Nootropics

Semax

Semax

Developed in the 1980s and 90s, semax was authorized in Russia as a treatment for brain damage, cognitive degeneration, and stroke victims [1]. This peptide has been used in few human studies, but evidence suggests it has cognitive enhancing properties…
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CILTeP

CILTeP

Last updated: December 22, 2016 Hitching on the popularity of Tim Ferriss and Dave Asprey, CILTeP is one of the first community-driven and formulated nootropics that is now for sale. The CILTeP nootropic stack is unique because a member of…
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Vinpocetine

Vinpocetine

European societies have extracted and used variants of vinpocetine for many years in order to act as a neuroprotective agent against toxins and support against inflammation [1]. It is also considered a useful combatant of age-related cognitive decline (such as…
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Ginkgo Biloba

Ginkgo Biloba

According to scientific literature, the answer is “yes”. Ginkgo biloba, originally from traditional Chinese medicine, is as reliable for preventing cognitive decline as some prescription medications [1]. There are numerous studies that show ginkgo biloba increases memory in healthy adults…
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