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Initial Thoughts:

At first glance, the Get Smart website seems a bit simple. However, we appreciated how at least information about their supplements was clearly displayed and easy to understand. We also were intrigued by the ingredients in the Get Smart formula and how easy it was to order a bottle, so obviously we were eager to discover more.

Manufacturer and website:

The Get Smart formula is produced by , a company based out of San Diego, CA, the US. In all, the Smart Nutrition website was pretty well laid out. While not the flashiest of websites, we were impressed with how the Smart Nutrition website clearly and easily displayed supplement information. It was easy for us to discover the price of each product and the amount and purpose of each ingredient. It was simple to figure out how to purchase Get Smart and perhaps most importantly, the website seemed pretty trustworthy and we were pretty sure we’d be able to process our order without getting scammed.

Regarding the manufacturer, the company Smart Nutrition appears to be small, but active in the nootropic world. Smart Nutrition currently sells numerous nootropics and various formulas for a variety of health issues. The company also participates in Alzheimer’s research and sells products specifically formulated to combat the disease.

Ingredients:

One ingredient is picamilon (80 mg), which is is a compound of niacin and GABA and is able to cross the blood brain barrier. Once it has cross the barrier, the GABA and niacin are able to immediately go to work. GABA may reduce anxiety in some people while niacin may widen blood vessels and the combined effect is thought to promote the thinking process. One other ingredient is gastrodin (80 mg), which encourages the release of neuroprotective chemicals and alpha GPC (60 mg), which is used to reduce the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. Pyritinol (50 mg) is a vitamin B6 compound and is used to treat cognitive disorders and learning disabilities in children while noopept (10 mg) is closely related to the chemical piracetam and is thought to be able to reduce the severity of age-related memory loss. Vinpocetine (2 mg), which actually is periwinkle plant extract, is known to have neuroprotective effects and is thought to increase blood flow to the brain. Also galantamine (500 mcg) is promoted to treat numerous memory deficiencies, including mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease.

Other ingredients include aniracetam (800 mg), which is a racetam family chemical that is lipid-soluble and is thought to have mental boosting effects and may inhibit anxiety. Centrophenoxine (400 mg) is thought to improve the symptoms of age-related memory loss in the elderly. Centrophenoxine is a cholinergic drug that functions as neurotransmitter, meaning it is part of the cellular communication process in the body. Other ingredients include CDP choline (144 mg), which is a chemical that converts to choline and cytidine (which in turn converts to cytidine) upon digestion. Both uridine and choline have neural-protective properties and are thought to reduce the symptoms of age-related memory loss.  Finally, there is huperzine A (100 mcg) which actually is Chinese club moss extract and is used to treat Alzheimer’s disease.

Cost:

A one month’s supply of Get Smart if bought on Smart Nutrition’s website costs $55.99 before tax. In our opinion, this is a bit too much to spend each month.

Pro’s and Con’s:

Pro’s:

  • Get Smart contains many well-known ingredients and most are at respectable doses.
  • Even if Get Smart doesn’t provide you with astounding mental clarity, it will at least perhaps prevent even early age-related mental decline.

Con’s:

  • Many of the ingredients were formulated for the elderly, so they may not have any effect on any of you that are young.

Summary:

In all, Get Smart seems like a strongly formulated stack that may provide some of you with relief from your foggy minds. While many of the ingredients may be ineffective for some, others may just provide you the exact relief you need.

Total Score: 3.5 Stars (3.5 / 5)

Effectiveness: 3 Stars (3 / 5)

Ingredients: 4 Stars (4 / 5)

Side Effects: 4 Stars (4 / 5)

Value for the Money: 3 Stars (3 / 5)

Price: $55.99

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