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Sol Supplements Niacin

Sol Supplements Niacin

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PLEASE NOTE: Our Niacin is a 'flush niacin'. Niacin can cause a very warm, tingling skin 'flush' sensation in new users. This is perfectly normal and skin will return to baseline after 45 minutes or so.

Our Niacin is so potent and pure that one serving is enough. You should only consider taking more if/when the flushing effects from 1 serving are less intense from daily use. 

Ingredients: Niacin 300 mg NE 
Other Ingredients: Gelatin (capsule)

Serving Size: 1 capsule 
Servings per Container: 60 (60 Capsules)

Stacks well with: SolSupps Glycine, SolSupps Taurine, SolSupps Magnesium, & SolSupps Astaxanthin.

NIACIN -  It is an essential B-vitamin involved in more than 500 reactions in the body which is converted to NAD+, found in all living cells. It acts as a powerful detoxification agent, so coupling with SolSupps Glycine will help your body (and your stomach and liver in particular) flush toxins and improve general wellbeing.

SolSupps Niacin is sourced from and made in the USA!

Niacin has been found to help:

  • Support detoxification in the body
  • Boost creation of cellular energy
  • Promote anti-aging pathways
  • Support brain health + cognition
  • Improve migraine symptoms
  • Support circulation and blood flow
  • Improve skin quality and acne
  • Support new blood vessel growth

The key role of niacin in your body is to synthesize the coenzymes nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) and nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADP), which are involved in over 400 biochemical reactions in your body — mainly related to obtaining energy from the food you eat.


Niacin was used in the SAME detox program that the 911 firefighters used to successfully treat their extreme overexposure of toxic dust from the WTC buildings collapsing.

The idea behind the Niacin Detox is to take a high dose of Niacin paired with moderate to heavy exercise. This combination mobilizes and stimulates lipolysis (the break down of fats).  

As the fats break down from all the breathing and sweating in the sauna or through exercise, the toxins stored inside the fat are released into the blood stream and then are removed.


As the body ages, NAD levels naturally decline, resulting in signs of aging. NAD+ enhances eight core cellular anti-aging mechanisms, and restoring cell NAD+ levels has been shown to preserve youthful function and even reverse some age-induced deterioration.


Niacin may help to improve your blood fat levels by balancing out the cholesterol levels.

  • increasing your HDL cholesterol
  • reducing your LDL cholesterol
  • reducing your triglyceride levels

This may translate to a decrease in heart disease risk.


One role of niacin is to release prostaglandins, or chemicals that help your blood vessels widen — improving blood flow and reducing blood pressure. For this reason, niacin may play a role in the prevention or treatment of high blood pressure.

In one observational study of over 12,000 adults, researchers found that each 1 mg increase in daily niacin intake was associated with a 2% decrease in high blood pressure risk — with the lowest overall high blood pressure risk seen at a daily niacin intake of 14.3 to 16.7 mg per day.

A high quality study also noted that single doses of 100 mg and 500 mg of niacin slightly reduced right ventricular systolic pressure.


Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which your body attacks and destroys insulin-creating cells in your pancreas.

There’s research to suggest that niacin could help protect those cells and possibly even lower the risk of type 1 diabetes in children who have a higher chance of developing this condition.

It can help lower the high cholesterol levels that are often seen in people with type 2 diabetes, and a recent review of studies found that niacin did not have significant negative effects on blood sugar management in people with type 2 diabetes.


Your brain needs niacin — as a part of the coenzymes NAD and NADP — to get energy and function properly.

In fact, brain fog and even psychiatric symptoms are associated with niacin deficiency.

Some types of schizophrenia can be treated with niacin, as it helps undo damage to brain cells that’s caused by a niacin deficiency.

Preliminary research shows that it could also help keep the brain healthy in cases of Alzheimer’s disease.


Niacin helps protect skin cells from sun damage, whether it’s used orally or applied as a lotion. Taking niacin after a sunburn can speed up skin healing and recovery.

It may help prevent certain types of skin cancer as well. One study of over 300 people at high risk of skin cancer found that taking 500 mg of nicotinamide twice daily reduced rates of nonmelanoma skin cancer compared to a control.


Smoking cigarettes combusts and oxidizes into nicotinic acid, then if under sun, NAD+. Replacing that source  of NAD+ greatly reduces the cravings you may receive from cigarettes.


Vitamin B3 in the form of niacinamide has been shown to increase joint mobility and decrease joint pain, inflammation, and swelling. Because of its anti-inflammatory effect on joints, niacin may serve as a good treatment option for people with arthritis.


Niacin is great for the digestive system because vitamin B3 helps break down nutrients like carbs and fats into energy. If someone is deficient in niacin, they may have a hard time digesting food and might experience gastrointestinal problems over time.


According to a 2017 study published by The New England Journal Of Medicine, niacin supplementation during pregnancy prevented malformations in mice. More human studies need to be done, but preliminary research indicates that niacin may help prevent nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) birth defects in humans and lower overall birth defect rates.


Erectile dysfunction is the inability to get or keep an erection. Because niacin helps improve blood flow, it may also be good for impotence. In a study published by the Journal of Sexual Medicine, a daily dose of up to 1,500 mg of niacin was enough to improve sexual function among men who had both ED and dyslipidemia. Men with dyslipidemia were studied because dyslipidemia is closely related to ED.

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