In this posting I am going to review Thrivous’s product Tenacity Arthroprotector. It can be ordered from Thrivous.com
Tenacity Arthroprotector is Thrivous’s advanced supplement to enhance joint and bone function for better aging. Each bottle provides a month supply (60 capsules) of the best natural geroprotectors, including clinical doses of ApresFlex® Boswellia, S Adenosyl Methionine (SAMe), Turmeric (Curcumin), and Vitamin K MK7.
After using this for about a month my Results are:
This clearly now my number #1 joint pain supplement offering a lot of unique benefits which made it rank as my current best. Only quality ingredients are used. The benefits can directly target the root cause of join pain by providing essential nutrients that may be deficient.
This is a truly effective joint pain supplement that is potent enough to improve overall joint & bone health, and maximize movement to live a more active lifestyle. I found my recovery time and my performance time double during my use of this product. My joints have not felt this good in years after strenuous activity!
Clarity Daily Nootropic by Thrivous is the advanced supplement to enhance mental clarity, memory, focus, mood, and brain health.
Ok this stuff kicks butt, let me tell you I decided to put it to the test while being away on a week long training class being tested almost everyday with little time to learn totally new information and it enabled my almost 60 year old brain to kick the butts of people ½ my age! Let me just put it this way if you believe the proof is in the pudding what do you say to the fact I got 96% the first test, 96% the second test, 98% the third test, and on the final test I got 100%. Not only did it help me kick butt my memory of the new facts got better as the grueling week of learning went on!!!! This defiantly gets an A++ from me!
Clarity Daily Nootropic contains the following:
Bacopa Meniere is an herb that may enhance memory and support healthy brain function.
Robiola Roseau is an herb that may enhance focus, mood, and energy.
Vitamin B Complex as bioavailable vitamers may support healthy brain function.
Zinc Picolinate is a bioavailable essential mineral that may support healthy mood.
I have been using this for the past two weeks and find I get a much more solid sleep and also some very vivid dreams. I wake up feeling a lot more refreshed and some times I have some great stories from the dreams! 😊
Serenity Nightly Nootropic has an open source formula that combines safe and effective natural nootropics in chlorophyll vegan capsules. Listed below are the ingredients and some information on them. I have been taking just one about 15 minutes before sleep.
L-Theanine is an amino acid analogue found primarily in some plant and fungal species. Supplementation may increase relaxation without sedation, according to multiple peer-reviewed, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies:
See the L-Theanine article at Examine.com for more studies and details.
Magnesium is an essential dietary mineral that may help you relax. It’s in my list of top tier geroprotectors, and it can also function as a nootropic. Magnesium comes in many forms, some of which are more effective than others at promoting calm, improving sleep quality, and increasing focus the next day. Magnesium Oxide is one of the most common forms, but it tends to be less absorbable than some others. Magnesium Citrate is more absorbable, making it a more effective geroprotector. Another absorbable form is Magnesium Glycinate, which is Magnesium reacted with Glycine, an amino acid. This particular form may also function as a nootropic.
With any absorbable form of Magnesium, supplementation may provide a notable decrease to blood pressure in cases of high blood pressure, according to multiple peer-reviewed studies on humans.
Melatonin is a substance found in animals, plants, fungi, and bacteria. Supplementation may promote sleep, according to multiple peer-reviewed, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies:
Supplementation with Melatonin may also improve sleep quality and memory. Evidence for these effects may not be as reliable. See the Melatonin article at Examine.com for more studies and details.