The ultimate guide to cognitive enhancing substances (Nootropics)

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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