• Nootropic Medical Studies: 9 All-Natural Nootropics

February 14, 2019

Nootropic Medical Studies: 9 All-Natural Nootropics

Jon Linville 
Nootropics Enthusaist and Enjoyer

Have you been hearing the words "nootropics," "smart drugs," or "brain pills," and wondering what they all mean?  Well, you're not alone.  There are hundreds of different "nootropics" on the market and in nature, all claiming different benefits and powers, yet all focused on increasing cognitive functioning.  The thing is...

Nootropics have been used in ancient, traditional medicine for tens of thousands of years  

Simple, natural occurring ingredients such as:

  • Coca leaves in South America - to enhance focus, energy and decrease fatigue
  • Ginko Biloba in China and East Asia - to improve memory and reduce anxiety
  • Ashwaganhda in the Middle East, India, and North Africa - to relieve stress, increase energy, and improve concentration
  • Bacopa monnieri also in India - to support memory and learning retention

The list goes on, but the point is that " nootropics" is a word that only came into our vocabulary in the 1970's by Dr. Cornelieu Giurgea as a Greek combination of the words " nous" meaning "mind" and " trepein" meaning "to bend."  This is when Western medicine began testing and using nootropics for enhancement of memory and cognitive functions.  

Fast forward to 2019, and nootropics are now becoming mainstream, mainly due to the movie " Limitless," in which the fictitious drug NZT-48 gave the protagonist the ability to use 100% of his mind with laser-focus allowing him to write a full novel and make a quick $2M trading stocks with his new brain.  Now, it would be ridiculous to say that real-world nootropics would allow one to accomplish these feats...but I'm not going to be the one to tell you that you can't do anything you put your enhanced mind to. 


Now, back to reality. Here are the real medical benefits as tested and confirmed by real medical doctors.

These are the actual results you can expect from taking the following 9 all-natural nootropics:

L-TYROSINE

Medical Study: View Here 

Purpose: Confirm previous studies indicating Tyrosine may prove useful in promoting improved performance in situations in which performance is compromised by stress.

Conclusion: Tyrosine may sustain working memory (IQ) and maintain performance when multi-tasking could degrade performance.

BACOPA MONNIERI

Medical Study: View Here

Purpose: Behavioral research on cognitive enhancing action of Bacopa Monnieri (BM), a medicinal Ayurvedic herb, best known as a neural tonic and memory enhancer. 

Conclusion: Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials have substantiated the potential of BM's medicinal properties nootropic utility in humans.
ASHWAGANDHA

Medical Study: View Here 

Purpose: To find out the effect of Ashwagandha on the aerobic endurance capacity of elite Indian cyclists.

Conclusion: Ashwagandha improved the cardiorespiratory endurance of the elite athletes.

PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE

Medical Study: View Here

Purpose: Effects on cumulative stress which can negatively affect restoration, as well as performance in athletic training

Conclusion: Phosphatidylserine has unique properties on recovery and human performance and has also been shown to enhance mood, immunity, decision making, and accuracy.

SULBUTIAMINE

Medical Study: View Here 

Purpose: Pharmacologic and therapeutic features of sulbutiamine

Conclusion: Sulbutiamine is the only antiasthenic compound known to cross the blood-brain barrier and to be selectively active on specific brain structures directly involved in asthenia (lack of energy). 

TeaCrine™ - (Theacrine) 

Medical Study: View Here

Purpose: Study evidence regarding natural ingredients of TeaCrine™ that enhance subjective “energy” levels.

Conclusion: Preliminary data support the benefits of acute TeaCrine™ supplementation on subjective “energy” levels and some indices of mental performance.

ALPHA GPC

Medical Study: View Here 

Purpose: The effect of 6 days of Alpha GPC on isometric strength.

Conclusion: A-GPC is effective at increasing lower body force production. Sport performance coaches can consider adding A-GPC to the diet of speed and power athletes to enhance muscle performance. 

HUPERZINE A 

Medical Study: View Here

Purpose: To study the efficacy of Huperzine-A capsules (Hup) on memory and learning performance of adolescent students.

Conclusion: The Hup capsules enhance the memory and learning performance of adolescent students more than that of the placebo group.

BIOPERINE™

Medical Study: View Here 

Purpose: Test the use of piperine to increase bioavailability and absorption of the nutrients in curcumin

Conclusion: After a dose curcumin alone, serum levels were either undetectable or very low. Administration of piperine increased concentrations of curcumin and the increase in bioavailability was 2000%.

That's only one study per nootropic.  There are thousands of additional studies, (with human subjects, not just lab rats), that all confirm the same thing our ancestors intuitively knew tens of thousands of years ago:

Nootropics are Earth's gift to our minds

There are many of sources, be it plants, food, drinks, or supplements in which you can reap the proven benefits of these nootropics.  One way, which contains ALL of the above 9 ingredients is to take the supplement AZOTH 2.0.  AZOTH 2.0 was formulated to blend the highest quality nootropics on the planets, resulting in the most potent, yet smoothest nootropic stack (blend) on the market.  We chose these 9 ingredients (and ONLY these 9 ingredients with no filler, caffeine, or secret ingredients), for a reason: 

These 9 ingredients are proven to be the most effective for optimizing human productivity by us, medical researchers, and our ancestors

AZOTH 2.0 nootropic 9 all natural ingredients

If you want to learn more or have any questions, please reach out to us on our 24/7 Live Chat or Email Us Here. We'd love to talk to you and meet another person that's obsessed with optimizing human productivity! 

References: 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3252722/
https://nccih.nih.gov/research/results/gems/qa.htm 
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10548261?dopt=Abstract
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23772955
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3545242/
https://journals.lww.com/nsca-scj/Abstract/2015/02000/Phosphatidylserine_for_the_Athlete.6.aspx
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12973384
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/1550-2783-11-S1-P49
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4650143/
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10678121
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9619120




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