RediMind keeps it simple – and scary: cognitive decline can begin as early as age 40, typically proceeding in three main stages starting with senior moments. The brain enhancer then lets you in on the “secret of superagers” who appear to be immune from cognitive decline: the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which is thought to be responsible for keeping the mind sharp and performing well. This is where the RediMind pitch revolves, in the decision action of acetylcholine in beefing up one’s mental faculties and offering a shield against age-related cognitive dysfunction and mental performance issues.
Effects and Benefits: 12/20
RediMind offers a “unique formulation” of herbs and natural biological compounds for promoting healthy levels of acetylcholine. There is a consistent emphasis in their promotional materials on this neurotransmitter for waking up the neurons in the brain and performing well in areas of memory, concentration, focus, and learning, to name a few.
Potential Side Effects: 11/20
Taking RediMind has been associated with a number of side effects, including diarrhea, dry mouth, fatigue, gastrointestinal distress, lowered blood pressure, nervousness, and stomach upset. In supplementation, it is important to consult one’s physician especially if one has an existing medical condition.
Pricing Options: 11/20
A bottle of this brain enhancement supplement sells for $39.95, which is in the mid to high range of prices in this supplement class. Customers can choose to be billed one-time or subscribe to auto delivery option.
Online Reviews: 11/20
RediMind isn’t among the widely reviewed and used brain enhancers out there, perhaps owing to its marketing technique that pales in comparison with its more aggressive competitors. On Amazon, some 300+ reviews are a mix of good and bad user reviews, with mention of initial unexpected side effects and seemingly lukewarm benefits at the start of supplementation. However, the product seems to bounce back and manifest benefits on month two onwards, showing a trend of having relatively delayed-onset benefits.
- Non-GMO, vegan, gluten-free formulation
- Favorable study results for Alpha GPC, Bacopa monnieri, and huperzine A (with good consistency)
- Obsession over acetylcholine may lead to neglecting other surefire, proven brain-boosting methods
- Exact ingredient amounts are unknown since it’s a proprietary blend
- Relatively steep price
- Lack of amount of customer reviews that market leaders usually receive
Our Verdict: 72.1%
It will take plenty of work for RediMind to be etched on public consciousness and be a market leader. First, because further studies are needed as only preliminary evidence supports the individual ingredients of the product. For now, we are holding on to potential and basic benefits for empowering cognitive functions. It should also be noted that with the proprietary blend, it is rather unclear how much of each ingredient is in the formula. More information on this front is needed to make an informed choice of whether to go with RediMind, especially for those getting into nootropics for the first time or want strong maintenance of brain power.