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Wholesale Nootropic Products

Nootropics, sometimes known as smart supplements or cognitive enhancers, are food supplements that are used to improve cognitive function, memory, creativity, motivation, and overall brain performance. They include a wide range of substances such as plants and herbs, dietary supplements, superfoods and natural compounds. Nootropics are becoming increasingly popular because of their potential to enhance cognitive function and improve overall brain health. Many people are interested in exploring them as a way to increase productivity, focus, and creativity, as well as to improve memory and learning abilities.

Nootropics are commonly thought to help to fight illness, improve physical health, and enhance brain energy, improve memory, learning and concentration as well as boosting energy and increasing motivation. However, it’s important to note that the effectiveness of nootropics can vary from person to person. They are largely regarded to be natural, safe and easy to use, with many having been relied on for centuries for traditional medicine. At JM Distro, we supply a range of nootropics to provide exciting benefits to our customers.

Brain health is essential when trying to improve our overall wellness. The brain also impacts other parts of our physical health, such as digestion and fertility. When we keep our brain in good shape, we by extension keep our body well too. As we age, our brain can start to falter, causing other illnesses and symptoms to occur. Nootropics can help to ensure our brains are kept young and healthy, deterring age-related conditions from developing as quickly. Nootropics are regarded to be a lot gentler than some prescription medications and generally have few side effects, if any. 

A popular Nootropics brand we stock is The Shroom Shop. This is a trusted manufacturer provider that sources high quality natural mushrooms and processes them into capsules and powders. The Shroom Shop supplies Reishi mushroom, turkey tail mushrooms, wholesale Lion’s Mane mushroom and wholesale chaga mushroom. We are always adding more stock to our range. 

We are committed to ensuring the highest quality for our wholesale nootropics. Each of our products undergoes rigorous quality assurance processes, from sourcing the raw materials to the final packaging. Our nootropics are lab-tested by independent third-party laboratories to verify their purity, potency, and safety. These labs scrutinize each product for any possible contaminants, ensuring that what you receive is nothing but the best. Moreover, our nootropics come with certification that attests to their quality and safety. This commitment to quality and transparency is what sets JM Distro apart, allowing us to deliver safe and effective nootropics that our customers can trust.

At JM Distro, we offer nootropics blended with CBD, which results in even greater benefits to the mind and body. You can find our full range of nootropics below.

Wholesale Nootropic Products Q & A

What are nootropics?

Nootropics are brain boosting supplements derived from nature. An example of a nootropic is chaga mushrooms, which grow naturally and can be processed into a capsule to take. 

Who benefits from nootropics?

Research shows that nootropics work across many different brain pathways depending on the ingredients within them. Benefits can include clearer thoughts, alertness, higher energy levels, better sleep, improved sex drive, better focus and improved memory. Everyone responds to nootropics differently. 


How do you take nootropics?

You can take nootropics orally, in a capsule or powder form. You can also drink nootropics as a tea. Depending on what you are using nootropics for, you might also find topical options. Nootropics are safe and easy to consume. 

How many types of nootropics are there?

There are two categories of nootropics. Synthetic - which are lab created compounds. And herbal, which are found in nature, such as certain mushrooms. More than 100 nootropics are available to take. Some of the most commonly used nootropics are  turmeric, St John’s Wort, calcium and Lion’s Mane

Are there side effects to nootropics?

Nootropics come in different forms and each nootropic has its own effect on the body. Therefore we recommend that you read the label on any nootropic you take and take note of the potential side effects. Typically, some common and mild side effects can be feeling sleepy, appetite changes and stomach discomfort if the nootropic is not well tolerated. If you are experiencing any unpleasant side effects, please discontinue the nootropic and consult with an expert on which nootropic might be better suited. 

Do nootropics need medical supervision to take?

Nootropics have powerful effects on the body. If you are taking other medication for a health condition or are already under medical supervision, you should speak to a medical practitioner about your suitability to nootropics. Every nootropic is different, and can change your brain and body chemistry. It cannot hurt to ask for medical advice, and doing so might help you to use nootropics even more effectively. Nootropics do not need to be prescribed and can be purchased over the counter from pharmacies or online at JM Distro.

