Official Site: www.neurofuse.com
Neurofuse is a relatively newer brain supplement in the industry that we actually just heard about a few months ago when a friend of the office came to recommend us to review it. Since those few months, it seems like Neurofuse had seen an increase in popularity… especially online in various nootropic discussion boards.
The company was founded sometime around mid-2013, so it is fairly new in the market… but from the looks of it, it seems like the people behind Neurofuse are quick to listen to the suggestions of their users and even critics as some other reviews also noted that they have recently put up a supplement facts label on their website to accompany the short descriptions they have on Neurofuse’s ingredients. In an industry where there is so much competition, the managing team did good to take advice from the critics.
If you’ve ordered Neurofuse before, you’ll also see a few changes in their website. The descriptions have been made so much simpler, catering to even beginners and newbies on the topic of brain enhancement. There’s also some short descriptions on some of the ingredients used in Neurofuse’s formula, but we would like to see a few more sources listed there. On the other hand, they have listed a few magazines as suggested reads if you’d like to read more on brain enhancement and the ingredients.
One more minor thing to note is that Neurofuse is checked and approved by Norton, so you can feel a little safer when shopping from their website.
“Neurofuse is an elite cognitive enhancer containing clinically studied ingredients designed to help Sharpen focus and clarity, Improve mental performance, Boost energy and alertness, Reduce perceived stress and anxiety, and Elevate memory.”
Vitamin B3 20 mg
Vitamin B6 5 mg
Vitamin D3 1000 IU
NeuroFuse Blend 555 mg
Caffeine Anhydrous, Bacopa Monnieri,
DMAE Bitartrate, Choline Bitartrate,
Alpha Lipoic Acid, Picamilon,
With a quick glance at the formula, it’s easy to see that Neurofuse has taken a few pointers from the leaders in the industry… its formula uses a few high quality ingredients and the formula list itself is quite short, maintaining potency. We see formulas like this in many well-established brain supplements and it is a relief to see that Neurofuse has gone this route too.
Unfortunately, there are some ingredients in its formula that we do not agree with, and some that we’d like to cut altogether. First off would be DMAE Bitartrate… Already banned in Australia and Canada.
To a lesser extent, we would have also probably swapped out Caffeine Anhydrous and Choline Bitartrate for Guarana extract and a higher quality source of choline like Alpha GPC or CDP Choline. Then again, Neurofuse is relatively new, so perhaps with growth, and subsequent funds, they will reinvest back into perfecting their formulation.
Picamilon: A nootropic that is highly praised for its alleviating effects on anxiety and stress, while producing a calming feeling. Picamilon is a great mood enhancer thanks to its effects on GABA production and niacin. It is also a mental energy booster, which means that it can really help mental endurance for those long study sessions.
Phosphatidylserine: A nootropic from soy that aids in the production of neurotransmitters in the brain.
Bacopa Monniera: An Ayurvedic medicine that is believed to help promote clear thinking. Bacopa also has antioxidant properties.
Neurofuse’s formula is pretty solid, but it still does have a few rough edges… of course, this is nothing that can’t be rectified with a few simple tweaks in the formula. While in no means perfect, we’re actually quite excited to see how Neurofuse’s formula will look like in a few years.
Effects and Benefits
A handful of us here at the office were able to test Neurofuse for the duration of a month, and we have to say that the effects were very noticeable immediately off the bat. After popping the first Neurofuse capsule, the effects were already evident in as little as 20 minutes.
There was a sudden surge of energy and focus that was hard to mistake… Neurofuse gave us a pretty good buzz, but not one that was distracting or overpowering. It was smooth, and allowed us to get into the zone while doing work. Even without headphones, it would be easy to just get lost in the work you have to do as you blasted away at task after task after task. We believe that initially, it was the caffeine doing all the work, and it was thanks to the L-theanine in the formula that you didn’t get any jitters at all.
