Origin: Supplements and food sources such as barley, citrus aurantium, and acacia rigidula leaf extract.
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Overview: N-Methyltyramine is the methylated version of L-Tyramine (through the addition of a methyl group at the N terminal), a naturally occurring monoamine compound that acts as a catecholamine releasing agent. It is known to significantly increase adrenergic, dopaminergic and serotonergic neurotransmitters by acting as an indirect sympathomimetic amine, increases insulin secretion and decreases blood sugar levels, and increases plasma and myocardial cGMP and cAMP levels.
Common Dosage: 50 mg