Lifestyle Influencer Megan Thomas shares three favorite beauty and wellness products for spring 2021.
Dr. Greg Kelly joins Beauty and the Biohacker to talk all about the brain – and more specifically – supplements to support cognition, longevity, and peak performance, the science behind their Qualia line of supplements.
If the start of the new year has you thinking about ways to improve your physical and emotional well being, the first thing you need to do is figure out how to get better sleep.
Gregory Kelly ND joins Mansal Denton on his podcast to discuss his favorite new anti-aging modalities and some controversial options, the congruence gap, and resilience.
Do you find that you’ve been running on fumes lately? Well, you’re not alone. This time of year is always a grind. The weather is getting colder. The daylight is getting shorter. Qualia Nootropic Energy contains 12 key nutrients your brain needs for peak performance.
Researchers have used cutting-edge nutritional science to create comprehensive formulas for all sorts of other wellness needs, such as building muscle, optimizing metabolism, supporting cognition. But nutritional formulas designed to support the immune system haven’t advanced much over the last 30 years.
Professional poker player Kristen Bicknell reviews Qualia Mind.
The best way I could describe how I felt is incredibly focused, yet calm. At the table, having this sense of calm removes many of the emotions during a tense poker session, allowing me to think in a state of increased rational clarity.
A team of scientists called the Neurohacker Collective have created an advanced nootropics supplement called Qualia Mind that is specifically designed to give your brain the fuel and nutrients it needs to function at maximum capacity, without the jitters and sugar crashes often associated with coffee and energy drinks.
How can we learn from the lessons of the past and build a better future?
Jamie Wheal's new podcast, Home Grown Humans, combines neuroanthropology and culture architecture to help us create a better future.
Abel James has Dr. Greg Kelly on his Fat-Burning Man podcast to discuss:
Danial Schmachtenberger on humanity's phase shift, complex global systems, sustainability, decentralization, and finding your purpose
How do you do manage your stress response?
We all have those days when we don’t show up as our best selves, but it doesn’t help to beat yourself up about it. The solution could be quite simple.
In this episode, Jim Kwik has Dr. Greg Kelly on to share the importance of understanding concepts and mental models, so we don’t blame ourselves for our behaviors.
When it comes to your health and wellness, the importance of your immune system is almost impossible to overstate. The team of scientists at Neurohacker Collective has created Qualia Immune, a nutritional formula designed to support the immune system as comprehensively as possible without the need for dozens of different products.
Discover Neurohacker Collective; Qualia supplements and how they can rewire neural pathways in the brain to help individuals become more present and empathetic - all this and more in an exclusive interview with James Schmachtenberger, founder of Neurohacker Collective.
In the fall of 2018, Neurohacker Collective started to turn some of our attention to sleep and nighttime physiology. We invested time learning about changes in brain neurotransmitters that occur as we transition from daytime to night, and how these impact sleep quality. We reviewed research on the circadian system, which is essential for generating robust sleep-wake rhythms. We looked into brain energy, because while we are asleep, the brain is still busy working, and work takes energy.
James Schmachtenberger is an entrepreneur and co-founder of the Neurohacker Collective. Today he talks to Commander Mark Divine about different business and medical opportunities, including medical marijuana and nootropics. He also gives us some insight into how Neurohacker products can work for you. Listen in for more information about chemistry and the interaction between your body and your feelings.
We had the good fortune of connecting with James Schmachtenberger, the CEO of Neurohacker Collective, and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Everyone knows sleep plays a vital role in our mental and physical well-being. However, when people talk about the importance of sleep, they tend to focus almost exclusively on getting more sleep, when we really ought to be just as concerned with getting better sleep. Luckily, the team of scientists and researchers at Neurohacker Collective have spent years trying to figure out the best way to help people improve the quality of their sleep. And the result of their efforts, a new sleep supplement called Qualia Night, is now being hailed as a major breakthrough in the science of sleep.
In this episode, Dr. Kelly and I dive into a number of different topics ranging from key health markers, mental models, optimizing brain health, promoting anti-aging in a healthy manner, and so much more.
Dr. Kelly also shares more about key vitamins and minerals along with the one nutrient that he feels most people are deficient in and how you can add more of it into your life.
The best brain supplements work for athletes, professionals, and students, to unleash their cognitive potential and promote mental clarity, say experts at Avanse Nutraceuticals, producers of America’s #1 nootropic, LumUltra. Combine these with the best brain foods to improve performance on any task and give yourself an edge over the competition.
