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Biohack Pure’s Jonathan Weisman Predicts the Future of Smart Drugs
Date:11/25/2013

Houston, Texas (PRWEB) November 25, 2013

Are smart drugs the way of the future? Will we soon all be taking supplements to increase memory, boost information retention, enhance focus, and even possibly help prevent dementia, Alzheimer’s, and other age-related cognitive disorders? Jonathan Weisman thinks so.

Weisman’s company, Biohack Nutrition, manufactures brain supplements said to increase memory and cognitive performance. Biohack Pure, the company’s flagship product, contains a unique blend of cognitive enhancers that help optimize the brain and body. Released recently, the brain support supplement is already proving popular with a very diverse crowd.

“People from all walks of life are taking smart drugs. We’ve seen everyone from students, businesspeople, and even athletes taking Biohack Pure to help them be better at everything they do,” said Weisman. “Our smart drugs help people push the boundaries of intellectual capacity to their limit. That means, for example, that students could improve their ability to absorb and retain information, leading to better performance on tests and assignments.”

Weisman believes smart drugs are only going to continue to increase in popularity in coming years. He believes as people begin to learn more about the real world applications and tangible benefits of cognitive enhancement supplements, they’ll become more interested in trying them.

“I think that you’re going to see more and more people using brain supplements to better themselves. Safe supplements, like Biohack Pure, let you achieve better things in life and be the best version of yourself,” said Weisman.

For more information, visit http://www.BiohackPure.com or connect with them on Google+.

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