Ingredients with purpose.

For all of our formulations, we source top-quality, vegan ingredients from around the world with the highest bioavailability.

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Synapsa®

Synapsa®

Memory

Neuroprotection

Learning

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Synapsa® is a unique standardized extract of the Bacopa monnieri plant. It has a wide range of active constituents that contribute to its therapeutic properties.

why we use it

Studies have shown Bacopa to improve memory recall and be neuroprotective against age-related diseases. Traditionally, Bacopa Monnieri Extract is used to improve cognitive function as well as overall brain health.

nutrition fact

Bacopa Extract has been shown to exhibit anti-inflammatory properties in the brain.

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TAU

TAU

Memory

Neuroprotection

Mood

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TAU is a more bioavailable form of uridine, which is in foods such as fish, walnuts, broccoli and tomatoes.

why we use it

Uridine is needed to build the cell membrane of our nerve cells and produce choline, a well studied cognitive enhancer. It also supports neurotrophic factors BDNF and NGF, which protect neurons from damage.

nutrition fact

Studies have shown TAU increases mitochondrial function, supports mood, and and has neuroprotective qualities.

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7,8-DHF

7,8-DHF

Neuroprotection

Neurogenesis

Cellular function

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Dihydroxyflavone is a flavone molecule found in the plants Godmania aesculifolia, Tridax procumbens, and in Primula tree leaves.

why we use it

Studies have shown dihydroxyflavone can cross the blood brain barrier, binding to and activating TrkB receptors, which can help protect the brain from damage and neurological decline.

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Dihydroxyflavone binding to TrkB receptors stimulates Dendrite growth, which strengthens communication between neurons.

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Choline

Choline

Learning

Neuroprotection

Memory

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Choline is found in high concentrations in soybeans, animal products, eggs and fish.

why we use it

Choline supports healthy myelin of nerves, increases cerebral metabolism, and acts on various levels of neurotransmitters. Studies have shown choline to have a neuroprotective effect, and to support learning and memory performance.

nutrition fact

Choline has been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects in the brain and may protect against neurological decline.

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DHA

DHA

Cellular function

Processing

Memory

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Omega-3 fatty acid derived from algae

why we use it

Studies have shown that DHA supplementation improves memory and reaction time when taken regularly. DHA is a complex fatty acid molecule crucial for neurological development and brain health.

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DHA has anti-inflammatory properties and improves serum cholesterol levels, which suggests it has long-term cardiovascular benefits.

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Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha

Memory

Attention

Neuroprotection

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High concentration extract of the Ashwagandha root.

why we use it

KSM-66 Ashwagandha modulates our body’s stress response to cortisol. This non-sedating modulation promotes a calming effect in stressful situations.

nutrition fact

Ashwagandha roughly translates to the “smell and strength of a horse!”

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Ginseng

Ginseng

Memory

Energy

Neuroprotection

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GS15-4 Panax Ginseng is native to Eastern Russian, Northeast China, and the Korean Peninsula.

why we use it

Studies have shown the active components of GS15-4 Panax Ginseng, Ginsenosides, to increase the expression of acetylcholine in the brain, which enhances learning and memory formation. This adaptogenic herb helps the body adapt to stress and improves cellular energy production.

nutrition fact

GS15-4 Panax Ginseng improves blood sugar measures and supports a healthy immune system.

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NALT

NALT

Alertness

Attention

Memory

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High concentrations in animal protein, dairy products, and whole grains.

why we use it

Tyrosine is an amino acid precursor to the excitatory neurotransmitters, dopamine and norepinephrine. Increases affect energy, alertness, and cognitive function.

nutrition fact

N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine (NALT) may support an elevated mood.

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Alpha GPC - 250mg

Alpha GPC - 250mg

Memory

Neurogenesis

Neuroprotection

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Alpha GPC can be produced synthetically or naturally derived from certain food sources like eggs, dairy, meat, and fish.

why we use it

Studies have shown Alpha GPC to supply the brain with a useable source of choline, which is used to make acetylcholine. Acetylcholine is an essential neurotransmitter for the learning and memory processes in the hippocampus of the brain.

nutrition fact

Clinical trials have shown Alpha GPC usage to result in statistically significant cognitive improvement across three measurement scales.