When should you take nootropics?

Every nootropic is different and is used for a unique purpose. If you are using nootropics for mental alertness, clarity and focus, you will be better off taking the supplement in the morning so you can be awake to enjoy the effects. If you are using nootropics for sleep and calm, then you might want to schedule taking this nootropic when you typically need to unwind, such as after work or at night. Everyone is different so when and how you take your nootropics is up to you. 

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The Ultimate List Of Nootropics

Here at JM Distro, we aim to educate our customers on the mechanics of nootropics so that you can provide your own customers with correct information. Below, we have supplied the ultimate list of nootropics, their uses and benefits. 


Alpha GPC (alpha-glycerylphosphorylcholine) is a natural brain chemical. It is involved in processing memories, and plays a role in sleep cycles and muscle control.

You can get Alpha GPC from your diet. It is found in cod, spinach, soy, milk and beef liver. 


Ashwagandha has been used in natural medicine for thousands of years and translates as ‘the smell of a horse’. Ashwagandha is said to help with stress, energy levels, and fatigue. It also helps to restore blood sugar levels and protects against inflammation. 

Artichoke Extract (Luteolin)

Artichoke Extract is a PDE4 inhibitor. It inhibits the actions of PDE4 , which is an enzyme that interferes with signals in the brain. Therefore, inhibiting this helps restore the messages and improve memory, wakefulness, and cognition. 


Berberine is extracted from Indian Barberry (tree turmeric), Oregon Grape and goldenseal. It has been used in Chinese medicine for centuries, thought to have antibacterial properties, as well as being an anti-diarrheal. People use it to treat stomach problems and boost immunity. It can also be used in the treatment of diabetes and high cholesterol.



Caffeine is the most popular nootropic used in the world. It is found in everyday products like coffee beans, chocolate and even alcoholic or fizzy beverages. Caffeine influences adrenaline, boosting energy, and enhances serotonin (the happy hormone), and shows some protection against dementia and Parkinson’s Disease. 

Cat’s Claw

Cat’s Claw comes from South America and supports DNA repair, immunity, and cell division. It has been shown to also help prevent the onset of dementia. 


CBD oil is a nootropic derived from Cannabis Sativa L. plant. It is an effective antianxiety, anti depressant and inflammation medicine. It can help with chronic pain, low mood and sleep disorders. 

Chaga Mushroom

Chaga Mushroom is a type of mushroom that grows on birch trees in cold climates. It can be processed into capsules, teas or powders, and is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and effective treatment of arthritis and high blood pressure. 


Cordyceps is a genus of ascomycete fungi (a mushroom). It is used in capsule or tea form to help stimulate the immune system. Research is taking place into cordycep’s potential for fighting cancer using immune system cells. It helps to improve blood flow to the brain and improve learning and memory capacity. It has stimulating effects similar to coffee. 


Creatine is produced naturally in the liver. It provides brain and body energy on demand. Supplementing with creatine is especially popular in sports communities, because it works directly as a fuel for the muscles. There’s evidence that it can also improve mental performance, reduce brain fog and improve memory. 


GABA (gamma aminobutyric acid) is a neurotransmitter and an amino acid found in the brain. It is known for its anti anxiety and calming effects. By supplementing with GABA, you can relieve stress and anxiety, improve sleep and reduce stress.  

Ginkgo Biloba

Ginkgo Biloba is derived from the Chinese tree Ginkgo. It has been used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years and is thought to be good for older people in supporting memory and cognition. It has shown promising results in studies on dementia and ADHD, and is a generally good all-rounder in brain health. 


Ginseng is native to South East Asia and can improve symptoms of anxiety, while supporting general cognition. It can also help to boost mental stamina, helping you to focus for longer. 


Iodine is a cognitive enhancer and essential to the body. It is also critical to a health thyroid, and lack of iodine is associated with lower IQ and developmental disorders. Iodine synthesises T4 and T3 thyroid hormones, which helps with growth and metabolism. 

Lions Mane

Lion’s Mane is a mushroom that has been used in Chinese medicine for centuries and prevents nerve damage by boosting Brain Nerve Growth Factor (neurogenesis). It helps with focus and can minimise ADHD symptoms. It also helps reduce anxiety and low mood, and can manage neurological disorders like dementia and Parkinson’s Disease. 

