Higenamine, also known as Norcoclaurine, is a naturally occurring molecule found in plants.
Higenamine isn't just found in one plant though. It's found in several completely distinct species which are mostly found throughout parts of Eastern Europe and Asia.
Plant species which have been found to possess Higenamine include:
There are many more as well, but you get the idea. Higenamine is distinct from other synthetic stimulants in that it is prolific throughout nature.
It truly is a product of Mother Nature, and if you're looking to turn up the energy and burn fat, you should thank her for it!
Higenamine is a stimulant, so it makes you feel more alert and focused. It's used in a lot of pre-workout supplements designed to boost energy while training, but that's not why it's so wonderful.
Sure, Higenamine can energize you and get you going for a workout, but it also has a direct mechanism by which it burns fat.
Higenamine belongs to a group of chemicals known as beta-receptor agonists. Specifically, Higenamine is a beta-2-receptor agonist.
Your body has two types of receptors that regulate the process of fat-breakdown, also called Lipolysis.
Higenamine is a beta-2-receptor agonist, which is just a fancy way of saying "activator". In other words, it turns on beta-receptors and directly stimulates the breakdown of fat.
The "2" portion of "beta-2-receptor agonist" just refers to the second sub-unit of beta-receptors. There are 3 sub-unitts of the beta-receptors. beta-2 receptors and beta-3 receptors both stimulate Lipolysis, but beta-3-receptor agonists can potentially be dangerous.
So, it's actually a good thing that Higenamine is selective for beta-2-receptors.
As a stimulant, you can take Higenamine any time of the day, but in order to avoid trouble sleeping, you shouldn't take it too close to bed time.
If you're primarily interested in the fat-burning benefits of Higenamine, you should take it before your workout.
Not only will you have more energy during your workout, but you'll also burn more fat than you normally would.
Singular Sport Higenamine is literally the only single-ingredient Higenamine supplement you can trust.
Most supplements which contain Higenamine use some kind of plant extract (Nelumbo Nucifera is particularly common). Singular Sport Higenamine, on other hand, is made with pure Higenamine HCl of the highest possible purity.
On top of that, all batches of finished product are subjected to Third Party Testing for 3 things:
So you can be absolutely sure that what's on the label is really in the product. Nothing more and nothing less.
With Singular Sport, you actually get what you pay for. Unfortunately, the same can't be said for most supplement companies.
Most fat-burners and energy supplements come with a whole bunch of unwanted, unnecessary ingredients like artificial dyes and random fillers.
These components are supposed to make products more appealing to customers, but what ever happened to "less is more"?
Singular Sport Higenamine made with:
When it comes to single-ingredient supplements, we truly believe you should get exactly what it says on the bottle, not a whole bunch of extra chemicals that don't make the product better in any way and might even be dangerous!
DirectionsAs a dietary supplement consume 1-3 servings per day. For best results, consume on an empty stomach. On training day, consume prior to exercise.
Do not use this product if you are at risk, have been diagnosed, or are being treated for high blood pressure, heart, kidney, thyroid or psychiatric disease, anxiety, depression, seizure disorder, or stroke.
Immediately discontinue use and consult your physician if any adverse reactions occur. Consult your physician prior to use if you are pregnant, nursing, or taking any medication. Not intended for use by persons under age 18.
Higenamine is safe if used correctly. Like any stimulant, however, if you take too much, you'll surely regret it. That's why you should absolutely stick to the dosing instructions and never exceed the recommended dose.
In terms of the fat-burning effects of Higenamine, there's no reason to stop taking it. As a stimulant, however, you may develop of tolerance so a break every once in a while isn't a bad idea.
Higenamine is banned by WADA. If you are subject to testing standards set forth by Higenamine, you may not be able to take Higenamine.
If you're an athlete who gets tested, you should check to make sure you're allowed to take Higenamine
Yes, the reason we released a single-ingredient Higenamine supplement is so it can be stacked with other supplements at controlled doses.
Higenamine will increase the mental stimulation aspect of any pre-workout supplement, and some contain it already, so just make sure to check the ingredients on your pre-workout first. Too much Higenamine is NOT recommended!
Yes, in fact Higenamine and Rauwolscine may actually be VERY synergistic since one is a beta-agonist and one is an alpha-antagonist.