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Twin Lab Review

Price: $9.87 / 100 capsules

Twinlab DMAE Review: An Affordable Option for the Brain

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. Fish oil continues to be a popular supplement, sold by the top vitamin and supplement makers around the world.

Twinlab DMAE is one of the cheapest brain enhancing products on the market. Through its own website, it is around $10. On Amazon.com, Twinlab DMAE costs just $15 for a 3-pack. There have been studies done with ADHD patients and DMAE, and while there is no monumental evidence, there are preliminary reports that suggest DMAE helps with brain functioning. These are the reports that Twinlab and other makers of DMAE hope to see more of.

How Twinlab DMAE Performs in Testing

We decided to take Twinlab’s DMAE for a trial run. We doubled up on dosage to 2 pills per day so we could conclude the testing within 2 months. Our own review mirrored that of other people’s reviews found on Amazon’s and Walgreens’ websites. About half of the people who took it reported improvement to concentration and focus. The other half reported uncomfortable symptoms such as shortness of breath and headaches. The increase in blood flow is likely the culprit.

Pro’s and Con’s

Pro’s
– Very affordable brain enhancer
– Works in about half of the people who use it

Con’s
– Only contains 2-dimethylaminoethanol, so is lacking vinpocetine and other essential brain supplements
– Only works in about half of the people who use it

Summary: Twinlab DMAE Is Worth a Try

The DMAE supplement that Twinlab makes is a pretty high quality supplement, and at its price point, it is hard to beat. For those who want to get into brain supplements, Twinlab’s DMAE is a great first choice.

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)

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2 Comments

  1. Joe June 20, 2015 5:49 am / Reply

    I think it is working

    DMAE has been shown to improve memory and cognition, so I tried this vitamin. I suppose I feel better than I did, but it is hard to tell. I guess I should keep taking it and see what sort of long-term results I get.

    3.5 stars from me so far. Joe.

  2. MeganW-_-W June 20, 2015 5:52 am / Reply

    Not a bad supplement. I have taken a lot of supplements and this one is good IMO. At least it seems that the ingredients list is good. It is cheap, so I tried it. I will keep taking it until the bottle is gone and report back.

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