Frequently Asked Questions
The product contains bio active compounds which are proven to aid in stress management and help us in mood management.
Mood foods are foods that can help boost your mood. Some of the foods that can help improve your mood include: fatty fish, coffee, dark chocolate, nuts and seeds etc.
Nootropics are substances that enhance cognitive performance and brain function. They may be compounds, supplements, or drugs. They aim to improve aspects of mental functioning, such as memory, learning, focus, mood, concentration, information processing, decision-making, creativity, motivation, and attention.
Nootropics gets its name from the Greek words nous (“mind”) and trepein (“bend or turn”). Prescription nootropics are medications that have stimulant effects. They can counteract the symptoms of medical conditions such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), narcolepsy, or Alzheimer’s disease.
Nonprescription substances that can enhance brain performance or focus — such as caffeine and creatine — are also considered nootropics. They do not treat diseases but may have some effects on thinking, memory, or other mental functions.
Mood food is specifically designed to enhance your overall well-being by providing essential nutrients that support brain health and emotional balance. Consuming mood food can help regulate neurotransmitters, such as serotonin and dopamine, which are known to influence mood and happiness.
- Improved mood and emotional well-being.
- Reduction of stress and anxiety.
- Enhanced cognitive function and focus.
- Sustained energy levels throughout the day.
Overdose of the product can lead to –
- Headaches: This can be caused by increased blood flow to the brain or changes in neurotransmitter levels. Headaches are usually mild and can be relieved with over-the-counter pain medication.
- Insomnia: Some nootropics, such as caffeine and racetams, can cause insomnia or difficulty sleeping.
- Gastrointestinal Issues: Some individuals may experience gastrointestinal issues such as nausea, diarrhoea, or stomach pain when taking certain nootropics. This can be caused by the body’s reaction to the substance or changes in gut bacteria.
- Anxiety and Jitteriness: Certain nootropics, such as stimulants, can cause anxiety and jitteriness. This can be due to increased levels of neurotransmitters such as dopamine and norepinephrine, which are associated with the body’s “fight or flight” response.
- High Blood Pressure: Some nootropics, such as high doses of caffeine or ephedrine, can cause an increase in blood pressure. This can be dangerous for individuals with pre-existing high blood pressure or heart conditions.
- Interactions with Medications: Certain nootropics can interact with prescription medications, leading to potential side effects or decreased effectiveness. It’s important to discuss with a healthcare provider to prevent any adverse interactions.
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- Does not contain any artificial additives and preservatives.
- Contains exotic ingredients like black garlic
- Functions as a nootropic which helps to manage mood ands stress
- It has a natural sweet taste.
- Does not give a pungent smell.
- It contains 5 times more antioxidants than raw garlic. Thereby boosting the immune system.
- Helps to regulate blood cholesterol level and blood pressure.
- Contains 5 essential amino acids.
- With its antioxidants, black garlic can help reduce inflammation in the body and prevent cognitive conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. It may also help to improve memory and other parts of cognitive function.