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floraheal-brain-focusFloraheal Brain Focus Review: Organic, Kosher Certified Brain Booster

Our First Impressions

Most of us are aware that overtime, our ability to focus and remember pieces of information worsen, leaving us without that same fresh mental edge. To prevent this memory and concentration failure, many invest in products such as Floraheal’s Brain Focus, in hope to regain some of the cognitive skills that may have gone downhill. Floraheal is an herbal supplement company that aims to improve people’s health and overall wellbeing. Their products are entirely kosher and organic certified, providing a suitable option for those who follow Jewish traditions. From what we’ve seen so far, it seems as though Floraheal is a reliable company that sells affordable supplements with natural ingredients. Let’s put it to the test!

Marketing Practices of Brain Focus   

Floraheal’s products are available on their main website and Amazon.com, although the prices seem to be spiked up when purchased via the latter. We have not encountered any sort of reckless marketing practices from their part. Their website is also well designed and clear about specific information regarding their location, laboratory and formulations. Well done, Floraheal!

Ingredients

The active ingredients in Floraheal’s Brain Focus are Mistletoe extract (Viscum album), Rosemary extract (Rosmarinus officinalis) and the world’s beloved Panax Ginseng. All of these herbal tonics have been tied with results such as lower levels of anxiety and improved focus.

More specifically, Panax Ginseng (other names: Korean or Asian Ginseng) is widely popular for its abilities to promote mental health. The herb can generally be used to improve focus and boost mental energy, however men specifically have seen improvements with sexual dysfunction (that’s a nice bonus for the guys!).

Rosemary is a herb that has long been known to improve aspects of memory. The extract has both anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, making it a great option for those looking to not only boost memory capacity but also protect it.

Lastly, we have Mistletoe, which is quite an interesting tonic to include in the formula. Mistletoe is mostly known to reduce and regulate blood pressure. However, certain cases have shown improvements in memory and that’s because high blood pressure may oftentimes lead to memory interferences.

Overall, we are intrigued by Floraheal’s interesting and unique choices of herbal extracts to include in their formula. Although it is certainly not the most impressive list of ingredients we’ve seen, we appreciate Floraheal’s efforts of sticking to their claim of creating organic and herbal supplements.

Pro’s and Con’s

Pro’s

  • Cheap
  • Organic, kosher certified ingredients
  • May help with focus and memory

Con’s

  • Formula is not strong enough for those with severe attention issues
  • Is not designed as ADD/ADHD medication alternative
  • May not work for everyone

Cost and Summary of Brain Focus  

Brain Focus by Floraheal is designed as a supplement with all-natural, herbal ingredients that can help to boost memory and focus abilities. While the three tonics included in the formula (Panax Ginseng, Rosemary and Mistletoe) are good options, we do believe that there are stronger nootropic stacks available for those looking for an extra boost. Then again, Brain Focus is sold at a very good price of $28.49/month and there is a 100% satisfaction guarantee, meaning if the product does not work for you the company will be happy to refund your money. Our biggest concern at this point is the lack of consumer reviews available online. However, the ingredients packed into Brain Focus have been shown to bring good results (at least when taken separately).

Total Score:  3.4 Stars (3.4 / 5)
Effectiveness:  3.3 Stars (3.3 / 5)
Ingredients:  3.3 Stars (3.3 / 5)
Side Effects:  3.5 Stars (3.5 / 5)
Value for the Money:  3.6 Stars (3.6 / 5)

Price: $28.49/month

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