Brain fog can be caused by many things, including poor sleep, poor diet, stress & anxiety .

MTE supports dialed-in focus, and productivity, with 6 different nootropics and adaptogens that help you achieve a flow state.*

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Unlike ‘energy’ that is achieved through stimulation, Teacrine works by increasing dopamine’s ability to engage motivation, which helps to increase mental focus, while inducing calm awareness, and bestowing an overall sense of mental wellbeing.¹ ² ³ Research also indicates Teacrine can increase activity in the nucleus accumbens (NAc) region of the brain, which is believed to support motivation and general cognitive function. 


GABA is the main inhibitory neurotransmitter produced in the body. It works by reducing the ‘noise’ of overthinking and allows the brain to relax. Research demonstrates that GABA can have a positive influence on an individual’s ability to perform mental tasks that require significant concentration. 


A naturally occurring amino acid first discovered in green tea, l-theanine has been studied to hep focus and attention when paired with low level amounts of caffeine. Recent research points to its ability to reduce resting heart rate as another reason why it can be effective at promoting relaxation. 


Saffron (Crocus sativus L.), whose main bioactive components are crocins and safranal, has been shown to have a beneficial impact on learning, concentration, memory and even age related mental impairment. Analysis also indicated a significant decrease in negative mood and symptoms related to stress and anxiety.


Green tea is traditionally known to induce mental clarity, cognitive function, physical activation and relaxation. One reviewed study presented evidence that green tea influences psychopathological symptoms (e.g. reduction of anxiety), cognition (e.g. benefits in memory and attention) and brain function (e.g. activation of working memory seen in functional MRI). 


Has been shown to effectively promote immune response and the hormonal changes due to stress, thus maintaining homeostasis. In addition to promoting the suppression of the occurrence of psychological diseases such as anxiety and depression, it also can potentially combat stress-associated physiological diseases, all of which can contribute to more sustained focus.