For the full list of the ingredients in Mind, please review our formulation section section.
We invite you to read The Formulator's View of Qualia Mind Ingredients to better understand some of the thought processes behind the formulation and its ingredients.
For a deep dive into the synergistic design of Mind and the corresponding, check out Qualia Mind: The Building of a Nootropic Stack.
*For Qualia Mind and Qualia Focus
This product contains chemicals that should not be taken by people on MAO inhibitors, SSRIs, or any other psychiatric medicines.
It should not be taken by people with psychiatric or neurologic disorders, high blood pressure, heart conditions, endocrine disorders, cancer, phenylketonuria (PKU), or people on immunosuppressive therapy.
It should not be taken by pregnant or nursing mothers, or children under 18.
If any undesired side effects are noticed, it should be discontinued immediately, and proper medical help sought if needed.
No claim is made of this product being used to treat or cure any medical diagnosis or condition.
As with all dietary supplements, consult with your physician before taking any new supplements.
Several ingredients in Qualia Mind—caffeine, L-theanine, velvet bean seed extract, as examples—are fast-acting nootropics.
Most ingredients have many different forms of varying quality and potency. In every case, we chose the absolute highest grade form of each ingredient for Qualia.
There are tens of thousands of different dietary supplements sold in the USA, with more added each year, so it is not possible for us to make any general recommendations about adding Qualia Mind to an existing supplement regimen.
Qualia Mind can be taken with or without food. However, some people prefer to take nootropic-containing products, such as Qualia Mind, away from food, because they feel like they notice the subjective response faster when it’s not combined with food.
Yes. Qualia Mind was designed to complement Qualia Life.
Calories are not a standard part of labeling for dietary supplements, because, unlike foods, or macronutrients (e.g., fats, carbohydrates, proteins), vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and herbs don’t have clearly defined calorie counts. While we don't have exact calorie data on any of our formulations, we’d estimate that a seven capsule dose of Qualia Mind may have about 20-24 calories.
Yes. Qualia Mind was designed to complement Qualia Night.
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