What Are Nootropics?

What Are Nootropics?

Being able to learn faster and remain focused longer are game changing factors for success.Nootropics are supplements designed to enhance brain function and improve cognitive performance. Believed to help with memory recall, productivity, focus, and overall cognition- Nootropics are usually "stacked" with several ingredients that work synergistically to improve overall brain performance.

Here at Pac Crest Botanicals we believe that quality and purity speak to the integrity of our products. We want to provide our customers the confidence to peruse a healthy, happy life full of adventure.We have developed a specific Nootropic line of supplements that we have named our Mount Olympus Gardens Line. Each product has been formulated to enhance creative capabilities. Utilizing terpenes, cannabinoids, and nutraceuticals each product is designed with the intention of inspiring others to take action in achieving the goals necessary to live their dreams.

Some of our favorite ingredients...
Chaga is a type of fungi that thrives in very cold climates. Rich in minerals like the zinc, magnesium, potassium, calcium, iron, and amino acids, Chaga is a powerful fungi. It is believed to enhance cognitive function by helping restore acetylcholine levels within the brain.

New research suggests that Lion's Mane may be able to increase levels of a molecule called nerve growth factor (NGF). By increasing the length of nerve cell processes, Lion's Mane may help eliminate brain fog restoring memory and mental alertness.

Cordyceps are believed to improve many aspects of cognitive performance specifically learning capacity and memory. This in turn can help to increase mental clarity, banish brain fog and improve productivity.

delta-3 Carene is a terpene found in cedar and pine trees. Studies suggest that this terpene may promote memory retention and help maintain a sharp mental state.

alpha-Pinene is another terpene commonly found in coniferous trees. Pinene provides a cognitive boost by acting as an inhibitor of acetylcholinesterase, offering protection for the molecules transmitting information.

Limonene is a citrusy terpene with an inspiring and uplifting effect that also provides a cerebral boost by supporting acetylcholine levels within the brain.

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