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Zembrin®

Zembrin®

Blood Flow

Neuroplasticity

Mood

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Zembrin is a component of the South African plant Sceletium Tortuosum.

why we use it

Studies have shown Zembrin to have 5-HT reuptake inhibition and PDE4 inhibition. 5-HT reuptake inhibition improves mood and feelings of calmness. PDE4 inhibition improves blood flow to the Amygdala, which plays a role in our stress response and memory formation.

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Zembrin has a potent effect on acute stress and may allow for more deeper, restful sleep.

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Artichoke Extract

Artichoke Extract

Blood Flow

Processing

Stress

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Artichoke leaves and roots.

why we use it

Studies have shown Artichoke extract blocks an enzyme called phosphodiesterase IV. By blocking this enzyme, blood flow is increased.

nutrition fact

Flavenoids like those found in Artichoke extract are antioxidants that can help your body function more efficiently, helping to protect it from everyday toxins and stressors.

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Phosphatidylserine

Phosphatidylserine

Memory

Stress

Attention

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A naturally occurring phospholipid, our Phosphatidylserine is from sunflowers.

why we use it

Studies have shown this supplement to aid in memory formation, reduce cortisol response in both physical and psychological stress, and enhance attention and working memory.

nutrition fact

Phosphatidylserine may have mood improving effects and protect against cognitive decline.

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Forskolin

Forskolin

Neuroprotection

Blood Flow

Cellular function

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Made from the root of a plant in the mint family, Forskolin grows in Nepal, India, and Thailand.

why we use it

Studies have shown that Forskolin increases cellular levels of a molecule called cyclic adenosine monophosphate, or cAMP. By increasing levels of cAMP, Forskolin increases relaxation of arteries and improves blood flow to the brain.

nutrition fact

Forskolin has been shown to support healthy cerebral blood flow and normal blood vessel dilation in clinical and laboratory research.

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Sabroxy®

Sabroxy®

Memory

Motivation

Neuroprotection

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Oroxylum indicum is extracted from the fruit and bark of the Indian trumpet tree.

why we use it

Oroxylum indicum acts as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor, which increases dopamine levels and improves memory consolidation.

nutrition fact

Oroxylum indicum has also been shown to increase brain derived neurotrophic factor, suggesting a neuroprotective effect.

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NAC

NAC

Cellular function

Neuroprotection

Mood

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Cysteine is found in most high-protein foods, like turkey, yogurt, eggs, sunflower seeds and legumes.

why we use it

Studies have shown NAC increases levels of glutathione, which help generate and regulate the neurotransmitter glutamate, as well as support detoxification.

nutrition fact

NAC may increase glutathione levels, which can have positive impact on immune function.

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TeaCrine®

TeaCrine®

Energy

Motivation

Processing

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Theacrine is an alkaloid naturally found in the plant Cupuaçu, related to the cacao tree, and Chinese tea, Cameilla kucha.

why we use it

Research indicates Theacrine increases activity in the nucleus accumbens (NAc) region of the brain, which is believed to support motivation and general cognitive function.

nutrition fact

It is believed that TeaCrine may be the best Theacrine supplement for its ability to promote energy while minimizing chances of irritability.

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Agmatine

Agmatine

Mood

Neuroprotection

Stress

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Agmatine Sulfate is naturally produced by bacteria, plants, and human cells.

why we use it

Agmantine has the ability to block acetylcholine receptors in the adrenal glands. By blocking acetylcholine release in the adrenal glands, less stress hormones are released and a more calm flow state can be achieved.

nutrition fact

Studies have shown that beyond its cognitive benefits, Agmantine may have pain reducing and mood enhancing effects.

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B12

B12

Energy

Nerve health

Cellular function

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Methylcobalamin is a form of Vitamin B12 that can be man-made or found in high concentrations of animal protein.

why we use it

Methylcobalamin is used to support energy levels and is essential for nerve health.

nutrition fact

Studies have shown deficiencies in B12 can lead to fatigue and decreased cognitive function.

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Epicatechin

Epicatechin

Neuroprotection

Blood Flow

Mood

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Epicatechin is a molecule found in high concentration in green tea and dark chocolate.

why we use it

Studies have shown Epicatechin to be a potent antioxidant that can pass the blood brain barrier. By neutralizing oxidative damage to the brain, Epicatechin helps preserve neurological health and cognitive function.

nutrition fact

Epicatechin may support feelings of well being.

