Xantinol nicotinate (xanthinol niacinate; trade name Complamina) is a vasodilator. It is a combination of xanthinol and niacin.
Xanthinol Nicotinate is used in peripheral vascular disorders and insufficiency. Also has been used to treat short-term memory disorders, lack of concentration, attention and vigilance.
Xanthinol nicotinate is a very potent, water soluble form of niacin that can be found in several health supplements, mostly liquid in form. Due to its potency, nicotinate has the ability to pass through the cell membranes at a much quicker rate than other forms of niacin.
Niacin is also known as Vitamin B3, and is necessary for the body to perform all of its natural functions. The body requires a constant flow of B3 because it does not retain it in storage for later use. The easiest way to ensure proper levels of niacin in the body is to regularly consume it in supplement form, especially since the absorption rate of xanthinol nicotinate is so quick.
A reddening of the skin and a hot feeling have been reported, especially at the beginning of treatment, and these side effects can vary according to the individual. While, in general, such reactions are temporary, it is thought that the patient should be made aware of them should they occur. Cases have also been reported of itching, erythema, and although rarely, arterial hypertension. Consult your physician should you note any unpleasant side effect not mentioned here.
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xanthinol niacinate; trade name Complamina
Source: Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xantinol_nicotinate