Nootropics are most neatly defined as compounds that enhance an aspect of human cognition. In practical terms, they are a safe way to improve aspects of your brain functions such as memory, focus or mood. Our natural, plant-based nootropics help support enhanced brain function. It’s you, improved.
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Nootropics are most neatly defined as compounds that enhance an aspect of human cognition. In practical terms, they are a safe way to improve aspects of your brain functions such as memory, focus or mood.
It was in the 1960s and 1970s that work first started to look at compounds that had the potential to enhance cognition. Some of this early work started on B vitamins and has progressed to encompass countless compounds from caffeine to sources of choline such as Alpha-GPC and CDP-Choline.
But even further back than that, traditional medicines in China and India were using plants and herbs we now call Nootropics. A great example of this is Bacopa Monnieri which been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine since the 6th century. More recently it’s been studied for its ability to improve memory and reduce anxiety.
We’ve combined nootropics, effective doses of B vitamins and high strength herbal extracts originally used in traditional medicines but now backed by hard science to take the thinking out of what supplement you need to look after your most important asset.
Centred around 5-HTP, calming amino acids and essential dietary minerals, ZZZZs works to address any deficiencies that may be affecting your sleep and by calming and relaxing to reduce the time it takes to fall asleep.
Caffeine is the worlds most widely taken and studied stimulant. Countless studies show it’s ability to improve focus, endurance and strength. Boost combines this with L-theanine, a calming amino acid. Combining this with caffeine creates a synergistic combination, well studied and shown to reduce the sometimes negative effects of caffeine such as headaches.
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