Discover how the use of nicotine in low doses can help with memory, mood, concentration, and more with David Tomen
David Tomen is the founder of Nootropics Expert–an online source featuring research on nootropics and neuroscience and tips for better brain health. In this episode, he shares his knowledge of nicotine and other brain-boosting supplements. To your surprise, you will hear how nicotine, when used occasionally in low doses, can help improve mood, memory, cognitive performance, reaction time, and concentration. Listen in to hear the science behind it all and what may help you enhance your cognition.
Erin here with the Ruscio team, answering an audience question. I’ve been thinking about trying your intestinal support formula or ISF. I’m going through Dr. Ruscio’s protocol and I’m wondering where it makes the most sense. So immunoglobulin supplementation can be a great addition to your gut protocol, as long as you’ve addressed diet, tried probiotics, and treated gut imbalances. You can use the intestinal support formula during probiotic phase, which is step two, or after antimicrobials, step three.
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