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A Product Review of NeuraFlow

by Steve Gordon
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Getting to Know NeuraFlow

preview-full-shutterstock_552711223This nootropic supplement is formulated by Jack Chen and is said to be developed for entrepreneurs. NeuraFlow is touted to be effective in boosting concentration, focus and productivity and these benefits can be achieved without the help of any stimulants, fillers and other artificial substances that are mostly used by other products.

As a replacement to such harmful compounds, NeuraFlow makes use of 9 natural components for mental lucidity and greater memory. Its maker Jack Chen even called his product a one-of-a-kind supplement for visionaries and entrepreneurs that need mental improvements without using caffeine.

The nutrition industry is actually filled with different kinds of supplements, brain supplements for one. Nearly all companies make up benefits just to rip people off. For this reason, it can be tough to find a decent product that’s actually developed with the genuine intention of endeavoring to help in the enhancement of brain’s performance and health. The question is what kind of product NeuraFlow is?

Let’s start with the components first:

How Effective Are the Components in NeuraFlow?

Below are the components found in NeuraFlow:

Ginkgo Biloba (as 24% extract) 50mg

Phosphatidylserine 4% complex 125mg

N-Acetyl-L-Carnitine HCl 50mg

St. John’s Wort (as .3% extract) 250mg

L-Glutamine 150mg

DMAE Bitartrate 50mg

Bacopa Monnieri leaf extract (20% bacosides) 100mg

Vinpocetine (seeds) 2mg

Huperzine-A (aerial plant) 10mcg

Are these components backed by science in terms of their effectiveness? Let’s find out:

Ginkgo Biloba is considered potentially efficient for addressing multiple health states, such as some symptoms of Alzheimer’s, though the studies present are of questionable nature. On the other hand, many consider ginkgo to be helpful in making minor benefits for enhancing memory, thinking speed, and attention among healthy individuals. The suggested dose for this is 120-600 mg daily.

Likewise, phosphatidylserine has also been shown to help avoid mental deterioration brought by aging. It could also help address symptoms of Alzheimer’s. But available studies were only performed on phosphatidylserine from cow brains and most supplements have the said ingredient from soy or cabbage. Nonetheless, recommended dosage for this is 300mg daily.

N-Acetyl-L-Carnitine could also aid in the enhancement of memory in older people, alcoholics and those with Alzheimer’s, though it also depends on the age.

St Johns Wort could be efficient for curing depression, but the scientific proof that it can increase mental capacities in healthy individuals is weak.

Bacopa monnieri or its primary component bacopin has been shown to be potentially effectual for heightening memory in healthy individuals, but present study available was only conducted on two particular bacopa supplements and not the component in general. Otherwise, suggested dose for this is 300mg each day.

Vinpocetine, on the other hand, could be efficient for curing some medical conditions that affect thinking, but most of the researches available are outdated and not credible enough. Nonetheless, recommended dose is 15-30mg daily.

Lastly, huperzine-A was found to be possibly useful for boosting memory and brain capacity in people suffering from Alzheimer’s, and even for older kids and adolescents. Suggested daily dose is 50-200mcg per day.

Reviewing the product label of NeuraFlow, you’ll see that the quantity of the ingredients in the supplement is not enough, or does not meet the recommended dose, even if you go for the maximum suggested daily use of 2 capsules.

While nearly of the components in NeuraFlow are backed by scientific proof verifying their efficacy in helping with severe brain conditions such as Alzheimer’s, as well as minor to moderate memory issues, NeuraFlow’s ingredients are not in adequate dosage, so it’s unlikely that no significant benefits can be observed.

What are the Adverse Reactions?

Even with the previously stated issue above, fortunately these components aren’t detrimental so as to cause adverse effects. Users should find said ingredients to be tolerable. The only thing you can possibly experience is minor stomach discomfort.

Nevertheless, Supplement View  said that n-acetyl-l-carnitine may trigger a fishy scent of the breath, sweat and urine.

NeuraFlow Cost

A bottle of the supplement containing 30 capsules costs $29. This comes with free shipping. The good news is that NeuraFlow doesn’t have any concealed charges and subscription plans that intend to rip off customers. Plus, you will also get a small booklet about various brain hacks along with your purchase of the item.

Moreover, NeuraFlow provides a 30-day money-back guarantee, less shipping and handling fees. On the product site, we didn’t see any telephone number. So, for processing refunds you’ll have to contact them through [email protected].

What Users Have to Say on Nootropics?

preview-full-shutterstock_288950780Based on evaluations done to many cognitive enhancers, we can say that the customer reception is not very positive when it comes to brain boosters in general. Customer reviews often complain about nootropics’ lack of effectiveness, steep costs, and inefficient customer support. As for the poor consumer service, people often complain about the difficulty in requesting refunds and cutting free trials or autoship program enrollments.

Does that mean you will experience the same with NeuraFlow? In fairness to this supplement, it is not as pricey as others. So, this is a plus among customers with tight budget. The company behind NeuraFlow also doesn’t practice free trials and there’s no automatic enrollment for their autoship program. They do have recurring purchases, but it’s up to you. You can choose whether you need this arrangement or not.

Free trials and autoship plans are the two mostly complained aspects of many customers, so it would seem that NeuraFlow’s manufacturer listens to what the consumers want. They have actually removed the primary source of user discontent.

As for its effectiveness, its creator Jack Chen particularly states that this supplement is not a magic pill and how the greatest method for enhancing focus and overall brain performance is still through diet, supplementation, productivity techniques, mental activities and better lifestyle. To have this statement is obviously not like other companies. Still, as we see on the product label, the dose of the components in NeuraFlow is not enough to make a difference.

Final Verdict

It’s good that NeuraFlow tries to break away from the standard marketing tactics and purchasing arrangements that most nutritional supplement companies engage into. It doesn’t have free trials and does not automatically enroll you in their autoship program, it lets you decide if you want it or not. The cost of the supplement is not as steep as the others and they actually have disclaimers about the futility of their supplement if not combined with a healthy way of living.

With this, NeuraFlow is worth a try since there’s refund policy that you can use in the case that you’re unhappy with the product.

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