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I am fan of Nootropics, because our mental performance largely determines our physical output. The body will not go where the mind doesn’t lead it, right? First, let me explain that Nootropics is a Greek word meaning ‘Toward the mind.’ Our friend Webster defines the nootropic as a substance that enhances cognition and memory and facilitates learning. And he’s right, as usual. Essentially, Nootropics are brain boosters. They are compounds that enhance cognition. They help increase reflexes, general well being, and learning potential. Who wouldn’t want that? What are the brain boosting benefits? • Improved reaction• Increased information processing• Increased...

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The worlds most consumed drug, Caffeine has long been known as the most commonly used nootropic substance. It’s used in practically every nootropic supplement we’ve tested to varying degrees, and is commonly stacked with numerous other nootropics like L-Theanine and GABA. The most interesting thing to note about Caffeine is that it is widely marketed under different names and in different forms.  If you see the ingredients yerba mate, methylxathine, Trimethylxanthine, or 1,3,7-trimethylxanthine, don’t be fooled. They’re are just fancy names for caffeine.

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