Your brain’s neurons rely almost entirely on mitochondria-derived energy. Failure of mitochondrial function can affect the rest of your body. But it’s particularly detrimental to your brain. This is where Methylene Blue steps in as one of the most important anti-aging and neurological disease-preventing biological agents.
Methylene Blue quickly crosses the blood-brain barrier. It improves mitochondrial efficiency and respiration, acts as an antioxidant, and increases brain cell lifespan, resulting in improved memory and mood. At low dosages, Methylene Blue is used to enhance mitochondrial function, increase cerebral blood flow, and acts as an antidepressant.
Methylene Blue improves memory by increasing brain cell respiration, or how the brain cell utilizes oxygen. It increases ATP production to provide more cellular energy for better overall brain function including cognition, mood, and memory.
Methylene Blue is an antioxidant. MB is a metabolic enhancer and an antioxidant. Methylene Blue binds to superoxide and reduces it to water. It stops the oxidative cascade at its very beginning before it gets a chance to do damage.
Low dose Methylene Blue may provide memory-enhancing effects, boosts cognition, can work as an antidepressant, assists in anti-aging, helps dementia, Huntington’s, and Alzheimer’s, is anti-microbial, and may even slow skin aging.