Brainzyme Nootropic Review

(Last Updated On: October 4, 2018)

Brainzyme Nootropic Review

Just How Good Is This UK Made Natural Nootropic?

Brainzyme is a natural nootropic made in the UK by Better Nutritional Science who are based in Edinburgh Scotland.

Sold as a fast acting cognitive enhancer, its makers claim that it will help users by:

  • Improving Concentration
  • Boosting Motivation
  • Supporting Clearer Thinking
  • Reducing Tiredness
  • They also claim that it gets to work within an hour of taking.


I was very interested in this product, especially after reading their claims and decided to have a good, hard look into Brainzyme and its all natural formula. Quite simply, I wanted to discover if it lived up to its claims.

The Formula In Brainzyme

The Formula contains a list of fully disclosed ingredients as follows:

  • Vitamin B1 2mg
  • Vitamin B5 10mg
  • Vitamin B6 2.5mg
  • Vitamin B12 4ug
  • Iron 4mg
  • Zinc 6mg
  • Iodine 100ug


It also contains unknown amounts of:

  • Matcha Green Tea
  • Guarana Seed
  • Choline Bitartrate


How Do I Take Brainzyme

The manufacturers suggest that you take as required with no definitive instructions – take 2-3 capsules with water between meals.. You should limit your daily intake to no more than 6 capsules in 24 hrs, with a minimum of 3 hours between servings.

Please note that each capsule contains the equivalent of 53.5mg of caffeine ( about  third of a cup of strong filter coffee) if you have an intolerance to caffeine and similar stimulants, you could experience the shakes or jitters, and possibly headaches or nausea too.

Users Feedback

The official website has ( as you would expect) plenty of glowing testimonials from ‘satisfied’ users. Looking elsewhere for more independent feedback produced very few results, I found a few reports that reported little or no results at all.

Brainzyme is hard to judge on reviews alone, There is no way of knowing just how genuine the official reviews are, and there are not enough independent reviews out there to really give an accurate picture.

Brainzyme Side Effects

There are no adverse effects reported from the users of Brainzyme with the exception of some stimulated related effects in some users.

Where To Buy Brainzyme

The makers sell both Brainzyme and its sister products on their official website, a pouch containing 30 capsules ( just 5 days supply at maximum dose) will cost you £9.95 ($13.88) plus free shipping in the UK. 

Orders from outside the UK are shipped for free when you spend £40 ($51) or the equivalent in your own local currency.

Any Cash Back Guarantee?

The makers offer a 30 day cash back guarantee, but this only applies to unopened re-saleable pouches and those that have used just 6 capsules… basically if you have taken Brainzyme for more than 1 day at full dose (6 caps) , you will not get your money back.

My Thoughts

Quite frankly there is nothing in Brainzyme that excites me, sure the range of B vitamins will no doubt provide some health benefits, and the stimulants in the mix will no doubt provide a short lived energy boost that will give you the feeling (that buzz you get from strong coffee) that it’s working. 

The trouble with stimulants is that their effects are usually very short lived and can often result in an unpleasant ‘crash’ as the effects wear off.

The only real nootropic ingredient in the mix is Choline, and the makers do not disclose how much is in each serving, my guess is that it’s not a lot.

Personally, from my experience of nootropics and after several years of studying ingredients and their effects, I find that Brainzyme is rather weak and underpowered, i don’t believe that you will get many nootropic benefits from taking it.

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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.