What are Nootropics?
Nootropics are types of ingredients marketed towards supporting cognitive health. They are often used by students, professionals, and anyone looking to support memory, creativity, and overall healthy cognitive performance. There are several different types of nootropics, including natural substances like Bacopa Monnieri and Ginkgo Biloba.
Other commonly used nootropic herbs in formulas include:
Consumers are interested in these types of supplements for their potential benefits in supporting mood and energy.
Manufacturers/formulators looking to create nootropic dietary supplements will be entering a new market with many possibilities. Firstly, these products offer a unique selling point in the marketplace – there is currently limited competition within this sector so it may be easier to stand out from the crowd with a new formula containing nootropic ingredients. Furthermore, since nootropics are typically derived from natural sources such as plants and herbs they can be easily included in existing formulations without having to completely overhaul them.
Nootropic supplements can also benefit nutraceutical businesses by providing an additional revenue stream outside of traditional health-focused categories such as weight loss or sports nutrition. These products could appeal to a more general audience as well since they are marketed primarily as “brain boosters” rather than targeted at specific conditions or demographics. Furthermore, since nootropics are relatively new on the scene there is still plenty of room for innovation which could lead to more unique products being created over time.
In conclusion, nootropics offer numerous potential benefits for manufacturers/formulators and nutraceutical businesses alike – from increased sales opportunities due to their uniqueness in the marketplace to easier product formulation thanks to their natural source origins. If you’d like more information about incorporating nootropics into your business model feel free to contact us today! We would love to hear from you!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.