Noocube vs Brain Pill
I Compare The Key Differences Between 2 Of My Top Rated Nootropics.
Today I have taken the chance to put two of my top rated nootropics head to head and have tried to determine which one is the best option to choose…. Its quite hard as I do personally rate both these products, but here goes….
Noocube contains a fully disclosed ingredient profile that reads like this:
- Alpha GPC 50mg
- Huperzine A 100mcg
- AC11 Cats Claw 175mg
- Bacopa Monnieri 250mg
- Oat Straw 150mg
- L-Theanine 100mg
- L-Tyrosine 250mg
- Pterostilbene 14mcg
Brain Pill Contains The Following (also fully disclosed) Per Serving
- Vitamin B6 5mg
- Folic Acid 400mcg
- Vitamin B12 50mcg
- Pantothenic Acid 30mg
- Cognizin 250mg
- Synapsa 320mg
- L-Tyrosine 175mg
- Phosphatidyserine 100mg
- Gingko Biloba 100mg
- DHA Complex 100mg
- L-Theanine 100mg
- Huperzia Serrata 5mg
- Vinpocetine 5mg
Directions For Use
Brain Pill suggest that 1 capsule should be taken twice a day ( morning and afternoon)..
Noocube recommend that you take 2 capsules in the morning with breakfast…
Both should be taken with water to ease digestion and absorption
Noocube is still relatively new, but there are some positive reports trickling through now from independent users who definitely report noticeable improvements in memory, concentration and focus….
From my own personal point of view, I tried Noocube for 3 weeks, and can confirm that there are some positive effects.. I experienced a slight improvement in short term memory, my focus was better and I found that working through complicated projects definitely cam easier…
Brain Pill has the backing of a guy called Ken Jennings… for those who aren’t from the US, he is the record breaking winner of the top rated quiz show Jeopardy.. he won 74 games in a row – an astonishing feat and he cites Brain Pill for helping him to remember crucial facts and recall with ease..
Other users have also experienced tremendous improvements in memory, and the increased ability to concentrate, learn and create…
My own experience with Brain Pill was also positive, within 10 days of my starting to take it, I felt more energised, awake and mentally alert…. I always struggled in the past with remembering key things, birthdays, anniversaries etc, but this helped massively….
Where To Buy Noocube and Brain Pill
Both are available direct from the respective manufacturers websites..
Noocube currently costs $43.23 for a months supply
Brain Pill currently costs $76.99 for a months supply
Both offer a manufacturers cash back guarantee, with Brain Pill being sold with a 67 day cash back guarantee, Noocube has a very slightly shorter guarantee at 60 days
My Thoughts and Conclusion
Both of these products offer a tried and tested formula, that certainly do offer some decent brain boosting results…they both have similar cash back guarantees ( Brain Pill just slightly longer) and both have largely positive feedback from independent users…
From my one point of view if I had to choose between the two the winner would be Brainpill (just).. the reason for this is that it is formulated with a better list of ingredients…. Although its the more expensive of the two, I think the ingredient list is more all-encompassing than Noocube, although the latter does have some proven ingredients in its formula.
If I had one criticism of both these two, it was that the results from both were short-lived…. when I stopped taking both of them, the effects did seem to wear off within a few days….Noocube very slightly quicker than BrainPill
This did not happen with my top rated product Mind Lab Pro … the positive effects lasted for weeks after I initially stopped and is the main reason why I went back to them bought a full supply and still use it to this day…
It has a fantastic, scientifically put together formula, that I honestly don’t think any other product can match…
Both Brain Pill and Noocube are perfectly acceptable and decent nootropics, but for me neither matches up to Mind Lab Pro..