Performance In Challenging Environments
Speed Of Thinking
Rhiodiola Rosea (Rose Root)
Prolonged use of Rose Root improves performance in challenging environments. It has shown improved calculation ability and prolonged concentration, and it speeds up associative thinking. Resulting in the feeling of being able to find your words quickly and being able to think on your feet clearly.
Curcuma longa (Tumeric)
In the right dosages, turmeric increases a protein called BDNF in two parts of the brain that are essential for encoding memories from short to long-term stores. Your hippocampus is the part of the brain that plays a major role in learning and memory, and the Prefrontal Cortex is the area that plays a critical role in decision-making. Boosting BDNF enables these parts of the brain to grow.
Melissa Officinalis (Lemon Balm)
Neurotransmitters are essential for inter-brain communication.
Acetylcholine (ACH) is an important transmitter of information.
Lemon Balm stops the rapid breakdown of ACH.
Less ACH breakdown means more ACH available, faster interbrain communication and the ability to react fast.
Go Harder For Longer
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)
Shows significant enhancements in top-end fitness known as VO2 max. It also improves endurance capacity.
It is associated with significant increases in muscle mass and strength. Ashwagandha is best used in conjunction with a resistance-training program.
Rhodiola Rosea (Rose Root)
Single low doses of Rhodiola Rosea display a pronounced anti-fatigue effect improving mental performance.
Every one of your cells has a power battery called mitochondria, and ATP is the energy source for these batteries. The root assists with the creation of ATP in our brains, more ATP creation means, less brain fatigue and energised focus.
Focus & Brain Fog
Withania Somnifera (Ashwagandha)
Brain fog makes reorganising information in our minds difficult and is often a symptom of a stressed or inflamed brain.
Ashwagandha prevents over-inflammation by stopping your body's resident immune cells(microglial cells) from over-migrating to a stressed or injured area. Preventing the over-activity of the microglial cells encourages efficient recovery and better focus.
The Neuroscience Explained Further
Boosting the availability of neurotransmitters improves the brain's ability to process information rapidly.
Improving blood flow, and increasing reparative neurochemicals. Optimises the brains recovery systems.
Protecting brain cells, assisting the toxic removal systems and flooding the energy systems improves the brain's longevity.