Does anyone have any experience with AtremoPlus They make some impressive claims. However its 300 euros for a months supply. Is it another snake oil?
I had never heard of it before but would want to know how the product crosses the Blood Brain Barrier or the standard of any trials before paying big money.
Hi, I have just come across AtremoPlus on Facebook, read the reviews and thought I would check on the Forum. I expected there would be lot’s of comments based on their testimonials? Has no one tried it?
Also looking for any knowledge on this or - living better Parkinsons - who appear to be promoting it.
I have been using it for about 9 months now. I ditched Madopa as that only gave me partial tremor relief, made me feel sick and highlighted problems with skin cancer of which I was unaware. AtremoPlus gives me slightly better tremor relief and no nasty side effects. You have to take it with yoghurt, not water. I take 10gm in the morning and another 10 mid afternoon. Yes, it is expensive but the science behind it is sound. It is derived from the Fava bean. And seems to be a more refined alternative to Mucuna Pruriens which I also took in similar powder form as Zandopa. Hope this helps. JCPB
I’ve been using it for three days now, and and the effect on me is very similar to a 100mg dose of madopar, I am testing a month of it to see if it helps. So far yes, it levels out my on/off periods. Seems to last longer. Nature really is a wonderful resource. As it’s effectively freeze dryed broad beans.
Hi …very interested to hear about Atremoplus. Where do you get it from?
I am taking mucuna pruriens at present ( fairly newly diagnosed and wanting to avoid madopar for a while given sideeffects and the fact that i have had skin cancer in the past
Thanks for any info you can share
Hi Do a google search for Atremo Plus and you can buy it on-line. My husband took it one morning but was frozen more than usual for the rest of the day. He takes a lot of Parkinsons meds and I wasn’t sure if it stopped those from working (affected absorption??). Maybe OK if you’re on a low dose of meds eg it seems to work well for people above. We’ll wait until we get advice from Parkinsons’ specialists …
I have used Atrmoplus and Mucuna prurienS in the form of Zandopa and found both of them effective. The main difference between them is not effectiveness but cost. Atremo comes from Spain in powder form around 50 euros per small bottle. Zandopa comes from India at around £8 for 200grams. I use Zandopa in conjunction with NHS-supplied Neupro Rotigotine patches. They work well together and I have had no adverse comments from my NHS consultant. JCPB
I have been using AtremoPlus for over 2 years now (diagnosed in 2016) , When I found this product I was in real trouble. Difficulty in walking, getting dressed, turning over in bed, driving, couldn’t play golf which I love to do, couldn’t turn my hands to wash dishes, couldn’t type, anyway the list goes on. I was taking L/C 3 times a day but is wasn’t helping. 2 days after I started taking Atremo I was a new man, all the things mentioned above were much better. It is by no means a cure, but I couldn’t live without it. Somehow it seems to help L/C work better.