Nootropic Beverages Set to Take Over the $16 Billion Dollar Energy Drink Market
  • Vote Up0Vote Down venynxvenynx
    Posts: 2,389Member

    Nootropic Beverages Set to Take Over the $16 Billion Dollar Energy Drink Market

    You
    know how they say you can only access 20 percent of your brain? What if
    you could drink a beverage that lets you access all of it?crl-40 940 powder

    The
    2011 movie Limitless, starring Bradley Cooper, was based on this same
    idea, except Cooper’s character takes a pill that lets him access the
    full 100 percent of his brain.

    The results are inspiring to say
    the least. Who wouldn’t want to learn Italian in a few hours or dominate
    the stock market to become a multi-millionaire overnight?

    Welcome
    to 2019 and the world of biohacking and nootropics, a class of
    chemicals and natural occurring ingredients that switch on your brain
    and boost mental performance.

    These “smart drugs or unique
    additives” can either be natural or synthetic, and they have become
    extremely popular in the past couple of years with white collar workers,
    computer programmers, gamers and top tier university students.

    While
    not delivering a full 100% brain capacity as mentioned above,
    nootropics are supplements that purport to make us smarter. Believe it
    or not, these smart additives have been around since the early 1970s and
    contain such ingredients as choline, griffonia seed extract, theanine,
    acetyl l-carnitine, B group vitamins, iodine and magnesium.

    You
    can find natural nootropics as well — artichoke extract, grape seed
    extract, ginseng, kava kava, lemon balm, Rhodiola rosea, St John’s wort,
    yerba mate, caffeine, green tea — substances the U.S. Food and Drug
    Administration has approved as dietary supplements and classifies as
    GRAS (generally regarded as safe).[1]

    However the real challenge is finding the right combination of these ingredients.

    Followers
    of the nootropic movement are adamant of the positive effects. They
    claim regular consumption could lead to consumers being more alert,
    getting a boost in memory, increased focus, more creativity, motivation,
    improved cognitive skills and a better overall outlook on life.

    Sounds
    too good to be true, right? Maybe these early adopters have realized
    something we haven’t … they just might have found the secret to replace
    the entire energy drink market.

Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!

Top Posters

Who's Online (0)