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Neuro3x ReviewNeuro 3x Review: Three Times the Trouble?

Neuro 3x is a brain supplement newly introduced to the market and has gained somewhat of a vague reputation. Some claim it’s the most successful product they’ve tried while others swear it’s nothing but a scam. With ‘better ingredients’ and a ‘smarter formula’, Neuro 3x has confidently promised us that their product can effectively improve memory recall and focus while increasing overall brain health. Even though only a few of our readers have requested for us to review this product, we were interested to clear out the rumor mill. Did Will Smith actually try out Neuro 3x? Is this really the new revolutionary smart pill? Or is Neuro 3x just three times the trouble? Keep reading to find out.

We began our research by making our way to their official website.  There are three menu tabs available at the top of the page: ‘What is Neuro 3x’, ‘Does Neuro 3x work?’, and ‘Order Today!’. While the website is simple and easy to navigate through, we did find that it was not as informative as we hoped it to be. There is a brief outline of what Neuro 3x aims to achieve, how the formula blend works and what the costs of each order are.

Ingredients

While we were waiting to be impressed by the product’s top-notch formula, we quickly realized that they only mention one ingredient out of their proprietary blend – Phosphatidylcholine. This substance has been tested in clinical trials and has been proven to improve cognitive functions such as memory and learning.  However, a product wouldn’t be called a nootropic stack if it didn’t include more than a few substances, so we are still eager to see what’s exactly in Neuro 3x.

After finding its ingredients on SupplementCritique.com, we found out that Neuro 3x consists of St. John’s Wort, Glutamine, Phosphatidylserine complex, Bacopa Monnier, Acetyl L-Carnitine, DMAE Bitartrate, Ginkgo Biloba and Vinpocetine. Let’s go over each of these substances in detail to really evaluate the effectiveness of Neuro 3x.

  • St. John’s Wort: Helps to reduce symptoms of depression
  • Phosphatidylserine complex: May enhance growth of new brain cells
  • Bacopa Monnier: Interacts with dopamine levels and promotes neural communication
  • ALCAR: Effectively reduces chronic fatigue and prevent brain cell death
  • DMAE: Recently banned by the FDA for causing long-term brain cell deterioration
  • Ginkgo Biloba: Some researchers have claimed it to be effective as a cognitive enhancer, although no one really understands the precise mechanisms behind it
  • Vinpocetine: Increases blood flow to the brain and enhances focus

Pro’s and Con’s

Pro’s
– Contains several well-established nootropics

Con’s
– Limited customer reviews available

– Immoral marketing techniques

– Will Smith never used it

Total Score:  (2 / 5)
Effectiveness:  (2 / 5)
Ingredients:  (2 / 5)
Side Effects:  (2 / 5)
Value for the Money:  (2 / 5)

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