Prime 1: Cognition Premium Nootropic Stack
We are really proud to announce the imminent availability of Prime 1: Cognition, our first nootropic stack.
The development of this potent nootropic compound took a lot of time and effort, so we're delighted that it's finally available to the public.
Our products are truly unique and cannot be obtained anywhere. We have searched the available research for the best possible ingredients that will greatly enhance the blend.
There are five highly effective ingredients in the blend, all of which have strong scientific support.
These nootropics are alpha GPC, Ginkgo Biloba, L-theanine, Theacrine, Bacopa Monnieri, and Huperzine A.
Choline can be produced from either soy or sunflower lecithin to create L-Alpha Glycerylphosphorylcholine (Alpha GPC). You also have some of it, in very small quantities, already inside your body.
Ginkgo biloba, often known as the maidenhair tree, has been around for a long time. Approximately 270 million years ago, it represents a "living fossil" to scientists. It has endured multiple extinction events and is still thriving now.
A mature Gingko tree can grow to a height of 130 feet (39.6 meters). Some Ginkgo trees in China are said to be over 2,500 years old, according to urban legend. Moreover, there is supposedly a 3,000-year-old tree in the Shandong province of China.
Gingko Biloba has been used medicinally in China for generations. In the ancient Chinese Materia Medica, Ginkgo biloba was recommended for the treatment of asthma, swelling of the hands and feet, coughs, vascular disorders, senility, and the brain (2800 B.C.).
Gingko leaf extract EGb 761 is standardized for 24 per cent flavone glycoside (flavonoid) and 6 per cent terpene (ginkgolides and bilobalides).
This Gingko extract increases microcirculation, protects nerve cells from dying, and regulates neurotransmitters (blood flow in the smallest of blood vessels). It has antioxidant properties as well.
Green tea (Camellia Sinensis) and Xerocomus badius mushrooms both contain the amino acid L-theanine (r-glutamylethylamide). L-Theanine shares structural similarities with glutamate and glutamine, two important neurotransmitters.
L-theanine is readily absorbed by the brain because it is able to penetrate the blood-brain barrier. Also, the molecule enters the brain within 30 to 45 minutes after ingesting a supplement or drinking green tea.
L-Theanine has been shown to lower blood pressure, energize and relax the user, sharpen mental focus, and improve overall disposition. L-Theanine enhances mental performance by restoring chemical equilibrium in the brain.
Creeping perennial water plant Bacopa monnieri (Brahmi). Originating in the swampy regions of India and other Southeast Asian countries.
Bacopa, often called water hyssop, goes by the name "Brahmi." A reference to Brahma, the supreme god.
Bacopa Monnieri's nootropic benefits were first recorded in ancient Ayurvedic texts. Devotees were given this piece of advice in the hopes that it would aid them in their efforts to memorize long passages of scripture. In addition to enhancing one's brainpower.
Furthermore, Bacopa Monnieri is an adaptogen. It's useful for warding off the mental and physiological effects of stress. Rather than merely masking their symptoms, as is the case with many existing drugs.
Theacrine, found in nature, is a chemical with effects comparable to caffeines. It is found in the seeds of the Herrania and Theocrama plant species, among others, and in several varieties of tea and coffee. Traditional uses for the Camellia assamica var. kucha plant include curing a common cold and extending life expectancy.
Theacrine is used orally for a variety of health benefits, including anti-aging effects, prevention of the flu, increased energy, and improved cognitive performance. In addition, theacrine can be contained in pre-workout pills that claim to boost athletic performance.
Chinese Club Moss is the source of the nootropic alkaloid known as Huperzine-A (Hup-A) (Huperzia serrata). This plant was first discovered in Southeast Asia. And has a long history of usage in alternative medicine for treating everything from skin conditions to muscle pain to poor blood flow.
Huperzine-A acts as a reversible inhibitor of acetylcholinesterase (AChE). So, what it does is it prevents acetylcholine from being broken down as quickly (ACh). Improving both short- and long-term memory and cognitive performance
The NMDA receptor antagonist properties of huperzine-A have been observed. An overabundance of glutamate is harmful to brain cells, but this prevents that damage.
Ingredients per tablet:
Alpha GPC 150mg (50%)
Ginkgo biloba 100mg (10:1)
L theanine 50mg
Bacopa monnieri (40mg)
Huperzine A (50mcg)
Microcrystalline Cellulose, Dextrin
take 2-4 tablets per day as required. Do not exceed 8 tablets in a 24-hour period. It is recommended to start at a lower dose to assess tolerance.
Not intended for children
Not intended for pregnant or breastfeeding mothers
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