Here’s some new intel on the “launch sale” for Natural Stacks, the new nootropics company from the Episode #2′s guests Abelard Lindsay and Roy Krebs.
Aniracetam has been reported to yield significant increases in cognitive functioning and abilities. This is further enhanced by its effects on memory recall and, probably more importantly, its high-level effects on learning. To add to that, the drug has been proven as an anxiolytic, a drug which helps reduce anxiety.
Sebastian has methodically tested an impressive number of variables to determine their effects on his personal productivity and quality of life. From dairy products to smart drugs to the lighting in his sleep environment, he’s tested (and continues to re-test) contributing elements to his life and business, and the information in this episode may just make you want to crack open an Excel file and do the same.
Jesse interviews biochemist and pharmacist Phil Micans, advisor to both the London Anti-Aging Conference and British Longevity Society. With his Master’s Degree in Biochemistry and as the editor-in-chief of Aging Matters Magazine, Mr. Micans is a highly-qualified individual with some profound insights into the Racetam class of chemicals — which includes some of the best-known “smart drugs.”