FreeMind Elevate Review
Can Elevate Really Raise Your Brain Power?
A new natural nootropic supplement was launched earlier this year, called Elevate, it is produced by FreeMind Nootropics, a Californian based company..
The makers of Elevate tell us that it provides some excellent results, by boosting brain health, it claims that it can increase memory, focus and concentration, along with increased ability to recall facts and figures…
The Formula In Elevate
The makers of Elevate tell us whats in the formula, just not how much of anything is in the mix….
Each serving contains unknown amounts of :
- Acetyl-L Carnitine
- Gingko Biloba
- Vitamin B6
- Bacopa Monnieri
- Rhodiola Rosea
How To Take Elevate
The manufacturers directions are to take 2 capsules daily with a light meal ( breakfast or lunch) you can increase this to a maximum of 4 per day if required
There are no independent reviews currently available, on the official website there are the obligatory gushing reviews and videos that should realistically be taken with a pinch of salt…. We will keep looking out and as and when any obviously genuine independent reviews appear, we will post details there..
Reported Side Effects
There have been no reported side effects from the use of Elevate, but that said, one of the ingredients raised a slight concern with us… From our studies into natural nootropic ingredients we found that Ashwagandha has been linked to causing redness and inflammation/burning of the penis on some occasions…. something that could be a concern to any potential male buyers…
Where To Buy
You can buy Elevate direct from the official Free Mind Nootropics website..
It is currently not available while the makers try and raise $20,000 in funds to pay for more stock, but it will cost you $39.99 for 60 capsules when it’s finally available again
The makers do offer a 30 day cash back guarantee..
It has to be said that barring Ashwagandha and its possible male affecting side effect, the makers have actually put together (on paper) a reasonable nootropic supplement.. most of the ingredients do have clinical backing behind them for their brain boosting benefits…
The trouble is that they (the makers) prefer to hide the actual quantities of each individual compound in each dose, so quite simply we do not know if there is actually enough of anything in the mix for it to have any effect…
I am also concerned about the makers public call for $20,000 of investment to help them produce and market more of their product…. it doesn’t give you a lot of faith when buying from a company that is so obviously cash poor… I have no doubt that their intentions are honourable, but it makes you worry about their ability to service any orders or guarantee claims….
For Now We Suggest That You Look Elsewhere…