Focus Excel Review: A potent but natural blend for your brain
Focus Excel is a potent but natural nutrient blend for your brain. It claims to provide you a safe and natural yet effective way of reclaiming your mental function. Focus Excel seems to be pretty popular from the numerous reviews we found online, and we can understand why. Focus Excel has a pretty nice website and also the Focus Excel formula has a large number of unique and exciting ingredients in one dose. We couldn’t help but to be curious and want to find out more.
Focus Excel’s Manufacturer
Focus Excel is manufactured by the company Hellolife, which currently sells eighteen natural supplements and homeopathic medicines. Hellolife stays active in the supplement world by maintaining a blog and releasing newsletters featuring tips on how to stay healthy.
If you’re afraid of buying certain supplements online, it seems like you could trust this company at least. Hellolife provides a 60-day money back guarantee and its payment system is secured through two different agencies. Hellolife also is a member of TrustPilot, which is a website where you can make complaints and rate companies. We looked on Hellolife’s TrustPilot page, and it appears that HelloLife takes customer complaints seriously and attempts to address any issues brought to their attention.
Focus Excel’s Cost
On Hellolife’s website, you can buy one bottle for $29.95 but buy two for $54.95. If you buy the combo option for $84.95, you will get two bottles of Focus Excel and two other bottles of a bonus product for free.
Focus Excel’s Ingredients
One bottle of Focus Excel contains 60 capsules and since one serving is two capsules, one bottle will last you about a month. Focus Excel’s formula is broken up into a group of vitamins and then a proprietary herbal blend.
Focus Excel’s formula contains numerous vitamins, such as vitamin B6, which helps produce norepinephrine and serotonin, both of which boost your mood and also vitamin B5, which is necessary for the production of red blood cells. It also includes niacinamide, which aids our bodies with the production of neurotransmitters and folic acid which aids in tissue growth, and vitamin B12, which helps maintain an equilibrium in your central nervous system.
Focus Excel also contains a proprietary herbal blend. The first ingredient is cordyceps sinensis, which is a fungus found on certain caterpillars in certain mountainous regions in China that is used as a natural tonic and adaptogen. One other ingredient is phosphatidylserine, which is used to treat age-related mental decline.
Focus Excel also contains l-tyrosine, which is an amino acid used to enhance mental performance and also alpha lipoic acid, an antioxidant that helps turn glucose into energy. Two more ingredients are vinpocetine and ginkgo biloba, both of which may increase blood flow to the brain. There is also choline bitartrate, which is taken to prevent memory loss due to ageing, and eleuthero root extract, which may work as an adaptogen, while mucuna pruriens seed extract contains L-DOPA, a precursor to dopamine, which may be useful for the treatment of depression.
Pro’s and Con’s
- The website seems trustworthy, which makes us think the company is trustworthy.
- There are many cool and unique ingredients in Focus Excel, so you might just discover a new ingredient works for you.
- The exact amount of each ingredient in the proprietary blend isn’t listed.
- There are so many ingredients that they might counteract each other and end up not being effective.
Overall the company impressed us and since you may not get another chance to try some of the cool ingredients in Focus Excel, why not give it a try?
Total Score: (3.5 / 5)
Effectiveness: (3 / 5)
Ingredients: (3 / 5)
Side Effects: (4 / 5)
Value for the Money: (4 / 5)