Official Site: www.neurofuse.com
Neurofuse is a brain supplement formulated with 13 nootropic ingredients. It claims to enhance memory and improve learning, as well as reduce symptoms of stress and anxiety.The manufacturers claim that it was made specifically for people with busy schedules, and those who need to be focused throughout the day. It claims to improve productivity, focus, memory, and decision-making capabilities.
Supplement Facts: 17/20
- Bacopa Monnieri may enhance working memory, attention, and cognition. There is also a study that shows it can help with cognitive disorders.
- Rhodiola Rosea may improve mood and enhance learning.
- L-Theanine may be effective in reducing stress and anxiety, as well as boosting mood
- Caffeine gives a boost of energy and alertness
- Phosphatidylserine may help to prevent memory loss and may also help with the formation of short-term memory
- Choline Bitartrate gets transformed by the body into acetylcholine, an important neurotransmitters
- DMAE Bitartrate synthesizes choline, and may help boost memory
- Huperzine A increases acetylcholine levels and may help to boost mental ability
- Alpha Lipoic Acid may be used to treat migraines and headaches
- Vitamin B6 has a vital role in the function of the brain and nervous system. It helps to regulate mood and social behavior.
- Vitamin D3 is linked to cognitive enhancement
All the Neurofuse ingredients are said to improve brain function in one way or another. It’s especially important to note the Choline Bitartrate, DMAE Bitartrate, and Huperzine A, which all help in the production of the important neurotransmitter acetylcholine. We also have to point out that although Alpha Lipoic Acid has been used in many supplements, there’s no research to back up its effectiveness.
Effects & Benefits: 12/20
We tried Neurofuse out over four weeks, which is what they say is the minimum time needed for it to take effect. Unfortunately, we didn’t really see any effects ourselves at the end of those four weeks. At the beginning, we felt a boost of energy and focus, likely because of the caffeine. We also felt some reduced anxiety at the beginning. Toward the end though, these effects flagged, and we didn’t notice an increase in focus, memory, or cognitive ability. Overall our experience was just okay.
Potential Side Effects: 15/20
While Neurofuse doesn’t advertise any side effects, a look at the ingredients shows that there may be some. These include headaches, insomnia, fatigue, heart palpitations, upset stomach, diarrhea, anxiety, irritability, and skin rashes. We didn’t experience any of these, but that doesn’t mean you won’t.
Pricing Options: 16/20
Neurofuse retails for $69.99 for one bottle, which contains enough capsules for one month. There is also a seven day free trial, but as soon as you sign up for that, you also subscribe for one month.
Online Reviews: 15/20
The online reviews for Neurofuse are a mixed bag, leaning on the negative. While there are some loyal fans of the brand who claim to have experienced the positive effects, there are just as many if not more saying they experienced nothing, or that they experienced a side effect. One reviewer even lists mood swings as a side effect, which is unexpected based on the ingredients.
- provides a temporary boost of energy
- packed with ingredients to help brain function and mood
- on the more expensive side
- online reviews are hit or miss
Neurofuse is packed with lots of good-for-you ingredients, but we didn’t really feel any of their supposed effects. It’s also on the more expensive side of brain supplements, which can put people off. Online reviews swing both positive and negative, so you can’t really be sure about what you’re buying. Overall, if you don’t mind spending a little extra money or taking a bit of a risk, you might want to try these out. Otherwise, there are cheaper options with better reviews out there.