Nootropics — also called smart drugs or cognitive enhancers — are drugs, supplements, or other substances that improve cognitive function, particularly executive functions, memory, creativity, or motivation, in healthy individuals. - from wikipedia.
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Drug development company focused on the development of drugs for the treatment of age-related diseases
Company specifically focused on targeted delivery of the biologic, Leukaemia Inhibitory Factor (LIF)
Company that manufactures and sells a ketone ester drink, products supporting a ketogenic diet, and nootropic supplements.
Microdosing high can be experienced even without a real drug
New Scientist - 03-Mar-2021
Placebos and microdoses of psychedelic drugs showed similar signs, but need objective evidenceRead more...
A big NO to nootropics - contain drugs that aren't approved by the FDA
VICE - 27-Nov-2019
Unacceptable move by the pharmaceutical industry - be cautious about their side effectsRead more...
Should you pop in 'smart drugs' to get an upper hand
Newsweek - 02-Aug-2019
Nootropics might seem attractive to try but have side effects & a questionable efficacyRead more...
Brain supplements do not work on healthy older adults
Guardian - 29-Jun-2019
No convincing evidence to recommend dietary supplements for brain healthRead more...
Brain-boosting supplements - real or fake?
Huffington Post - 29-May-2019
Combination of nootropics may have beneficial effects on brain functionRead more...