Focus Power Review
Focus Power is a dietary supplement designed to support optimal mental performance through a blend of natural substances. The company behind this formula is Organix Labs, a relatively unknown supplier considering that they were founded over 30 years ago. A potential cause of its unpopularity is that the manufacturer seems to offer only 2 products: this formula and a potency-enhancing product. The company claims to be focused on providing the best natural solutions for their clients but does not support this claim. The official page of the company offers very little essential information about their products including a complete list with the active ingredients and their dosages.
Focus Power ingredients are briefly enumerated. The manufacturer mentions Huperzine A, Bacopa, Vinpocetine, Phosphatidylserine, and DMAE Bitartrate among the main ingredients. The formula is promoted as suitable for individuals interested in achieving higher concentration and focus states, improving attention, memory, and learning skills in general. It is also advertised as free of a common side effect associated with energy boosters: the jitters. However, Organix Labs fails to mention any other potential side effect that may result from an improper use of their supplement.
Focus Power is manufactured in the USA in a FDA inspected facility which should be a guarantee of its safety and effectiveness. However, there is no clinical evidence to support the potency of the formulation.
Focus Power Ingredients
Focus Power contains the following ingredients: Ginko Biloba, Acetyl-L-Carnitine, DMAE (Dimethylaminoethanol Bitartrate), Vinpocetine, Huperzine A, Phosphatidylserine, St. John–s Wort, Glutamine, and Bacopin (20% standardized bacosides), Silica, Magnesium, Stearate, and Gelatin.
Acetyl L-Carnitine is an amino acid that occurs naturally in the body, and has been researched for its health benefits in various areas of the human health (immune and nervous system, weight loss, etc.). This is one of the several forms of Carnitine, a substance that plays the transportation function of fatty cells to the mitochondria where they are used as a foundation for energy production. The chemical also acts as an antioxidant, so it plays an important anti-ageing function. The antioxidant properties and the ability of Carnitine to support fat metabolism have made the substance a popular alternative treatment of neural disorders, including ADHS< depression, Alzheimer–s disease or OCD. Studies conducted so far have failed to reveal conclusive results in many of the areas for which Carnitine based supplements are currently used for. More research is still necessary in order to reach a common ground regarding the chemical–s action mechanism and actual benefits.
Common side effects reported with the use of such supplements are nausea, vomiting, digestive discomfort, and skin rash. Drug interactions between HIV and cancer medication have also been observed.
Phosphatidylserine is present in almost every cell in the body, and is located in the membrane of these entities. The highest concentrations of PS were found in the brain cells, leading to the conclusion that proper amounts of PS should be an indication of optimal cognitive function. Although supplemental Phosphatidylserine was initially extracted from bovine brain, most of the PS based products today come from soy. This is because the potential diseases (caused by viruses) present in bovine brain that could have been transmitted in humans. PS supplements are used to enhance memory and thinking abilities, and treat memory-related conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease and age-related memory decline.
Focus Power reviews from consumers are available on the website of the official retailer, but in a rather limited number. The suggested dose is 1-2 capsules per day.
- The product is sold for a moderately low monthly price
- The active ingredients have been the subject of clinical trials set out to determine the potential cognitive benefits of these substances
- The formula is available for international purchase
- The official site is very poor in relevant information (details about recommended dosages, active/inactive ingredients ingredients/ directions of use/ drug interactions are not mentioned)
- The formula is not a scientifically researched product
- The manufacturer is a relatively unknown producer which only markets two dietary formulations
Focus Power formula is one of the thousands brain enhancers offered as a high quality alternative solution for the support of normal cognitive function. The formulation is briefly described on the official site, but the quality of the information is very poor. It is one of the first and major things the consumer observes when accessing Organix Lab web-page. Furthermore, the formula seems to only be available for online purchasing on Amazon.com (a link to the order page is made available for those interested in buying the product). Here, the consumer may consult the entire list of active substances, and read about the warnings that come with the use of Focus Power.
Focus Power seems to benefit of the consumers’ support that have a general good opinion about the formula’s memory enhancing effects. However, there is a relatively high number of potentially dangerous drug interactions and side effect that result from the active ingredients. Special precautions are issued for individuals who are already under medication, those undergoing a surgery, or couples who are trying to conceive a child.
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