin V., Podobnik S.S., Storga-Tomic D., Kay G., Treatment of Alzheimer's disease with stabilized oral nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide: A randomized, double-blind study, "Drugs Exp Clin Res." 2004; 30 (1): 27-33.


Niacin participates in the most important processes of our body. As a result of niacin deficiency, you can become apathetic, nervous, aggressive. The result of deficiency of this vitamin may also include mental disorders or diseases such as schizophrenia. Niacin is responsible for 500 reactions in the body.It participates in metabolic changes aimed at releasing energy, inhibits the toxic effects of chemical compounds, regulates the level of cholesterol and triglycerides, supports the nervous system and mental state.

Adequate level of vitamin B3, which is constantly maintained in the body, influences the production of white blood cells responsible for neutralizing the activity of harmful bacteria. Niacin thus stimulates the immune system to counteract bacterial infections. The most underrated, however, are its properties for treating depression, which often coexists with neurodegenerative diseases.

Niacin is absolutely essential for the functioning of the peripheral nervous system. It lowers stress, nervous tension and the feeling of anxiety. It has an important therapeutic and state-related effect, supplementing the treatment of anxiety and depression.


L-tryptophan is an amino acid. The brain lowers tryptophan into serotonin, the happiness hormone. In the absence of this amino acid, serotonin deficiency occurs, which causes mood drops, depression, and insomnia. Serotonin is responsible for impulsive behaviour and sexual needs. The effect of this amino acid on depressive states was confirmed when its deficiency in the body was artificially induced during the study. Most of the respondents worsened their depressive symptoms, which were gradually alleviated as a result of taking tryptophan supplements. Tryptophan is also an ally of restorative sleep. Tryptophan also helps to build pure muscle mass by stimulating cell growth, which contributes to the improvement of physical fitness. After conversion into melatonin, it increases the body's resistance.


It is one of the 20 protein amino acids. It supports the body during periods of increased mental and physical effort, e.g. during rehabilitation and in states of fatigue. This is done by maintaining optimal levels of neurotransmitters, Tyrosine restores specific cognitive resources used to increase working memory. Tyrosine deficiency may contribute to a depressed mood. L-tyrosine is one of the endogenous amino acids that stimulate the work of muscles.


Methylcobalamin is the biologically active form of vitamin B12. It takes part in the processes of growth and regeneration of nerve cells. The correct level of vitamin B12 in the body makes us feel less tired and apathetic. 


Magnesium stabilizes the nervous system and improves the work of gray cells. It takes part in the transformation of carbohydrates, fats and cells. It is responsible for the supply of energy to the tissues and cells of the body, and in particular to the nerve cells of the brain. It improves memory and thinking, and has a calming effect on the body. The result of magnesium deficiency in the tissues is the nervous hyperactivity syndromes, coexisting with neurodegenerative diseases. The relaxing muscular effect of magnesium is used in the treatment of e.g. in diseases such as multiple sclerosis. Magnesium affects both protein synthesis and the proper functioning of muscle tissue, it also participates in nerve conduction.


It has been proven in many clinical and epidemiological studies that folate deficiency leads to neuropsychiatric diseases, e.g. depression, psychoses, epilepsy, or various myeloneuropathies. Folate deficiency also reduces the synthesis of S-adenosylmethionine (SAN), which plays an important role in the synthesis and catabolism of ketocholamines in the brain. Disruption of these processes can lead to disruption of neurotransmission, the symptoms of which may be cognitive decline and mood changes. SAN deficiencies were found both in patients with depression and in Alzheimer's disease. There are more and more indications that SAN plays a very important role in the process of myelination. Inadequate methylation resulting from SAN deficiency leads to myelin degeneration. It has been shown that administering folic acid to patients with demyelinating disease reverses the symptoms of demyelination.


Vitamin B2 is of great importance in the proper functioning of the nervous system. It participates in the production of nerve transmitters in the brain. It is a component of many enzymes in the human body, responsible for the flow of electrons, which is a key element in the functioning of the nervous system. Vitamin B2 is crucial for the energy storage capacity of the human body. It takes an active part in the production of hemoglobin, the most important element transporting oxygen in blood vessels, facilitates the proper functioning of the epithelium of blood vessels and the heart muscle, and also contributes to the regulation of blood pressure. Adequate level of vitamin B2 is necessary to maintain the correct ratio of lactate, an increase of which indicates metabolic disorders in the mitochondria.