Opal7D is a natural nootropic supplement for cognitive performance, memory and concentration.
The driving force behind Opal7D was to formulate the best possible all-natural supplement that provides the precise nutrients to the brain for enhanced cognitive performance. Our unique formula is a blend of herbs that calm the mind and body thus improving focus, clarity and energy.
- Ginkgo Biloba is thought to be one of the oldest trees on earth and its leaves have been used to support cognitive function. Its benefits stem from its ability to increase blood flow to the brain, which helps to deliver the oxygen and nutrients we need to perform at our best.
- Astragalus Propinguus contains beneficial plant compounds that can promote a healthy immune system. It is a powerful adaptogenic herb with remarkable anti-Inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It can also support cardiovascular health, immune function, healthy ageing and overall wellbeing.
Camellia Sinensis (green tea extract)
- L-theanine is an amino acid found in green tea. It helps to ease anxiety, stress, natural support for mood, focus and memory.
- Otherwise known as cayenne pepper, capsicum is usually used in food to add a fiery taste. However, its properties are known to help reduce anxiety. As part of our Opal7D formula, it is used to bring an overall calm, which aids alertness and focus.
Melissa Officinalis (Lemon Balm)
- Lemon balm extract can support performance, alertness, concentration, mental focus, and working memory. In addition, it provides a calm and positive mood and improves the ability to cope with stress.
- Valerian root powder may provide relief from anxiety and stress by instilling calmness and tranquillity. It could also prove useful in reducing nervous tension when consumed regularly.
Giffonia Simplicifolia (5HTP)
- Griffonia Simplicifoliais is a type of plant found in western parts of Africa. The chemical 5-Hydroxytrpophan is a core component and is known for its anti-depressive effects, which can improve mood disorders by increasing serotonin (feel-good hormone) levels in the brain.