BrainSmart Focus Review: A Complete Focus Booster?

Advertised as a quick-acting focus enhancer, and the drug to alleviate ADD/ADHD, BrainSmart delivers a stimulant-free nootropic that on paper looks very promising. Some unusual ingredients in there too.

But with Nitrovit just recently winning our Editors’ Choice Award, could there be any way BrainSmart Focus could provide a challenge so soon?

Sadly, the supplement seems still far from a perfect product, riddled by discrepancies that we’ve found in their formula and also their website.

We’ve also found that some of their claims have been far stretched. However, this is all moot due to the fact that BrainSmart works – a good focus booster, but a mediocre nootropic.

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BrainSmart Supplement Facts:

Supplement Facts
Vitamin B3 10mg
Vitamin B5 10mg
Vitamin B6 10mg
Vitamin B9 200mcg
DMAE 120mg
GABA 100mg
L-Tyrosine 100mg
DLPA 90mg
Paulinia Cupana 70mg
Ginkgo BIloba 50mg
Phenylethylamine HCL 50mg
L-Theanine 50mg
N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine 50mg
Rhodia Rosea 50mg
Bacopa Monniera 40mg

What’s particularly interesting in BrainSmart Focus’ list of ingredients, aside from their inclusion of vitamins, is that they are using DMAE as well, which, although they have said that it shows promising results in research studies, has been banned in Australia and Canada for safety reasons, which has been also researched and linked to cell death. However, that is only but one flaw.

BrainSmart  Dose Potency: 15/20

It’s very important to get the dose potency right in a nootropic, due to the fact that the formula, ingredient proportions, and the presence of filler have a large effect on the supplement’s effects.

In this light, BrainSmart Focus seems to have included quite a number of ingredients that are deemed as filler, such as multivitamins.

The fact that they’ve blatantly claimed that this would be beneficial on their website is quite daunting. As “experts,” one would expect that they would know that higher number of ingredients mean lower potency.

Aside from that, we’ve already mentioned the inclusion of DMAE, which might be a questionable choice, as well as their ingredient proportions, which do seem quite off.

However, it will still need to go under our 15 weeks of testing before conclusions can be made.

BrainSmart Short Term Results: 15/20

It took a while to get acclimated into using BrainSmart with its recommended intake with meals, something we haven’t been accustomed to.

However we did find that it was sort of effective. We found that taking it around 15 minutes before eating would allow it to take effect much quicker (which we imagine would work for just about any sort of mediaction).

It’s a small little thing, however, it was BrainSmart Focus who pointed it out.

Props to them. However, on that point, there were varying results on BrainSmart Focus, but the majority reported good results in concern with allowing a steady flow of focus and concentration, although other areas were not quite as effective.

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BrainSmart Long Term Results: 12/20

As we were approaching our 15-week mark on our trials, we couldn’t help but feel that our bodies seemed to be developing a natural resistance to the nootropic effects.

It was hard to pinpoint what exactly was happening, but it wasn’t as effective as when we first started taking it.

When we stopped taking BrainSmart Focus, we also noticed a drop in the amount of focus to benefit from. It was still there, but it just wasn’t enough to really get work done anymore.

Therefore, although some of us really liked it, we cannot completely recommend the use of Bran Smart Focus as a long term solution.

BrainSmart Side Effects: 19/20

Thankfully, regardless of having DMAE in their formula, we did not experience any side effects that were associated with the substance.

However, please note that our trial time was only 15 weeks, so that might contribute to our lack of a conclusion regarding that area.

Aside from that, it was quite safe to say that there was a lack of side effects present in BrainSmart Focus.

We had to give it a higher score based on our findings, but please do note again that DMAE is banned in both Canada and Australia for safety reasons, and research that linked them with cell-death.

BrainSmart Price and Value: 13/20

The price for a bottle of BrainSmart Focus is $41 for 60 capsules which should last you a month.

That said, it might cost you more depending on where you live. It’s not a popular nootropic, so if they aren’t sold on retail where you are, you might have to incur some shipping costs to get it to you since BrainSmart is based off of London.

On the bright side, they do have frequent promotions, and one that we’ve been able to participate in a buy 2 get 1 free, which severely cut our costs.

One thing to consider is that BrainSmart Focus is a focus supplement, and although it has other nootropic benefits as well, other nootropic products do better in those other cognitive functions.