Question about NooLVL, after reading more on it, and on ASI/Nitrosigine, which itself has been shown to improve cognition, albeit after 4 days of use, not the acute use that NooLVL was tested with, although that's not to say that ASI/Nitrosigine wouldn't have acute nootropic effects itself.Lets get you a tub to try out. This is a category dear to me, there was no playing around here. Virtiva is amazing and coupled with the rest of the formula we're talking about a legitimate nootropic
Anyway, NooLVL is just 1.5g ASI with an additional 100mg inositol added?
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6835425/The product studied, (nooLVL®), and the matching placebo were provided in a blinded stick pack. The product manufacturer provided an appropriate certificate of analysis to demonstrate the dosage and safety of the test product. Subjects took 1 stick pack daily for 7 days. The subjects took the product at home except on study visit days, where they consumed the assigned product on site (witnessed dosing) in the clinic 30 min prior to the start of video game play. The studied product’s stick packs consisted of 1500 mg ASI + 100 mg of additional inositol and these inactive ingredients: citric acid, natural flavor, sucralose, acesulfame potassium, and red 40 (3.6 g each pack).
So if I wanted to get a feel for NooLVL, I could just use 1.5g Nitrosigine and add 100mg inositol to it?
Even Nutrition 21's site says "This ingredient is comprised of two components: Bonded Arginine Silicate combined with an additional dose of inositol." which seems to suggest that they're "just" adding more inositol to it, not changing the ASI itself somehow. Not that this is a bad thing of course, just curious if I can just buy some Nitrosigine and some inositol and combine them to try out NooLVL early, since I can't seem to find it as a standalone ATM.