Neuro Clear is a brain supplement made by the supplement manufacturer BioSynergy, which specializes in mostly herbal supplements spanning a wide variety of categories. Their shop has an assortment of different products, from anti-aging, to sexual health, to immune system support… basically, whatever you might need, you’ll be able to get from them. But more importantly, the products they offer are natural and herbal.
They have so many different products that you might even have a family member or friend using one of their products, so it might be a great idea to ask around if they have a discount code or two.
It’s a little hard to navigate around the website, but if you’re able to, there is a lot to be seen here. There’s just so much information available on the website, making it sort of like a supplement encyclopedia. While definitely not as flashy as some of the websites of newer brain supplements, you can expect to find detailed descriptions, FAQs, supplement facts, and even reviews on the very page containing information on Neuro Clear.
For those of you wondering, there are also multiple sources and links available if you would like to do some further research off the website (but we’re pretty sure the info provided is already extensive). Checking the “Health and Nutrition Tools”, there is also a lot of other useful information like Interactions, Dictionaries (for medical terms), and Recipes.
Overall, we’re pretty impressed as it seems like the people running BioSynergy actually know their stuff.
have been clinically demonstrated to improve memory and learning, improve mood,
reduce anxiety, and increase ability to cope with stress.”“NEURO CLEAR™ helps replenish and provide the nutrients needed for proper
brain function. All experiences in life are enhanced when the human brain is healthy
and functioning at its optimum level.”
Vitamin C (As Calcium & Zinc Ascorbates) 100 mg
Thiamine (Vitamin B1) 25 mg
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 20 mg
Niacin 40 mg
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCI) 25 mg
Folic Acid 800 mcg
Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamine) 400 mcg
Biotin 50 mcg
Pantothenic Acid (Calcium D-Pantothenate) 50 mg
Calcium (Calcium Citrate) 60 mg
Magnesium (Magnesium Citrate) 5 mg
Zinc (Zinc Ascorbate) 10 mg
Manganese (Manganese Citrate) 5 mg
L-Pyroglutamic Acid 500 mg
L-Glutamine 400 mg
L-Tyrosine 100 mg
Acetyl-L-Carnitine 100 mg
Taurine 100 mg
DLPA (DL-Phenylalanine) 100 mg
Phosphatidyl Serine 124 mg
Phosphatidyl Choline 100 mg
Inositol Hexanicotinate 150 mg
Pyridoxine HCL 30 mg
PAK (pyridoxine alpha-ketoglutarate) 20 mg
DMAE (Bitartrate) 180 mg
Gotu Kola (leaf extract) 80 mg
Bacopa (bacopa monniera) 60 mg
Eleutherococcus Senticosus (root) 100 mg
Green Tea Extract (Leaf Extract) 100 mg
Ginger Root 60 mg
Ginkgo Biloba 60 mg
Schizandra Berry Extract 60 mg
Vinpocetine 20 mg
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) 40 mg
As we can see, Neuro Clear’s list of ingredients is quite long, including some of the more potent high quality nootropics, and some less important multivitamins. Before we even get into the use of filler ingredients in brain supplements, we’d first like to point out and acknowledge the fact that despite the long list of ingredients, BioSynergy kept very transparent on the individual milligrams for each ingredient.
The formula itself reflects how many pills you need to take per day. As you know, you can only fit so much into one pill, so this means that with more ingredients, you’ll need to take more pills. This is the case with Neuro Clear as the daily serving comes to a cumbersome 4 per day.
The ingredients themselves seem to be really good. They’ve included the more potent nootropic superstars like Acetyl L-Carnitine, Phosphatidylserine, Ginkgo Biloba, L-Tyrosine, and a few others…
If we were to really finely critique the formula, however, we would suggest the removal of the first thirteen ingredients from the formula, just to allow more room for more of the good stuff, improving the overall potency of the formula. After all, most people take multivitamins daily already, so there would be no need to double up on that.
Acetyl L-Carnitine: The “enhanced” version of Carnitine that not only aids in fat burn, but also offers benefits to the brain due to its ability to cross the brain-blood barrier. It aids in the production of acetylcholine, which is a neurotransmitter responsible for improving memory, learning, problem-solving ability, and general cognition.
L-Tyrosine: A multipurpose supplement that not only helps in cognitive enhancement, but also in stress relief and mood elevation. It’s highly potent and improves memory and heightens alertness, and has also been found to improve motivation levels upon continued use.
L-Glutamine: Perhaps the most versatile nutritional supplement today, L-Glutamine is a natural compound that primarily aids in cognition. L-Glutamine boosts the immune system, while increasing energy levels, making it a valuable supplement for athletes and those that need an extra boost of energy on some days. Glutamine also helps in the production of the neurotransmitters Glutamate and GABA, both of which play a key role in memory, reasoning skills, creativity, and even reaction times and problem solving ability.
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, a good formula, but one that could be a lot better with a few minor tweaks.
