Source: Photo Copyrights owned by Nootralize A nootropic is a substance that, if used properly, safely enhances the cognitive functions of the user. As public interest in cognitive enhancers escalates, the demand for high-quality evidence on the safety and efficacy of nootropics seems to outgrow the supply of that information. Although new placebo -controlled studies are published frequently, they can be hard to read and misrepresentative of the entire body of knowledge the scientific community has provided on the effects of nootropics. These are some of the reasons why we systematically went through 527 placebo-controlled studies  on the effects of 127 nootropics. All of the human participants in these studies were healthy. Out of the 527 studies, 36 included measures of mood. A total of 2,665 participants had their mood tested, and 13 nootropics were assessed for safety and efficacy for improving mood. Based on this body of evidence, these are some of the most science-backed nootropics for boosting mood in healthy humans. Panax Ginseng In the two studies we reviewed which examined the effects of Panax Ginseng on measures of mood, 130 participants were included.  Overall, these studies found a small positive effect on mood from use… Read full this story
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