Nootropics were identified in 1972 and have been studied for almost 50 years. Big pharma’s attempt to lock down the market with their prescription drugs drives the silent assault on natural compounds; or compounds that have been studied for their potential help with symptoms associated with anxiety, ADD, ADHD and a plethora of other issues that are regularly treated by oftentimes dangerous or unnecessary prescription drugs: They are worth exploring for many reasons. To maintain profit and relevance, big pharma is not putting out the truth about said compounds in a thus far successful attempt to derail the switch to a natural, non-habit forming product over addictive substances. Herein lies the difficulty in finding the truth about something when big money is against it.
About Aaron Krahling
Aaron Krahling was born and raised in Southern Maryland , was an ‘outside of the box thinker’ at a young age and was pursuing financial ventures as young as 4 years of age. At 17 years old, he earned the Eagle Scout Award and graduated with honors from the prestigious St. Mary’s Ryken High School. After graduating college from East Carolina University, having earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Personal Finance, he worked as a federal government employee with the Department of Transportation. Aaron then secured a position with Merrill Lynch as a stock broker where he passed his series 7 and 66 exams. He continued his professional career there until the stock market crash of 2008 and the subsequent company’s downsizing in 2009. After this, he decided that he was going to do what made him happy: Something in the health and fitness industry. Mr. Krahling has been a certified personal trainer through NASM since 2010; owned Vita Haus Supplements since 2014, a brick and mortar vitamin and supplement retail store; placed in the top five in national men’s physique contests; and now is expanding his nootropics journey that started 7 years ago with the formation of his nootropics company: Brain Nerd. In 2019, he earned his MBA with a concentration in entrepreneurship from Keller Graduate School of Management and is currently pursuing doctoral program options.