Nootropicaid Publishes "Nootropics 101: The Ultimate Guide to Focus Supplements"

Comprehensive new introduction to supplements that encourage improved mental function is the Internet's best and most thorough, Nootropicaid reports

Nootropicaid, a leading informational website focusing on nootropics, announced the release and immediate availability of a new guide to cognition- and memory-enhancing supplements. The comprehensive, in-depth guide serves as a gentle and accessible introduction to the subject for newcomers, while also containing plenty of specific information that will benefit even those with significant background knowledge. Nootropicaid is one of the Internet's leading resources for those interested in nootropics, and publishes a wide variety of guides, articles, and reviews of particular products.

"With more and more ambitious people becoming interested in what nootropics have to offer, it is important that there be a reliable, effective way of introducing newcomers to the major issues," Nootropicaid representative Andrew Santiago said, "Our new publication titled 'Nootropics 101: The Ultimate Guide to Focus Supplements' is just that resource, and we are proud to offer it for free to all visitors to our site."

Invented in 1972 by a Romanian pharmaceutical researcher named Corneliu Giurgea, the term "nootropic" refers to substances that improve some aspect of the brain's conscious function. A range of stimulants, for example, have been shown in studies to bolster the powers of concentration of those who take them, leading some to seek them out as ways of boosting academic or professional performance.

Other chemicals, herbs, or other substances are thought by some to improve memory or allow for greater creativity, with a whole range of these candidates undergoing study at the present time. Based at, Nootropicaid was founded to educate visitors about the potential of substances of this kind, with a special focus on easily obtainable, over-the-counter supplements that are thought by many to have positive effects on cognition.

The Nootropicaid website, for example, includes a number of reviews of the natural remedies to improve focus that have become increasingly popular among those seeking a cognitive edge. Unlike pharmaceutical products, which often include the possibility of negative side effects and other dangers, many of these herbal and natural alternatives can be used with little or no worry of drawbacks.

In fact, there is a long tradition of using natural substances for these reasons. The ancient Hindu system of Ayurvedic medicine, for example, incorporates conclusions about the usefulness and efficacy of certain herbs for improving mental function. Even caffeine-containing natural consumables like coffee and tea are considered by some to fall into the broad class of substances properly termed "nootropics," since they can improve alertness and provide motivation.

The newly published Nootropicaid introduction to the field addresses all of these issues and many more, thereby bringing readers up to speed with this interesting and important subject. Those interested in the new guide can find it at the home page on the company's site, and can also learn more at about a wide variety of natural supplements that are thought to boost mental function.

About Nootropicaid:
Educating readers about the potential to be found in nootropics, as well as the issues surrounding their usage, Nootropicaid provides clear, valuable information that visitors can use to make informed decisions for themselves.

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Name: Andrew Santiago
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Organization: Nootropicaid
Phone: (754) 581-2733

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