Nootropic Ingredients

(Last Updated On: April 21, 2019)

Nootropic Ingredients

nootropic ingredients

During my intensive research into nootropics, I have looked at and studied, many of the natural compounds used in todays nootropic supplements.

Some work really well, while others are lacking in testing or sadly do not live up to their promises as a nootropic.

Below is a list of the nootropic ingredients that make up many supplements, you can read more about each ingredient by clicking the relevant link.

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Is Cod Liver Oil Really Good For Your Brain?

Is Cod Liver Oil Really Good For Your Brain? It’s been believed for many thousands of years (dating back to ...
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Is Ginseng An Effective Nootropic

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Can Caffeine Boost Your Memory

Can Caffeine Boost Your Memory Is Caffeine A Useful Nootropic Ingredient? Although not technically classed as a nootropic, Caffeine is ...
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Can Iodine Really Boost Memory

Can Iodine Really Boost Memory Iodine is an essential mineral that is commonly found in both seaweed (such as Kelp ...
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Alpha Lipoic Acid

Can Alpha Lipoic Acid Really Boost My Memory? We have found a few nootropic supplements that use an ingredient called ...
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The Benefits Of Uridine

Just How Essential Is Uridine For Optimum Brain Health Uridine is an excellent brain boosting supplement that generally offers some ...
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The information in this website is for advice and guidance only. It is based on my own intensive research into nootropics and my personal experiences with certain products. It is not intended to replace professional medical advice, or to diagnose or treat any health conditions. All rights reserved.