Is Now Part of Nootropicology

I'm excited to announce that is now a part of Nootropicology. will be used as an extension of Nootropicology's reach, providing additional information on the neuroscience and psychology research behind nootropic substances and their effects on the human brain.

I'm excited to continue developing Nootropicology into the most authoritative source of nootropics information, and I think will play an essential role in this endeavor.

As you all know, I'm dedicated to providing top-notch, in-depth information on nootropics, and looking into their effects on the human brain and NeuroNeurotic will help me to do just that!

NeuroNeurotic is a well-known resource for information on neuroscience and its related topics.

NeuroNeurotic was founded in February 2015 by Sam Schwarzkopf, a cognitive and systems neuroscientist.

The website goes further than just providing information about neuroscience and its associated themes. It explores the societal ramifications of nootropics, as well as how they are revolutionizing our views on intelligence, creativity, and mental health.

I'm thrilled to be working with NeuroNeurotic to offer even more in-depth information about nootropics and how they impact the human brain.

I will still be the main contributor of content on Nootropicology.

I'm looking forward to providing you all even further in-depth information on nootropics and how they can improve your health.

The Future of Nootropicology

Nootropicology's mission has always been to provide you with the best information about cognitive enhancers and nootropics.

This acquisition allows me to expand on that mission and provide you with even more in-depth information about the neuroscience of nootropics.

I'm looking forward to continuing to grow Nootropicology into the most authoritative source of nootropic information online.

Nootropicology will hopefully become a go-to source for those looking to learn more about nootropics and their potential benefits.

The plans for the future include more in-depth information on the different types of nootropics, their mechanisms of action, and how they can be used to improve cognitive function.

I also plan on exploring the potential benefits of nootropics for mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and ADHD.

So stay tuned – there are a lot of great things in store for Nootropicology!

I'd also like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your support.

It's because of you that Nootropicology has been able to grow and become the resource it is today.

Thank you, and I hope you'll continue to support us as we move forward into the future!

- John Bartholdi,