Qualia Nootropic Energy drinks contain 12 key nutrients your brain and body need to perform at their best.
Every day, roughly 60-million Americans drink coffee to give themselves a boost. And that’s not a bad thing. Caffeine is a nootropic substance that blocks the neurotransmitters that make us feel drowsy. This helps us feel awake and alert, boosting physical and mental performance. But what if you could do more for your brain? What if, in addition to waking it up, you could actually make it work better? Well, thanks to an innovative team of scientists and researchers at Neurohacker Collective, there is. It’s a smart drink called Qualia Nootropic Energy. And it is going to change the way you think about energy drinks.
High Existence welcomes Dr. Heather Sandison, Medical Advisor at the Neurohacker Collective to the podcast. The breadth and depth of Heather’s insight and experience are astounding, and she brings a holistic approach to managing diseases, addressing longevity, and infusing vitality into each and every day.
Your health is foundational. It is the base that the rest of your life is built upon. It is the prime mover of your personal universe. Given this, we need to take it seriously.
Qualia Nootropic Energy Drink. Well, I've personally noticed that tech lovers and energy drinks are often somewhat acquainted with one another. Hey, it takes lots of alertness to keep up with all of these new technological advances. Qualia Nootropic Energy Drink claims to make your brain work more efficiently.
In this podcast, James talks about his company Neurohacker Collective and their Qualia supplements, how they can rewire neural pathways in the brain to help individuals become more present and empathetic, and how some empaths don’t give themselves enough space to be present and connect to others needs.
The importance of high-quality sleep to your mental and physical well-being cannot be overstated. Poor sleep is scientifically proven to diminish critical thinking, judgment, and problem-solving skills. It is scientifically proven to contribute to weaker immune function, weight gain, high blood pressure, and accelerated aging. It is scientifically proven to make us more irritable, reduce our ability to manage conflicts, and make us less empathetic. And yet, a mind-boggling 70 percent of Americans say they get poor sleep on a regular basis. The good news is that getting high-quality sleep just got a lot easier. After two years of research, the team of scientists at Neurohacker Collective has just released a new supplement called Qualia Night that is being hailed as a major breakthrough in sleep science.
As adults, we often become a bit stuck in our ways and go about our lives without venturing too far outside our comfort zone. However, an easy and unadventurous lifestyle could be harming arguably the most important part of your body: your brain.
Daniel Schmachtenberger is best-known as a neurohacker, but some of his most interesting ideas are about civilization--how it thrives, how it fails, and how it eventually collapses. And right now, we are living through times that have many people wondering about the end of the world. On this episode of Conversations with Tom, host Tom Bilyeu and guest Daniel Schmachtenberger engage in a fascinating discussion about social media, neural warfare, game theory, power itself, and the ways that our society has over-optimized. In particular, they talk about why it’s so important to stop trying to be right, why we need to start thinking in more complex ways, and why the real battlefield is the human mind.
Go deep on two very important topics in today’s modern world: toxins and detox. Dr. Heather Sandison, the founder and medical director of the North County Natural Medicine Clinic and founder of Neurohacker and Marama, a unique residential care facility for the elderly. Dr. Sandison specializes in brain health, especially autism, ADD, depression, anxiety, and Alzheimer’s.
Neurohacking is a way to use science to feel better and maintain mental sharpness. The concept leverages neuroscience and biochemistry to combat and address modern stresses on the human body.
Daniel Schmachtenberger works in preventing global catastrophic risk.
As someone who spends a lot of time thinking about how to improve our entire civilisation - I wanted to find out where self development and maximising personal agency fits into Daniel's perspective.
I really enjoyed this change of pace. The conversation is deep, insightful and considered. If you're in the right place to hear the message, this could have a profound impact on the way you see the world.
Occasionally, one comes across a person whose journey is as intriguing as his career achievements. James Schmachtenberger, CEO of FORM’s portfolio company Neurohacker Collective, is a prime example.
Fitter Health Dad has our Gregory Kelly to discuss The Benefits of Nootropic Supplements For Dads.
Director of R&D, Co-founder Daniel Schmachtenberger shares his situational assessment on Covid-19, and then a risk assessment on how the situation could unfold based on unknowns and different response types. He moves into responses recommendations, and then some brief notes on the background situation that has brought us here, and what the bigger picture needs to be for systemic fragility and catastrophic risk at large.
