Top Brain Pills Rating: 79%

SmartX Review: Shark Tank Success

So you feel like you’re always full of ideas but for some reason you can’t seem to turn them into actions.

Some days are too tiring, other days are too stressful, and most days you can’t seem to remember what the ideas were in the first place!

These types of problems are very common, and you’ll be happy to know that there are lots of ways to fix them. In order to reach your fullest potential, you will need to reduce your anxiety levels, get rid of brain fog and have enough energy to seize the day!

One way of achieving all these goals is by taking a brain enhancing supplement.

Today’s review will focus on Smart X, a product manufactured by Cerebral Success. Smart X is a product that influences four areas of our brain: focus, memory, mental energy and overall brain health.

You may have heard of this product from seeing ABC’s TV Show Shark Tank. In the show, the product won the approval of two judges, allowing it to gain a lot of fame in only a spam of one year.

If you’re interested to know what this product can do for you then continue reading as we have researched all the vital information available on SmartX.


SmartX Dose Potency: 15/20

A major reason as to why Smart X was highly regarded in the show Shark Tank is probably due to its potent formula. Here’s a list of the ingredients packed in each pill:

Niacin 10mg
Vitamin B6 5mg
Folic Acid 200mcg
Vitamin B12 10mcg

Proprietary Blend 510.05mg
L-Tyrosine, Caffeine, Ginkgo, Bacopa,
DHA, DMAE, Ginseng, Schizandrol-A, L-Glutamine,
Phosphatidylserine, Vinpocetine, Huperzine A


Even though their official website only gives us a list of the ingredients and not the dose, the label off the bottle was able to provide us with the above information.

This list contains a lot of our favorites such as Ginkgo, Bacopa, Vinpocetine and Huperzine A.

Why are they our top choices? Well, all of these ingredients have been clinically tested to show significant results.

Ginkgo helps to reduce anxiety and improve symptoms of memory loss; Bacopa improves your mood and motivation; Huperzine A can enhance memory storage; Vinpocetine increases blood flow to the brain and improves general cognition. So far, so good.


However, you may be interested to know that there are a few ingredients included in the formula that slightly concern us.

DMAE, for instance, has been banned by the FDA in Canada and Australia because of its ability to destroy neural cells if used for extended periods of time.

Another substance that may be a problem is caffeine. Now, we are not saying that including caffeine is a bad option, as we are aware of the great benefits that may come by taking this famous nootropic.

However, caffeine has been listed under “Proprietary Blend”, meaning that we don’t know the exact amount included. If, for example, 300mg is packed in there, then don’t be surprised to get major jitters.


SmartX Short Term Results: 17/20

So we decided to run our own test with Smart X for a period of 12 weeks. This is a good amount of time to try out a product because certain nootropics need time to actually kick in and bring results.

In any case, we were interested to see what short-term results Smart X would bring.

For the first two weeks, all 8 testers reported good comments about the product.

Some told us that they felt more focused while others told us that they simply felt better and ‘not as tired’.

It was great to hear that something actually shone through with this product and that most claims were met.


Long Term Results: 14/20

Beginning from week 8-10, we began to notice that results were not as significant and noticeable. For instance, two of our testers told us that they began to experience concentration problems again and that taking Smart X did not make any clear differences.

Another tester claimed that his improvement in memory was fading. Although the users were interested to take a higher dose in order to feel the results again, we always recommend against this as it may lead to serious side effects.


Side Effects: 18/20

We were glad to see that there were no standout side effects with this brand other than minor headaches.

Although this may seem like a red flag, it’s important to understand that supplements affecting the brain typically increase blood flow.

For this reason, first-timers may find that they are experiencing headaches or trouble sleeping.

Once our brains get used to a specific product, then these rare side effects typically disappear completely.

SmartX Price and Value: 15/20

Smart X may seem quite affordable at first but we have noticed that it is in fact quite expensive.

Each bottle contains 30 capsules and costs $45.00.

You are recommended to take 1 capsule per day and work your way up to 2 if your lifestyle demands it or if you begin to build a tolerance.

Perhaps for the first month you will only need one bottle. However, by the second and third month you may wish to buy two bottles in order to see continuing results.

This would add up to $90.00 per month, which is quite expensive for a supplement.

Although this pricing option may not bother you, please know that there are other options that work just as well and come at a cheaper price.


SmartX Review Conclusion:

Smart X has a good formula and works very effectively in the short-term. Users have reported feeling more focused and with higher levels of energy during the first 5 weeks of use.

However, we noticed that these results did not last as long as we wanted to.

The price of the product is also quite expensive but if you’ve tried it and found that it truly works for you, then we would not recommend against it.

If you have legal concerns, please know that the formula does contain a banned substance (DMAE).


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