Clarity is a dietary supplement from the family of nootropics, also known as smart drugs, memory-neuro-cognitive- and intelligence enhancers. Clarity is manufactured by Neovicta, marketed as a supplement designed to improve focus, memory, mood and brain health in men and women.
Neovicta is based in USA, Chicago, Illinois, but we can’t provide more information than this, as the company has no valid website available besides a sketchy Facebook page in which promotes the product Rush (formulated to improve performance, stamina, to boost vitality and maximize libido).
Neovicta sells its products via Amazon and a few other online retailers. It is Amazon that provides the basic information about the supplement as well as a large body of testimonials.
Clarity is promoted as a noortropic market leader, a powerful, balanced cognitive enhancer, formulated by nutrition experts.
Clarity contains the following ingredients: As per the label on the bottle of 30 or 60 capsules, the Synergistic and proprietary formulation, 692mg, includes Dimethylaminoethanol, L-Glutamine, Bacopin, L-Pyroglutamic Acid, other ingredients, and Grape skin extract and activin, a grape seed extract.
Other ingredients: Vitamin A 4000IU (from natural beta-carotene and mixed carotenoids); Vitamin C 250mg (as ascorbic acid, sodium ascorbate, calcium ascorbic, potasium ascorbi); Vitamin D 100IU (as cholecalciferol); Vitamin E 30IU (as natural d-alpha-tocopheryl succinate); Thiamin B1 3mg (as thiamin mononitrate); Riboflavin B2 1.7mg; Niacin B3 25mg (from inositol hexanicotinate); Vitamin B6 15mg (as pyridoxal-alpha-ketoglutarate); Folate, Folic Acid, Folacin 400mcg (as folic acid); Biotin 300mcg; Pantothenic Acid 12mg (as d-calcium pantothenate); Calcium 50mg (as calcium-citrate, calcium succinate and calcium ascorbate); Iron 5mg (as Ferronyl carbonyl iron); Iodine 15mcg (as kelp); Magnesium 100mg (as magnesium citrate); Zinc 10mg (as zinc citrate and zinc ascorbate); Selenium 50mcg (as selenomethionine); Copper 0.4mcg (as copper citrate); Manganese 2mg (as manganese citrate); Chromium 10mcg (as chromium polynicotinate); Molybdenum 10mcg (as molybdenum amino acid chelate); Potassium 50mg (as potassium citrate).
According to the manufacturer’s claims, Clarity combines 40+ Earth-grown ingredients that work in perfect synergy to support overall cognitive health and performance. This is the most complete, balanced nootropic available today that elevates performance with no crashes or jitters.
The target beneficiaries of this supplement are those consumers that encounter some stress in their daily life ‘ students before exams, busy moms, athletes and business professionals.
Testimonials, over 700, are in their vast majority positive, consumers claiming that the supplement helped them focus with more clarity and energy on their daily tasks.
There are a couple of things that should be taken into account. First, no social and Internet media presence of the company, except an incomplete Facebook page. Any mention of the product in the web takes you directly to Amazon. No independent lab to verify the contents and the claims. No phone number, only an address in Chicago.
The price of the product ranges from low to-moderate-to-pricey. Discounts and special promotions are offered as well as free shipping with certain promotions. One bottle is sent free for an honest review.
The manufacturer claims that only safe nutrients, high-quality, clinically-tested ingredients are used.
The recommended dose is 2 capsules per day before meals.
Sale Price: $72.99
Free Trial* Available: No
- Some of the key features of the product is its long list of ingredients’vitamins and minerals;
- The product is available from a reliable retailer that ships fast and well;
- Testimonials are positive, confirming the presentation of the product on the retailer’s website;
- A 30-day money back guarantee is available for the supplement;
- Discounts, promotions, free shipping with some promotions make the product affordable.
- There is no official information about the company;
- No results of clinical trials;
- No trial samples, only a free sample for an unbiased review;
- No official information about the product’s side-effects, besides the claims of some consumers (nausea, cramps, or minimum of effectiveness, in some cases —it did nothing to me…);
- Pricey if bought in a bottle of only 30 capsules, as the dose is two servings per day.
Even if the product does not help you with multitasking or does not boost your energy as it claims it does, it’s still worth trying for the vitamins and the minerals necessary for your body. As with any other supplement, caution should be taken and a physician should be consulted.