“My interest in neurohacking came from the search to create a better experience in the life I was creating and living,” says Ben Cote, a director at Neurohacker Collective. To put in simply, neurohacking is about taking control of your diet, sleep, exercise through a specific technology like nootropics, or practices like red light therapy and meditation.
On this episode we talk about how to maximize your brain by mastering the basics and using nootropics to also assist you. If you wish to be your best self at your highest levels this episode is for you. Take care of your health, brain, and well-being and your goals will come with much more ease.
What would you say if they told you that it is possible to hack our psychology and biology? You would think it's science fiction. Melina Vicario, self-proclaimed Biohacker, is interviewed by La Nacion to discuss biohacking, neurohacking, Qualia and more.
Ben Cote, the Director of Brand and Community at Neurohacker Collective joins Elaina Love on the PureJoy Podcast to discuss nootropics, the design philosophy of Neurohacker and some amazing tips toward health and wellbeing and creating the life you want.
Neurohacker Collective, the human optimization company developing products to support mental performance and brain health has announced its national partnership with Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy, the trusted source for integrative wellness solutions in the natural health space.
Neurohacker Collective's Wefunder campaign will offer consumers the opportunity to invest in the thriving company and help fund its new nootropic liquid shot, along with new supplement formulations that will target sleep and anxiety.
Neurohacker Collective, the leader in optimizing human capacity with a focus on brain supplements, announces the launch of its nootropics line on Fullscript, the premiere online supplement dispensing platform for healthcare practitioners and Natural Partners.
Developed by a team of - forward-thinking scientists, researchers, and entrepreneurs and through rigorous testing, Neurohacker’s latest launch, Eternus is a comprehensive supplement designed to promote better aging.
This talk explores the role empathy plays in upgrading our underlying value systems, allowing us to leverage technology and innovation to create a world that supports a thriving of all life.
Explore the world of nootropics -- how they affect our motivation, mental clarity, memory, and even willpower. If you're interested in peak performance, you won't want to miss this episode.
Dr. Kelly comes on The Elevate Your State Show with TJ Anderson to discuss some fascinating topics in the world of health optimization and human performance. From nootropic supplements, to complexity science, and what neurohacking really means. Dr. Kelly breaks down his and his teams work at Neurohacker Collective.
Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman writes this article for Scientific American. He says, "the Neurohacker Collective have entered the longevity space. Aging is a funny thing. Our susceptibility to most health ailments increase because of it. Billions are spent on cosmetics trying to mask it. Its symptoms- lower energy, poorer sleep quality, sagging skin, cognitive decline, weaker muscles- all take their toll on our lifestyle options and our self-image."
Dr. Greg Kelly does a Q&A video about meal timing, answering questions to the quote from his book Shape Shift: "A robust morning appetite is a clue that our body clock is in sync. Having little to no appetite in the morning, but being hungry late at night, is a clue that our rhythms are out of sync."
Mansal Denton is a guest writer for entreprenuer.com. In this article he gives an overview of the forefront strategies and technologies for healthspan and longevity. Neurohacker Collective's newest product, Eternus, is featured in the article.
WholeFood's magazine highlights the top 10 natural trends for 2019 after Expo West.
"Neurohacker Collective, a company focused on creating best-in-class wellbeing products using a unique research methodology based on complex systems science, understands that different systems in the body don’t act in isolation."
Ryan Niddel interviews Dr. Greg Kelly on the 15 Minutes to Freedom Podcast. Greg is the current Lead Product Formulator for Neurohacker Collective, where we are dedicated to enhancing mental performance through world-class products. Listen to hear Greg share his expertise on the the physiology of the human body and some things you can implement to change your general well-being.
Daniel Schmachtenberger joins Charles Eisenstein on A New and Ancient Story Podcast. Here Daniel outlines some of the foundations of his worldview as we discuss exponential tech, self-terminating social and technological processes, the future of humanity, the nature of the present crisis, and the necessity of a transition to non-rivalrous systems.
What is the game that our civilization has been playing for the last era? And where has that brought us to? Today we take a birds' eye view of society and civilization as a whole as we work out whether we can play a better game than this.
After wrapping up a podcast recording for Collective Insights, Dr. Wahls joined us for a Facebook Live to go over the highlights of the episode. We discuss:
-Why gut microbiome diversity matters and how to cultivate it.
-A summary of the Wahls Diet.
-Finding your "why" to stay on track with health goals.
Full episode will release in April 2019!
When it comes to health and wellness products, there are countless options available to consumers: health bars, juices, supplements, and nutritional shakes – just to name a few. The real challenge isn’t finding the products, but rather figuring out which products are or aren’t a waste of money.
