NuMatrix by NeuroPharm Review: Formula? Great. Marketing Techniques? Not So Great.
Our First Impressions
NeuroPharm Labs has created a cognitive boosting product called NuMatrix to ensure that you can perform and work to the best of your abilities everyday.
The product delivers an improvement in memory, focus, and overall mental performance through what they claim to be a clinically tested formula, which contains FDA approved ingredients.
Although NuMatrix’ formula itself has not undergone clinical trials, most of the individual ingredients in the product, such as L-Theanine, Caffeine and Acetyl L-Carnitine, have.
At this point NuMatrix just sounds like every other nootropic supplement we’ve reviewed, but let’s give it a chance to shine and prove itself. Will NuMatrix unleash better focus, memory and clarity or is the product just all talk?
Marketing Practices of NeuroPharm Labs
NeuroPharm markets its product NuMatrix through its official website as well as the online social network Twitter.
Their website outlines the product’s benefits, ingredients, and a list of research that show the mechanism and prove the effectiveness of each ingredient.
While we were so close to giving them a clear in terms of marketing practices, we couldn’t help but notice that they boasted about their product being featured on news platforms i.e. The Boston Globe, Chron, StarTribune, ABC7 and more. And what do you know? Surprise! We couldn’t find NuMatrix being mentioned on any of these sites. Talk about awkward.
NuMatrix’ formula consists of:
Vitamin E 22.4 IU:
As beneficial as Vitamin E is, clinical trials have shown that supplementing with it only provides significant results to those who are deficient of the nutrient.
Niacin 20 mg:
Helps with energy production and the maintenance of overall health. Supplementing with Niacin is known to cause skin redness or flushing because it dilates blood vessels. However, a serving as low as 20 mg should not cause this side effect.
Vitamin B6 36 mg:
Protects your memory and helps to lift overall mood.
Folic Acid 400 mcg:
Aids with the creation of new cells and prevents cell damage by providing antioxidant protection.
Vitamin B12 500 mcg:
Increases cellular metabolism and helps with mental energy production.
L-Theanine 250 mg:
Provides relaxation without causing drowsiness or laziness. L-Theanine boosts focus and mental energy in a gradual and long-lasting manner.
Caffeine Anhydrous 126 mg:
Increases mental energy and focus.
Acetyl L-Carnitine 90 mg:
Gets rid of fatigue and helps you kickstart the day with a motivated and positive attitude.
Inositol 50 mg:
Encourages serotonin release, leading to better and a more relaxed mood. Also works by improving cell-to-cell interaction, which results in greater clarity and improved thinking skills.
Vinpocetine 10 mg:
Stimulates blood flow to the brain and interacts with neurotransmitters to boost focus and concentration. A serving of 10 mg, however, is typically insufficient to bring results.
Pro’s and Con’s
– Well-made formula with kickass nootropic ingredients such as Acetyl L-Carnitine, L-Theanine and Vinpocetine
– Company offers a 30-day, no questions asked, 100% money back guarantee
– Company uses sketchy marketing techniques
– Dosage of some ingredients may be too low to bring results
Cost and Summary of NuMatrix
There are several aspects to NuMatrix that are worthy of praise, such as the product’s formula, which contains several effective nootropic ingredients i.e. Vinpocetine, Acetyl L-Carnitine, and L-Theanine.
If you order the product, give it a try and feel absolutely nothing then you want to give it more time to kick in. Supplements such as NuMatrix contains ingredients that work overtime, so with extended use you should see improvements in overall mental performance.
Since the product is available for purchase on Amazon.com, there are few consumers who have shared their experiences with the product. Shockingly, 86% of these customers have rated the product 5 out of 5 stars – which if you ask us, is somewhat unrealistic.
We’re definitely not accusing the company of doing anything dodgy, but because they were so comfortable to share the false fact that NuMatrix has been featured on news sites like The Boston Globe, we have to admit that their marketing practices are questionable.
So overall, we can’t say that NuMatrix has ticked all our boxes. But in terms of formula and price alone, it would be a fair choice for you to give the product a go.
Total Score: (3.435 / 5)
Effectiveness: (3.5 / 5)
Ingredients: (3.5 / 5)
Side Effects: (3.3 / 5)
Value for the Money: (3.3 / 5)