Nootropic Intelligence

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Nootropic intelligence.

Nootropics, also referred to as smart drugs, cognitive enhancers and memory enhancers are pharmaceuticals, supplements and nutraceuticals which are alleged to improve mental capacities such as concentration, memory, intelligence, motivation, attention.

The phrase nootropic was coined in 1964 by the Dr. Corneliu E. Giurgea, taken from the Greek words nous, or “mind,” and trepein meaning “to bend/turn”.

So, are you searching for those elusive extra IQ points, that extra edge in studying, or just hoping to recapture the cognitive vigor of youth? Smartnootropics offers a wealth of information – from the latest peer reviews to my own fastidiously recorded experiences and the recorded experiences (with a bit of luck) of my soon to be reader-base. Together we will bust myths and discover what really does work, and what will likely turn your brain into a weevil called Bob. At smartnootropics we value your safety and recommend people use regular health checks to keep ontop of your health.

Are nootropics safe? Do they really work? Where are the studies? and what are the cheapest ways to acquire them? In the coming weeks and months all shall be explained. Watch out also for news on cognitive enhancements of all modes and methods (bring on the nano-augmentation) on the news page. So, let us not procrastinate further, the journey has begun; I hope to see you on the other side.

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