Chemix – Nootropic
Chemix – Nootropic, Chemix CEO The Guerrilla Chemist is back with his long-awaited Nootropic Formulation that not only decreases mental fatigue but increases cognition to enhance productivity and provide focus at levels you have never seen before.
Redefine your focus with our brand new caffeine-free nootropic blend helping you to harness the power of incredible ingredients like Lions Mane Extract, Huperzine A, Ivy Leaf Extract, Kanna, and more which deliver mental acuity beyond your wildest imagination.
HOW DOES CHEMIX NOOTROPIC WORK?
Nootropic is an ultra-premium, all-natural combination of 11 powerful ingredients designed to dramatically increase focus, enhance mood, and your ability to get things done! To understand how many of these ingredients work, you need a little background information on monoamines neurotransmitters. Monoamines neurotransmitters, such as serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine contain 1 amine group(-NH 2 ), connected to an aromatic ring. All monoamines are derived from the amino acids phenylalanine, tyrosine and tryptophan and are dubbed “the feel good neurotransmitters.” The enzyme which breaks down all monoamines is known as monoamine oxidase (MAO). By inhibiting the enzyme MAO, these compounds and their effects can last longer in the body.
Serotonin is known as the “feel good” neurotransmitter and has been directly shown to elevate mood, cognition, learning and memory. Regulating serotonin is the main action by which most anti-depressant medications work. Increasing levels of serotonin, as well as blocking the re- uptake(usage) of serotonin is the mechanism of action for most prescription serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SRi). The cool thing is that there are many natural botanical that work very similarly.
Dopamine is another important monoamine that is a major part of your body’s reward- motivation system. It’s known as the “pleasure/euphoric” chemical, and many pharmaceuticals revolve around the release and reuptake of dopamine, specifically ADHD medications. These medications work via blocking dopamine transporters or inhibiting reuptake. The reason why people need ADHD meds is because they do not produce high amounts of dopamine. By constantly looking around for outside stimuli, this causes a dopamine “fix” and their bodies will produce more dopamine. If you already have enough dopamine, releasing more and blocking its transport will dramatically increase your concentration.