Brain Hacker Nootropic Review

(Last Updated On: September 13, 2017)

Brain Hacker Nootropic Review

Does Brain Hacker Really Work? – I Put It To The Test

I was recently contacted by Colorado based 303 Supplements, the guys behind Brain Hacker, a naturally formulated nootropic supplement….. They asked me, that if they sent me a bottle, would I be willing to try out and write a review of their product, I of course jumped at the chance, I love it when I get to try a new supplement for the first time…

It arrived a couple of weeks ago, and here are my thoughts so far:

Brain Hacker 

Brain Hacker is a natural nootropic supplement that the makers claim will help by providing the following benefits:

  • Improved memory, learning and concentration
  • Overall feeling of well-being and positivity
  • Increased alertness
  • Better overall brain health and cognitive function

Brain Hacker is suitable for all – in fact anybody who is looking to enhance their Memory, Focus, Mental Energy and Brain Health in general

Whats In Brain Hacker

The formula was put together in a CGMP lab, and contains fully detailed doses of the following:

  • Phosphatidylserine 150mg
  • L-Glutamine 150mg
  • Bacopa Monnieri 75mg
  • Gingko Biloba 50mg
  • N-Acetyl L-Carnitine 50mg
  • DMAE 50mg
  • Caffeine 25mg
  • Gamma – Aminobutyric Acid 7mg
  • Vinpocetine 5mg

How To Take Brain Hacker

The directions are as follows…

Take 1 capsule per day after Breakfast… If you experience no issues or adverse effects from the stimulants in the mix, you can increase to 2 or even 3 capsules per day, but do it gradually, to ensure that you do not experience any side effects..

Reported Side Effects

As you increase the dose, side effects that might be experienced could include headaches, nausea, stomach upset and mild skin irritation… if you do experience any of these effects, simply reduce the dose, and they should diminish and in most cases stop completely

Users Feedback

There is a distinct lack of independent user feedback out there online, even the manufacturers official website has no testimonials…

From my own perspective, after trying Brain Hacker for 2 weeks ( I took 1 capsule for 3 days and now take 2 capsules per day) with just a few capsules left, I have to report some mild improvements in awareness and concentration, I actually do think that my memory has slightly improved in the past week…. I am not going to say that Brain Hacker is the most effective nootropic that I have tried because it’s not, but it certainly does something…

Where To Buy Brain Hacker

You can order Brain Hacker directly from the manufacturers officials website, a bottle contain 30 capsules ( 15 days supply at 2 per day) will cost you $34.95… you can save money by ordering 2 or 3 bottles at one time

Cash Back Guarantee

The makers do offer a 30 day return and full refund policy, but it’s not actually clear in the terms and conditions if this only applies to unopened products

My Thoughts

There is no doubt that Brain Hacker contains some proven nootropic ingredients… However I have made it no secret that I do not like products that contain caffeine, aside from the problems that it can cause anybody who is intolerant to stimulants…

I believe that some manufacturers put it in the mix to give users the feeling or impression that the product is actually working… it generally gives a short lived energy hit, rather like the buzz you can get from a cup of expresso, in real scientific terms it actually does not have any actual nootropic benefits, aside from a burst of energy..

My only other concern is the inclusion of DMAE in the mix… it is thought to be safe for most users but should not be taken by women who are pregnant or trying to become pregnant, it has also been linked to some side effects that include increased blood pressure, depression, constipation, confusions and vivid dreams ( source WEbmd)

To Sum Up – Brain Hacker is a reasonable nootropic, although at $70 per month at recommended dose it’s not cheap and should (as long as you can tolerate stimulants) provide many of you with some noticeable benefits, but If I am being totally honest, I believe that there are better nootropic products out there….

The information in this website is for advice and guidance only. It is based on my own intensive research into nootropics and my personal experiences with certain products. It is not intended to replace professional medical advice, or to diagnose or treat any health conditions. All rights reserved.