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Nootrobrain reviewNootrobrain Review: Pure nootropics at a proper dose

Initial Thoughts

Nootrobrain first caught our eye because of its awesome logo. Nootrobrain claims to provide “pure nootropics at a proper dose”, which is exactly what we’re looking for in a nootropic. Nootrobrain also appears to be very popular within the nootropic world, and we were able to find several seemingly honest and trustworthy reviews of the product. Some were positive and some were negative, but at least people were talking about it. Nootropics come and go in this industry pretty quickly, so it made us curious. If there’s so much talk about one supplement, there must be something there, right?

Nootrobrain’s Manufacturer

Nootrobrain is sold by a company also called Nootrobrain. Nootrobrain’s website is well organized and very thorough. Nootrobrain’s website not only explains what a nootropic is, (if you’re interested according to Nootrobrain a Romanian doctor amalgamated the word ‘nous’, meaning mind, and ‘trepein’, meaning bend) but it also provides clear information on how to order Nootrobrain, how to contact the company with issues or complaints, and it actually lists every ingredient and the exact amount of each one. What’s even more impressive is that Nootrobrain provides free shipping and a 100% money back guarantee. So the website gets an A+ from us.

Nootrobrain’s Price

One bottle of Nootrobrain contains 60 capsules. The makers of Nootrobrain suggest taking two capsules daily, so one bottle will last about a month.

One bottle of Nootrobrain costs $67 (USD) on Nootrobrain’s website.

Nootrobrain’s Ingredients

According to its creators, Nootrobrain is able to provide intense and effective relief with only four magical ingredients.

The first of these ingredients is aniracetam. Aniracetam is a lipid-soluble chemical that is a member of the racetam family, which can have mind-altering effects when consumed. Aniracetam decreases the rate of AMPA receptor desensitization, which typically leads to an intense and extended feeling of stimulation. People have reported that taking aniracetam opened their mind yet also lowered their anxiety and nervous thoughts.

The second ingredient in Nootrobrain is vitamin B-6. Vitamin B-6 is vital for our bodies to produce norepinephrine and serotonin, both of which transmit signals to the brain. With better and faster communication to the brain one’s symptoms of depression can be reduced. Vitamin B-6 also increases the production of hemoglobin, which allows the body to more easily provide oxygen to the brain, and helps in the formation of myelin which is a layer of protein that forms around nerve cells.

The third ingredient is CDP-choline, which converts to choline and cytidine when it’s digested, with cytidine then turning into uridine. You can take CDP-choline to prevent and treat your age-related memory loss, but it is also may work for younger people to help increase their attention rate.

The final ingredient in Nootrobrain is bacopa monnieri, which is a herb from India that reduces levels of nervousness and relieves anxiety. Bacopa accomplishes this through the combination of bacoside A and B, both of which increase electrical signals within the brain.

Pro’s and Con’s


We like how there are only four ingredients, and we know exactly how much of each ingredient is in one serving.
The company and website seem to be legit.


It’s a little expensive. A one month supply is $70 to $80, which is actually quite a lot for a nootropic.


In general, we think Nootrobrain is a pretty good supplement. People seem to be talking a lot about Nootrobrain, but with the mix of reviews, it may or may not work for you. But overall Nootrobrain seems like it wouldn’t hurt and it may just give you the relief you need.

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

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