The Neurohacker Collective contends that nootropics are largely presented in a reductionist model and have historically lacked a general sense of safety, preventing new consumers from entering the biohacker space. We talked to CEO James Schmachtenberger about these and other challenges facing the science and the category at large.
Join us for part two in this four series as we discuss the science behind popular fasting protocols with Dr. Gregory Kelly and nootropics enthusiast Mansal Denton. We'll explore one of the types of intermittent fasting, the fasting-mimicking diet (FMD), and offer tips for breaking a fast.
Join us as during the season of holiday feasts, the Neurohacker Collective team is compelled to find balance with fasting. Dr. Gregory Kelly, Neurohacker Lead Formulator, and Mansal Denton, nootropics enthusiast, discuss FAQs surrounding our complete guide to fasting for everything you need to know to start intermittent fasting.
Dr. Greg Kelly joins Dr. Lynn Marie Morski on the Quit Happens Podcast to talk about how some of the biggest change he’s experienced recently came not from adding more to his routine, it came from removing something from his mornings that help set him up for success the rest of the day.
It took a lot of research and experimentation before I could formulate my own nootropic stack. The Neurohacker Collective team took a similar scientific approach in creating Qualia Mind, a blend that supports mental performance and brain health.
In part two this fascinating interview on The Unbeatable Mind, Commander Divine talks more with Dr. Andrew Huberman. They get into the practical application of neuroscience, and the science behind breathing, visualization and more mental work.
In Part one of this fascinating interview, Dr. Andrew Huberman, a respected neuroscientist at Stanford University discusses the practical application of neuroscience, and the science behind breathing, visualization and other mental work that Mark has employed within Unbeatable Mind, the SEALs, and others.
In this episode of Creating a Humanist Blockchain Future Rhys Lindmark interviews Daniel Schmachtenberger, the co-founder of Neurohacker Collective. We chat about meta existential risk.
Jordan Greenhall was one of the stars of the 'Glitch in the Matrix' documentary, and Akira the Don is also a Rebel Wisdom regular. We bring them together for the first time to discuss the collapse, or transformation of civilisation - how 'wholesomeness is the new punk', and more. It jumps around a bit, but there are some real gems.
James Schmachtenberger joins Yuri Elkaim from the Healthpreneur Podcast to discuss how your upbringing can highly influence your business life and work ethic, how he wound up buying a college at 18 years old, and his best advice for anyone starting their own business.
Daniel Schmachtenberger joins Matt Ward on the FringeFM podcast to discuss how we overcome existential risks by redesigning our civilization.
SDVoyager interviewed the CEO of Neurohacker Collective, James Schmachtenberger to discuss his background and the foundations of his own journey of neurohacking that led to the creation of the collective.
Christina from The Clean Method recently shared her experiences with Qualia Mind and we loved it so much we wanted to share it here as well.
Hear what she had to say about her experiences with Qualia Mind.
Disheartened by our current “sick care” approach to health, Dr. Stickler created Human Potential Medicine- an integrated, biospherical systems-approach that combines the scientific grounding and expertise of modern medicine with leading-edge genetic/epigenetic science and neuro-psychophysiological modalities to expand human capacity.
In this thought-provoking half-hour, the Evolution of Medicine podcast has Daniel Schmachtenberger on to take a deep dive into the future of personalized medicine, longevity and health.
Dr. David Bach interviews the world’s leading neuroscientists and elite performers, providing you with actionable, scientifically-sound solutions to optimize your performance.
Jon Waterlow from the High Existence Podcast has Daniel on the podcast once again to talk about how to upgrade your life and health with empowered responsibility.
Conscious Thought Revolution had Daniel Schmachtenberger on to discuss the nature of the next paradigm shift. They discuss how underlying civilization dynamics are no longer serving us and creating cascading global challenges, leveraging exponential technologies to create global win-win scenarios and group collaboration.
In this episode, Daniel Schmachtenberger addresses how the current civilization model generates sub clinical mental disorders in nearly everyone who participates with it.
Luke Storey sits down with Daniel Schmachtenberger to explore supercharging your mind and taking control of your focus, creativity, emotions and more and what the outcome of that might look like in the world.
"Millennial culture is demanding more humane work environments and business models that are a net positive for the world." - James Schmachtenberger
We need an entirely different model of dealing with reality, a new frame of mind, a collective intelligence. This is an ability to come into communion with a group and act as a single unit of intelligence.
