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Focus Fast ReviewFocus Fast Review: Forty ingredients to help you focus

Initial Thoughts

Our first impression of Focus Fast was one of amazement. We know this may be hard to believe, but Focus Fast contains over 40 ingredients! When we first saw this number we didn’t know whether to be excited or a little intimidated. But after quickly checking out the manufacturer and the ingredients we decided Focus Fast warranted a deeper look.

Focus Fast’s Manufacturer

Focus Fast is produced by Enyotic Health Sciences, which claims its products were created by top scientists and qualified medical doctors. The website was pretty nicely organized and we were impressed with how many different large and well known retail stores in the US actually carry Focus Fast.

Focus Fast’s Price

If you’re in the US, you can buy Focus Fast at Walmart, GNC Live Well, the Vitamin Shoppe, Vitamin World, and According to the Vitamin Shoppe’s website, one bottle costs $24.99 (USD) and we also found the product being sold on Amazon for $23.89.

Focus Fast’s Ingredients

According to Focus Fast’s website, you should take two capsules a day but you can take two additional capsules if you need the extra boost of energy. One bottle contains 40 capsules, so one bottle will last you twenty days or less.

The forty ingredients in Focus Fast are broken up into five different groups.

The first group of ingredients in Focus Fast are supposed to help you pay attention. In this group there is American ginseng, which reduces stress while increasing your energy, gotu kola, which can help reduce anxiety, alpha lipoic acid, which turns glucose into energy, acetyl l carnitive, which encourages energy production in cellular mitochondria and finally vinpocetine, which may improve cognitive function.

The second group aims to increase your neurological function. Part of this group choline, which is a chemical that converts to cytidine and choline upon digestion, l-tyrosine, which is used to treat depression and alleviate stress, and DMAE, which is a molecule that turns into acetylcholine, which is a learning transmitter that allows nerve cells to easily communicate.

The third group wants to help you make and keep your memories. One important ingredient that will hopefully let you accomplish this is ginkgo biloba, which helps increase the flow of information to the brain and therefore enhance your memory recall speed.

The final group of ingredients helps you focus. St. john’s wort may alleviate the symptoms of depression, l-theanine and green tea extract may help you calm down, and ginseng may provide you increased energy and improve the function of your nerves.

On top of everything listed above, Focus Fast contains vitamin-B complex and vitamin C. Vitamin B complex vitamins promote cell growth and may help you maintain your wellbeing. Vitamin C is a favourite vitamin around the world and is very important for various bodily functions.

Pro’s and Con’s


There are some pretty cool and unique ingredients included in Focus Fast.
Also, it doesn’t hurt to take your vitamins on a daily basis!


For supplements, the everything but the kitchen sink method is generally not encouraged because the ingredients might counteract each other.
The exact amounts of each ingredient aren’t listed, so we can’t be sure how much is actually in one serving.


There is a lot going on in Focus Fast, and to be honest, we were a bit overwhelmed. And we’ve read so many times that less is often times more when it comes to nootropics, so we were at first uncertain of what verdict to give. However, if you’re curious, then go for it and buy a bottle and see how it goes.

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

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