Originally Posted by ghi891
When supplementing supplemental amounts of Tyrosine for the purpose of replenishing dopamine and norepinephrine monoamines, what amount of vitamin B6 and vitamin C should be used in respects to the amount of Tyrosine administrated?
I'm a tyrosine fan and I take B6 and C. I'll check with my pill admin (wife) now and get the doses for you.
Back: 2 or 3 g of L-tyrosine. B6 and C are part of a super duper multi-vit "Mega-Plan" containing B6 - 100 mg, C - 100 mg, plus all forms of vitamines A, B, C, D, and numerous minerals and weird stuff per horse pill. How many per day? Be right back.
Back: 1 mega pill and 1 plain C 1150 mg brings me to 1250 mg of C.
Totals: L-tyrosine 2 g; C 1250 mg; B6 100 mg;
I take 1200 mg of fish oil and I don't know what the heck else pill admin puts in AM feed trough and I'm not going back up stairs again to ask.
My wife's friend's mother owns a health nut store and is an expert on all the vitamins that will cure me. Someone is most definitely benefiting. But what about little ol me? The combination of tyrosine, 5-htp and tryptophan has a mild mood stabilizing effect on me.
In spite of my best efforts and all others with my best interests at heart, haven't be able to find a non-prescription attention/concentration improver, enhancer, more-of-it-er, NADA.
You tweak me. I will try your recommendations. Your logic makes sense.