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Inexpensive Nootropic Stacks are Problematic...

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#1 jroseland

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Posted 24 October 2021 - 08:15 AM

While this product is very stimulating and works as a Nootropic, I have to deduct a full 3 stars and give it 2 stars out of 5.

  • It contains caffeine. I don't need my Nootropics to contain caffeine because I drink great coffee daily. Caffeine is also a problematic Nootropic for many, taking this product in the afternoon might screw up your sleep because of caffeine's long half-life in your system.
  • It contains DMAE which is a red flag ingredient, that I regard as being a pseudo-Nootropic.
  • They don't prove the ingredients by publishing a Certificate of Analysis. I'd especially like to see a COA for the Bacopa. It has a hefty dose of Bacopa and cheap, Chinese-derived Bacopa is infamous for having metal toxicity issues. I have no idea if they use cheap Bacopa or if they use good organic stuff, but...

The product itself is quite inexpensive, only 29 EUR for a monthly supply so do you think they are using high-quality individual ingredients? 




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#2 jroseland

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Posted 19 December 2021 - 05:05 PM

Follow up: Non-GMP Nootropic stacks are problematic...


The naive consumer often has this misperception that if something is for sale on store shelves or online it must be credible - it must have received some sort of stamp of approval from a concerned and responsible objective third-party. Unfortunately, this is pretty far from reality with a lot of products, especially health supplements and Nootropics.




Listen: Why Smart Biohackers Demand GMP Certification

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#3 jroseland

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Posted 13 January 2022 - 10:25 AM

People often ask me about my daily Nootropic stack, I do share that using the Coach.me app. I discuss that in this Q&A podcast...



Listen: January Biohacking Q&A #1: The "supermodel" diet supplement? Jonathan's daily Nootropic stack?

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