Every day, roughly 60-million Americans drink coffee to give themselves a boost. And that’s not a bad thing. Caffeine is a nootropic substance that blocks the neurotransmitters that make us feel drowsy. This helps us feel awake and alert, boosting physical and mental performance. But what if you could do more for your brain? What if, in addition to waking it up, you could actually make it work better? Well, thanks to an innovative team of scientists and researchers at Neurohacker Collective, there is. It’s a smart drink called Qualia Nootropic Energy. And it is going to change the way you think about energy drinks.

The Neurohacker Collective Approach

Most energy drinks on the market today are very poorly researched. They just combine large doses of caffeine, vitamins, and substances like taurine, which we actually know very little about. Some energy drinks also have a ridiculous amount of sugar.

At Neurohacker Collective, they do things differently. Every single ingredient in every one of its products is extensively researched. They can tell you exactly what it does, why they use the dose they use, and how it interacts with other ingredients.

Qualia Nootropic Energy is the result of years of research into brain function and neurochemical systems. This research allowed Neurohacker Collective to identify specific physiological processes that can be easily and quickly augmented by various nootropic compounds, vitamins, amino acids, fruit extracts, and herbal extracts. Their scientists then developed a precise blend of 12 such ingredients that are clinically proven to improve cognitive function and overall brain health.

 

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