Neural Boost Nootropic Review

Neural Boost Nootropic Review

Just How Good Is This Powder Based Nootropic?

A couple of months ago, I was sent a bottle of a rather interesting looking nootropic powder to try and evaluate….called Neural Boost, made by Restorative Remedies, it differs from many other products in that it is mixed with water, milk, coffee or in fact any favourite drink and promises to help restore and boost your general cognitive function, memory, focus etc…

Using an all natural, and it has to be said rather different ingredient profile to many products, I was rather interested in trying it and seeing what its effects could be..

The Formula in Neural Boost

You might be confused with this one, at first glance it looks like a shopping list that you might take to your local supermarket… but bear with me, there are some little gems in here:

Each Serving Includes The Following:

  • Cacao Powder 2390mg
  • Coconut Milk Powder 1890 mg
  • Coconut Flower Blossom Sugar 1750mg
  • Blueberry Powder 1000mg
  • Lions Mane Mushroom 250mg
  • Rhodiola Rosea 150mg
  • Bacopa Monnieri 150mg
  • Amia Powder 100mg
  • Nutmeg Powder 100mg
  • Vanilla Bean Powder 65mg
  • Sea Salt 5mcg

How To Take Neural Boost

Mix 1-2 tablespoons of powder into your favourite smoothie, milk, coffee or in fact whatever you prefer..take once a day…

Users Feedback

There is not a lot of independent feedback out there… the few reviews I did find were largely positive.. not amazing claims about boosted focus and concentration, but a definite improvement in general awareness, attention and overall alertness..

From my own perspective, I took Neural boost for just over 3 weeks, and i can concur…. I definately felt more ‘with it’ , alert and aware, and did find that I could concentrate for a bit longer each day… I don’t think that it had a profound effect on my memory etc, and I have found other products that gave more pronounced improvements in concentration and focus..

I also have to say that I loved the chocolate laced with coconut taste….

Any Reported Side Effects

I certainly did not experience any ill effects and I did not find any other reported problems elsewhere..

Where To Buy Neural Boost

Amazon are certainly the most high profile stockists…a jar containing sufficient for 4 weeks supply currently costs $ 19.95 but I have seen it for sale at up to $30 so prices can vary..

Any Cash Back Guarantee

I couldn’t find any information on any cash back guarantees being offered..

My Thoughts

I think if you are looking for a tasty ‘pick me up’ or a tonic, then Neural Boost is a great product, and I totally recommend it to all my readers… Its not the strongest, most complete nootropic that I have ever taken, and i don’t personally believe that its strong enough to really provide long term, noticeable increases in memory, and other crucial cognitive functions…. what it can do (I believe) is help reduce the effects of general everyday stress on the brain and its functions, and can help you think more clearly in the short term… and for that alone, its well worth a try…

Not The Best Out There – But It Certainly as Its Uses..

The information in this website is for advice and guidance only. It is based on my own intensive research into nootropics and my personal experiences with certain products. It is not intended to replace professional medical advice, or to diagnose or treat any health conditions. All rights reserved.