15 Mar: Best Nootropics for Energy

Ah, energy. It’s the most vital thing a person can have because it dictates what we’re able to accomplish in a day, how well and how clear we’re able to think, our dedication to accomplishing our goals, our ability to perform in any number of tasks – pretty much everything that we do is directly related to our energy levels. For that thing, it’s important to cultivate energy.


15 Mar: Best Nootropics for Memory

There are a lot of reasons that one could be interested in improving their memory. Memory is the basis for success, as they say, so if you improve your memory, you’re automatically improving pretty much every other aspect of your life. Memory enhancement supplements can make a world of difference.


15 Mar: Best Nootropics for Motivation

Nootropics – or smart drugs, as they’re also known – have been all the rage in recent years. There are a lot of benefits that nootropics can provide. Today we’re going to be looking at the best supplements for lack of motivation. There are many, but some work better than others. It’s also good to pick one that works best for you – just because a nootropic is ‘motivating’ doesn’t mean that its duration, its other effects, or its intensity are suited for you.

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15 Mar: Qualia Side Effects

Qualia, for those who have read the description on Neurohacker – the site that develops and sells the stuff – sounds like a miracle drug. Of course, any website that manufactures their own products is going to talk them up to the point of sounding like they were developed by the savior himself. Some people have gone as far to label it the Qualia scam. If anyone asked, “does Qualia work?” Neurohacker would undoubtedly answer, “of course.”


23 Feb: Is Optimind a Scam?

Optimind is a nootropic supplement that’s touted to improve cognition, memory, verbal fluidity, eliminate brain fog, and in the words of the manufacturers, “unleash your mind.”But is Optimind really going to be the one supplement to turn your life around?Some people have been outspoken against what they call the Optimind scam. They think that, much like some other nootropic supplements on the market, Optimind is a nice-sounding mixture of ingredients that really does nothing for your brain.