Latin name: Celastrus paniculatus
Also know as: black oil plant, climbing staff tree and intellect tree
Celastrus paniculatus is a woody fruit-bearing vine. The fruit of the plant contains seeds used in Ayurveda medicine.
Celastrus paniculatus seeds are a very effective nootropic. It improve cognitive performance and promote intestinal health.
Celastrus paniculatus can protect the brain and improve cognition, but single dose supplementation is ineffective. The effect becomes stronger over two weeks of supplementation.
The seeds can also be made into an oil, which is sometimes used during massage. The oil is used to alleviate skin inflammation and has a mild sedative effect.
Celastrus paniculatus seeds are a promising supplement for neurological and intestinal health. Traditional Celastrus paniculatus dosages start at 10 seeds, taken all at once. If no side effects occur, increase the dose to 15 and finally 20 seeds.
(100 seeds is approximately 3.30 gram)