Magnesium may alleviate depression, anxiety, and have other potential nootropic benefits such as improved memory.Magnesium is an abundant mineral required for optimal health. Magnesium has been suggested to have nootropic benefits through: Supporting brain biochemistry. Magnesium helps the brain's neurons function properly by regulating neurotransmitters and other … [Read more...]
Nootropics are natural or synthetic substances used to support brain health and improve various aspects of cognitive function, including memory, focus, concentration, attention, mood, alertness, stress resistance & motivation. They can have several mechanisms of action, such as enhancing brain chemicals, promoting brain circulation, and fighting inflammation. Combining nootropics into "stacks" may maximize mental performance by boosting multiple brain pathways at the same time.
Essential mineral zinc may modestly improve cognitive function. As an essential part of the human diet, zinc contributes to health on numerous fronts. It may particularly benefit brain health through: Neuroprotection. Zinc may help keep the brain functioning effectively and protect it from cognitive impairment such as Alzheimer's. Improving mood. Low zinc content … [Read more...]
Yerba mate can acutely enhance cognitive function similar to coffee and tea.Yerba mate is a tree used to brew tea. Mate has similar nootropic benefits to coffee due to its rich caffeine content. Caffeine works primarily through: Blocking adenosine receptors. This mechanism results in increased energy and decreased sleepiness alongside improved mood, focus, and … [Read more...]
MCT oil may protect the brain from age-related decline, but claims of improved cognitive performance in healthy adults are untested.MCTs are a type of fat found in coconut oil and some other natural products. They may have nootropic benefits such as: Neuroprotection. Research suggests that MCTs can help protect the brain from Alzheimer's and other forms of cognitive … [Read more...]
Some claim that theobromine works as a milder version of caffeine, but research says otherwise.Theobromine is a methylxanthine compound found in cacao beans. It is proposed to have nootropic benefits such as: Improved mood and cognition. Theobromine is suggested to work similar to caffeine by enhancing mood, focus, and energy, but research has yet to find any … [Read more...]