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Master Mind “Nootropic”

 Improves focus and mental health


Nootropics are cognitive technology that may support healthy brain function or enhance mental ability. You might have heard others refer to them as "smart drugs" or "the limitless pill."


  • Improve learning and memory
  • Support brain health
  • Improve processing
  • Brain protection 
  • Improve focus and attention



According to research published in the International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms, one method by which a lion’s mane affects brain function is by enhancing “neurite outgrowth” in the brain and related organs. Neurite outgrowth refers to the growth of axons and dendrites from neurons.


That’s a big deal in brain health research. By increasing this growth, it could potentially be possible to slow or reverse cell degeneration in the brain — the main characteristic of diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson


Your brain naturally slows down over time. The symptoms you associate with aging—like memory loss and lack of focus—are caused by factors in your nervous system like shrinking neurons and damaged brain cells. Animal studies show that lion’s mane mushroom extract may support brain health by stimulating the creation of two important compounds: nerve growth factor (NGF) and brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF).


NGF and BDNF are proteins that stimulate the production of new cells and strengthen existing ones. NGF also plays a vital role in forming myelin, the sheath around nerve cells that helps brain cells do their job. BDNF increases brain plasticity, which allows your brain cells to stay resilient in the face of stress or aging.


Lion’s mane may boost focus, too. Reduced inflammation improves blood flow, which provides your brain with more oxygen. The side effect of more oxygen in your brain is better brain performance. The lion’s mane’s antioxidants may help promote learning and memory, possibly by strengthening your brain cells and stimulating the growth of new neurons.




Bacopa is commonly used for Alzheimer’s disease, memory, and thinking skills (cognitive function), anxiety, and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but limited scientific research supports these uses.


Bacopa belongs to a small group of herbs known as adaptogens.

Adaptogens increase resilience to stress and promote overall health by bringing the body into a state of balance called homeostasis.

Homeostasis is your body’s ability to actively maintain a stable internal environment, such as keeping your body temperature relatively constant.

Like all adaptogenic herbs, bacopa balances the potentially damaging stress hormone cortisol level and supports healthy adrenal function. 


Another way bacopa brings you into balance is by regulating neurotransmitters, biochemicals that brain cells use to communicate with each other.

Neurotransmitters regulate your mood, appetite, energy, libido, motivation, the propensity to addictions, and more.


Bacopa also prevents excessive amounts of aluminum from accumulating in the brain. 

Aluminum is a common but neurotoxic metal that causes memory loss and is found in high concentrations in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients.




New evidence suggests significant benefits to brain health, including chronic disease prevention. Curcumin contains neuroprotective properties to preserve mental acuity. Therefore, turmeric may have the ability to boost memory function, reduce brain fog, and enhance overall cognition.


Alzheimer’s disease is the most common neurodegenerative disease globally and a leading cause of dementia.


Unfortunately, no good treatment is available for Alzheimer’s yet.

Therefore, preventing it from occurring in the first place is of utmost importance.


There may be good news on the horizon because turmeric has been shown to cross the blood-brain barrier.


It’s known that inflammation and oxidative damage play a role in Alzheimer’s disease, and turmeric has beneficial effects on both.

In addition, a key feature of Alzheimer’s disease is a buildup of protein tangles called amyloid plaques. Studies show that turmeric can help clear these plaques.


Nano Emulsified Herbal Oil

Our bodies naturally make antibodies, and it also has two specific receptors. They’re called the CB1 and CB2 receptors. Though Herbal Oil doesn’t attach to these receptors directly, they optimize their performance. The CB1 receptors are found mainly in the brain; they’re responsible for thinking, mood, memory, and other functions in the body. The CB2 receptors found in the immune system affect inflammation and pain. They are located in the body’s immune system. Herbal Oil effectively interrupts the transmission of signals that tell us when we’re in pain. 


Research has revealed that Herbal Oil increases the body's levels of glutamate and serotonin, which help control the brain's function and mood. They also play a role in learning and memory. Creating homeostasis in such neurotransmitters appears to help relieve depression and might further boost brain function



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