They have been covered in the news as Silicone Valley’s secret weapon for staying ahead. They have been endorsed and supported by professional atheletes from around the world. They have been called “The Cure for Altheimer’s”. And they have been called the future of supplements and the next evolution of man. The question is, “What are Nootropics”?
One year ago a new supplement company came out of nowhere promising supplements that literally improve the way you think. With their flagship product Insight™, a “Nootropic Brain Supplement”, FreeMind Supplements started its journey into the lives of Americans. They had one simple idea in mind, “FREE YOUR MIND, FREE YOUR LIFE”. That was just what they planned to do with their line of brand new products containing ingredients that most people outside of Silicone Valley had never even heard of
The founder of FreeMind Supplements, an ex-yoga instructor named Derek Black, made the comment, “If we want to build a company based on a product that is supposed to increase and improve cognitive capabilities, what better way to show its efficacy than to take it and show the world what it can do by demostrating the success and rapid growth of our own company?” When you think about it, its actually quite brilliant. If you want to start a company selling supplements that are supposed to unlock abilities like those depicted in the movie “Limitless”, taking them and becoming successful is the best “put your money where you mouth is” approach.
Since it’s launch last December FreeMind Supplements has added two additional products to their line. They have added Samatha™ Vegan Stress Relief Supplement, and Korean Red Ginseng with plans to add more before the years end, proving that it’s flagship product is doing exactly what it is supposed to do. This inevitably leads to the question, “What other appilications can these products have”? When asked that question Derek said, “We will have to wait until these products go mainstream to really see how it changes and shapes our society, but for now the possibilities really do appear to be limitless, no pun intended.”
For now it seems like we will have to wait for just that to see the future of these nootropics companies and their influence on Silicone Valley, small businesses, and society in general. Will we become super brainy human calculators? Will be start comunicating telepathically? Or will our lives just become a little bit easier? Time will tell.