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Welcome there, You with the Inquisitive Mind…

So you want to hear a little more? Excellent. The world of Nootropics is fascinating so keep reading. You see, my interest in Nootropics and general health and wellbeing spans some time. With each year the quality of the Nootropics improve – as does the varieties available – and more and more people report to be taking them as science uncovers more and more positive news for bio-hackers looking to optimize their cognitive function. When I set out creating NITROvit I needed a formulation that could calm my seemingly constant racing mind – without knocking me out! It had to calm my anxiety too, and yet keep me alert. Aid focus levels for extended hours yet still let me sleep! †

Below I’ve listed a few of the fieldnotes I made when first formulating NITROvit. It’s come a long way since then when I was talked into offering my formula to the public. Updates, breakthroughs, research, testing, and a few years of loyal customer (yet brutally honest) feedback has made my first prototype into the powerhouse Nootropic blend it is today. If you played any part in that feedback I’d like to thank you. †

Your views and opinions have bought about some really positive changes including the move to vegetarian capsules for NITROvit and NITROamp, the removal of all dioxides, unnecessary fillers and stearates from Vit and Amp, and the introduction of super Nootropics NALT and Centrophenoxine. Below you’ll find what impressed me about each one, and for legal issues I have only stated the benefits backed by a published medical study, though my personal experiences with these Nootropics have provided more benefits than science has confirmation for yet. It’s fun living beyond the curve… †

 

Welcome there, You with the Inquisitive Mind…

So you want to hear a little more? Excellent. The world of Nootropics is fascinating so keep reading. You see, my interest in Nootropics and general health and wellbeing spans some time. With each year the quality of the Nootropics improve – as does the varieties available – and more and more people report to be taking them as science uncovers more and more positive news for bio-hackers looking to optimize their cognitive function. When I set out creating NITROvit I needed a formulation that could calm my seemingly constant racing mind – without knocking me out! It had to calm my anxiety too, and yet keep me alert. Aid focus levels for extended hours yet still let me sleep! †

Below I’ve listed a few of the fieldnotes I made when first formulating NITROvit. It’s come a long way since then when I was talked into offering my formula to the public. Updates, breakthroughs, research, testing, and a few years of loyal customer (yet brutally honest) feedback has made my first prototype into the powerhouse Nootropic blend it is today. If you played any part in that feedback I’d like to thank you. †

Your views and opinions have bought about some really positive changes including the move to vegetarian capsules for NITROvit and NITROamp, the removal of all dioxides, unnecessary fillers and stearates from Vit and Amp, and the introduction of super Nootropics NALT and Centrophenoxine. Below you’ll find what impressed me about each one, and for legal issues I have only stated the benefits backed by a published medical study, though my personal experiences with these Nootropics have provided more benefits than science has confirmation for yet. It’s fun living beyond the curve… †

Noopept’s effects are mostly observed in the areas of learning and memory with potential in both decreasing anxiety and increasing psychostimulation. This means that while it may help keep you awake through those late night study sessions, or calm you down before a presentation, its effects are best noticed during periods of learning when the need to remember facts, processes or bits of information is a necessity.(6,7) †

“May reduce the effects of stress and fatigue on cognitive task performance”. I strive daily to stay sharp mentally and physically so reading this 1999 study fascinated me.(21) NALT’s ability to aid during acute stressors such as exercise (especially when preloaded), took NITROvit beyond a study or memory pill into a territory of total Mind/Body optimization. I knew NALT needed further exploration and it didn’t disappoint.†

Largely due to its therapeutic anxiolytic properties (anti-anxiety), Centrophenoxine was my go to choice for lowering the unconscious thoughts in my mind that caused distractions when I tried to focus. By turning down the volume on these stressors I found Centrophenoxine was able to provide the stress management support I needed to stay focused, motivated, and ultimately productive. (22) †

Huperzine A helps increase levels of acetylcholine in the brain which stimulate the neurons and as such is often used for memory and learning enhancement, and age-related memory impairment.(18)(20) It has also been shown to increase energy levels and alertness for extended periods (has a 10 – 14 hour half-life) and acts as a neuroprotective against glutamate. (19) †

Alpha GPC is a great source of choline and influences the production of Acetylcholine in the brain – the neurotransmitter involved in memory function and learning functions. (23) While studies on human performance at this point are sparse, early reports suggest users may experience improvements to athletic performance while supplementing Alpha GPC. (24) †

ALA is a powerful antioxidant made in the body and helps convert glucose to energy. As an antioxidant ALA sets about defending the cells from free radical build up (free radicals are waste products created when the body turns energy into food). (25) Despite more research needed, ALA is commonly used for memory loss and chronic fatigue syndrome. (26) †

Phosphatidylserine has been subjected to many human trials with very positive results including improvements to aerobic ability found in cyclists when supplementing with Phosphatidylserine. (9) But Phospha’s biggest impact is made upon cognitive function and supporting in combating cognitive decline which has shown positive affects on attention. (27) †

Acetyl L-Carnitine has shown to benefit the body and brain in many different areas ranging from ADHD in children (13), to reducing mental and general fatigue in mixed gender/age trials with all groups experiencing improved concentration (14). ALCAR will always be one of my top 3 ‘desert island’ nootropics. †

A deficiency in Vitamin B6 can cause a weakened immune system, depression, short-term anaemia and even cognitive decline. Several studies have found that Vitamin B6 helps regulate the secretion of serotonin in the brain – a chemical that controls mood and how happy we feel (16) – which boosted my motivation. †

Vitamin B12 deficiency is surprisingly prevalent. These deficiencies are linked to memory loss, mood, energy levels, concentration, and accelerated aging. (28) Many people over 50 lose the ability to absorb Vitamin B12 from foods and vegetarian based diets often lack B12. (29) (30) NITROvit provides B12 support to combat this. †

Mucuna Pruriens was a must due to its many proposed benefits. This nootropic has shown to lower cortisol levels, act as an antidepressant, and support libido. (31) It also has anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective and anti-oxidant properties, due to the presence of L-dopa (Misra and Wagner, 2007). †

Bacopa Monnieri shows strong evidence of safely enhancing cognitive performance in the 65+ age group (11) . Studies have also shown evidence that Bacopa Monnieri may improve working memory and long term memory in all ages. (12) In my own personal experience, Bacopa provides a mild relaxation – without sedation. †

References: Links to sources validating claims made on this website.
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  2. http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/vitamins/vitamin-B6#cognitive-decline-alzheimer-disease-prevention
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  8. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9141073
  9. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16394955
  10. https://examine.com/rubric/effects/view/93/Memory/all/
  11. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18611150
  12. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11498727
  13. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12213433
  14. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15039515
  15. http://www.webclearinghouse.net/volume/2/ROHDE-Acetyllcar.php
  16. https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminB6-HealthProfessional/#en2
  17. http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-1087-alpha-gpc.aspx?activeingredientid=1087&activeingredientname=alpha-gpc
  18. http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-764-huperzine%20a.aspx?activeingredientid=764&activeingredientname=huperzine%20a
  19. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9141073
  20. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16364207
  21. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10230711
  22. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11976205
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  25. http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/supplement/alphalipoic-acid
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  27. https://examine.com/rubric/effects/view/68/Cognition/all/
  28. http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-926-vitamin%20b12.aspx?activeingredientid=926
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  31. https://examine.com/supplements/mucuna-pruriens/
  32. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23442624
  33. http://www.cluteinstitute.com/journals/international-business-economics-research-journal-iber/
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