Price: $19.99 on Amazon.com
It would be a mistake to ignore Amazon.com’s #1 Best-Selling product in the St. John’s Wort Supplements sector. Neuro Clarity by Nutrition Essentials is a cognitive boosting supplement that promises to improve focus and memory through its all-natural, ‘holistic’ blend of ingredients. Being such a popular product on Amazon.com, we would’ve thought that there would be more information available regarding the company, testimonials, etc. Nonetheless, we are hoping that the results we get from Neuro Clarity would be somewhat memorable. Tempted to buy this product but wondering whether it will really work? This review will go over the ingredients, results, advantages and disadvantages of the product. To help you getting you a step closer to making that decision.
What’s in it?
The active ingredients in Neuro Clarity are:
St. John’s Wort – 250 mg: A popular supplement used to treat depression, anxiety, stress and any of the symptoms that come along with them. Only bad side with this one is that it can cause adverse side effects. Such as light sensitivity, skin irritation, high blood pressure, dizziness, etc.
Glutamine – 150 mg: Improves mood and reduces irritability – great for enhanced focus.
Phosphatidylserine – 125 mg: Mostly serves to improve memory capacity and recall.
Bacopa Monnieri – 100 mg: This nootropic traditional herb promotes cognitive health by providing neuro-protective properties.
Acetyl-L Carnitine – 50 mg: Effective in reducing fatigue and clearing up brain fog.
DMAE – 50 mg: So DMAE is one of those nootropics that we feel bittersweet about. It used to be this great supplement that people took all the time to boost brain function. Recently, however, the FDA made a little announcement that changed things up a little bit. It turns out that long-term use of DMAE can lead to unwanted side effects such as damaged brain cells.
Ginkgo Biloba – 50 mg: Ginkgo improves blood flow throughout the brain, leading to high levels of focus and concentration. This ancient herb is a good option for those who prefer to go the more natural route.
Vinpocetine – 2 mg: Vinpocetine is a great nootropic that primarily works by dilating blood vessels in the brain. Thus, improving blood circulation. This ultimately supports the production of ATP energy in the brain, which lead to improved focus and thinking abilities. Vinpocetine is very versatile in that it can be used to treat a bunch of different cases and people. For instance, Vinpocetine may be recommended for use by those who struggle with post-stroke complications. The nootropic compound can also, however, be a student’s best friend during exam week. To see optimal results, about 15-45 mg of Vinpocetine should be taken per day. That’s quite a miss, Neuro Clarity.
What it does for you
Check out the things that a couple of folks have said about the product:
“Okay finally finished my bottle and here’s my legit honest review. The first few days I took it, my stomach burned really bad about a half hour after taking it, but that is literally the only negative side effect I experienced. I really didn’t feel any kind of upper effect, I just felt normal. I lost most of my depression and am currently out. Waiting until payday to get more. So for those who take it one time and say it doesn’t work, give it time :)”
“The product’s content are decent, but I did not like how the company (the company is a marketing company – look at the side of the bottle) is: 1) selling something that does not come from a lab testing environment 2) ask you to give a 5 star review and states that Amazon will penalize them if you do not. I feel like I have been “gotten”. They don’t even have a website. How sketchy is that? I am kicking myself in the butt for only going off the pure astronomical number of Amazon reviews they had. They are just trying obtain the title “best overall” in their category with their marketing prowess. Think twice before you trust these pills in your body.”
Neuro Clarity would be worth to take into consideration if you’re a beginner nootropic user. It contains solid ingredients such as Vinpocetine and Acetyl-L Carnitine, but not in doses that are nearly high enough for some of us who are more advanced. Just as an example, a dose of 5-10 mg of Vinpocetine should be taken 3-4 times a day (totaling to 15-45 mg). Each Neuro Clarity serving, however, only contains 2 little milligrams of the stuff.
Additionally, Neuro Clarity’s formula is perfectly acceptable. Yet it would not come close in terms of ability to perform when compared to potent racetams such as Piracetam. If you’ve never tried nootropics before and are curious to get a sneak peak. Then Neuro Clarity would be a recommended buy. For those of you who never settle for less than the best.
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