Biohack Pure is an interesting brain supplement that’s been on the market for a while now, but has seemingly failed to increase much in popularity. With the domain being created around 2013, Biohack Pure has been around for a little while now, but there really hasn’t been that many advancements to it… especially in terms of its market share in the industry.
The company and the website itself has gone through a few reiterations though. The website today looks a lot more aesthetically pleasing than it did a couple years ago, but for the most part the formula itself has stayed the same. It’s really unfortunate to see that they still have failed to put a supplement facts label on their website.
One good thing we’d like to point out with the new and improved website is that it has gotten a bit more informative. Today, there’s a lot more information to be read on what Biohack Pure does and how it helps the brain. Not everything new is better though, as we’ve noticed that the manufacturers have now started using a lot of sensationalized marketing hype on their website, with lots of exaggerated claims on how Biohack Pure can “upgrade your mind”.
There’s also a “doctor” on their website, but we can’t say for sure if he’s real. There’s absolutely no mention of him anywhere, and the picture they use looks like a badly cropped picture of Biohack Pure on top of a stock photo… Scrap that. After doing a reverse Google Image search, we can say for a fact that it is indeed a stock photo.
There are plenty of reviews on their website as well if you’d like to see what others are saying (although they have probably handpicked only the good ones).
Vitamin B6 15 mg
L-Tyrosine 300 mg
L-Theanine 150 mg
Alpha GPC 100 mg
Phosphatidylserine 75 mg
Huperzine A 50 mg
Pterostiblene 750 mcg
Putting the phony doctor to one side, Biohack Pure’s formula actually looks pretty solid. In an industry where so many supplements are continually decreasing in potency, they’ve done something right: limiting the number of ingredients they have to increase the formula’s potency.
The ingredients themselves are very good. They’re balanced, and more or less safe choices. However, we would like to have seen at least one energy enhancing ingredient like caffeine, or even better, Guarana. One thing we would change about the formula though would be the use of Huperzine A. While it’s a really good memory enhancer, Huperzine A needs to be cycled to maintain maximum effectiveness. Most people will build a tolerance quickly to it, and so, it needs to be cycled off for at least 1-2 days for every week of continued use.
Alpha GPC: One of the most high-quality sources of choline, second only to Citicholine, Alpha GPC aids in the production of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. It is a very potent memory enhancer that also has positive long-term benefits for the brain. It promotes connectivity in the brain as well, creating new connections while also repairing damaged brain cells.
Phosphatidylserine: A nootropic from soy that aids in the production of neurotransmitters in the brain. It aids in improving connectivity between neurons and brain cells, while also protecting the brain against aging and aged-related ailments. It’s shown positive effects for improving memory, reaction times, and clarity of thought.
Overall, Biohack Pure is a pretty good formula. We love the inclusion of a high quality choline (although CDP Choline might be better), phosphatidylserine, and L-tyrosine is great too! But the formula is far from perfect, and we would really love to see those slight changes that we mentioned earlier… That should turn Biohack Pure from good to great.
Effects and Benefits
A couple of us here at the office have actually already tried Biohack Pure before, so they were actually pleasantly surprised when we told them about it. A handful of us tested Biohack Pure extensively over the duration of a month.
Biohack Pure was strong, immediate, and the effects were long-lasting. Even after just 15 minutes after popping a couple of pills, we could already feel the brain fog lifting and a noticeable increase in focus. We also felt very positive, and we think this may be due to the inclusion of L-Theanine, an ingredient that soothes and calms you. The effects lasted a good 4-5 hours, which were really good.
There were also some minor improvements to memory over the next week. We were able to remember more things on a day-to-day basis, and learning new things were very fluid and efficient.
The problem, however, was that tolerance seemed to build up really quickly. While the first week on Biohack Pure was great, the following weeks were still good, but just not as great as the first week. It seemed like the effects started to diminish little by little, which was a little disappointing because we really liked the effects. Even though we cycled Biohack off 1-2 times a week, the effects still got worse.
By the end of the month, the effects were almost nonexistent and everyone was pretty much around baseline.