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Lion's Mane

Lion's Mane

Memory

Learning

Neuroprotection

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Lion’s Mane Mushrooms are native to Northern United States and Canada.

why we use it

Studies have shown Lion’s Mane to increase levels of Brain Derived Neutropic Factor, which protects neurons from damage and disease of aging. It has been shown to improve cognitive performance by improving episodic memory and visual memory.

nutrition fact

Lion’s Mane has been shown to improve mood, reduce stress, and improve sleep.

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Alpha GPC- 150mg

Alpha GPC- 150mg

Memory

Neurogenesis

Neuroprotection

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Alpha GPC can be produced synthetically or naturally derived from some food sources, like eggs, dairy, meat, and fish.

why we use it

Studies have shown that Alpha GPC supplies the brain with a useable source of choline, which is used to make actecholine. This neurotransmitter is needed to learn new information and store memories in the hippocampus of our brain.

nutrition fact

Clinical trials have shown Alpha GPC usage resulted in statistically significant cognitive improvement across three measurement scales.

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Dynamine®

Dynamine®

Alertness

Memory

Energy

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Naturally occurring molecule found in coffee beans, tea, guarana, cocoa, and yerba mate

why we use it

Studies show that Methylliberine has been found to support alertness, positive mood and energy levels without a crash.

nutrition fact

Methylliberine is an alkaloid compound that is structurally similar to caffeine and acts in similar ways to boost energy, focus, and oxygen uptake

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L-Theanine

L-Theanine

Alertness

Stress

Reaction time

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L-Theanine is found in fairly high concentrations in green tea, and can also be found in several mushroom species.

why we use it

By blocking glutamate receptors that would normally activate an excitatory response, an increase in the more peaceful neurotransmitters serotonin, dopamine, and GABA is possible with L-Theanine.

nutrition fact

L-Theanine minimizes possible side effects of caffeine, so we include it in our caffeinated formulations.

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Zynamite®

Zynamite®

Energy

Accuracy

Visual Memory

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Mangifera indica is found in high concentration in mango leaves, but can also be found in other herbs, like African honeybush.

why we use it

Mangifera indica can improve performance accuracy, rapid visual information processing and episodic memory. The molecule shows COMT inhibiting activity, which increases alertness neurotransmitters norepinephrine and epinephrine.

nutrition fact

Mango leaf extracts have been used for centuries for exhaustion and fatigue.

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L-Phenylalanine

L-Phenylalanine

Memory

Motivation

Attention

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L-Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid found in high concentrations in meat, fish, eggs, soybeans, and cheese.

why we use it

L-Phenylalanine is an amino acid that is a precursor of the excitatory neurotransmitters dopamine and norepinephrine. Low levels of L-Phenylalanine are generally associated with attention issues.

nutrition fact

Research suggests that L-Phenylalanine can improve mood when taken regularly.

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Theobromine

Theobromine

Alertness

Energy

Neuroprotection

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Theobromine is the primary alkaloid found in Cocoa.

why we use it

Theobromine stimulates the release of dopamine and norepinephrine, which increases alertness and energy levels.

nutrition fact

Theobromine is a molecule similar to caffeine, but has a slower onset and longer lasting effect.

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Ginkgo Biloba

Ginkgo Biloba

Processing

Visual Memory

Blood Flow

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Extracted from the leaves of the Ginkgo Biloba tree, which is native to China

why we use it

Ginkgo biloba nootroptic action is due to increased release of dopamine in the prefrontal cortex and improves brain blood flow. Increasing dopamine improves recognition of visual material and improved cognitive flexibility.

nutrition fact

Ginkgo has been shown to be anti-inflammatory, and supports optimal blood flow.

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Caffeine

Caffeine

Alertness

Energy

Attention

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Coffee, tea, cacao, yerba mate, and guarana berries.

why we use it

Caffeine blocks adenosine molecules from their receptor. When this occurs more dopamine and norepinephrine are released from our neuron, which increases energy and alertness.

nutrition fact

Lifelong caffeine consumption has been associated with the prevention of neurodegenerative diseases

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