Buy NOOT (Clarity) Microdose Mushroom Capsules
NOOT Clarity Microdose Mushroom Capsules help sharpen your mind and senses. Enhance your creativity, focus, and mood. Each Clarity capsule contains a crafted blend of enriched vitamins that keeps your energy and immune system optimized for high-functioning. Pure lion’s mane, ginger root, and ginseng promote cognitive function as well as provide increased immune support. Perfect for the busy body looking for increased productivity and an overall sense of health and well-being.
This formula is created with the high functioning person with a family, business, and healthy living as their priority. The brain formula will boost the active population to keep them happy and healthy during their most stressful days.
Recommended Dosage: Adults take 1 capsule daily. Take with food/meals.
Package: Each box contains 24 capsules. Each capsule contains 100mg of Magic Mushrooms for a total of 2,400mg.
- Magic Mushrooms — 100 mg
- Lions Mane (Hericium erinaceus) PE 30% — 60 mg
- Ginger Root (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) — 30 mg
- American Ginseng PE 5% Ginsenosides — 10 mg
- Phosphatidylserine — 60 mg
- Phosphatidylcholine — 8 mg
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