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Roadmap to Nootropics--Part 5: Isotonic Solution

by Carol Maser November 04, 2016

Roadmap to Nootropics--Part 5:  Isotonic Solution

A liquid product is good for absorption; an ISOTONIC SOLUTION is great. An isotonic solution refers to two fluids having an equal pressure across a semi-permeable membrane. This state allows for the free movement of a liquid across the membrane without changing the concentration on either side. An example of an isotonic solution is an intravenously infused fluid in hospital patients.

An isotonic solution will always be more readily absorbed than a plain liquid. An isotonic solution can pass through the cell membrane without the cell doing any work. And if that isotonic liquid is also fortified, then your cells turn into an army of sponges and the product’s ingredients launch into immediate action. Or, if you are a fan of the Transformers series, then your cells become like an Optimus Prime or a Bumblebee… how cool is that!

Do we really want our cells to transform into an army of sponges? Well, if you really want the best nootropic, then yes. And it will be easy to know if a product is isotonic. If the product owner is going to add the essential ingredients to make sure their finished product is in an isotonic solution, they will tell you loud and clear.

Okay, so we have shared two essentials into what to look for when making the most of your nootropic product. In Part 6 of our Roadmap to Nootropics series, we will add a third. The third essential to any product formula that is worth your investment is to ensure the product is made using trusted, scientifically studied and/or time tested ingredients, and ingredients that work with your body for maximum effectiveness.

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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