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Konnect Focus Agent Biohacking 2 Servings Samples 3 pack
Konnect Focus Agent Biohacking 2 Servings Sample
Konnect Focus Agent Biohacking 2 Servings Samples 3 pack
Konnect Focus Agent Biohacking Supplement Ingredients

Konnect Samples (3 Pack)

9 Reviews
$11.99


  • 40 Servings
  • 1,200mg Alpha GCP
  • 600mg KSM-66
  • 400mg TeaCrine 40%
    Dosages shown in daily dose (2 servings)
  • $1.25 per Serving
  • Natural Flavors
  • No Colors or Dyes
  • Non-GMO

Directions for Use:
Mix one serving (Half the vial) per 4-8oz of water before work, class, meeting, reading or studying. Do not exceed 2 servings in a 24 hour period.

  • Heightened focus
  • Increased alertness
  • Enhanced concentration
  • Improved memory recall
  • Smooth, sustained energy from natural green tea
  • Increased neurotransmitter production
  • Reduced mental fatigue

Corporate CEOs, real estate moguls, Wall Street heavyweights, and straight A students – all highly successful individuals – share a set of common traits:

  • Relentless work ethic
  • Uncompromising standards
  • Laser focus
  • Dogged determination
  • Clear, defined vision
  • Unyielding commitment
  • Endless pursuit of excellence

Imbued with these qualities any individual, not just the genetically gifted, can be a titan of industry. However, missing even just one of these qualities relegates a person to the bland malaise of the exceptionally mediocre.

Konnect is the business professional’s daily neurological elixir for enhanced cognitive function, heightened focus, and increased mental acuity. With Konnect you’ll be at your cognitive peak whether it’s first thing in the morning or late at night after a full day of meetings. Gone are the days of wasting hundreds of dollars on overpriced coffee or potentially hazardous prescription drugs.

All of our products are cGMP Certified (Good Manufacturing Practices) and FDA Regulated. We develop, produce, and package within strict regulations to ensure the highest quality possible. Each and every one of our ingredients has undergone rigorous testing and lab analysis to ensure product identity and purity. When you use Anastasis products, you can 100% trust that the ingedients listed on the label are actually in the product.

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1 Konnect can = 40 cups of coffee

One container of Konnect is equal to 40 cups of coffee… translated into $$$ at your local coffee shop, that works out to about $120 on the low end! BUT Konnect is not just for energy!

Instead of taking coffee or preworkout, I like to take Konnect.

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Dosages shown in daily dose (2 servings)

The premier choline supplement on the market, Alpha GPC is a highly bioavailable choline-containing molecule that enhances production of the learning neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Alpha GPC improves mental performance at a cellular level by reinforcing and strengthening the communication between cells. You’ll also experience heightened focus, increased concentration, and easier learning.

Also Important for health!

Choline is essential to the function and well-being of the body. Deficiencies in choline can lead to complications of the liver, muscle tissue, and lymphocytes. Moreover, insufficient levels of choline in the body can negatively affect cell proliferation, differentiation, and apoptosis (programmed cell death), and even impact the development of the entire Central Nervous System, including the brain!

Konnect includes a massive 1,200mg per serving of the most effective choline supplement on the market to ensure your cognitive function and overall health are never in question.

KSM-66 is a premium-grade extract of Ashwagandha, an incredibly popular adaptogen used for centuries as a staple of Ayurveda. Ashwagandha is well documented to reduce stress by regulating cortisol and improve your mental and physical responses to all varieties of physical and psychological stress. It heightens cognitive performance and improves reaction time as well. You’ll also experience decreased mental fatigue that can accumulate from those long days at the office.

Enhances Brain Function too!

In addition to its stress-relieving properties, ashwagandha also has been shown in clinical testing to enhance cognitive and psychomotor performance. Supplementing with the ancient herb improves reaction time and mental arithmetic ability -- important qualities when you’re under the gun and need to make a quick business decision on the fly.

TeaCrine is a relative of caffeine that provides a prolonged sense of energy, and when paired alongside caffeine, as it is in Konnect, promotes a heightened sense of focus. You’ll also experience a long-lasting boost in mood due to theacrine’s ability to increase dopamine levels in a similar manner to that of caffeine.

No tolerance buildup!

Unlike caffeine, theacrine doesn’t come with the rapid tolerance buildup like caffeine and many other stimulants do. In fact, research shows that even after multiple days of use, patients did not experience any onset of tolerance, meaning you keep getting the same focus and energy boosting benefits of theacrine without having to continually up the dose!

 

DMAE, short for dimethylaminoethanol, is a choline precursor that enhances acetylcholine production in the body. Including it, in addition to Alpha GPC, ensures your body has ample choline stores to synthesize acetylcholine, further boosting information transmission and processing, memory, and learning.

Derived from green tea, Konnect contains a 175mg natural caffeine -- the ideal dose to awaken your neurological functions without making you jittery, anxious, or over-stimulated. Natural caffeine provides a smooth, sustained release of energy that never ends with a horrendous crash.

More than energy!

While many people have their morning coffee purely for the energy-boosting properties of caffeine, there’s also several cognitive benefits to using caffeine as well. Caffeine can potentiate the effects of choline in the body, as well as inhibit acetylcholinesterase (the enzyme responsible for degrading choline). The end result is greater acetylcholine production that also last longer too.

On top of that, caffeine also increases dopamine levels, reduces mental fatigue, increases focus, and improves working memory. Plus, it also synergizes with many of the other ingredient present in Konnect to give the ultimate neuro-boosting experience!

Eria Jarensis is a powerful plant loaded with several types of PEA alkaloids, most notably N-phenethyl dimethylamine. The benefit of using eria jarensis over standard PEA is that its unique structure allows the mood-elevating benefits of the plant to last substantially longer than regular PEA. With eria jarensis, you’ll experience an immediate increase in focus and mood that lasts all day long.

Derived from cacao, theobromine is an alkaloid compound structurally similar to caffeine, but provides a slower, more sustained release of energy than the immediate surge that caffeine gives.

Theobromine enhances blood flow and oxygenation to the brain and provides long-term antioxidant properties. Pairing it alongside caffeine helps prevent the restricted blood flow and reduced gray matter that comes with daily caffeine usage. Cerebral blood flow is an important marker for cognition, focus, and concentration. By pairing theobromine with caffeine, Konnect ensures blood flow to the brain is never impeded, resulting in clear, decisive thought and action.

N-Methyl Tyramine (NMT) is a naturally occurring monoamine compound that stimulates the release of several powerful catecholamines in the body including dopamine, epinephrine (adrenaline), and norepinephrine (noradrenaline). This release of adrenergic, dopaminergic and serotonergic neurotransmitters creates a heightened sense of motivation, alertness and focus that simply can’t be matched by any other ingredient.

 

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