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What Is Neuroaid?

By Helena Reimer
Updated Feb 25, 2024
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NeuroAiD™ is a natural treatment for stroke, which was used in Traditional Chinese Medicine before it became known in other parts of the world. It is suitable for those who have had a stroke within the past six months and suffer from paralysis or reduced neurological functions as a result. The drug is able to help improve functions such as the ability to speak, think, and move around. Due to the natural ingredients, the NeuroAiD™ drug is safe to take and generally does not cause any side effects.

Radix Astragali, also known as Astragalus root or milk vetch root, is the primary ingredient in NeuroAiD™. In total, the drug contains 14 ingredients, all of which are from the Chinese pharmacopoeia. The ingredients are extracted and specially formulated into a capsule. Doctors often prescribe the capsule, but in some countries, it is also available as an over-the-counter medicine.

A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is reduced or shut off. A reduced blood supply deprives the neurons of oxygen and other nutrients, which in turn causes them to die. As a result, the neurological functions are reduced, causing the individual to lose the ability to speak or think. It can also result in hemiplegia, which is a paralysis in the limbs and trunk on one side of the body.

Often helping to reduce the negative effects of a stroke, NeuroAiD™ can assist individuals to make improved recoveries. It has the ability to increase the production of neurons in the brain and also helps the neurons to connect with each other. This essentially helps the brain to rewire itself so that communication between the brain and body can be restored. Afterward, stroke patients may be able to regain their independence much quicker.

For best results, NeuroAiD™ should be taken as soon as possible; however, it is also effective when taken six months after the stroke. A general dose is to take three to four capsules three times a day for up to three months. In some cases, and under the care of a physician, the patients can continue with longer treatments. The benefits of NeuroAiD™ can usually be seen in about one month.

There is no evidence that NeuroAiD™ interferes with other medications. Therefore, it is safe to take in conjunction with another stroke treatment or rehabilitation program. Side effects are rare; however, there have been cases of vomiting, nausea, and mild headaches. A prolonged use of NeuroAiD™ can also cause a dry throat, thus creating a need to drink more fluids.

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