Mycobacterium Vaccae Supplement Review: How to Buy & Get Quality Supplements

Mycobacterium Vaccae supplements are getting more and more attention as numerous studies show how supplementation can improve physical and mental health with stunning results. 

In fact, Mycobacterium Vaccae supplementation in research proved to:

1) drastically reduce inflammation

2) decrease anxiety and depression

3) improve memory and learning 

4) increase serotonin levels (lowering risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s)

5) Safeguard against the development of asthma and allergic reactions

These emerging studies have left thousands that are privy to the research wondering about how to get Mycobacterium Vaccae supplements, if they can even buy Mycobacterium Vaccae in the first place, and what form (pills, capsules, probiotic drinks) work best.

So without further ado, this post will address those questions and point toward a brand new nutraceutical compound released just 28 days before writing this (I was on their email waitlist for 4 agonizing months because the batch sizes are so small 'to ensure potency and quality' which is understandable and probably the reason their website is usually on backorder status).

Buying Mycobacterium Vaccae Supplements

Why It's Hard to Find

You might expect that such a promising compound, touting extraordinary benefits for both the body and mind would get more coverage from the mainstream media.

I mean, how often do we see junk science being shared all over Facebook and the like with click-bait titles and miracle promises.

But most of these are based in flawed research, dug up from obscure journals and funded by the very same corporations that stand to profit from the sensationalist news...

That's hardly the kind of thing informed individuals want to base their dietary and supplemental intake upon.

We have to hold ourselves to a higher standard than that if we want a truly healthy lifestyle that will deter depression and increase our lifespan as well as our quality of life.

[Side Note: Pharmaceutical companies rely on prescriptions for naturally cureable ailments so much so that they are known to harass scientists and supplement companies that hurt their bottom line with insane lawsuits that drag on for years... this maybe part of the reason Mycobacterium Vaccae supplements are hard to find/not receiving the attention they deserve.]

The Good News

In researching Mycobacterium Vaccae as a way to improve important health factors we find a few extremely reassuring truths...

There is no monetary incentive to cherry pick or make up data, muddy research by paying for the results, or payout huge bribes ($500 billion in 2013).

There is absolutely zero 'Big Pharma' gain to be had in the use of natural gut healing and anxiety easing supplements to rid us of many of the very ailments these giant industries depend on.

Further, the findings on the benefits of Mycobacterium Vaccae supplementation aren't taken from cherry picked data, questionable research designs, or academic journals we've never heard of.

In fact, we find some of the most promising and eye-opening findings on Mycobacterium Vaccae, like it's numerous mental health benefits, in prestigous and rigorously reviewed journals including the American Society for MicrobiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and recently, the International Review of Neurobiology.

Very Limited Source

With all that said about the low incentive by corporations to push the acknowledgment of Mycobacterium Vaccae (if not incentive to suppress it), it is understandable that so very little sources for buying it exist.

In my hunt I found only 2 such places...

One is called ATCC and is actually a research supply facility offering Mycobacterium vaccae for $354.

First off, we can use this as a metric to understand that Mycobacterium vaccae is not easy to come by or cheap to produce under the proper circumstances by any means. We also can see that this particular provider is for research centers only and purchasing is supposed to be limited to those studying the compound as opposed to those looking to improve their own mental and physical health. I use the word 'supposed to' because I am aware of other research suppliers that easily provide it to most who inquire as long as they check the right boxes before making checking out. I did not want to take or try to see if this route was possible with ATCC because I only wanted a viable solution that I could share with others.

The other was a much better option that I will be sharing when I finalize my month long run of it here in about a weeks time - once I can share my experience with confidence and make sure I am only backing products I can say work as intended.

Talk soon.

-Update: I've finished my month (and then some) taking my Mycobacterium vaccae supplement of choice...

It's been eye-opening. Incredible even.

I hesitate to write such fantastical things but I can honestly say I've never felt so ----- in my life.

Uplifted? Lucid? Aware, definitely. Filled with gratitude and taking everything in with such a positive light.

After 30 days, since then, I've been awe struck...

Literally everyday I find something that humbles me, fills me with joy, and makes me feel really small yet very important at the same time.

Like when you see something so huge or amazing that you physically can't stop yourself from saying "woah" aloud.

And yes, I know this sounds llike a drug trip but I've also been incredibly productive with work and have been loving the gym again.

I don't even crave certain foods I to love like pizza which for me is insane.

It's like this bacteria has hijacked my brain and is steering me to do healthful things for myself...

I'll write back in a couple weeks here and let whoever is interested know how it developes, other people I've talked to said it doesn't go away and I really hope they're right.

I only have 2 months worth left now and if I'm still feeling this amazing when I write again in 2 weeks I'll definitely just keep trying to get some more and hopefully 6 weeks is enough to get a window when they have stock.

If they don't have stock it won't let you order... I've tried haha. But I'm sure I'll figure it out by then.

Updates coming! Talk later!