I remember when I was in school I would have done just about anything to get better grades on my test (except cheating, of course!). I studied my butt off, but the information didn’t always stick the way I wanted it to. Especially during finals week when there were multiple exams to study for. Looking back, I wish I knew then what I know now. I have no doubt that nootropics could have helped me be a better student.
One of the questions we get asked most often on this blog is: Can I benefit from taking nootropics? While every person is different and there isn’t a one-size-fits-all nootropic regimen, I believe just about everyone has something to gain when they take the right nootropic stack. I’ve talked with people from so many different walks of life who are using nootropics to make them better at whatever it is that they do.
A few months ago, we did a list rating what we believe are the best nootropics. One of the nootropics we included in that list was phosphatidylserine. Here’s what we had to say about this cognitive enhancer:
“This nutrient is naturally produced by the brain to reverse age-related mental decline. It has been shown to improve memory and concentration without any serious negative side effects by helping neurotransmitters communicate more effectively and reducing stress.”
At NootropicStack.net, our main goal is to provide you with as much information as we can about the nootropics industry. One of the ways we do this is by reviewing the various cognitive enhancement supplements on the market. We know that with so many different brain supplements out there, it can be a bit overwhelming trying to determine which ones are worth the money and which you should avoid.
Biohack Pure is an all-new nootropic supplement that’s just hit the market this month. The cognitive enhancement supplement has been earning a lot of buzz as customers have been placing pre-orders and also taking advantage of the free sample packs the company is offering on its website at BiohackPure.com.
L-Tyrosine seems to be one of the most common nootropics found in stacks and pre-packaged supplements. I’ve had a few readers reach out to me and ask for more information on Tyrosine, so I figured I might as well put together a quick post about this popular amino acid.