Rosemary may improve memory and alertness by protecting neurons and neurotransmitters. Rosemary is a woody shrub that contains a diverse store of health-promoting bioactive nutrients that may specifically benefit brain health via: Neuroprotection. Rosemary has a capacity to protect neurons through its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and nicotinic receptor-binding … [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.
Hordenine is popularly used to boost cognitive function and productivity, with very minimal research behind it. Hordenine is a chemical compound that acts as a central nervous system (CNS) stimulant. It is believed to offer such potential uses in brain health as: Stimulating the CNS. Hordenine has been shown to trigger the sympathetic response in animals. … [Read more...]
Early research suggests theacrine may potentially have nootropic effects akin to caffeine. Theacrine is a chemical compound found in the plants Cupuaçu and kudingcha. It may promote such potential nootropic benefits as: Anxiolytic activity. Theacrine has demonstrated stress reducing properties. Analgesic activity. Theacrine has been shown to reduce pain. … [Read more...]
The high luteolin content in artichoke may facilitate memory formation, particularly when combined with other nootropics. Artichoke is an edible plant long believed to impart various health benefits. Its influence in brain health involves such nootropic effects as: Supporting memory. Bioactive ingredients in artichoke may play a critical role in the formation and … [Read more...]
Calcium-binding protein apoaequorin may improve memory, focus, and learning, according to contentious research. Apoaequorin is a calcium-binding protein drawn from jellyfish that has demonstrated some brain boosting activity. Its nootropic effects seem to stem from its penchant to: Promote neuroprotection. Apoaequorin has been shown to protect brain cells from death … [Read more...]