Nootrolux Nootropic Review
Can Nootrolux ‘Unleash Your Brains Potential’
Unleash your brains potential – thats the leading headline used by the makers of new nootropic Nootrolux… Claiming to have formulated the most advanced nootropic stack ever, the makers of Nootrolix claim that their product will help:
- Prevent Cognitive Decline
- Promote Brain Cell Regeneration
- Be More Productive
- Improve Memory.
Using (I quote)The “Worlds Most Advanced Nootropic Formula” they claim that their product is unrivalled in the industry.
Intrigued, I have taken a good in-depth look at this supplement to ascertain if it really live up to its makers claim and promises..
The Formula In Nootrolux
Top marks to the makers… they do fully disclose the formula, both ingredients and the amounts thereof
Each serving includes:
- Gingko Biloba 50mg
- Phosphatidyserine 125mg
- N-Acetyl L-Carnitine 50mg
- St Johns Wort 250mg
- L-Glutamine 150mg
- Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) Bitrate 50mg
- Bacopa Monnieri 100mg
- Vinpocetine 2mg
- Huperzine A 10mcg
The capsules use bovine gelatine, which makes it unsuitable for vegetarians
How To Take Nootrolux
The daily serving is 1 capsule 1 – 2 times a day with food
The official website has (as you would expect) the obligatory glowing reviews… there does however appear to be very few independent reviews out there at the moment, as and when any appear, I will post details here..
Any Reported Side Effects
Hard to judge at the moment as more independent feedback is required to see if any or what side effects are caused by taking Nootrolux… I do however have some concerns over some of the ingredients in the mix.. see ‘my thoughts’ below
Where To Buy Nootrolux
At the moment the only place to buy Noolrolux is from the makers official website…. here a months supply ( at 1 capsule per day) will cost you $34.95… if you buy 3 bottles, the cost reduces down to $29.71 per bottle
Any Cash Back Guarantee
The makers offer 60 day cash back guarantee, but this only applies to the first bottle. if after 30 days you are unhappy with the results, you have another 30 days to return for a full refund – less any shipping costs
This one really split my opinion down the middle… it does contain some decent nootropic ingredients thats for sure – Gingko, Bacopa, Vinpocetine and Phosphatidyserine are all proven nootropics..
That said however, the form of Bacopa for instance – at 20% bacosides is less powerful that the 45% found in some of my top rated products…
My main areas of concern are (a) the inclusion of St Johns Wort – although considered to be good anti-stress ingredient, the facts are that it’s largely untested on humans, and the tests that involved Rats did use very large doses…. it can cause sun sensitivity when taken regularly, it should not ever be taken with other anti depression drugs,( and in fact many other drugs) and it most certainly should never be taken if you are either pregnant or trying to get pregnant… Other side effects can include dizziness, dry mouth, restlessness, tiredness, and weight gain..
(b)The other ingredient that concerns me is DMAE.. this has been linked to quite a few side effects that can include Constipation, Bloating, Headaches, Insomnia, Vivid dreams, Confusion, Hypomania and Depression.. another possible problem is that it should never be taken by women trying to conceive as it could potentially cause problems with the development of the unborn foetus….
It also has a low biovailabilty when compared to other cholinergic type ingredients.. for me Cognizin Citicoline is a far better (and safer) ingredient…