Effects and Benefits
We gave Neuro Clear all around the office to be tested for 30 days. Right off the bat, we could already feel the cocktail of ingredients working in our bodies. After just 20 minutes, we could feel a slight buzz, and we just generally felt motivated to do something… anything. Through boosting focus and clarity, Neuro Clear seemed to have improved our productivity slightly.
There were also some positive effects to memory. While not noticeable until around the third week, Neuro Clear seemed to make learning new things a lot easier, and therefore, a lot more enjoyable. Frank, for example, performed amazingly at a flashing cards test, being able to remember up to 12 different cards and in what order they came in. It seemed like we were able to just continually study more, while taking less time to actually learn. Joe, one of our junior writers, after just two weeks of studying, can tell you some basics on HTML coding and how it worked, as well as remembering a number of commands.
It seemed like Neuro Clear also made us slightly more tolerant to stress. It was easier to just keep doing work, amidst many imminent deadlines. We felt relaxed and calm, which I believe also helped us actually complete the work we needed to do!
Overall, Neuro Clear had some moderate success. The effects to focus and clarity were immediate and long-lasting, while improvements to memory and mood followed towards the second half of the test. All effects experienced were mostly pretty subtle though.
Potential Side Effects
Fortunately, none of us experienced any adverse side effects from Neuro Clear. This was actually a bit surprising, considering the amount of ingredients listed under its formula. Perhaps the worst thing that ever happened were some mild headaches and feelings of lethargy on some evenings. Then again, these were rare occurrences and may have been caused by a number of factors. In any case, if you experience any complications, please discontinue taking Neuro Clear for at least a few days.
We also advise you to keep yourself well-hydrated while on Neuro Clear, as some nootropics can cause dehydration if you aren’t drinking adequate amounts of water.
A bottle of Neuro Clear costs $44.95 for a bottle of 120 capsules. At the recommended daily serving of 4 a day, that should last you for an entire month. There are no other pricing options available, but it might be worth it to check for discounts elsewhere.
Overall, Neuro Clear is of pretty good value for its price. While it’s not as potent as some other brain supplements out there, it’s also relatively cheaper. Neuro Clear might be a good option for those looking to save some money or are just beginners (to not be overwhelmed by the effects of more potent brain supplements).
There are quite a lot of reviews on Neuro Clear online, but for the most part, you will see more expert reviews than user reviews. We believe this is due to the fact that there isn’t really a platform for users to go and review the product. If they were to review it negatively, surely those wouldn’t appear on BioSynergy’s website.
Expert Review by Supplementcritique.com
Based on customer reviews of Neuro Clear and studies performed on some of the ingredients, we can safely say that Neuro Clear is a good product that will most certainly be of some benefit to most people. The degree of that benefit really depends on each individual’s response. With the solid reputation of the company and the money back guarantee, we’d say Neuro Clear is definitely one to try.
Expert Review by Brainpilladvisor.com
Neuro Clear only found favorable results from 3 out of 10 of the participants in the study. We attribute this lack of effectiveness to the fact that Neuro Clear has over 30 ingredients in it. This means that the quantities of each are far too small. We calculated that people would have to take 10 of these per day to see positive results. To be honest, that doesn’t really do any justice to it. Neuro Clear had an interesting concept of trying to be a supervitamin, but it fell short. It might just work if it were split into 3 or 4 different supplements, but as a whole, Neuro Clear is lacking.
- Slight boosts to memory, mood, and focus
- Contains a few high quality nootropics
- From a reputable company that produces many other supplements
- Absurd amount of ingredients
- Not available through online retailers
- Lack of negative customer reviews (seems sketchy)
- Contains some filler ingredients
One of the best things about ordering from a well-established company like BioSynergy is that you have an assurance for quality. You know that their manufacturing processes are done without a hitch and that there are normally no problems with shipping. They even point this out on their website that all their ingredients have been screened through a 50-point process. That is just invaluable.
The formula itself, however, doesn’t seem to be able to hold its own amongst some of the more popular brain pills out there. It’s filled with so much filler ingredients that should really have no place in a brain pill as they don’t have anything to do for the brain. The actual nootropic ingredients used are of pretty high quality, but we still would have liked if the formula was just a little bit more potent.
This translated directly into the effects we got from Neuro Clear. While we got some positive results for memory, mood, and focus, we just couldn’t help but feel that they were a little toned down. It was as if Neuro Clear was a lite version of a more expensive brain supplement. Fortunately though, despite the long list of ingredients, we did not experience any side effects – save for a headache or two.
That might be the best way to describe Neuro Clear – lite. Jam-packed with so many ingredients, it’s not as potent as it could have been… but at the same time, it’s also not as expensive at it could have been at $45 for a month’s supply. Overall, this might be a great option if you’re new to the world of brain enhancement or are short on cash, otherwise, stay clear of Neuro Clear.