Are Nootropic Smart Drugs Safe? How to Find The Right Brain Booster
“… but will they make my skin fall off?"
You’re probably already familiar with some nootropics—even if you didn’t realize it! Caffeine and L-Theanine, for example, are two nootropics that can be found in green tea and are very safe (when consumed responsibly, of course). The amount of each of these in tea is relatively low, but when combined at the proper dosages, they improve focus and alertness without the jitters and crash that you would experience with coffee.
But Are nootropics safe?
Here's what you need to know:
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REGULATED AND UNREGULATED NOOTROPICS?
1. unregulated nootropics and supplements have high rates of adulteration or "spiking" with dangerous, illegal, or banned substances.
2. Unregulated products have a track record of contamination
Since the industry is unregulated in the USA, there is nothing stopping brands from cutting corners to make a quick buck. When you decide to dive into the world of nootropics to elevate your brain function, read the research, not the marketing, or simply order your nootropics from credible sources.