BrainQuicken BodyQuick | Brain Pill ReviewsBrainPillReviews.com

Brain Pill Reviews Editors Choice
Body Quick Review

Price: $49.95 / 90 capsules

BrainQuicken BodyQuick Review: 4 Hour Brain Enhancement

BrainQuicken BodyQuick is a very well-known brain enhancer, mainly due to the fact that it was originally started by Tim Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Workweek, the 4-Hour Body, and The 4-Hour Chef. Ferriss started this supplement company online in order to break away from his desk job and create an alternative income. His formal education from Princeton University was in East Asian Studies. After graduation, he worked a normal desk job until he founded BrainQuicken in 2001. The company was reported to be quite successful, and it provided Ferriss an income to support himself while he started working on his first book.

BrainQuicken is no longer owned or operated by Ferriss, after he sold it in 2010. The company has changed hands a number of times, and this has concerned some potential buyers who are looking for a good brain enhancer. It will continue to get bought, simply because of its former association to Tim Ferriss.

Post-Ferriss BrainQuicken

The formula has changed a few times since Ferriss left, and it now contains ingredients including vinpocetine, salix alba, niacinamide, and choline. These ingredients have gotten positive reviews from nutritional critics, and they appear in many of the industry’s top supplements.

BodyBuilding.com is selling this supplement on its website, and it currently has an overall review score of 7.8 out of 10.0. BrainQuicken seems to have jumped from only a brain enhancer to being a work-out supplement as well. This lends us to believe it is more of a vasodilator than anything else, allowing more blood to flow throughout important areas of the body.

Pro’s and Con’s

Pro’s
– Well known brain enhancer
– Contains a long list of good active ingredients

Con’s
– No longer owned or operated by its founder
– Formula has been changed more than once
– Its brain enhancing characteristics have been called into doubt

Summary: BrainQuicken Lets More Blood Flow

BrainQuicken’s ingredient list is just there to impress hard core nootropics connoisseurs. This review found out that BrainQuicken is more of a supplement that increases oxygen levels and blood flow. It is good for the brain as well as the body, but there are better options available.

Total Score: 3.5 Stars (3.5 / 5)
Effectiveness: 3 Stars (3 / 5)
Ingredients: 4 Stars (4 / 5)
Side Effects: 4 Stars (4 / 5)
Value for the Money: 3 Stars (3 / 5)

Brain Pill Reviews Editors Choice

One Comment

  1. Julie July 19, 2016 4:59 am / Reply

    So-so

    I heard about this from the Tim Ferriss book but didn’t find out he was no longer with the company until after I bought BrainQuicken. New formula not as good as the old one, so I heard. I noticed some increased alertness but that was it.

Post a Brain Pill Review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

How we keep the site online: The team behind Brain Pill Reviews may receive a commission should you visit a manufacturer's website as a result of clicking a link or banner on this site. This never affects the price you pay, and you may even be incentivized by the manufacturer with a promotional offer on some of the products we review here. Thank you for your support in helping us keep this site up to date and relevant.

Discounts and promotions featured on this site: From time to time a manufacturer may pass on a discount or promotional code for our site visitors. We may also post details of any offers or valid discount/referral codes we find around the web. Please note that we hold no responsibility for these offers, nor if the code is valid at time of use. If the product you wish to purchase features a discount code then it is recommended to take advantage as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Disclaimer: Any products reviewed on this site are intended for use as a dietary supplement only. The products reviewed on this website are not intended to cure, prevent, diagnose, lessen, or mitigate any disease. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Results in these reviews noted and experienced may not be typical. Always consult with your physician before taking any new dietary supplement.

Site Map |Privacy Policy |Contact Us