Oh man, where to start with these two? They’re just the type of people who make me so thankful for my job. They were so easy going, happy, and in love. What more can I say?
Emma and Ethan’s wedding day was absolutely perfect! Sunshine and a light breeze in June. The bridesmaids and groomsmen were all so helpful and fun, no drama!
They had 1000 origami cranes hanging on the altar to honor Ethan’s Japanese heritage. And then just for funsies, Ethan and his dad made 3D printed cranes for each table setting!
The florals were so over the top gorgeous, I loved the mix of lavender with bright pops of pink and coral. I would never think to put those together, but it was gorgeous!
After the ceremony we went out to the big gorgeous willow tree where Emma and Ethan exchanged more personal vows with each other. Their wedding day was gorgeous and ended with some good old fashioned boogying on the dance floor. Congratulations you two!
Types of Nootropics
Let’s explore some of the most notable and effective nootropics available:
Piracetam is one of the earliest and most extensively studied nootropics. It is believed to improve memory, concentration, and overall cognitive function. By enhancing blood flow to the brain and increasing the communication between brain cells, Piracetam has gained popularity among students, professionals, and individuals seeking cognitive enhancement.
Modafinil is a well-known wakefulness-promoting agent that is sometimes referred to as a eugeroic rather than a classic nootropic. It is prescribed to treat narcolepsy, sleep apnea, and shift work sleep disorder. However, many people off-label use it as a cognitive enhancer due to its ability to improve alertness and focus.
- Bacopa Monnieri
Bacopa Monnieri is a traditional Ayurvedic herb known for its potential to improve memory and cognitive function. It is believed to work by supporting the growth of nerve endings, enhancing synaptic activity, and promoting nerve communication.
Alpha-GPC is a choline compound that can increase acetylcholine levels in the brain, leading to potential improvements in memory and attention. It is often used in combination with other nootropics to enhance their effects.
- Lion’s Mane Mushroom
Lion’s Mane is a medicinal mushroom that contains compounds like hericenones and erinacines, believed to stimulate nerve growth factor (NGF) production. This could potentially support brain health, memory, and cognitive function.