Focal Fuel Review: Another Mediocre Memory Supplement
Focal Fuel is not a stimulant, and it is not a replacement for Adderall or other amphetamine salts. It contains some of the most popular extracts, like gingko biloba, St. John’s wort, acetyl-L carnitine, and phosphatidylserine complex. These things work well when they are blended together properly. This is the problem that most supplements have. They contain the right ingredients, but they do not do what they should.
Just because you put grapes in a barrel does not mean you can make a good wine. There are a lot of amateurs in this industry, and Focal Fuel’s makers are included. If they would price this like Twinlab’s DMAE, then this review would not be so critical. However, at over $50 per bottle, this is an expensive batch of powdered plants. What a lot of people are doing now is buying the ingredients themselves and making house blends. This way, you get more of each active ingredient for a lot less money.
Focal Fuel Gets Returned
After we realized that Focal Fuel was a no-go, we tried to return the unopened bottles. This was rejected, even though there is a clear guarantee on the website. We called various associates, who probably do not even work for Focal Fuel, and we could not get a refund. The only offer we were given was a 50% off voucher for our next purchase of Focal Fuel. No thanks.
Pro’s and Con’s
– It has a lot of good ingredients listed on the label
– The order came quickly
– The order could not be returned quickly
– We had major issues trying to get a refund
– The blend was improper, and not effective
Summary: Focal Fuel Should Be Passed Over In Favor of Others
Focal Fuel shows us the other side of the nootropics supplement market. There are a lot of nootropics supplements that have good ingredient lists that just do not work. Unfortunately for us, we got stuck with a 3 month supply.
Total Score: (2.5 / 5)
Effectiveness: (3 / 5)
Ingredients: (3 / 5)
Side Effects: (2 / 5)
Value for the Money: (2 / 5)