Brain Retain Review: Stay Away from this Expensive Fake
Brain Retain is one of the more pitiful attempts at copying successful brain enhancers like Alpha Brain and NITROvit. Brain Retain’s website looks like a child designed it, and the terrible embedded video, which is basically a crude PowerPoint presentation designed in Microsoft Office 97, does nothing to ease our fears. We went on over to the Amazon listing, which is the most expensive of all the nootropics we have reviewed. This will set you back $120. The Amazon reviews are all 5 stars, but somehow the fact that there are only 3 makes us worried. Brain Retain is a relabeled bottle of powder and tea leaves.
If You Order This, You Must Have Really Need a Supplement
Only the most desperate, uninformed people will place orders for this. We know you need help with focus and concentration, but just stay with us for another few minutes and read about some of the best brain enhancers, as reviewed on this site. Brain Retain is little more than an expensive attempt at copying nootropics from 10 years ago. The worst thing about it is that is gives other supplements a bad name.
Pro’s and Con’s
– There are none
– The most expensive nootropics supplement we have reviewed
– Created by a mysterious doctor
– Contains good ingredients but at trace levels
– Does not work
Summary: Brain Retain Retains the Lead for Worst Memory Supplement
Brain Retain is not good. It is expensive, and it does not work. There are no redeeming qualities about this one. Move on.
Total Score: (0.5 / 5)
Effectiveness: (0.5 / 5)
Ingredients: (1 / 5)
Side Effects: (0.5 / 5)
Value for the Money: (0.0 / 5)