Clear Mind & Energy
Simulate the brain to its full potential. Nootropic effect.
A botanical product that was clinically tested in civilian and military populations for optimal effectiveness and safety. No added Caffeine. See product label
Provides clarity based upon mental energy production.
Dose: One Teaspoon before breakfast.
Released in March 2017, to the Navy SEALs, after 8 years of development and testing, CME provides mental clarity, focus, and greater endurance under stress. To date we have not had anyone state they had a “Crash” as with the energy drinks.
Lepidium meyenii (Maca): Also known as Peruvian ginseng. Scientific evidence showed that maca has nutritional, energizer, and fertility-enhancer properties, and it acts on sexual dysfunctions, osteoporosis, benign prostatic hyperplasia, memory and learning, and protects skin against ultraviolet radiation.
Guarana: In the article, Improved cognitive performance in human volunteers following administration of guarana (Paulliniacupana) extract, the researchers stated; "Given the low caffeine content of the dose (6-9mg) these results provide the first demonstration in humans of the psychoactive effects of guarana. Noted was the improvement in task performance throughout the day."
Rhodiolarosea: The ability of Rhodiola to enhance memory and mental energy has been found to be due to its ability to increase the neurotransmitter Acetylcholine by decreasing its destruction by the enzyme acetylcholine esterase.
EGCG: Epigallocatechin gallate is the active agent in Green Tea. Studies on post-stroke patients and those with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease all benefited with an improvement in cognitive functioning when placed on EGCG.
As a stand-alone product: one teaspoon pre-breakfast only. If an additional dose is needed, we suggest one-half of a teaspoon to avoid any effect on sleep.
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