How Does Mycratine Relieve Migraines?
Mycratine is a homeopathic migraine-relief liquid shot powered by a process-patented nicotine molecule called SNRA that modulates neurotransmitter pools in the brain (in particular, serotonin).
SNRA molecules dock into acetylcholine receptors in the brain and mimic the action of acetylcholine. The SNRA molecules can switch and combine with a number of excitatory and inhibitory receptors in the brain, raising the levels of other neurotransmitters that contribute to creating the following actions:
- Dopamine: pleasure, suppress appetite
- Norepinephrine: arousal, suppress appetite
- Acetylcholine: arousal, cognitive enhancement
- Serotonin: mood modulation, suppress appetite
- Beta-endorphin: reduce anxiety/tension
SNRA activates areas of the brain that are involved in producing feelings of pleasure and reward. SNRA raises the levels of a neurotransmitter called dopamine in the parts of the brain that produce feelings of pleasure and reward. Dopamine is sometimes called the "pleasure molecule."
SNRA also increases the level of other neurotransmitters and chemicals that modulate how your brain works. For example, your brain makes more endorphins in response to nicotine. Endorphins are small proteins that are often called the body's "natural pain killer." It turns out that the chemical structure of endorphins is very similar to that of heavy-duty synthetic pain killers like morphine. Endorphins can lead to feelings of euphoria also. If you're familiar with the runner's high that kicks in during a rigorous race, you've experienced the "endorphin rush." This outpouring of chemicals gives you a mental edge to finish the race while temporarily masking the nagging pains you might otherwise feel. Migraines are sustained by opioid system disturbance. The impairment of endorphin responsiveness could play a key role in headache susceptibility to environmental stimuli.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
*There is no scientific evidence backing homeopathic health claims.
*Homeopathic claims are based on theories from the 1700's that are not accepted by most modern medical experts.