Matador Labs Mind Formula Review
Press Newswires have been reporting details on a brand new nootropic now available on Amazon…. made by Texas based Matador Strength Labs, the product is aptly called Mind Formula and promises to help boost Focus, Clarity, energy, reduce brain fog and improve mental performance.
The Formula In Mind Formula
Top marks to the makers for fully disclosing details of their formula, unlike many manufacturers who hide the full details behind unspecified proprietary blends, users know exactly what they are taking in each serving…
Each serving contains
- Gingko Biloba 50mg
- Phosphatidylserine 125mg
- N-Acetyl L-Carnitine 50mg
- St Johns Wort 250mg
- L-Glutamine 150mg
- Dimethylamineothanol 50mg
- Bacopa Monneiri 100mg
- Vinpocetine 2mg
- Huperzine A 10mcg
The capsules also contain soy and bovine products
Directions For Taking Mind Formula
The daily dose is 1 capsule
Amazon currently lists 5 overtly positive reviews… the validity of these is unknown, Amazon do have a common practice of giving professional reviewers the product for free or a reduced price in return for a positive review…..
Until fully independent feedback becomes available, you have to consider these few reviews with an open mind…
Reported Side Effects
There are currently no issues being reported by users taking Mind Formula
Where To Buy Mind Formula
Amazon appear to be the sole stockist of Mind Formula…A bottle containing 30 capsules ( one months supply) costs $49.97 with free shipping also being offered…
Any Cash Back Guarantee
The makers do mention a cash back guarantee in the sales listing, but provide no further information on Amazon… guess you have to buy first to discover the terms and conditions
There is certainly a few decent and recognised nootropic ingredients in the mix, Bacopa, Gingko, Vinpocetine are all tried and tested brain boosting ingredients… that said the amounts per serving of Vinpocetine and Bacopa in particular are lower than I would ideally like to see…..
My biggest concern is the inclusion of St Johns Wort…. thought to be safe to take in the very short term ( for up to 12 weeks only) it has been linked with quite a few side effects, including problems sleeping, anxiety, restlessness, stomach problems, fatigue, irritability, headaches, dry mouth, rashes and diarrhea…
It interacts adversely with many other drugs – some potentially dangerously, is thought to be unsafe to be taken by expectant mothers, it reduces the effect of the birth control pill, and it can increase the symptoms in anybody suffering with bipolar, depression and ADHD…
For this reason only, I SIMPLY CANNOT RECOMMEND this Product….
Why Not Check Out My Recommended Nootropic Supplements