“If we are gaining the power of gods, then without the love and wisdom of gods, we self-destruct.” -Daniel Schmachtenberger
"If the challenges of your organization are overwhelming your brain, then check out Neurohacker Collective..."
In Episode #208, we discuss the state of the art in genetic screenings, Dr. Stickler’s feelings on “good genes / bad genes,” and the strange dichotomies that arise from working with a static genome managed by a dynamic epigenome that can change from one day to the next, one meal to the next, and in one cell versus its neighbor.
Nootropics are more than a “magic pill”. When 17th and 18th century Europeans replaced alcohol with coffee, it produced the Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment thinking. A simple chemical change can have drastic consequences for our lives and the world.
In this episode, Anthony DiClementi talks with Daniel Schmachtenberger about his journey from chronic fatigue, joint pain, neurological issues and brain fog, and barely having 2 hours of functional productivity per day to biohacking his own health and multiplying that to 14 hours of productivity per day and reclaimed his energy and quality of life.
Just as Netflix brought the movie theater to the living room, Neurohacker Collective is bringing the centerpiece of life to a higher standard with a citizen science community untethered from the bureaucracy of the old-guard health industry.
Listen as Dr. Daniel Stickler joins Dr. Susanne Bennett on her Wellness for Life podcast to learn how to improve your sleep and nutrition to get the most out of a nootropic.
Daniel Schmachtenberger explores with Ferananda Ibarra the question of can nootropics empower WE Spaces by enhancing individual flow states?
"Just as Netflix brought the movie theater to the living room, and Uber made a potential taxi of any car, Neurohacker Collective is bringing the ultimate centerpiece of life- our consciousness- to a higher standard with a citizen science community untethered from the bureaucracy of the old-guard health industry."
Jon Waterlow from the HighExistence Podcast brings Daniel Schmachtenberger on his show to discuss Neurohacking, Evolutionary Philosophy, and the Future of Humanity.
Have you ever thought to yourself "I know I'm a lot smarter than I feel."? Does your brain have a hard time keeping up with the demands you put on it? Luke Storey sits down with Dr. Dan Stickler to discuss what is possible when your systems are fed the right nutrients.
In this episode, James sits down with Kristinna Wise and shares ways on how we can optimize our mental health to be able to uplift our human experience. Also, he tackles the benefits of nootropics over pharmaceuticals for cognitive performance as well as mental and emotional well-being.
Dr. Daniel Stickler joins Ben on the Muscle Expert Podcast to cover everything from epigenetics, testosterone replacement therapy, the perfect human diet, shifting the paradigm of the health industry and tons more.
We turned to Dan Engle, MD, board-certified in psychiatry and neurology, to provide some clarity on the vitamins that will help us reach optimal brain function.
Mike Sherbakov of The Greatness Foundation interviews Daniel Schmachtenberger to discuss the future of humanity, the evolution of consciousness, cognitive development and social psychology, and how to make a contribution and impact in the world.
I was so impressed with what Daniel Schmachtenberger had to say about Neurohacker Collective's flagship product, Qualia. Neurohacking, Schmachtenberger explains, is the "use of any technology to affect the brain, nervous system, and body in a way that affects cognitive capacity or psyche." It's more than biohacking
Dr. Hill from the Head First podcast hosts systems scientist, and philosopher Daniel Schmachtenberger and discusses the questions at the heart of modern science which will allow us to unlock the secrets of the most complex instrument in the known universe: the human brain, and offers avenues to begin quantifying and hacking it.
Neurohacker Collective is both highly effective in different domains and forward thinking. Between the leadership and scientific expertise, this is grounded in revolutionary ideas and their methods of operating the business reflect as much.
The guys from Future Thinkers are back again to sit down with Daniel and dig deeper into neurohacking and neurogenesis, the process resulting in an increase of gray matter density and processing capacity of the brain, and how it slows down the brain’s aging process.
Entrepreneurs are born problem solvers, but the problems we should be working on are not those of convenience, but the large scale problems that affect all of us and the future of our planet. Andy Drish sits down with James Schmachtenberger to discuss how entrepreneurs can and should take on these issues.
Qualia is a 42 ingredient 'smart drug' designed to provide users with immediate, noticeable uplift of their subjective experience within 20 minutes of taking it, as well as long-term benefits to their neurology and overall physiologic functioning.
Daniel heads over to the Future Thinkers Podcast for the second time to dive into broad spectrum cognitive enhancement. They go into the three main areas that Qualia was designed to enhance, which are cognitive, psycho-affective, and physiological, and how each of those areas are interconnected.
