The term nootropic was coined by a Romanian professor, Corneliu E. Giurgea in 1972. Coming from Greek origins, the term means "to bend or shape the mind".
Simply put, nootropics are cognitive enhancers and help with overall brain health. Nootropics can be drugs, supplements or plant extracts which improve cognitive functions such as memory, attention, mood and motivation.
Nootropics have many short term benefits including:
On the other hand, side effects are also seen particularly with pharmaceutical drugs. Anxiety, headaches, insomnia, jitters and tiredness are some negative side effects that can be observed. Under certain definitions, coffee and its key stimulant caffeine are also nootropics and similar negative side effects have been seen.
Whilst research surrounding the long term impacts of nootropics is still emerging some benefits have been observed. These include:
Ārepa Nootropics are 100% natural, plant based, caffeine-free and New Zealand made containing pure New Zealand Pine Bark Extract (Enzogenol), Pure New Zealand Blackcurrant Extract, Japanese Green Tea Extract and L-theanine (an amino acid found in green tea).
Each format is packed full of clinically proven plant based bioactives like polyphenols all helping to assist with with mental clarity and keeping a calm, clear mind in those high pressure, stressful situations.
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