After week two and throughout the rest of the month that we were on Neurofuse, we also noticed that it was a lot easier to remember things. Trying to learn how to play a new instrument or a new language was so much more efficient. It would be hard to notice it on the spot, but come the next session you’ll be surprised how much you can actually remember from your previous one.
The energy we got from Neurofuse subsided towards the end of our month though. Eventually, it was hard to notice any boosts in energy anymore… The calm feeling from L-Theanine remained though.
Neurofuse had a slight effect on mood as well, but it wasn’t anything to write home about… Overall, the test was a success.
Potential Side Effects
Some of the side effects we could report from our month with Neurofuse were slight anxiety and a few headaches… the latter being not that common. One person in our office got a pretty bad rash too. Please make sure that if you experience any adverse side effects that you discontinue using anu new supplement immediately.
While none of us noted being jittery, there are a number of negative reviews out there that claim that Neurofuse made them so.
A 60 capsule bottle of Neurofuse costs $69.99 and should last you a good month, or even a little bit more than that if you decide to cycle Neurofuse off for a couple days every week (as you really should). This puts Neurofuse at a pretty expensive price, especially when considering that it’s a relatively new supplement in the market.
There are other pricing options as well, but these include giving in your credit card for a subscription to be billed every month, and we highly advise against this. You might find yourself at month two wanting to cancel your subscription, but then having to jump through a bunch of hoops to get them to stop billing you.
While there aren’t that many reviews on Neurofuse online, the few that are there are pretty positive, with the negative ones being mostly relating to the use of caffeine in its formula.
User Review by Eric Johnson on Amazon.com
I have been searching for a product to provide clear, reliable energy in in lieu of coffee or other stimulant based supplements to help me focus throughout my workday. Coffee was not cutting it, and other stimulants were doing more harm than good, and then I tried Neurofuse and I could not be happier with the results. My job requires me to concentrate on long term mission planning while concurrently putting out daily fires and that was taking a toll on my ability to make sound decisions. Since taking Neurofuse, my abilty to focus and prioritize my daily efforts has increase ten-fold and my daily output has increased along with the quality of products I provide up and down the chain. My bosses are getting better end-products and my subordinates are getting better direction to accomplish their tasks.
User Review by Anthony Coussa on Amazon.com
Excellent product. Gives you laser focus without the jitters. I used this product for multiple functions including: studying, work and even the gym. It helps give you that extra push and keeps you engaged and interested in whatever task it is. I did a lot of researching into the products out there and this one has great ingredients that help to achieve the focus and drive you’re looking for. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
User Review by Sean Mullen on Amazon.com
I work 20+ hours a day, 7 days a week. I fell for this like a sucker. I believed the hype and that it would help someone like me retain or even increase my mental endurance. It has zero effect on me, even after increasing the dosage. Neurofuse has turned out to be far too good to be true.
- Good energy and focus booster
- Good as a study aid
- Potent formula
- Should be cycled due to inclusion of Huperzine A
- Inclusion of DMAE means its illegal in some countries
- Price is a bit high at $69.99
- Effects on energy tapers off
- A few side effects to be wary of
- Some ingredients could be of better quality
Neurofuse is really a great try for a newcomer company in the brain enhancement industry. It’s followed the success blueprint left behind by the big companies, and due to that, it’s formula is potent and powerful… although we would have swapped a few ingredients out for a few higher quality ones or ones that weren’t illegal in a few countries.
In our month with Neurofuse, we can say that the most positive effects we got from Neurofuse was its effects on energy and focus, while keeping you relatively jitter-free, which really allows you to shun all distractions and have a productive day at work. It also has some positive effects to memory. Aside from that, it helps with mood a little bit too. Unfortunately, a few of us have suffered from side effects from Neurofuse’s formula, but we believe this can be corrected with improvements in the formula.
Overall, Neurofuse is really good considering it’s only been in the market for a very short time. With the easy to understand descriptions on their website, it’s a great place to start for beginners. While the formula and effects aren’t perfect, they’re very good. But we’re more excited to see what these guys will have in store for us in a few years from now.