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Roadmap to Nootropics--Part 1: Introduction

by Carol Maser October 07, 2016

Roadmap to Nootropics--Part 1:  Introduction

Are you looking for a nootropic or do you want the best nootropic? When you take your favorite and what you believe is the best nootropic product, how do you know the ingredients are doing what they were intended to do? How do you know every ingredient is working to its fullest potential?

Welcome to our blog! Although this blog will be about how to find the best nootropic ingredients and products available, with a goal of being completely transparent it is essential I start by sharing that I have developed two of the newest and best nootropic products available. The reason for my first product was one of necessity and I will share that story in another blog.

It is NOT the intent of this blog to sell products. Our intent is to educate, inform, and with excellent content and some humor, gain your confidence in our knowledge and expertise.


Why Listen To Us…

I am a biomedical engineer who has been a huge research fan of the human body, mostly the brain and immune systems, for a very long time. In all the research I have read, watched or listened to, there are several different factors to look for when wanting the best of any supplement, especially a nootropic.

Like other supplemental products you take, since you cannot see your brain, how do you know anything is happening? With Vitamin C or Omega-3 products, for example, you know they are good for you so you take them, but do you “feel” them working? Here is a truth: as long as the products you take are 1) from a trusted source that uses ingredients that are backed by science or time tested over centuries of use, 2) in a format that works with the way your body works so they are readily absorbed, 3) made from ingredients that are minimally processed, and 4) made from ingredients that are synergistically balanced, then there is a great level of assurance the products will work as intended and expected.

We will help clarify why those are key factors in your supplements working later in this blog.  For the next stop on the Nootropics Road Map, please read Part 2:  Why Take a Nootropic?

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. CAUTION: Do not take if you are pregnant, nursing, under 16 or with alcohol. If you are taking medication and/or have a medical condition, consult your physician before use.

Carol Maser
Carol Maser


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