What are Nootropics?
Nootropics describe a broad classification of compounds with cognitive enhancing properties with minimal side-effects and appropriate for long-term use.
We understand that human understanding and research behind nootropics, cognitive modulation, and broader biohacking is constantly evolving and improving. Thus, our products and formulations are continuously updated to integrate the latest science and research.
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"I've been chewing them in lieu of a morning iced coffee for two days. My focus is up. My bathroom breaks are down. My dad jokes are on point."
"I can attest that I certainly did feel a good deal sharper and focused than I'm accustomed to. It's a headspace I wouldn't mind occupying more often."
"[My husband] describes the effect of the Nootrobox product as like having a cup of coffee but not feeling as jittery. 'I had a very productive day.' he says."
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I can attest that I certainly did feel a good deal sharper and focused than I'm accustomed to. It's a headspace I wouldn't mind occupying more often."
In the interest of gathering some external data, I asked my colleague Steve Tweedie if I seemed any different this past week.
He said, "You seem a little more energetic. More talkative. It's odd. I wasn't really thinking about it before."
There were most definitely effects, though, to the tune of what many nootropics users told me about. Though my senses weren’t heightened, they were at least all at attention, and I was able to remain of sound mind even as I physically began to weaken.
As the specter of a migraine throb surfaced with the sunlight, I nonetheless found myself able to stay alert — a divergence from my typical habit of passing out as soon as my body starts to settle.
It’s 3 p.m., and I am crushing my e-mail inbox. At this time of day, I’m typically struggling to stave off the post-lunch slowdown by downing another cup of coffee or two.
But today, message after message is flying off my fingertips effortlessly—work e-mail, personal e-mail, digital errands I’d been meaning to run for months. I’m in the zone, as they say, and for this burst of late afternoon productivity, I might have nootropics to thank.