Nootropic Do’s and Don’ts

When it comes to nootropics, there are some things you need to do and some things that you need to avoid. Both of them may make the difference between cognitive improvement and cognitive impairment, which is why you need to be careful about what and how you’re taking it. Here are the DOs of...

Intro to Nootropics & How to Take Them

Generally speaking, a nootropic is a substance that has the ability to enhance your cognitive function. It can be used as an aid to increase your memory capacity as well as your recollection abilities. At the same time, it is also a great friend when you are experiencing motivation and concentration...

Lumonol Review

Lumonol is known for their nootropic supplements, and it all started with Lumonol Original. They've since come out with other versions, like Lumonol Nova and Lumonol Luna, but can their original recipe still stand? Keep reading to find out.  Key Features and Specs Serving Size: 2...

Nootropics for Anxiety

I don’t think there was ever a person not to experience some sort of anxiety at one point in life. Sometimes, it’s good to have some fear lingering in the back of your head. However, once it starts meddling with your personal life and stops you from doing the things you are supposed to...

Genius Consciousness Review

If you're looking for a nootropic that screams "genius", you can't get much more on the nose than Genius Consciousness by The Genius Brand. It makes some pretty bold claims, and touts a somewhat lengthy ingredient list, but is it worth the money? Or just typical corporate lip service? I decided...

Choline Nootropics

If you are considering a nootropic treatment, you should think about adding choline to each and every one of your stacks. It acts as a potentiator, and thus, it improves the cognitive enhancing effect of the other nootropic. Take, for instance, the racetams. If you leave them by themselves, all they can do is...

Phenylalanine: Benefits & Side Effects

Phenylalanine (also known as DL-phenylalanine or L-phenylalanine is an important neutral and nonpolar amino acid which is a key neurotransmitter precursor. Your body does not synthesize it endogenously. You can acquire it from your diet. You can find phenylalanine in foods rich in protein like eggs, beef, chicken and dairy. 

Nootropics for Mood Improvement

Have you ever seen someone that always seems to look like a ray of happy sunshine whenever they pass by you? Are they in such a good mood that your grumpy cat antennas also start sticking out, being in full contrast with them? Did you ever wonder how in the world they manage to...