The most potential nootropics to invest in 2020.

The most potential nootropics to invest in 2020.

As Nootropicsorigin has been always focusing on nootropics, and find the global nootropics market is anticipated to expand at a rapid pace in the last 5 years to come on account of modernization and technological advancements. Increasing consumer spending on healthcare and wellness products and rising awareness regarding the benefits of the product can drive the market. There are always new products comes out while others will be fade away due to rare resources and less promotion.

So what will be the most potential nootropics worth to invest in 2020?

1. NMN, Nicotinamide mononucleotide is a nucleotide derived from ribose and nicotinamide. Like nicotinamide riboside, NMN is a derivative of niacin, and humans have enzymes that can use NMN to generate nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. As we human beings always want to get old slowly, the pharmacological activities of NMN include its role in cellular biochemical functions, cardioprotection, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, and complications associated with obesity. The current price of raw materials around USD3500/kg.It is very high prices which also mean high profit.

2.CBD, Cannabidiol (CBD)has been promoted with its plenty of benefits and covered in the media and supplements. CBD is commonly used to address anxiety, and for patients who suffer through the misery of insomnia, studies suggest that CBD may help with both falling asleep and staying asleep. Except for the CBD full-spectrum oil and there are also CBD isolate pure powder which sells by the gram. It is about USD15-20/gram depending on purity.

3. Mushrooms, why mushrooms, it is most mushrooms are drug homologous food, they are quite safe comparing to most ones. Medicinal mushrooms contain a class of polysaccharides known as beta-glucans that promote antitumor immunity related to antibody–Fc interactions by activating complement receptors. They have been used for aging, boosting the immune system; viral infections such as the flu (influenza), etc. These three mushrooms are best sellers: Lion’s mane mushroom, Chaga mushroom, Reishi mushroom, and Cordyceps Mushroom. They are not expensive comparing to other compound pure nootropics, but they are natural and safe and commonly accepted.

4.Huperzine A, as a natural nootropics representative.

Huperzine A is a naturally occurring sesquiterpene alkaloid compound found in the firmoss Huperzia Serrata and in varying quantities in other Huperzia species. Huperzine A is used for Alzheimer’s disease, memory and learning enhancement, and age-related memory impairment. It is also used for treating a muscle disease called myasthenia gravis, for increasing alertness and energy, and for protecting against agents that damage the nerves such as nerve gases. There are natural and synthesis resources on the market. Seems natural one is more accepted by the consumer even if the price is a bit higher.

5. Citicoline, among all kinds of choline supplements, citicoline is the most expensive but effective one. It’s more like a medical class than supplements, still, there are many supplement companies that use it. Citicoline heightens focus, supports your ability to concentrate on complex subjects for long periods of time, and increases your mental stamina. However, it does not do this by increasing mental energy or reducing the perception of fatigue. Citicoline primarily works by increasing acetylcholine levels

6. Tianeptine,Tianeptine is more close to a drug than a supplement, still, it is quite popular online. Tianeptine is a well-described antidepressant that has been shown to prevent stress from producing deleterious effects on brain structure and function. Preclinical studies have shown that tianeptine blocks stress-induced alterations of neuronal morphology and synaptic plasticity. Moreover, tianeptine prevents stress from impairing learning and memory, and, importantly, demonstrates memory-enhancing properties in the absence of stress. Recent research has indicated that tianeptine works by normalizing glutamatergic neurotransmission, a mechanism of action that may underlie its effectiveness as an antidepressant. These findings emphasize the value in focusing on the mechanisms of action of tianeptine, and specifically, the glutamatergic system, in the development of novel pharmacotherapeutic strategies in the treatment of depression.

Basically there are three forms as Tianeptine Sodium, Tianeptine sulfate, and Tianeptine acid. And sodium and sulfate occupied more on the market.

7. Rhodiola Rosea, Rhodiola is most commonly used for increasing energy, endurance, strength, and mental capacity. It is also used as a so-called “adaptogen” to help the body adapt to and resist physical, chemical, and environmental stress. Rhodiola is native to the arctic regions of Europe, Asia, and Alaska.

8. Gotu Kola Extract, Gotu kola is believed by alternative practitioners to have antimicrobial, antidiabetic, anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, and memory-enhancing properties. It is widely sold as a dietary supplement in capsule, powder, tincture, and topical formulations. They are also widely used in cosmetic products.

9. St John’s-wort, St. John’s wort is most commonly used for “the blues” or depression and symptoms that sometimes go along with moods such as nervousness, tiredness, poor appetite, and trouble sleeping. There is some strong scientific evidence that it is effective for mild to moderate depression.

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