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Biohack Pure Review

Price: $69.95 / 60 capsules

BioHack Pure Review: Effective Nootropic
Total Score: 4 Stars (4 / 5)
Effectiveness: 4.5 Stars (4.5 / 5)
Ingredients: 4 Stars (4 / 5)
Side Effects: 4 Stars (4 / 5)
Value for the Money: 4 Stars (4 / 5)
BioHack Pure has been designed to “hack” your brain, which apparently means that this supplement finds a short cut through the synapses in the brain. It tricks the brain into thinking that it is smarter than it really is. This is an interesting concept that we wanted to investigate further.
Ingredients: The ingredients in BioHack Pure gave us a clue as to what this smart pill can do for those who take it. Read More…

Eureka Review

Price: $49.95 / 90 capsules

Eureka Review: Another Nootropic Supplement that Helps Some
Total Score: 2.5 Stars (2.5 / 5)
Effectiveness: 3 Stars (3 / 5)
Ingredients: 2.5 Stars (2.5 / 5)
Side Effects: 3 Stars (3 / 5)
Value for the Money: 2.5 Stars (2.5 / 5)
Do you remember having that Eureka moment, when you realized that you could improve your studies or work by taking a study drug like Adderall? For many, Adderall or one of its amphetamine cousins was the first entrance to the world of brain enhancers. Professional athletes use supplements and steroids, and if you are a professional student or business person, Read More…


Price: $69.99 / 60 capsules

Focal Fuel Review: Another Mediocre Memory Supplement
Total Score: 2.5 Stars (2.5 / 5)
Effectiveness: 3 Stars (3 / 5)
Ingredients: 3 Stars (3 / 5)
Side Effects: 2 Stars (2 / 5)
Value for the Money: 2 Stars (2 / 5)
Focal Fuel is not a stimulant, and it is not a replacement for Adderall or other amphetamine salts. It contains some of the most popular extracts, like gingko biloba, St. John’s wort, acetyl-L carnitine, and phosphatidylserine complex. These things work well when they are blended together properly. This is the problem that most supplements have. They contain the right ingredients, Read More…


Price: $8 / 60 capsules

Brain Alert Review: Be Alert and Do Not Buy This Pill
Total Score: 1 Stars (1 / 5)
Effectiveness: 0.5 Stars (0.5 / 5)
Ingredients: 1.5 Stars (1.5 / 5)
Side Effects: 1 Stars (1 / 5)
Value for the Money: 1 Stars (1 / 5)
Brain Alert is another crappy brain enhancer that does not work. Our own review is confirmed by reviews online and my customer reviews on Amazon. Brain Alert seems to currently be on fire sale, selling for about 15% of similar supplements. You can pick up a bottle of this for $8; most other supplements are priced at $50 or more per bottle. Read More…


Price: $39.95 / 30 capsules

Focus Boost Review: The Modern Nootropic Supplement

Total Score: 4 Stars (4 / 5)
Effectiveness: 5 Stars (5 / 5)
Ingredients: 4 Stars (4 / 5)
Side Effects: 4 Stars (4 / 5)
Value for the Money: 3 Stars (3 / 5)
Focus Boost is one of the newest nootropics to hit the market, but that has not stopped its makers from booking sales right out the gate. Focus Boost focuses on a core set of ingredients that have scientific evidence to show that they work well to increase focus, concentration, and memory. Specifically, Focus Boost is made up of vinpocetine, GABA, and bacopa, along with Read More…


Price: $119.99

Brain Retain Review: Stay Away from this Expensive Fake
Total Score: 0.5 Stars (0.5 / 5)
Effectiveness: 0.5 Stars (0.5 / 5)
Ingredients: 1 Stars (1 / 5)
Side Effects: 0.5 Stars (0.5 / 5)
Value for the Money: 0.0 Stars (0.0 / 5)
Brain Retain is one of the more pitiful attempts at copying successful brain enhancers like Alpha Brain and NITROvit. Brain Retain’s website looks like a child designed it, and the terrible embedded video, which is basically a crude PowerPoint presentation designed in Microsoft Office 97, does nothing to ease our fears. Read More…


Price: $9.87 / 100 capsules

Twinlab DMAE Review: An Affordable Option for the Brain

Total Score: 3 Stars (3 / 5)
Effectiveness: 3 Stars (3 / 5)
Ingredients: 3 Stars (3 / 5)
Side Effects: 3 Stars (3 / 5)
Value for the Money: 3 Stars (3 / 5)
Twinlab is a reputable pharmaceutical and supplement company that has its own NSF GMP registered lab and production facility. They produce this bottle of 100 capsules of DMAE, which is officially known as 2-dimethylaminoethanol. This substance can be found in fish and received a lot of attention around the same time omega-3 and fish oil did. Read More…


Price: $78 / 120 capsules

Braino Review: Braino or Drano?
Total Score: 0 Stars (0 / 5)
Effectiveness: 0 Stars (0 / 5)
Ingredients: 0 Stars (0 / 5)
Side Effects: 0 Stars (0 / 5)
Value for the Money: 0 Stars (0 / 5)
Braino is a sort of odd nootropic offering that we just happened across. It is not easy to find, but it is offered by Amazon Nutrition, which is apparently a supplement maker that offers its supplements online via its website. There is no Amazon listing, no eBay listing, and no other listing we could find. There are not many reviews written about this product Read More…

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