Lemon Balm

Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) can be grown in your garden in most climates and made into a tea or used in cooking. It has a sweet lemon minty taste, and is known to be an instant anti-anxiety. It does this by inhibiting the enzyme that breaks down GABA, keeping adequate levels of GABA in the brain to promote calm. 


L-Theanine comes from green tea and helps with anxiety, learning and focus. It helps to increase dopamine and serotonin, which are the happy chemicals in your brain. It also aids sleep and a normal sleep cycle. 


Maca is derived from a plant that grows in the Andes mountains. It has large amounts of amino acids, as well as glutamic acid, glycine, aspartic acid and serine. Traditionally, Maca was used in children to improve their performance in school. It is also known to enhance energy, metabolism and reduce inflammation. Many athletes use Maca to improve focus and performance, and find it also enhances mood and libido too. 


Melatonin (N-Acetyl-5-Methoxytryptamine) is a hormone produced when it’s time to go to sleep. Even the darkness outside can induce melatonin production in the body and make you sleepy. Sometimes this natural process is disrupted by travel, night shifts, stress or problems at home. Therefore supplementing with melatonin can encourage this natural cycle to reinstate itself. 

Pine Bark Extract

Pine Bark extract is an extract of French maritime pine bark. It helps to enhance brain blood flow, and works as a natural anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. It is known to be good for skin, hair, PMS, anxiety, ADHD and diabetes. 

Phosphatidylcholine (PC)

Phosphatidylcholine (PC) is a phospholipid in the liver and brain. Its role is to build and repair cell membranes. When you take PC as a supplement, it separates to become two separate nootropics – choline and sphingomyelin. These help and protect brain nerve cells. When levels are low, it can contribute to the onset of dementia. When you keep levels healthy, you enjoy better memory, recall, focus and alertness. 

Reishi Mushroom

also known as Ganoderma lucidum and lingzhi, is a mushroom you can find growing naturally in hot and humid locations. It is known as an immunity and energy booster, as well as helping with concentration, general wellbeing, brain health and symptoms of ADHD and depression. 


Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) can be grown in most countries and is used in everyday cooking. It can be used in the treatment of high blood pressure, skin diseases, arthritis, hair damage and as an antiseptic. You often find rosemary in skincare products. The compounds in rosemary, carnosic acid and carnosol, are thought to protect against Amyloid-β, making it a promising treatment in dementia.


Saffron is found in the Middle East and is the dried stigma of the Crocus sativus plant. It is not cheap! In fact it is the world’s most expensive cooking spice. It has been used for thousands of years as an antidepressant and sedative, helping with PMS, post partum depression, parkinson’s disease, low libido and infertility. It is often used to alleviate the negative side effects of antidepressants including sexual dysfunction. There is some evidence that Saffron is just as effective as antidepressants. 

St John’s wort

St John’s wort (hypericum perforatum) is used in the treatment of wound healing and depression. It can be found in most health stores. It works similarly to antidepressants, by inhibiting the reuptake of serotonin in the brain. Be warned that this nootropic can interfere with other nootropics or medications you are taking, including the contraceptive pill. 

Turkey Tail

Turkey tail (Coriolus versicolor) is a mushroom. It has two medicinal properties - polysaccharide peptide (PSP) and polysaccharide krestin (PSK). Cancer patients undergoing treatment often find Turkey Tail helps improve the body’s response to treatment. It is also good for immunity boosting, energy boosting and general improvements in memory, digestion and cognition.


Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is known as one of the most effective natural treatments in Alzheimer symptoms. It is often used in curries and Asian meals. It is also showing promising results in the treatment of brain tumours and Parkinson’s Disease. In some parts of India, these diseases are incredibly rare, and it is thought this is partly due to the high turmeric usage of the area. 


Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) has been used as capsules or tea for centuries to treat insomnia. It can also reduce stress, IBS, PMS, anxiety and high blood pressure. Valerian helps eliminate stress by enhancing GABA and seratonin while simultaneously reducing stress hormones. Not only does it help you go to sleep faster, but you’ll wake up refreshed and energised too. 

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