Power up your brain...
Over 40 scientific studies show that the main ingredient in iso-Alpha improves:
Slower is Actually Better!
Most nootropics use caffeine to snap your brain to attention... and it quickly wears off. But iso-Alpha permanently upgrades cognitive function - in just 90 days!
Enlightenment...in a Pill?
Since the dawn of human history shamans, monks, artists, and bio-hackers have been infatuated with practices that unlok "enlightened" montal states...
What do these practices have in common?
They stimulate the vagus nerve - which signals the brain to release "happy chemicals" that unleash creativity, help you focus, and make you feel good.
Over 80 medical studies show that iso-alpha acids(IAAs) found in the hops plant can stimulate the vagus nerve in a very similar way.
Now you can upgrade your brain in seconds a day... no yoga mat required!
Hacking the Gut/Brain Connection
STEP 1: GUT
Insert the Key
The extremely bitter-tasting iso-alpha acids in iso-Alpha act on the Bitter Taste Receptors in the gut.
STEP 2: VAGUS NERVE
Send The Signal
The gut hormone CCK stimulates the vagus nerve - the connection between the gut and the brain.
STEP 3: BRAIN
Open the Gate
The vagus nerve signals the brain to release more acetylcholine, norepinephrine, and dopamine.
Opens the Flood Gates to More...
Learning with Acetylcholine
A chill brain is a happy brain - and acetylcholine relaxes your body and brain to prime them for learing.
Concentration with Norepinephrine
When it's time to mobilize the brain to action, your nervous system needs norepinephrine - deficiencies are linked to depression and ADHD.
Success with Dopamine
he would (and your brain) runs on dopamine - it's the neurotransmitter that helps your think, strive, plan, and achieve.
with many health benefits!
The IAAs in hops aren't limited to the brain - over 80 medical studies cover a number of medical issues including...
Serving Size 1 capsule
Serving Per Container 30
Amount per Serving
Hops Isohumulone 100mg
Daily Value not Established
Contains: oleic, linoleic and stearic fatty acids and essential oils.
Polyoxyl Castor oil and hydroxypropylmethyl-cellulose(vegetable capsule), patented Hops Isohumulone and favonoid (polyphenol) formula.
EXCLUSIVE PATENTED BIOAVAILABLE HOPS FORMULATION
*If pregnant or nursing or have a serious medical condition consult your doctor before use.
You might be wondering...
"Aren't There Hops in Beer?"
Since iso-alpha acids (IAAs) are extracted from hops - the plant used to make beer - you're probably wondering if you can drink your way to enlightenment.
Well just so you know... In order to consume the 100mgs that are in a single capsule of iso-Alpha, you would have to down several six packs of the bitterest IPA beer.
Now, before you attempt that experiment - let me just tell you that we've already tried, and it definitely did NOT help us get more done at our desk. :-)
And before you try to order a big bulk sack of hops cones, you should know that eating hops doesn't work either.
That's why we've patented a new way to extract that IAAs hiding inside hop resin, and put them in a bioavailable capsule you take just once a day.
Upgrade Your Brain ...in Just 90 Days!
90 Day "Brain Boost"
Use iso-Alpha every day for 90 days - and if you don't notice an impressive lift in your cognitive abilities - we'll gladly refund what you paid for our products!
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