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    Ever tasted beer and wondered where the bitter yet familiar taste comes from? It comes from the Humulus lupulus plant, commonly known as the “Hops” plant. The plant extract, both from males and females, is used to give beer its unique taste while keeping it preserved for long-term storage.


    What you may not know is that the hops extract has also been used as a medicinal herb for regulating mood. That’s why a few studies have looked into the effect of non-alcoholic beer (which contains the hops extract) on improving sleep quality at night.




    The Hops extract will prove extremely useful for improving sleep latency (time needed to fall asleep) in stressed-out workers, especially those who regularly rotate shifts and work night shifts as part of their job (see figure below)(21). Rather than consume non-alcoholic beer and rake in the extra fattening calories, we included the extract in the nootropic to give you that extra edge. Last-minute emergencies will never interrupt your much-needed sleep and you’ll be just as refreshed when you wake up! Browse the full list of ingredients in our UK Nootropics here.



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    If you have ever drank green tea and immediately felt at ease, you’ve experienced the relaxing effects of the non-dietary amino acid L-Theanine. It is extracted from the leaves of evergreen shrubs (Camellia sinensis) and the mushroom Boletus badius. Surprisingly, this amino acid has been a major constituent of many traditional medicines that were regularly used thousands of years ago.




    L-Theanine is the most important ingredient in this formulation because it improves sleep quality through relaxation without drowsiness(1). In order for us to make a natural sleep aid that is also safe at the same time, we needed ingredients that would allow the user to enter deep sleep without the side effect of feeling tired in the morning.


    In addition, L-theanine will do wonders for your overall health. According to a recently published scientific study, “It has been known that the theanine amino acid in tea has positive effects especially on relaxing, cognitive performance, emotional status, sleep quality, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, obesity, and common cold(2).”


    But that’s not all…L-theanine was included in our sleep nootropic for two more reasons:


    1) L-Theanine can help people who toss and turn at night with distracting thoughts. A recently study showed that 400 mg of L-Theanine every day can improve sleep quality in boys diagnosed with ADHD (see the figure below)(3).


    2) L-Theanine can counteract the ‘jittery’ effects of caffeine(4). If you’ve accidentally had too much coffee before you went to bed, L-theanine can help you get into a relaxed state of mind and fall asleep much more easily.


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