• Jeffrey Townsend

Everything You Need to Know About Private Labeling Nootropic Supplements


Starting a supplement company is hard work. One of the most important aspects to consider when starting your brand is you should have a good idea of what kind of supplements you want to sell. Interest in Nootropic supplements is on the rise but is it a good fit for your company. What are Nootropic Supplements and how are they beneficial to the every day consumers health? Today on the Accelerated Genetix Blog, we discuss everything you need to know about Private Labeling Nootropic Supplements.


What are Nootropic Supplements

Nootropic Supplements, also known as cognitive enhancers, are all-natural extracts or supplements that have a beneficial effect on brain function. They work by protecting the neurons in your brain from damage and strengthening neuroplasticity, the response to sensory information. These supplements lead to improvements in attention span, memory, learning capacity, and overall cognitive health. Some examples of Nootropic supplements include: Aniracetam, Oxiracetam, 5-HTP, and L-Theanine. Although caffeine does improve mental performance, it is not considered a Nootropic Supplement because of its stimulating effects on the nervous system.


The Nootropic Market

Nootropics have been around the market for several decades but currently have been repurposed to market towards academics due to their augment in brain function. Currently memory enhancement nootropics hold the largest revenue share and has been forecasted to maintain its lead through 2024. Memory enhancement nootropics have been valued at approximately 400 million as of 2016 and have continued to rise. Geographically, North America is the largest consumer of nootropic supplements, with Asia Pacific anticipated to be the fasted growing regional market.


Side Effects

When considering side effects of most Nootropic supplements, because they are all natural they tend to be mild. With some reports stating that Nootropic supplements could slow down heart rate, and cause diarrhea; when compared to most supplements on the market, Nootropic supplements are overwhelmingly safe. That being said, the mid 20’s are scientifically viewed as the pinnacle of brain development, so some might say there’s less of a health risk in consistently taking nootropics past the 25-year mark.


The Nootropics Rise

Most athletes will agree that the brain and body are one. As we conduct more research about the relationship between brain and body, linking the mental and physical aspects of training is becoming increasingly important. The rise in nootropic supplements can be seen due to the convergence of several trends pointing to the category of “success”. Not only are manufacturers looking for a niche to differentiate themselves from the competition, but the average consumer has expanded their wants beyond the sole purpose of creating muscle mass when it comes to sport supplements. The space has evolved. New sports like competitive gaming are surging in popularity where it would seem laser like focus would be key.


Doing what’s right for your health sounds like an obvious no-brainer. When considering whether Nootropic supplements belong in your supplement line, look at whether a product like this would fit well within your brand. Are your buyers solely focused on physical gains, or are they analytical? Looking at the side effects, and positive market trends; it looks like nootropic supplements are here to stay. Accelerated Genetix offers a huge list of Nootropic ingredients and can help formulate a well-rounded nootropic product. Reach out to info@agenetix.com for a price quote today!!

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