Warheads On Foreheads (WHOF) Cognitive Performance / Nootropic Supplement
Cognitive Performance / Nootropic Supplement
Out of stock
***This Product is out of production due to under-sale – we would be interested in working with another firm to resurect the project***
We only sell this product to US and FPO/APO addresses. Shipping is free and taxes are included in the price.
Warheads on Foreheads (WHOF) is a cognitive performance supplement, also known as a nootropic supplement, in pill form. WHOF is the product of testing and development ranging from the hot Twenty-Nine Palms summer to the somewhat cold environment of the Missouri Winter, designed to give you the cognitive edge in every clime and place. WHOF was originally designed for the Grunt community but has shown utility in all walks of life. WHOF will help you to perform well in the workplace and school.
One of the early testers expressed: “I would say that my problem-solving skills improved. I had a lot more focus and was able to work harder, more difficult problems… able to maintain focus throughout the entire planning process.”
Another noted “WHOF was very helpful in a slightly stressful and highly time-sensitive work environment.”
Another tester went from 85-90% in school to over 95% every time.
How does a supplement do this? The Cholinergic and Dopaminergic neurotransmitter systems are critical to our thinking influencing things such as focus, motivation, and memory. WHOF is designed to benefit these systems over the long term. Where WHOF differs from a pure stimulant is the added GABA and anti-oxidants, these help to protect against the natural side effects of using the dopamine chain and keep the neuro-transmitter chains in balance. Add in a few herbs known to benefit cognitive processes and you have a supplement that promotes a cool, calm focus and improved decision-making. This stable effect makes WHOF the premier warfighter nootropic.
Part of the beauty of this design is an adaptability to many different situations. You can take WHOF in the morning to aggressively take on the day, or take WHOF before bed for some good sleep. WHOF will work well with the stimulants you may use, though slamming an energy drink before a 10-mile ruck is a bad idea with or without WHOF. This is a unique feature from a nootropic, many of which are stimulants and unsuited for Grunt work.
Do you want to perform the things you do well even better? Take WHOF – nootropic supplements will be the norm on the battlespace and in the work environment into the future. Warfighter Coffee Shop does not want you to be left behind. As the great prophet Mattis passed to us “The most important six inches on the battlefield is between your ears.”
The ingredients are:
- Alpha-glycerophosphocholine (Alpha-GPC or α-GPC)
- Bacopa Monnieri
- N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine (NALT)
- Acetyl l-Carnitine
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
WHOF is meant to be taken three times a day, much like a multivitamin. To get maximum performance WHOF must be taken for over a month, you should cycle off WHOF at around the eight-month mark for a week. If you are experiencing any issues stop use immediately. Consult your doctor before taking this supplement if you have any physical or mental health issues or take any medications.
WHOF may cause several side effects listed below. The combination is intended to mitigate these risks; individual responses will vary. This product should not be taken with excessive pre-workout or stimulants (like slamming three energy drinks in a minute) and is untested with any drugs.
This product is not safe for pregnant or breastfeeding women and children under 18 years of age. *
WHOF is produced in an FDA registered GMP compliant facility with ingredients from US suppliers.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
**Individual ingredients may cause: Heartburn, Diarrhea, Headache, Confusion, Slower heart rate, Complicated Ulcers, Complicate Thyroid Disorders, Complicate hyperthyroidism, Complicate hypothyroidism, Complicate Schizophrenia, Increased risk of seizures with a past history of seizures, May decrease blood sugar with Diabetes, and complicate Bipolar disorder. Possible interactions with Scopolamine, Levodopa, Thyroid hormone, Phenylketonuria (PKU), Medications for depression (MAOIs), Medications for mental conditions (Antipsychotic drugs), Acenocoumarol (Sintrom), Warfarin (Coumadin), Excessive use of alcohol/thiamine deficiency, Medications for cancer (Chemotherapy) and Medications for diabetes (Antidiabetes drugs)
|Dimensions||6 x 4 x 4 in|