Claimed to be one of the most powerful brain supplements available at this moment, NeuroBrain promises great results for those seeking to improve their brain memory.
NeuroBrain is produced by OmEssentials, an US manufacturer. While there isn’t much information about the company itself, OmEssentials has received many good reviews from customers who are extremely satisfied with their products and their customer support.
NeuroBrain contains a complex blend of important next generation nutraceuticals (such as UMP, DMAE, Acetyl L-Carnitine, Vinpocetine, and Alpha GPC), whole food, and herbal extracts (Huperzine A, Ginkgo Biloba, Ashwagandha, and Wild Blueberry), all standardized for compounds known and proven to help support memory and healthy brain function.
NeuroBrain contains the following ingredients: NeuroBrain includes the following ingredients: Alpha GPC (Alpha Glycerylphosphorylcholine) 300 mg, Uridine-5-Monophosphate 75 mg, Acetyl-l-carnitine 500 mg, Standardized Huperzine-A 50mcg, Vinpocetine 10 mg, DMAE Bitartrate (supplying 260 mg of 2-dimethylamincethanol) 700 mcg, Standardized Wild Blueberry Extract 50 mcg, Standardized Ashwagandha Extract 150 mg, Whole Food Phytonutrient Fruit & Vegetable Extract/Powder Base (VitaBerry: Grape and Grape Seed Extract, Wild Blueberry and Wild Blueberry Extract, Raspberry and Raspberry Seed Concentrate, Cranberry, Prune, Tart Cherry, Wild Bilberry and Wild Bilberry Extract, Strawberry; VitaVeggie: Broccoli, Broccoli sprouts, Tomatoes, Spinach, Kale, Carrots, Brussels sprouts, Onion) 5 mg, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate (vegetable), and silica.
NeuroBrain is one of the many brain supplements that promise amazing results within the first week of use. According to the manufacturer, NeuroBrain was specially formulated to provide strong brain support and to improve brain memory. True or not, these claims helped the brand develop a fairly loyal following and despite the usual negatives, some good reviews of this product can be found online.
OmEssentials claims that this product helps promote memory and brain function and contains a blend of nutraceuticals that are all natural. We liked the fact that their formula is vegan and vegetarian friendly and contains some good ingredients. However, we would like to have seen a few more amino-acids with proven efficiency in supporting proper cognitive functioning, as this can make the difference between a good brain supplement versus an amazing brain supplement.
The fact that little is known about the company’s return policy or guarantees, and no money back guarantee can be found on the company’s website is another concern, especially considering the price of this supplement. We felt that NeuroBrain is a bit overpriced considering all the factors from above. Sure, the price might be justified (by the quality of the ingredients, by the manufacturing process, by the time spent on developing the formula, etc) but there is no way of knowing that without access to information.
- NeuroBrain has received many positive reviews and testimonials
- The formula contains amino-acids with proven brain health benefits
- NeuroBrain contains high quality ingredients
- USA made in a GMP approved facility
- OmEssentials has a good reputation among its customers
- The supplement can be purchased directly from the official website
- Complex formula
- Not one of the most popular brain supplements available now
- Relatively expensive
- No free trial available
- There are some questions that can be raised regarding the Whole Food Phytonutrient Fruit & Vegetable Extract/Powder Base
- The formula contains trace amounts of some questionable ingredients in a brain supplement
- The formula contains soy which some people may be allergic to
NeuroBrain looks more like a supplement designed for individuals who are older and have mild to moderate memory problems. Furthermore, the formula contains soy which may turn consumers away from the product in fear of severe allergic reactions.
We have some questions regarding the Whole Food Phytonutrient Fruit & Vegetable Extract/Powder Base too. The blend (5 mg of active substance) contains no less than 14 unique fruit and vegetable extracts, which are unlikely to provide any benefits in such trace amounts.
The lack of a good return policy or a money back guarantee is another major concern as one bottle of NeuroBrain costs $49.95, which is not exactly cheap for a brain supplement.