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We’re entering the era of feel warm and fuzzy and buzzy designer

coffees and cocoa beverages. These are beverages that turn on the

neurotransmitters in the brain that make the mind go BOOM, I

feel better, So would you like to learn, what’s in that stuff?

These are ADAPTOGENS and NOOTROPICS. Those big long words


The definition of ADAPTOGENS is loose as a goose because the world

health control apparatus while not denying their existence completely,

just POOF, acts like ADAPTOGENS simply don’t exist. But the HEALTH

FOODIE GURUS term ADAPTOGENS as naturally derived plant-based roots and herbs. These are specifically chemical compounds in non-toxic edible herbs that wisely support the body’s ability to manage mental and physical stress plus the “F” word, fatigue on a biological level. Some herbs and plants are considered to be both adaptogens and nootropics [pronounced new-ah-tropics], such as, Siberian ginseng. The terms adaptogens and nootropics are often used interchangeably, but they are not the same.

So what’s a NOOTROPIC?

Well, I’m glad you asked because now that you can pronounce it, you might as well learn what the big buzz is behind this majestic word and what it means.

NOOTROPICS are from natural herbal and plant-based sources or chemically extracted pharmaceuticals from foods or plants that target brain cognitive functioning, such as, the firing of neurotransmitters, serotonin, dopamine, norepinephrine.

These neural juices rule the brain’s basic tasks like: happiness, alertness, motivation, memorization, remembering instructions, focus, attention, creativity and the ability multitasking (in healthy people).

Keep in mind the FDA does not endorse natural plant therapy so the following disclaimer appears everywhere: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Okay. Now that you’ve been briefed, what these new designer coffees and cocoas can do,

visit my blog for a more in depth explanations on how the various ADAPTOGENS and NOOTROPICS WORK on a biological and scientific level. And if you’re over 18, apply for your free samples after reviewing the terms and conditions. Thanks.