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October 02, 2017 1 Comment


Since Synaptamine was released, manufacturing, technology, and research on additional ingredients has improved over time, and significantly improved delivery modalities have been created.  As a result of these innovations, Sanus Biotech has developed and patented several of its own formulations, the first of which is called Cerveau.  Cerveau has been developed to address the symptoms associated with low dopamine levels, and will initially be released as a sublingual tablet in three specially-formulated versions of “original,” “addiction”, and “memory”.

While Cerveau’s initial release will be in sublingual form, liquid (including a beverage), capsules, stick packs, chewable, and lozenges are also in the works.

Here are the ingredients in Cerveau:

Original Formula | 1.5 mg | Dose 1 tablet per day

Vitamin B6, L-Tyrosine USP, L-Glutamine, Rhodiola, Root Extract 3% Rosavin, Griffonia simplicifolia Seed Extract, 5-HTP, DL-Phenylalanine, Passion Flower Aerial Extract, N-Acetyl-Cysteine, Arabinogalactan, Mucuna pruriens seed extract, L-Dopa, L-Theanine, D-Ribose, Phosphatidyl Serine, SAM-e.

Manufacturing Overview

A critical element to the efficacy of Cerveau is how it is manufactured.  Our goal is to deliver a product that breaks the Blood Brain Barrier (BBB) and avoids the “gut,” where products are broken down by the digestive system and lose a substantial amount of their efficacy.  The BBB is a highly selective semipermeable membrane barrier that separates the circulating blood from the brain and extracellular fluid in the central nervous system. The BBB is formed by brain endothelial cells and it allows the passage of water, some gases, and lipid-soluble molecules by passive diffusion, as well as the selective transport of molecules such as glucose and amino acids that are crucial to neural function. 

Sanus Biotech has partnered with one of the leading nanotechnology companies in the country. Research is showing that Nanotechnology helps in the transfer of drugs across the BBB. Delivering drugs across the blood–brain barrier is one of the most promising applications of nanotechnology in clinical neuroscience. Nanoparticles could potentially carry out multiple tasks in a predefined sequence, which is very important in the delivery of drugs across the blood–brain barrier.

Nanoparticle manufacturers generally face challenges in three areas:

  • Most nanoparticles are not solid metal, can’t be manufactured to specific sizes, and fall out of solution quickly.  This means that for their limited applications, they are less powerful and have a short shelf life.
  • Most nanoparticles are ionic and use chemical surfactants—both can be toxic to humans and the environment.
  • Effective, stable nanoparticles are prohibitively expensive to produce and cannot be manufactured to scale--inhibiting broad market adoption and limiting potential applications.

Through a propriety manufacturing process, our partner has overcome the common nanotech challenges.

  • They produce solid spheres within a very tight size distribution.  The solid particles are never “used up” like ions and stay suspended in solution virtually forever.
  • Laser ablation method produces round particles in a very narrow size distribution, eliminating ions and need for chemical surfactants.
  • Mechanical, continuous flow production process allows us to quickly and efficiently create effective, non-toxic particles.

*Cerveau will be priced at $38.99 for a 30-day supply.  Price is subject to change.  Wholesale pricing will be available.  Contact us at for wholesale information.

1 Response

Lyle Fried
Lyle Fried

October 02, 2017

We have been a customer since your inception and are looking forward to the new product assuming wholesale prices are reasonable.

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