MadmonQ Nootropic Review : Just How Good Is This Brain Pill?
MadmonQ is an all natural nootropic supplement developed and marketed towards elite gamers. Its formula is pretty regular at best, but users do seem to love it for its effects.
I took a good hard look at this supplement, just to see what all the fuss is about.
Promoted as the #1 choice for gamers, the makers of MadmonQ realised that there was a lot of potential in the elite gamers market, and this is where all their marketing budget goes.
With all the hype, I was expecting some mind blowing formula, and to be honest was left a little bit cold when i saw the ingredient listing, its quite standard for the most of it, but there are a couple of surprises in the mix.
The makers claim that it can help with:
- Reaction Times
- Drive and Recovery
I have to say that I love the design of the packaging, its truly eye catching and it has some truly outstanding reviews. Going forward, the pills have lovely taste too, something that you don’t usually get with any supplement.
The Formula In MadmonQ
The makers have put together a really clean looking formula, its non GMO, vegan friendly, and free from sugar, and artificial colouring.
The formula comprises 11 ingredients, each serving containing:
- Caffeine 160mg
- L-Theanine 52.5mg
- Acetyl-L-Carnitine 50mg
- L-TYrosine 130mg
- Siberian Ginseng 1000mg
- Brahmi Leaf 21.2mg
- Rhodioloa Rot 10mg
- Blueberry fruit 20mg
- Vitamin B6 3.5mg
- Zinc 2.5mg
- Vitamin B12 100mcg
How To Take MadmonQ
The recommend daily serving is 1-2 tablets, I would suggest that you DO NOT take two at once, instead, split the dose into 2 taking one at breakfast time and the other early afternoon.
(DO NOT TAKE LATE IN THE DAY – IT COULD DISTURB SLEEPING)
My Own Experiences With MadmonQ
As i said above, I really liked the design and the look of the whole product, but the fact is that its whats inside the bottle that counts and with that in mind, i decided to give it a short trial of a week.
The tablets are a pink/purple colour and are in a pressed powder form, and they do have a nice sweet smell and taste.
Day 1 – I took one of the tables just after breakfast, and within about 35 minutes I felt highly motivated and ‘awake’. The effects lasted about 3 hours or so and I didn’t not have any adverse feelings
Day 2 – The same thing happened, its all good, I felt energised and able to concentrate really well for for several hours, This time I took a second tablet in the early afternoon.
Day 3 – Again I took 2 tablets in the day and this time I felt different, almost jittery and my heart seems to be pounding out of my chest. This unnerved me somewhat and i did consider cancelling the whole review.
Day 4 – The same thing happened again, after about an hour, my heart seems to be bumping out of my chest and I found myself getting really stressed.
I cancelled the review at that point.
i have realised that at 160mg per tablet of caffeine, its a lot to take, especially if you drink any other caffeinated drinks such as coffee, tea or those energy drinks that so many gamers love.
Basically you are overloading yourself with caffeine and its effects are not very pleasant I can tell you.
For me its just too overloaded with stimulants, sure some of you all find its effects manageable, but I would strongly suggest that you just take 1 tablet per day
What Do Other Users Say About MadmonQ
Here are couple of reviews I found:
Where Can You Buy MadmonQ
You can by direct from the official website – it costs $22.95 for a bottle containing 28 tablets.
Cash Back Guarantee?
I could find no mention of any guarantees being offered
My Thoughts On MadmonQ
There is no doubt that MadmonQ will deliver an energy kick – thats for sure, and if you stick to just 1 tablet per day, then you shouldn’t experience any issues with the jitters, shakes or anything else related to stimulant overload.
Anybody with a real intolerance to stimulants like caffeine should give this a wide berth
That aside, its actually really cheap to buy, and this is because there is actually nothing in the mix that sets it apart from other nootropics. its actually quite weakly formulated and doesn’t really offer any powerful memory enhancing or cognitive function improving benefits.
If you are looking for a simple brain and body energy booster, there are some better formulated ones out there, In particular I would suggest Performance Lab® Energy.
If you are looking for an advanced nootropic stack that provides good all round benefits, then I would certainly check out Mind Lab Pro.