Nootropic supplements have been around for decades as treatments for cognitive decline, but in recent years those wanting to enhance their brain function have jumped onto these brain boosting drugs like never before.
Everyone from anxious college students, stressed out tech employees, frazzled parents and worn-out older adults, are demanding solutions that can help them to function as well as they need to. Continue reading “The Best Nootropics of 2017”
“If you aren’t taking Alpha Brain, you’re playing at a disadvantage,” so says the Alpha Brain website.
That’s a pretty big statement to make for a nootropic supplement. Most content themselves with claiming that if you’re having trouble in certain areas, then taking a little of this or a little of that can help to improve the deficiencies. Continue reading “Alpha Brain – Review and Results”
What is Sulbutiamine?
Sulbutiamine is a synthetic derivative of Thiamine. Thiamine is more commonly known as vitamin B1.
This widely used nootropic is composed of two modified Thiamine molecules bound together with a sulfur group. It’s main nootropic advantage appears to be its ability to treat fatigue, although many other benefits are reported by users. Continue reading “The Ultimate Guide To Sulbutiamine”
Aniracetam is a synthetic nootropic supplement that is said to be more potent than Piracetam (the original racetam).
Anecdotally, Aniracetam is said to reduce anxiety and depression and boost holistic thinking and creativity. There is little scientific evidence to support these assertions, but that doesn’t mean that the subjective experiences reported by users are incorrect. Conversely, we also can’t rule out that a placebo effect is taking place. Continue reading “Aniracetam Reviews: Worth It or Not?”
L-Theanine is found naturally in tea and is one of the main components in that relaxing, ancient beverage that make it so beneficial to health.
Tea has a history stretching thousands of years into the past. The earliest known physical evidence of tea drinking dates this beverage to the 2nd century BC and was discovered in the mausoleum of Emperor Jing of Han in Xi’an, China. Continue reading “L-Theanine: What Is It Good For?”