The Qualia Neurohacker supplement is one example where the focus is on both long-term health and brain enhancement while also providing the short-term boost some people desire.
Dr. Hyla Cass talks with Daniel from the team at Neurohacker Collective and how their approach to brain hacking has a fundamentally different direction than most, with an ethos that asks what are the minimum inputs that can create the most meaningful, system dynamic changes.
Nootropics are not like the pills in Limitless, which make you super-smart instantly. Rather, they pose the seductive question of what you might achieve if you were 10 percent more productive…all the time.
It is time for humanity as a whole to step up to the call and take charge of the well being of ourselves, and our planet. The sooner we recognize that we are intrinsic parts of a greater whole, the sooner we can do the work for creating a better world.
The rise of the internet is causing a slow, yet steady turn away from top-down broadcast media, and an emergence of independent thinking, bi-directional communication and more...
Now a new generation of entrepreneurs want to hack the brain and body, improving everyday performance through nutritional supplements called nootropics. Nootropics are designed to heighten productivity, memory, mental function, and overall physical energy...
There are so many factors that affect our over all well being, but at the very top of that list is quality sleep that leaves us feeling energized upon waking. What can we do to improve the quality of our sleep, and what other factors contribute to our ability to operate at our highest capacity.
Adam Markel ventures with Daniel through a mind expanding journey on improving our external world by strengthening our personal resilience. This podcast is filled with special and thought-provoking conversation about everything from sleep, to memory, to genetics, to performance and recovery, to the dynamics of longevity and even the definition of life!
Learning to trust our intuition is a skill rarely articulated in the traditional business world, but it could be the missing link to unlocking our highest potential. Despite the ambiguous explanations usually given to describe intuition, this discussion reveals that it is a skill just like any other that can be learned and established over time.
Jason Silva sits down with Daniel Schmachtenberger to discuss human flourishing, states of transcendence, and neurohacking our minds into blissful states. They also cover the physiologic, psychologic, and larger environmental factors that affect our ability to participate as active agents in creating a meaningful world.
Learning the difference between 'being' and 'doing' could be the key to unlocking a greater level of joy and satisfaction with your job and your life. In this conversation Daniel talks with Mike Bledsoe about the difference and how we can separate, yet also integrate the two for a more fulfilling life.
Performance enhancement can be applied to various aspects of our every day lives, but what does it really mean to activate our highest potential. Tune into this discussion to learn what you can do to go beyond the basic solutions currently available and strive for greatness.
Listen in on how human behavior affects the systems we function in everyday – economic, social, political and how we can make these systems stronger and more resilient by changing the human body’s systems.
A majority of big problems in the world are being caused by human activity, but what makes us act badly and often against our own self interest? Daniel and Jesse Lawler sit down to discuss what we can do elevate our human behavior and how personalized medicine plays a role.
On this episode James talks with Daniel Schmachtenberger about working to develop nootropics, a kind “brain pill” that increases brain function, alertness, and productivity. They also discuss the kind of diet and lifestyle that results in optimal brain function, so listen to this episode to take your intelligence and brain functionality to the next level!
In this episode, The guys from Future Thinkers talk with Daniel about Phase Shifting Humanity and fascinating ideas to do with building a better future for humanity. He describes why we need non-self-terminating and antifragile systems to sustain life on our planet.
On this special episode of Wellness Force Radio, Daniel Schmachtenberger, shares far beyond how Nootropics like Qualia can provide a comprehensive hardware upgrade for radical cognitive enhancement and emotional resilience, but also how he believes it is creating the building blocks towards...
The guys from Futurists talk with Daniel Schmachtenberger on the future of medicine and neurohacking.
Today, we will be interviewing one of the most intelligent people I have ever met, about one of the most important topics out there. Our mental and physical health.
Daniel Schmachtenberger talks with Commander Divine about how our technology has outstripped our ability to use it properly. In other words, we need to step up our game to be able to use our technology effectively.
Supplement Police is a “rank and review” nutritional supplement website.
They’ve taken the time to review Qualia, and we’re pleased with their assessment!
Thaddeus and Chris at ERISFIT are consummate biohackers. They focus on how they can modify their nutrition, exercise, sleep, movement, and mindset to maximize performance and achieve greater levels of wellbeing. Their goal is to bring these tools and practices into the workplace, helping entrepreneurs maximize performance and effectiveness.