Neurofuse: A potent concoction that just missed the mark

Before we even begin, we’d first like to say that it is very nice to see that a few companies out there are now beginning to take the graphic-work and overall aesthetics of their website very seriously. With brain supplements becoming more and more mainstream by the day, we are beginning to see many new brain pills that are abandoning the medical look, and are instead using bold, flashy colors and bottles. A few of our favorite are Nitrovit, Optimind, and in this case, Neurofuse. But of course, the question remains: underneath all the pretty colors and images, how well does Neurofuse stack up against some of the other supplements we’ve reviewed before?


Supplement Facts
Vitamin D3 667iu
Vitamin B6 3.3mg
Vitamin B12 33.3mcg
Neurofuse Blend
Rhodiola Rosea, Caffeine Anhydrous, L-Theanine, Bacopa, DMAE, Choline Bitartrate,
Alpha Lipoic Acid, Pikatropin, Phosphatidylserine, Vinpocetine, Huperzine A

One thing we do have to note was that finding Neurofuse’s supplement facts label was not easy at all. While the website did contain information about what was in Neurofuse, it failed to inform which ingredients exactly, and in what dosages.


Overall Dose Potency: 17/20

Neurofuse only has 12 ingredients in its formula, which to our eyes, is a very good thing. So many pharmaceutical companies are so caught up with including as many different ingredients in their formula that they often forget that there is only so much room in a single pill. More ingredients equates to less potency. That is not the case with Neurofuse. Aside from just including less ingredients to improve potency, the people behind it have also done a good job at putting in ingredients that are of premium quality – these include Vinpocetine, Huperzine A, Alpha Lipoic Acid, and Bacopa. All of these are great at nourishing the brain, and improving blood flow throughout the body.


Short Term Results: 19/20

We gave Neurofuse a try, and we have to say we weren’t disappointed! Among its immediate effects was a big boost in energy and focus (which we believe might have been the caffeine anhydrous), but also a substantial increase in clarity of thought, allowing us to enter super-productive zones, where it would be extremely easy to come up with great new ideas, and have the focus and energy to power through them as well. At even just one capsule a day, Neurofuse proved very potent and its effects were immediate and lasted for up to 4 to 5 hours.


Long Term Results: 13/20

While we can’t say the effects went away altogether after the first month, most of us did notice that the intensity of the effects took a dip with continued use. With further testing, while we can’t be completely sure, we’re going to attribute this to caffeine, and the fact that taking it every day for three months can cause it to build a tolerance on your body, which slightly affects the results we got from Neurofuse. Joe the new intern even noted that he felt that he returned to baseline towards the third month on Neurofuse.

We believe this is pretty interesting, and while not all of us could say that we also went back to baseline, perhaps the best approach with Neurofuse would be to try to cycle it, taking it for four weeks, and then having a week off of it afterwards.

The effects on clarity and productivity did persist though, as we saw that our work quality and output was still high for up to two weeks after coming off Neurofuse.


Side Effects: 16/20

The only side effects we really noticed with Neurofuse was related to the caffeine. First of all, the effectiveness of the formula went down with continued use, which led us to believe that the increased tolerance affected the whole formula. Aside from that, every now and then, we would also get a little jittery – the same sort of feeling you’d get from downing too many cups of coffee too fast. And we have to say that the first 3 to 4 days coming of Neurofuse was really a doozy – a stimulant crash, that although, not unbearable, still affected our work output.


Price/Value: 17/20

Neurofuse comes at slightly above average market price at $69.99 for a bottle. One bottle consists of 60 capsules though, which means that the daily recommended serving is two capsules per day.