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Dark chocolate, the bitter taste is a favorite among lovers of chocolate, tea and coffee. In fact, some of the finest gourmet chocolates worldwide are made primarily from some percentage of unsweetened cacao.  But could dark chocolate, in addition to being a tasty treat also serve as a neuroprotective and even cognitive booster?

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According to research shared at examine.com,

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Social anxiety (SA) disorder also known as, Social Phobia, is a debilitating condition that almost everyone has experienced at some point in their lives. The most common form of social anxiety is fear of public speaking. This article will go over some of the common prescribed drugs as well as some over-the-counter (OTC) products that have been suggested to

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If you’re interested in getting started with cogitive enhancement through the use of nootropics you’ll probably want to get a good idea of what kind of stacks would be best to test out at the beginning. First of all, if you’re brand new to nootropic supplementation you may be wondering what exactly we mean by a “stack.” Stacking involves combining

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As most of you know, laws differ from country to country. We carry many products and some may be not fit for import into some countries. Also, several countries have several of our products listed as a prescription only import. We constantly review this list to add any updates available.  Major customer locations are listed below; nations with poor credit

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Phosphatidylcholine (PC), not to be confused with phosphatidylserine (another nootropic), is most commonly extracted from sunflower or soy lecithin. In mouse models of Alzheimer’s disease, Phosphatidylcholine improves memory [1] and function of acetylcholine, a critical brain neurotransmitter. In the same models, deficiency of PC leads to increased rates of nerve degeneration.

The main dietary source of PC is unprocessed lecithin

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Many new nootropics users struggle with the fact that Adrafinil may not be working for them as intended. It is a common scenario that many excited users run into. They often get hyped up by friends and forums that rave about the beneficial nootropic effects of adrafinil. Later, after trying it, the user may become very disappointed and may start

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Piracetam is one of the oldest, most studied and safest of the nootropic class of drugs. As the first racetam discovered by Dr. Corneliu Giurgea (famed for not only discovering the first classical racetams but coining the term nootropic and devising the first criteria for what a nootropic compound is or does). It’s generally the first compound that is suggested

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Well, it is yet another year and another new list of the top nootropics has been released, the top nootropics in 2016. This list has been carefully created by Peak Nootropics staff based on the data from our top selling products as well as from external trends we have observed. Like in previous years, efficacy, tolerability and price are the

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If you are curious as to whether nootropics are past their sell-by-date, you only have to take a look at the search term “nootropics” on Google Trends to see that people’s interest in these cognitive health supplements is far from declining.

While government’s across the globe are reluctant to pump vast sums into researching their potential cognitive health abilities, one scientist from

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WHAT IS A STACK

Most people who utilize nootropic supplements for cognitive enhancement choose 2 or more compounds that they combine to increase the effects of each through synergy. This is called “stacking.” In a case like this you end up with a situation where the whole is greater than the sum of it’s parts. Some of the simplest possible nootropic

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