The Research Behind NooClear
- Rhodiola Rosea: an adaptogen that can support memory and attention, protect nervous system from free radicals, increase physical work capacity, and shorten recovery time 
- Ginkgo Biloba: an adaptogen that has been shown to improve speed of attention and quality of memory , and can promote feeling more alert and content 
- Theobromine: a chemical occurring naturally in cocoa, theobromine can inhibit cough without negative effects on the cardiovascular or central nervous system ; increase HDL (“good”) cholesterol and lower LDL (“bad”) cholesterol ; and does not act via the central nervous system like a regular stimulant would , 
- Ginkgo Biloba and Rhodiola Rosea have a more significant effect on cognitive function when used together than they would alone 
- The combination of caffeine and theobromine results in a longer lasting feeling of alertness than each would have on its own 
- While caffeine alone causes an increase in blood pressure, the combination of caffeine and theobromine was shown to negate or minimize this 
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