One of the interesting things found in studies is that placebos can have positive effects … and unwanted effects. The common side-effects seen from placebos match what are found in studies of dietary supplements and what we saw in our tolerability testing. These are minor complaints like headache, digestive disturbances, nausea, irritability, and fatigue. Most people don’t notice any of these unwanted responses. In the smaller subset of people who do, as a general rule of thumb, these types of complaints fade over time for most of them. They can also sometimes go away if you drink more water when you take the product, take it with a bigger meal, or decrease the dose you are taking. If one or more of these common symptoms seems particularly strong, or if you notice something other than one of the common side effects mentioned, please stop taking the product and let us know.
The convenient bottle and 2-ounce serving size makes Qualia Nootropic Energy easy to carry and simple to take. A great way to get started is to drink a bottle before some activity or event where you want to be able to perform at your best. Drink a bottle and pay attention to how you perform over the next few hours.
Yes. Qualia Nootropic Energy were designed to be able to be taken with Eternus.
Four grams of organic coconut sugar are used to provide the mild sweet taste to improve the overall flavor profile of Qualia Nootropic Energy.
Qualia Nootropic Energy combines 12 scientifically studied ingredients to support a broad array of cognitive and athletic skills.
The short answer is that this helps prevent the tendency to adapt or habituate. Living organisms are experts at adapting to things.
The simplest answer is “anyone who would benefit from feeling more energized, alert, and focused.
The simplest answer is “whenever you want to feel more energized.” Some specific ideas of when you might want to take a Qualia Nootropic Energy include:
Qualia Nootropic Energy is a 2-ounce liquid shot designed to work fast and provide long-lasting clean energy.
Feel free to take less than the full bottle if a smaller amount feels like it would be right for you.
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans cautions against mixing alcohol with caffeine.