Mind Lab Pro Vs Nutrimind
I Put Two Leading Nootropics To The Test
It’s time for the ultimate nootropic showdown: in one corner of the ring we have Mind Lab Pro, and in the other we have Nutrimind.
Mind Lab Pro is a brain-boosting supplement backed up by a decent amount of research. It claims to increase memory, focus, learning and problem solving ability. It also promises to help you achieve improved creativity and overall cognitive function.
It works by harnessing the power of natural antioxidants to reduce the damaging effects of free radicals on the brain’s cells, while supporting increased blood flow to the brain for improved cognition.
Nutrimind, meanwhile, counts clearer thoughts, faster reactions, improved memory and increased focus as some of its principal benefits, but it’s not quite clear exactly how it does this.
So which would triumph? Let’s take a closer look…
What Mind Lab Pro and Nutrimind have in common is that they both boast some impressive nootropic ingredients.
The good thing about Mind Lab Pro is that the makers specify exactly how much of each ingredient is included in each serving, so you know exactly what you’re taking.
Here’s what you’ll find.
- L-Theanine 125mg
- Bacopa Monniera 150mg
- N-Acetyl-Tyrosine 175mg
- Huperzia Serrata ( Huperzine A) 200mcg
- Vinpocetine 6mg
- Pterostilbene 500mcg
- Phosphatidylserine 50mg
- Vitamin B6 2.5mg
- Rhodiola Rosea 50mg
- Citicoline Cognizin 250mg
- Lions Mane Mushroom 500mg
Nutrimind doesn’t, however, disclose individual quantities of the ingredients in its blend. I do know that it contains:
- Vitamin B6
- Bacopa Monniera
- Oat Straw
- Huperzine A
- Alpha GPC
Directions for Use
Mind Lab Pro should be taken twice a day. While Nutrimind lacks any explicit user instructions, it looks like you can take up to three capsules per day.
Mind Lab Pro is backed up by some really positive user testimonials and feedback. A large number of users claim to have experienced real, impressive improvements in their ability to learn, remember facts and figures, focus and concentrate on tasks and solve problems. A greater sense of mental energy is also repeatedly mentioned.
When it comes to Nutrimind, there are very few verified user reviews available unfortunately. Of those we can find, there are hints of some positive benefits. Users involved in sports said that Nutrimind has helped them with focus, pushing them to win, while improvements in energy and memory are also mentioned.
Mind Lab Pro is available directly from the manufacturer, with three different packages available. You can pick up the following:
- 30 day’s supply for $65.00
- 60 day’s supply for $130.00
- 90 day’s supply for $195.00
Nutrimind can also be purchased directly from the manufacturer. A 10 day supply costs $34.95 plus shipping ($104.35 for a 30 day supply), and there’s also an auto ship subscription available featuring cheaper prices.
Cash Back Guarantees
Good news on this front – both of these manufacturers offer a 30 day cash back policy if you’re not happy with the results you experience… the only issue is that its not clear of the Nutrimind guarantee applies to opened packs… Mind Lab Pro’s guarantee does…
In theory both nootropics should do a decent job of helping improve overall brain functioning. After all, both share a number of key nootropic players, and the blend of each is certainly impressive.
A key issue here, however, is that while Mind Lab Pro’s manufacturer fully reveals the quantities of each and every ingredient in its formula, Nutrimind fails to do so. So while it may contain powerful ingredients, in essence they could be used only in tiny quantities which could possibly render the product weak and ineffective.
Combine this with the facts that Nutrimind is (a) very expensive, and (b) decidedly lacking in certified user testimonials proving real life results, the outcome here is clear: Mind Lab Pro is undoubtedly your best bet.