Guided Meditations


Subject #1 Ex.

EEG Coherence: A measure of brain connectivity
Alpha band (8-13 Hz)
Alpha band coherence % change between baseline and post-Weave supplement intervention.

The most profound electrophysiological change for this study participant involved a significant reduction of the brain’s frontal alpha band coherence or connectivity 90 minutes after the first ingestion of 1 Weave capsule, (as seen in session 2). These changes were accompanied by decreased depression and anxiety symptoms. In session 4, P300 coherence maps show a highly reconnected electrophysiological change accompanied by reported lasting relief of mental health symptoms. This could be interpreted as a “brain reset” or shift in psychological paradigm as commonly described.

These symptomatic and P300 changes lasted beyond the study cycle, supporting the idea that enduring effects occur where these have been hypothesized to be related to the interaction of these supplements with a number of other receptors central to synaptic connectivity in certain pathologies.

Subject #2 Ex.

EEG P300 Oddball Stimulus: Evoked response - Brain Reaction Voltage (uV), Brain Reaction Time, Physical Latency, Trail making, Theta/Beta Ratio, Frontal Alpha A Symmetry.


Brain Reaction Voltage measures how strong the brain is performing.
Brain Reaction Time measures how fast the brain is performing.
Physical Reaction Time measures how fast the body is performing.
Voltage Maps show a birds-eye view of where the brain is performing the strongest.
Blue/Green = Low Actvity; Red/Yellow = High Actvity.

Voltage Maps will change as a result of trauma (concussion/ stroke) or lifestyle change (treatment intervention, cardiovascular fitness, sleep, diet, age, medication change, brain supplements, neuro therapies, etc.).
Frontal Alpha Balance measures the symmetry of the alpha brainwave in the frontal region of the brain. Research has shown that asymmetric results could correlate with stress, anxiety, and low moods.
Trail Making Part A
Trail Making Part B
Trailmaking Tests are timed neuropsychological tests used measure executive cognitive functions such as: working memory, eye-tracking, attention and cognitive processing speed.