Nootropics- The Real Life “Limitless Pill”

Your brain is your entire universe.

Everything you perceive, everything you do, and everything you are is thanks to your very own brain function.

How well you focus at work, which determines your income, how much love or emotion you feel towards your loved ones, which determines your marriage, and how much self-esteem or confidence you have, can determine who you are in life. All of these things come from one very important organ, your brain.

So, you may be asking yourself what are Nootropics and why has this term been getting thrown around a lot in the media today?

Nootropics or “Smart drugs” are natural or manmade chemicals that give cognitive benefits to the human brain. Simply put, they are chemicals people take to enhance focus, thinking, memory, mood, energy, creativity, and motivation.

You may be thinking that this sounds crazy but you along with 90% of the rest of the world today, use one of the most popular nootropics drugs in the world, caffeine or coffee. People cannot talk to another human in the morning or even begin a simple task at work without their morning coffee. Coffee gives people the energy, motivation, and focus one needs to start off their day.

The other most used nootropic that people do not really realize is nicotine or cigarettes. You ever ask someone why they smoke? Most people’s response is it makes me feel good, or it relaxes me and allows me to finish the rest of my day. Ever wonder why people need to take smoke breaks at work? Nicotine is one of the world’s most powerful nootropics with its mood boosting effects as well as it calms the brain down to enchance focus. Nicotine is very powerful, but it also comes with a long list of health effects.

So, I peeked your interest now, huh? You have always been looking for nootropics and used them throughout your life without even knowing it and now it is my turn to show you the most powerful blends of nootropics that are safe, cheap, and incredibly effective.

We will start with my all-time favorite nootropic combination:

Caffeine paired with L-Theanine

This pair together gives you the feeling as if you could conquer the world. L-Theanine is an amino acid found commonly in tea leaves and in a small number of mushrooms. Its most common use is to reduce anxiety and promote relaxation without drowsiness.

L-Theanine works because it boosts levels of GABA and enchance alpha brain waves. Alpha brain waves are associated with a state of “wakeful relaxation”. When you combine this pair, you get the best of both worlds, you get extreme focus and energy from caffeine, but L-Theanine eases the anxiety, jitteriness, and unease that caffeine sometimes causes.

L-Theanine has been shown to enhance mood by modulating Alpha brainwaves to encourage a relaxed, anxiety free state. L-Theanine has been linked to a calmer heart rate and reduced stress markers.

L-Theanine raises Alpha Brain wave state of relaxed alertness: shown to improve attention in human research.

L-Theanine has been shown in human research to improve sleep quality and other sleep benefits such as: dream quality, energy upon waking, mood, and self-perceived measures of recovery.

L-Theanine has been shown to reduce stress, attributed to its Alpha brain wave modulating activity.

L-Theanine has been linked to a relaxed but alert brain state that is associated with mind expanding creativity and cognitive exploration.

The most bioavailable form of L-Theanine can be found here.

Combine 200 mg of L-Theanine and around 100-200mg of caffeine for this incredible effect.

Phenylpiracetam + Ashwagandha

Phenylpiracetam is a nootropic drug that has been recently added to the racetam family. It enhances memory, cognitive function, and physical strength. For this reason, phenylpiracetam is gaining popularity amongst many nootropic users.

Phenylpiracetam is often call the “love drug” and is simply known for being an incredible dopamine booster. It is naturally found in chocolate and is even known as a psychoactive compound because it can be naturally elevated within the human body during sexual arousal.

Phenylpiracetam is so effective that it has been banned from the Olympics for being a performance enhance and even requires a prescription from a doctor in Russia.

Phenylpiracetam has been scientifically proven to increase the number of serotonin, dopamine, and GABA receptors in the brain, which in turn helps improve mood and reduce anxiety. It has also been proven to increase brain alpha/beta waves which aid in overall mental coordination, calmness, alertness, learning, and focus.

The purest form of Phenylpiracetam can be found here.

Ashwaganda, scientifically known as Withania Somnifera, is described in Ayurvedic medicine as a powerful rejuvenating herb, adding to life longevity. It has been used in India, Middle East, and some parts of Africa for more than two millennia, it can be traced back to 6000 B.C.

Ashwaganda has many incredible benefits from increased energy, muscle size and sexual function, but the most important benefit is that it has reduced cortisol (stress) serum levels in humans up to 52%. This means that Ashwaganda could be one of the best supplements on Earth in reducing anxiety and stress symptoms.

Pairing these two is so powerful because you get the incredible focus and overall mental alertness from one of the most powerful nootropics, Phenylpiracetam, and the best stress killer on Earth, Ashwaganda.

The most powerful and potent form of Ashwaganda can be found here.

Combine 100mg of Phenylpiracetam with 300mg of Ashwagandha in KSM-66 form to unlock unlimited focus and highly reduced stress.

 

Lion’s Mane (Yamabushitake) + Coffee

Lion’s Mane is an edible mushroom that has been used in Asian culture for hundreds of years. It is one of the only nootropics on this planet that can actually regenerate neural networks for the brain, specifically in the regeneration of myelin along neural axions. Lion’s Mane is most known by monks that use it as tea before long periods of meditation. The monks are said to use it because it enhances their concentration to superior levels.

Lion’s Mane has been scientifically proven to lower feelings of depression, lower anxiety, increase cognitive function, and stimulate nerve growth. Lion’s Mane can be added to any cup of coffee and provides a calm concentrated effect with an extreme boost of energy to its users.

One of my favorite products that already combines a high potency form of Lion’s Mane with coffee in easy to use packets is the Four Sigmatic Mushroom Coffee Mix, which can be found here.

As you can see nootropics can have a profound effect on an individual’s brain. You can try each of these combinations to see which one works best for you or you can rotate these combinations during the week so that your body does not get used to one or the other. There are hundreds of different combinations of nootropics out there, but these seem to be the most effective and have the most scientific backing behind them. Each one of these products can be found on Amazon through the links provided in this article. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to reach out to Incredible Health, 480-418-3678!

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