Lumonol Vs Mind Lab Pro – Which Is Best?
Finding the right nootropic for your needs can be no mean feat – there are stacks of options out there, often targeting varying areas of the brain’s functioning. Let’s be honest – it can feel like a bit of a minefield.
Hopefully I can help… Today I have put two nootropics against each other to see how they compare – Mind Lab Pro and Lumonol. First, let’s get a quick overview of each.
Mind Lab Pro – while this product is fairly new to the market, it certainly seems to boast serious results when it comes to both focus, creativity and the brain’s ability to both memorise facts and learn new things.
Mind Lab Pro is a cleverly formulated supplement that targets brain health and function in several ways…. it works by improving blood flow to the brain to improve general cognitive functioning, and the transmission of information between the neurotransmitters and its superb antioxidant formula helps fight the effects of damaging free radicals on the brain’s cells helping them to operate at peak efficiency.
Lumonol – this popular nootropic contains three undisclosed proprietary blends that claim to to support a range of essential brain functions including overall brain health and wellbeing, memory and focus.
There are some well-known hard-hitting nootropic ingredients in both blends here.
Mind Lab Pro discloses full dosages of all its ingredients, which is great news. It consists of the following:
- Bacopa monnieri
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin B6
- Rhodiola rosea
- Citicoline cognizin
- Lions mane mushroom
Lumonol is based on three proprietary blends. While I do know the ingredients in each nootropic blend, the makers hide just how much of each of them is contained in each blend from us. Here’s what you’re looking at:
- Memory blend (285mg) – citicoline, ginko biloba, noopept, panax ginseng
- Focus blend (500mg)– acetyl-L-carnitine, L-tyrosine, phosphatidylserine
- Energy blend (375mg) – guarana, hordenine, picamilon
Directions For Use
Both of these nootropics should be taken twice a day. Lumonol’s manufacturer recommends taking one capsule in the morning and one in the afternoon for best results, and also says a break should be taken after 90 days of continual use.
Mind Lab Pro is best taken in the morning and can be taken for as long as required..
There are lots of happy Mind Lab Pro users out there – strong improvements in concentration, creativity, memory and focus, as well as increased mental energy, are mentioned across the board. There are also numerous reports of better overall mental agility, the ability to retain more information like facts and figures and improved problem solving.
Things with Lumonol, however, aren’t so clear cut – it’s pretty difficult to track down independent user reviews, and those that do exist are patchy. While there are reports of improvements in mental clarity, memory and general cognitive wellbeing, there are also numerous people who claim to have tried this product and experienced no results at all.
Mind Lab Pro is exclusively available from the manufacture’s website, with a number of bundle of packages available:
- 30 day’s supply: $65.00
- 60 day’s supply: $130.00
- 90 day’s supply: $195.00
Lumonol must also be purchased from the manufacturer at Lumonol.com, where you can pick a bottle of 60 capsules up for $79.98. Like Mind Lab Pro, there are various quantities available and the more you buy, the more you save.
Cash Back Guarantees
It’s good news all round here – Mind Lab Pro comes with a 30 day 30-day return policy if you’re not happy with your results, while Avanse Laboratories also offers a 90-day money-back guarantee for Lumonol and its other products – Although PLEASE NOTE.. the Lumonol guarantee only applies to unopened bottles after you have used just HALF the first bottle ( 30 capsules)… Mind Lab Pro’s guarantee apples to all bottles in the order – opened or not.
While both these nootropics are pretty level when it comes to the physical ingredients, Mind Lab Pro wins on price and refund policies, there are however a couple of more crucial sticking points here.
The first is that while Lumonol does disclose its three proprietary blends,the makers prefer to keep exactly how much of each ingredient is used to themselves. This makes it impossible to know if these key nootropic ingredients are being used in large enough quantities to actually have any effect.
With Mind Lab Pro on the other hand, you know exactly what you’re putting into your body, and you can be sure that each serving contains the optimum amount of the key ingredients…
The second, and other issue here is that Lumonol simply isn’t backed up by a series of real life user testimonials like Mind Lab Pro is.
While there are some positive reports from people who have tried Lumonol out there, things are far from clear cut – and there’s a fair amount of negative feeling, too.
Testimonials for Mind Lab Pro, meanwhile seem much more positive, with solid, consistent results.
So while there’s clearly merit in both products here, it’s clear to me after all my research that I can tell you with complete confidence that Mind Lab Pro is without doubt the superior nootropic.