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The Best Ingredients NOT to Use

by Carol Maser December 30, 2016

The Best Ingredients NOT to Use

When looking for that best nootropic product, it is important to make sure you know the ingredients being used and how they could interact with other products you take, especially medically prescribed products.

Supplemental ingredients that contraindicate prescription drugs and some over-the-counter medications cause potential health concerns. For example, Huperzine-A is a great nootropic ingredient. However, you should limit the duration of time during each use and it has been shown that the user should be cautious as it can slow the heart rate, can increase GI tract blockage, worsen peptic ulcers and can interact with various medications for glaucoma and Alzheimer’s disease.

Of course, there are other ingredients that fall into this same category. Our intent is not to bash our competitors or their ingredient list. What we want to do is to help show there are important aspects to look for when choosing a nootropic or any other supplement.

There are a significant number of nootropic ingredients that have no detrimental effect when combined with medications. A best nootropic is both safe and formulated with more than caffeine and the stuff found in most energy drinks. Because nootropics work to improve the synaptic activity of the brain, there should be short- and long-term brain health benefits.

Remember, though, no one supplemental product can be formulated to be the perfect product for everyone. We are all at different levels of health. Make sure the supplements you take are not diminishing your health but enhancing it.

Our goal is to give you the best information to do what is right for you. The first step in any supplement regiment is to make sure you know what you can and what you cannot ingest based on your health now.

A healthy brain is an extremely essential component to a great life. Make sure your best nootropic is helping to lead the way.

To Your Best Health NOW!

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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