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> Nootropics...ADD/ADHD Alternative?, Using certain nootropics and doasges, you may be able to get relief from ADD/ADHD.
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post Jul 16, 2013, 05:25 AM
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Have you grown up hearing that you are limited in your accomplishments because you have been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD? Perhaps you've tried repeatedly and failed at something, even with the prescribed medications. Have you considered that you may not be the problem at all?

Nootropics may be the answer you are looking for. These are supplements that can aid in increasing the oxygen levels to the brain while stimulating the growth of new nerves. This leads to heightened levels of performance and concentration. Nootropics have been found to help aid you and work as a substitute for ADD and ADHD medications.

The end to your limits and frustration could be found in the Beginner Nootropic Stack. Through the potent effect of natural ingredients and nootropics, you could find that you are able to focus better with increased motivation for study and concentrating on your priorities. Nootropics can help enhance your memory, cognitive functions and even sports performance.

Don't allow a condition to define what you can accomplish with your life. Nootropics have helped others and they can help you. There is no risk because the Beginner Nootropic Stack comes with a 30 day money-back guarantee.

Build your brain up, don't tear it down.

~Epiphany D1 (Cognitive Enhancement)
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post Jul 16, 2013, 07:29 AM
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However some experts are saying Nootropic causes side effects .
so whether i can bye it or not.
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post Jul 17, 2013, 02:56 PM
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However some experts are saying Nootropic causes side effects .
so whether i can bye it or not.


Nootropics generally have no adverse side effects. Just make sure you supplement with Choline if taking an ingredient such as one of the racetams (piracetam, aniracetam, etc.) Otherwise you may experience a mild headache due to lack of choline.

Theres also a few supplements out there already stacked that you can buy. Nootrobrain comes to mind.

The doc who coined the term "Nootropics", Dr. Corneliu E. Giurgea, actually set forth the following guideline to be considered a true Nootropic: "Must have few side effects and low toxicity".

They're generally accepted as safe with few side effects.... if it's a true Nootropic.
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post Aug 07, 2013, 01:32 PM
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Nootropics is a new name for something that has been around for centuries. Nootropics are simply supplements that help improve cognition and reasoning
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You can also check out pre-made stacks at epiphanyd1 main website. All stacks have choline in them along with other supportive ingredients.
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