Relaxed focus. Pleasure and brain energy you can feel in seconds—but without the stimulant effect you get from high caffeine drinks.
- Can be felt in seconds
- Relaxed brain energy to instantly counter post prandial dip or improve focus for work or study
- Long-term brain enhancement
- Helps put athletes in the zone
- Feels so good, it sublimates the desire for comfort foods and even cigarettes
- Natural stress reducer that soothes with a feeling of mental and physical well-being
A couple of droppersful of Warp Speed® swished around in the mouth for a few seconds will give you instant, relaxing mental clarity, help control the desire for comfort foods, provide long-term nutritional support for smarter thinking--and it just plain feels good.*
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41. R.S. Kujur1, Vishakha Singh, Mahendra Ram1, Harlokesh Narayan Yadava2, et al. "Antidiabetic Activity and Phytochemical Screening of Crude Extract of Stevia Rebaudiana in Alloxan-induced Diabetiis Rats." Pharmacognosy Journal Volume 2, Issue 14, September 2010, Pages 27--32. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3141138/
2 droppersful of Warp Speed swished around in the mouth (and swallow) as needed.
|Serving Size:||2 droppers (2mL)|
|Servings per Container:||30|
|Amount per Serving:||690mg Herb Weight Equivalence|
|Container Size:||2 fl oz (59mL)|
|Click ingredient for more information|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Ashwagandha Root ~||N/A*||N/A*|
|Bacopa Monnieri Herb ~||N/A*||N/A*|
|Green Tea Leaf +||N/A*||N/A*|
|Stevia Leaf ~||N/A*||N/A*|
|Other ingredients: Grain Alcohol (40-50% by volume), deionized water, d-Limonene|
This formula is a proprietary blend
+ Certified Organic
~ Selectively Imported Herbs
All ingredients are either domestically sourced or selectively imported
* Daily Value Not Established
Herb Strength Ratio 1:2.9
No materials used to produce this product are derived from or contain any Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)
All Vegan and Vegetarian Formula
We previously used Mulungu Bark in this formula. Mulungu is an excellent stress reducer and sedative to calm agitation, but it can cause drowsiness in some people. Also, it is now an endangered species. For these reasons Jon Barron reformulated Warp Speed with Ashwagandha. Ashwagandha provides all of the benefits of Mulungu without the downsides.
- Stress reducer
- Legal athletic performance enhancer
- Sex enhancer
- Immune enhancer
And like Mulungu, Ashwagandha stimulates the body's pleasure centers. It "feels" good.
Note: Ashwagandha is part of the nightshade family. That means if you have an allergy to potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, or bell peppers, you will probably not be able to use this formula as it is likely to stimulate the same allergy.
Bacopa Monnieri Herb
A classic brain and nerve tonic, Bacopa Monnieri is a medicinal herb that has been used for hundreds of years as a rejuvenative for the brain and nervous system. It is believed to increase mental clarity, improve concentration, and to promote memory and intelligence. It also assists in heightening mental acuity and supports the physiological processes involved in relaxation. Bacopa is thought to help nourish neurons as it restores depleted synaptic activity.
Studies have indicated that Bacopa can help:
- Improve memory
- Enhance episodic memory
- Increase learning speed and learning capacity
- Work as an anxiety & stress reducer
- Support healthy cerebral function
- Promote awareness and perception
- Improve concentration and attention span
- Diminish attention-deficit problems
- Balance emotional states
- Nourish and rejuvenates the mind
- Lower mental fatigue
- Protect the brain from free-radical damage
- Help in the handling of increasingly difficult tasks
- Promote vigilance
- Inhibit age-related cognitive decline
The most interesting of the many uses of Bacopa is its ability to help increase novelty-seeking behavior; an attribute of intelligence associated with increased mental pleasure and increased lifespan.
Green Tea Leaf
Green Tea antioxidants are of the same family as grape seed and pine bark extracts. They are polyphenols, chief of which are the flavonoids called proanthocyanidins. In Green Tea, the main proanthocyanidins are the catechins, and the most powerful of the catechins is Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCG), found in the highest concentration in Green Tea.
Green Tea as a health supplement works to help stop tumors from developing the blood vessels they need to survive. It has been shown to inhibit metastasis. And it is the first known natural telomerase inhibitor.
And the benefits of Green Tea don't stop there. It has also been shown to be helpful in regulating blood sugar, reducing triglycerides, and in reversing the ravages of heart disorders. (Incidentally, the Japanese, who drink large amounts of Green Tea, have some of the lowest rates of cardiovascular disorders in the world.)
Finally, Green Tea has great benefits for the brain as well, serving as a helpful MAO inhibitor, protecting against brain-cell death from glucose oxidase, over-production of nitric oxide, and lowering the amount of free iron reaching the brain (a bad thing). The net result is that there are strong indications that green tea extract may play a major role in protecting against both Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.
The amount of caffeine found in the Green Tea in two droppers of Warp Speed® is very low – just enough to complement the Ashwagandha.
Whether in dry-leaf or concentrate form, Stevia has the wonderful ability to help the body regulate blood sugar levels. Several researchers have reported that, in these natural forms, Stevia seems to correct both high and low blood sugar. Other scientists have stated that Stevia appears to lower blood pressure, but does not seem to affect normal blood pressure.
Grain Alcohol (40-50% by volume)
Yes. The products that are Kosher are: Blood Support, Liver Flush Tea, Metal Magic, Warp Speed, Men’s Formula, Women’s Formula, Immunify, and Nutribody Protein.