I haven’t tried this Nootropic (I’ve tried a lot) BUT it typifies a lot of problems with the Nootropics industry.

There’s a few conspicuous red flags that jump out at me looking at this product…

  1. No COA — They don’t prove that it contains the ingredients advertised or their quality with a COA and spectroscopy report.
  2. It’s pretty cheap — It’s an internet marketing price. I really don’t trust Nootropic stacks that cost under $50, especially when they don’t prove the quality of the ingredients.
  3. Huperzine — A very cheap stimulating Nutriceutical. It does have an energizing effect but there’s a lot of potential negative side effects which I discuss further here

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