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  • So What Is Phenibut? - 5 Simple Facts For Newbies

    What is the history of Phenibut?

    Phenibut, with the chemical name β-Phenyl-γ-aminobutyric acid, is sometimes also called Noofen or Citrocard. It was originally developed in Russia at the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences. It is included in Russian astronauts’ medical kits as an anti-stress and anti-anxiety substance that can be taken without affecting performance[1].

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  • What Supplement Can Be The King Of Nootropics - To Unleash 'Limitless' Brain Power?

    Who Will Ascent To The Throne Of Nootropics And Become King?

    What are Nootropics[1] ”smart drugs” and how did they become popular?

    The term Nootropic, which means “toward the mind”, was first coined in the early 1970’s meaning literally denotatively (mind bend/turn). However, the idea of a Nootropic supplement, quickly became popular with the 2011 movie “Limitless”.[2] By 2015, the global sales of this broad category of compounds exceeded $1billion. Continue reading

  • The Ultimate QUERCETIN FAQ

    Few people may be familiar with Quercetin and its myriad health benefits, yet we encounter it every day in many of the foods we consume. It’s in Energy Drinks! It’s bright Yellow! It is a super fine powder that has transformed my life since I discovered LiftMode.com. Quercetin is: Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant, Anti-Aging, Adaptogenic, Bio-Flavanoid found in healthy fruits, berries and vegetables!

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  • Importance of Standardizing Extracts

    Extract standardization is the process supplements companies use to make sure that all their products are of the same quality and purity. A standardized extract has one or more chemical compounds in a guaranteed amount and the amount is usually written as a percentage.

    There are two main methods of standardization, and which one is used depends on whether the active compound is known or not. Standardization to a marker compound is used when a herb or plant is known to have beneficial effects, but the compound or compounds that create the effects have not yet been found out. When the active compounds are not known companies must choose a marker compound, an easily identifiable compound that occurs only the herb or plant of choice, in sufficient quantities, and standardize their extracts using the marker compound as their ‘target’.

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  • Common extraction techniques

    The reasons for extraction

    As we discussed in our previous blog post on X: Y extracts and percentage purity, there are three main reasons for using extractions from natural sources in health supplements.

    The original plant materials may contain a lot of other chemical compounds (known as phytochemicals) which may be toxic or unhealthy. An example is the experimental anti-cancer drug G202, shown to kill up to 50% of prostate cancer cells in mice over a 30 day period. G202 is extracted from Thapsia garganica, a Mediterranean weed which is also known as the “death carrot” .

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  • A world of difference - X: Y extracts versus percentage purity

    Extraction and purity

    Learning about supplements can be confusing. The supplement market is one of the most competitive there is, and companies employ a range of advertising techniques that will have us believe that their brand is the most potent or pure. You may even be convinced that dietary supplements are a necessity for good health, which can be frightening. The decision-making process can be a difficult one. We’re here to help! Continue reading

  • BLOG INTRO - IMPORTANCE OF PURITY

    What we’re all about

    This blog aims to share helpful information relating to body and mind dietary supplements, healthy lifestyles and the connection between the two. It delves a little into the new world of Nootropics, the science of supplements and physical health.

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