TopBrainPills Rating: 17%
Nutrapathic Brain Alert Review: ABSOLUTELY DO NOT TRY THIS PRODUCT.
Brain Alert is a classic example of why nootropics should not try to become an all-encompassing superdrug, in addition to having over 40G different ingredients in their basic formulation, hidden behind an infamous proprietary blend. It’s highly ineffective, and brings about a number of side effects, to which we do not recommend use. If you’re on Brain Alert, we highly suggest you seek other alternatives, and if you’re contemplating of ordering one up, we highly suggest you not to do so.
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Look at that behemoth of a list. It ranges everywhere across the board, from those with multivitamin effects, to essential nutrients for the body, to other ingredients that we haven’t even heard of until we had the time to research about them, due to Nutrapathic Brain Alert. A list like that seems pretty daunting, and the fact that we had to take those tablets in our 15-week trial didn’t find much appeal among us here at topbrainpills.com.
Overall Dose Potency: 1/20
Taking a look back at the ingredients available in Brain Alert’s formula, you can see that the ingredients span all across the board in what must be an attempt to become an all-encompassing superdrug. Many other nootropics have tried and failed, and after having run the numbers, we can’t say that Brain Alert will be any better than the rest that already out there on the market. Another interesting tidbit is also the fact that they’re using quite a number of ingredients in their proprietary blend, of which only around half of them actually serve nootropic purpose, and without actual numbers, we can only guess that the dosages of nootropic substances are quite low. Add the fact that it contains a plethora of ingredients and only a 2-a-day dosage, its potency score is pretty horrible.
Short Term Results: 5/20
With much reluctance, we decided to try out Brain Alert, which to our dismay was quite a very ineffective nootropic. This was no surprise, though, as the results were congruent with our predictions in which we believed that the actual nootropic potency of their tablet was quite low. This thereby produced substandard results, even when taken at their recommended dosage of 2-a-day, or taking it a step further into a 3-a-day dosage.
Long Term Results: 4/20
The long term results from taking brain alert were more or less negligible – there weren’t any. Although the right ingredients were there for maximum nootropic benefit, they were so covered up by so many other ingredients that their incredibly low potency might have rendered their effects null. There were no long-term benefits to be experienced from Brain Alert, and there are really a lot of factors that play into this. However, we feel that this might just be due to a lack of care on the management’s part.
Side Effects: 4/20
There were quite a number of side effects associated with Brain Alert. We’ll only be naming the most notable ones. Into a few weeks of taking Brain Alert, some of us experienced severe nausea and vomiting, those of which had to stop taking Brain Alert altogether. Additionally, some were peeing in different color, then noticing that their liver was taking a lot of stress, possibly due to the amount of ingredients in Brain Alert’s formula. There were also cases of severe headaches and migraines, as well as some peopling having a hard time sleeping. However, interestingly, some of us came out unscathed.
The price of Brain Alert is $13.50 for a bottle of 60 tablets, which should last a month. This is an extremely cheap price, which might even hint at the extremely cheap ingredients and filler that they might be using. However, the fact that it does not work effectively would suggest that even the low price does not change the fact that its price/value ratio, and ultimately, its score is a low one.
There is nothing that you can gain from taking Brain Alert, and on the flipside, so much to lose. It’s filled with so much filler that we wouldn’t be surprised if it caused cancer, and an incredibly low potency hidden behind a proprietary blend. The results are just sad, and do not have any notable boosts in cognitive functions, while the side effects are far and many. You should not be taking putting Brain Alert anywhere near your mouth, or the mouths of people that you know. If you are contemplating buying a bottle, we highly advise you to reconsider. If you’re already taking it, stop, and go visit your regular doctor for an appointment to get yourself checked.