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Viking Power continues to elevate its reputation with a Palatinose-infused nootropic

Viking Power Mimir

Viking Power is making a statement here in 2023, pumping out some seriously impressive and packed-out supplements for its home country of Sweden, and to start the month of May, fans are being treated to two of those. We already featured the brand this week with the reveal and release of Tears Of Freya, dedicated specifically to supporting hydration and performance, and coming to market alongside that is Mimir.

Mimir is Viking Power’s premium and advanced approach to the nootropic category, with all of its many ingredients and dosages brought together to deliver the typical nootropic benefits of enhanced energy, focus, and cognition. The brand actually has a few twists in its formula that you don’t commonly see in this sort of supplement, including the addition of 5.3g of Palatinose, for the purpose of slow and steady fuel for the mind.

Going alongside the heaviest ingredient in Viking Power’s Mimir, in that 5.3g of Palatinose, is 200mg each of theanine and rhodiola, half a gram of acetyl-l-carnitine, 300mg of ashwagandha, 100mg each of inositol and phosphatidylserine, and 10mg of theobromine. There are a few other heavily dosed components in half a gram of the nootropic mushroom lion’s mane, a gram of tyrosine, 1.5g of choline bitartrate, and lastly, a nice amount of energizing caffeine at 200mg from two sources.

Considering this is Viking Power’s first entry into the world of focus-enhancing nootropic supplements, Mimir is a solid effort and even more impressive that it’s in a region that doesn’t usually get that advanced. The Palatinose twist is also an interesting approach and one that certainly helps separate it from the competition. You can grab Mimir from MM Sports at a reasonable 329 (32.38 USD) for 25 Mango-flavored servings.