Potential Side Effects
In our month’s experience with Biohack Pure, we did not notice any adverse side effects, although a few of us reported headaches. They’re all nothing too major, but still worth noting. Please keep yourself well- hydrated when taking Biohack Pure.
Also, since Biohack Pure contains Huperzine A, you will need to cycle it off for a couple of days every week to maintain the formula’s effectiveness. It might be a little inconvenient, but Biohack Pure definitely cannot be taken as a daily supplement.
If you experience any adverse side effects or allergies, make sure you discontinue Biohack Pure from your regimen immediately.
A 30-capsule bottle of Biohack Pure costs $34.95, but with the recommended serving size of two capsules a day, a bottle should last you only around half a month. When you think of how long it’ll cost to get you through a complete thirty days, it’s actually around $70, which is a pretty high price for a nootropic. It isn’t too expensive, but it’s still a bit more for similar types of nootropics.
There are definitely better out there for a cheaper price, so Biohack Pure has pretty low value and is on the expensive side. The price wouldn’t be that bad if it were around the $50-60 mark, but when you think about the $70, plus the $10 you have to pay for shipping, it gets pretty expensive.
Unfortunately, Biohack Pure doesn’t have any other pricing options or discounts on bulk orders.
Unfortunately, due to Biohack Pure’s low reputation in the industry, there aren’t that many reviews about it. The only reviews we’ve seen have been mainly positive.
Expert Review by Vincent Lloyd on Smartdrugreport.com
Biohack Pure has set a new trend in the brain enhancer industry – the creation of a nootropic supplement that is not only incredibly potent, but also incredibly effective. Its formula is one of its strong points, and our clinical trials prove that Biohack Pure provides great leaps in focus, reduction of brain fog, and memory. While some of our participants were able to experience some problems with its side effects, there were no reports from our readers – who indeed, loved Biohack Pure. Nevertheless, we cannot ignore the few flaws that it contains in its ingredients’ quality – something that it can improve on.
Is Biohack Pure the best brain enhancer? Well, it certainly is the most potent. But the absolute best? Let’s wait a while.
Expert Review by Bestsmartpills.com
It seems that Jonathan Weisman is really pulling something off with his creation of Biohack Pure. His product comes off with many green checks in our book, starting from its formula alone, which indicates that it has really good potency, and a no-nonsense strategy. These preliminary assumptions were then reassured by our tests, which showed that Biohack Pure was as effective and as potent as we thought it was. The price, at $70 per month is quite expensive, but still within reasonable limits. It’s definitely a lot better than some of the options that we’ve come across that were a bit more expensive. That said, our readers didn’t like it as much as we did. However, Biohack Pure is still an extremely good product – something that should definitely put them on the map of all other nootropics.
RECAP: Pro’s vs Con’s
- Formula high in potency
- Great for focus, memory, and clarity (at least for a while)
- Tolerance builds up quickly
- Formula could use some small tweaks
- Could use an energy enhancer
- Inclusion of Huperzine A means it needs to be cycled
- Price is quite high at $70
Biohack Pure is a really potent brain enhancer that just hasn’t gained that much popularity in the years it’s been around. Still, its formula is pretty solid – aside from just a lack of an energy enhancer and the inclusion of Huperzine A. We’re confident that a lot of people will enjoy Biohack Pure… even if just for a short while. Perhaps that’s also why they only have 15-day bottles.
Biohack Pure is great at improving focus and concentration levels, while also reducing brain fog, making it a great productivity tool. You can easily get lost in work for hours. Learning is also efficient on it. That, plus the lack of side effects makes Biohack Pure a really great choice! The only problem you’ll run into is if you want to keep taking it continuously, as tolerance seems to build quite quickly, making Biohack Pure less effective for every day that you use it.
For the price of $70 a month, Biohack Pure isn’t the most expensive formula we’ve seen, but it isn’t cheap either as there are a lot of great options for around the $60 mark – with some being far better.
Overall, Biohack Pure is one of the most potent formulas we’ve seen, but we think it still needs a few tweaks. They’ve overhauled their website. Maybe it’s time to do so with the actual product. We believe that Biohack Pure could be a lot better, but we’d like to wait to see what they have for us in version 2.