Nootropics – you may have heard of them.
They are somewhat of a trend right now and for good reason.
Health supplements are used to improve general health such as multivitamins, essential minerals or anti-oxidants. Sports supplements to improve physical performance which can include amino acids, pre-workout formulas and protein.
Now there is a new, emerging category called Nootropics. These are supplements to improve and support cognitive performance and brain health.
Nootropics are beneficial due to the super-fast paced society where productivity and performance are valued than ever. With an aging population neurodegenerative diseases are on the rise. With the added stress, anxiety and depression are becoming rampant due to the modern lives everyone lives.
This then leads back to one thing – the brain.
It is so crucial that you do what you can to support your brain to be healthy, happy and effective each day.
Nootropics are just one piece of the puzzle to reach this goal.
Let’s take a deep dive!
What is a Nootropic?
Nootropics are any compound capable of improving specific aspects of cognitive function, such as memory, focus or creativity, without causing any side effects.
This can include herbs and plant compounds such as Bacopa Monnieri, medicinal mushrooms such as Lions Mane Mushroom, amino acids like L-Tyrosine or caffeine-like compounds to boost alertness and focus.
These natural nootropics are well researched, cause little-to-no side effects, and can have beneficial effects for your brain when used over a period of time.
Nootropic products are often “stacks” which include a few of these ingredients, in a synergistic manner to help support your brain in specific ways.
Everyone has different genetics and neurochemistry differs greatly so each nootropic can effect people differently. Nootropic products can sometimes require a bit of experimenting with regard to timing or stacking with certain products that may or may not contain caffeine.
Who can use Nootropics?
You may be a uni student or working a demanding corporate job and looking to boost your focus and productivity each day.
You may be a busy parent looking to destress and wind down at the end of the day.
You may be getting older and wanting to protect your brain from cognitive decline and wanting to stave off neurodegenerative disease.
You may have a fuzzy and forgetful memory, and you want to ensure you can retain as much knowledge as possible.
You may be a gamer or looking to get into esports and you need a better reaction time or want to stay more alert and awake throughout the night.
For each of these unique situations, there are a multitude of potent, natural nootropics you can look into to help support you.
This brings us to Enhance, currently stocked in Power Supps.
Enhance is one of few, super high quality, nootropic products available in Australia right now. It has been developed and manufactured by our friends over at Neuratech, based right here in Brisbane.
Enhance is a daily nootropic stack, that has been formulated to support long term brain health, memory and learning.
Enhance is caffeine free, filler free and vegan friendly. Its just 2 capsules per day, 5 days per week to help support your brain.
It contains a number of natural ingredients to that have been shown, through clinical studies to support various aspects of brain health and memory. These ingredients are:
- Lions Mane Mushroom – 500mg
- Bacopa Monnieri – 300mg
- CDP – Choline – 300mg
- Acteolin (Osmanthus fragrans flower extract) – 200mg
- Sharp PS Phosphatidylserine – 100mg
- Neurofactor Whole coffee fruit extract – 100mg
- Cellcharge (Fulvic minerals) – 10mg
- Bioperine – 10mg
- Vitamin B6, B5, B3, B12
While some products and nootropics focus on giving a short term boost and crash, Enhance was designed to support cognition and brain over the long term and isn’t a short term gimmick.
Enhance can be taken every morning with a greens powder, breakfast or even stacked with coffee or a caffeinated beverage of choice to help power out some work through the day.
Enhance is useful for anyone wanting to support their brain in the long term and provide the basis for higher brain health and performance.