What is Seriphos good for?
Seriphos or Phosphorylated Serine can be incredibly useful in cases of insomnia that are a result of elevated nighttime cortisol levels. If you are the type of person that gets a second wind late at night or wakes up between 1am-4am and can’t get back to sleep you may be suffering from a cortisol imbalance.
What is phosphorylated serine?
Phosphorylated Serine (Brand name: SERIPHOS®) is a pure product not derived from animal tissue. The serine is from vegetable sources and the phosphate is from a pure phosphate donor compound.
Does phosphatidylserine really work?
Taking phosphatidylserine that is made from cow brain by mouth can improve some of the symptoms of Alzheimer disease after 6-12 weeks of treatment. But it might become less effective over time.
Where is Seriphos Island?
the Aegean Sea
Seriphos, also known as the Cradle of Myths, is a Greek island in the Aegean Sea, wedged between Keos, Melos, and Hydrea. Together with Keos and Lestris, Seriphos was part of the Pirate Islands.
When is the best time to take Seriphos?
Using 1-3 x Seriphos about 1-3 hours before the high cortisol is the best way I know for lowering the high cortisol and providing relief. Here is some feedback from someone who commented on the blog:
Is the original Seriphos formula still in use?
THE ORIGINAL SERIPHOS FORMULA IS BACK! The original Seriphos formula is back! After a year of struggling to find an alternative that works as well as Seriphos in lowering cortisol, I was online a few weeks ago and discovered that Interplexus has gone back to their original formula.
What happens to your body when you take Seriphos?
When I take Seriphos, I can literally feel my system dramatically ratcheting down moment by moment and within an hour or less I am easily able to go to bed and sleep. I have tried other supplements and none of them work nearly as well as Seriphos for me. I’m so glad the “Original Formula” is back.
When to take Seriphos for high cortisol levels?
Seriphos is the best thing I found to combat high cortisol levels in the evening. I don’t need to take it every day, but if there is an event that gets my cortisol up such as: travel, speaking at a conference, or doing taiko too late at night, I could be awake for hours from high cortisol.