Different types of nootropics
Synthetic vs Natural
Before we continue, let's take a closer look at some common nootropics, including what they are,
whether there is any evidence behind them and whether they cause any side effects.
Nootropics are broadly split into two groups- synthetic and natural. In short, synthetic drugs
include prescription medications such as Methylphenidate (Ritalin) and dextroamphetamine
(Adderall), both used to treat the behavioural disorder ADHD as well as narcolepsy.
Melts Infusions was created by a Bioscientist called Sanaz Bahrami, who struggled with anxiety and other issues, which you can read more about HERE. She wanted to stop using mind-altering drugs, such as synthetic nootropics like Adderall, so she started to experiment with natural nootropics until she came up with an infusion that could help her. Here are Melts Infusions; we will only sell you natural nootropics.
There has been a rise in over-the-counter nootropic supplements that use natural ingredients. These products combine a blend of nootropic ingredients, known as a "stack," and they can help you improve memory, concentration and mood. They often contain amino acids, B vitamins and natural herbs or plants used in traditional medicine.
Some nootropics are natural compounds found in plants. These may be commercially manufactured as brain supplements.
Here is the list of some of the natural ingredients we use when we create our Melts Infusions:
* Siberian Ginseng
* Lemon balm
* Holy basil