Learning & Education

Sleep Stress Snoring
Dec 01, 2022
  Sleep is a hugely important restorative process for humans as well as all organisms across the animal kingdom. It is absolutely essential for the body, mind, memory, and learning [1]. The brain, in particular, produces metabolic end-products such as reactive oxygen species that can damage and impair the function of brain cells. It is during sleep that these damaging end-products are cleared [2]. In addition, anabolic hormones are preferentially released during sleep (such as the growth hormone) that aid in the physical restoration process.
Anxiety-Inducing Neurotransmitters
Aug 22, 2022
The whole world is getting more anxious by the day. According to recent statistics, up to 33.7% of people will be affected by an anxiety disorder during their lifetime [2], and there are currently 264 million people impacted globally [3].
The In-Depth Guide on GABA
Feb 24, 2022
You might have heard of or seen the name GABA in supplements that you have used before. You may have not even heard of the name GABA, but in recent years many supplements have been marketed highlighting it as their main ingredient.
The Unofficial Guide to Nicotinyl GABA
Jan 13, 2022
N-nicotinoyl-GABA is a novel combination of niacin, a form of vitamin B3, and GABA molecularly bound together in a single compound. This combination is BBB permeable, and increases both vitamin B3 and GABA levels in the brain.
The Insider's Guide to Kava
Dec 09, 2021
Across the world, anxiety levels have skyrocketed and prescriptions for xanax, valium, ativan, and other drugs in the benzodiazepine class -- the class of drug most commonly prescribed for anxiety -- have also correspondingly (and exponentially) grown as well. 
The Best Way to Utilize Cannabigerol
Nov 25, 2021
A new era has arrived, folks. We have entered the era of minor cannabinoids. And one of the most promising, making up just 1% of cannabis and hemp plants, is CBG or cannabigerol. Much like CBD, CBG is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that can have profound effects on inflammation and neuroprotection.