The ultimate guide to cognitive enhancing substances (Nootropics) | Neuratech

The ultimate guide to cognitive enhancing substances (Nootropics)

Why Nootropics? Why now?

1. Smart Drugs (Pharmaceuticals)

2. Natural Compounds

Vitamins, Minerals, Amino acids (Micronutrients)

Coffee, Green Tea, Turmeric

Herbal & Mushroom Nootropics

3. Synthetic Nootropics (Racetams)

In the coming blog posts, I will delve further into more fringe cognitive enhancement tools such as nootropic peptides, psychedelic substances and other neural technologies (electrical/light/sound stimulation, EEG, BCI’s etc.)

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