Brain Supplements

Neurodyne Review: A Powerful Study Pill?

Neurodyne
Neurodyne is a new entrant into the world of brain supplements. It claims to be a natural formula that lowers anxiety, improves mood, and enhances focus and concentration. What we don’t like about Neurodyne is the fact that it contains many proprietary blends and some of its ingredients don’t possess any cognitive-enhancing properties – hence they have no place in a nootropic stack. Neurodyne’s motto is “welcome to your new normal.” The study drug promises to increase your overall cognitive ability to a continuous greater level around the clock. Claims Enhances memory recall, concentration, mood, and focus Enables conversation to ..

Neurodyne

Neurodyne contains some unnecessary ingredients and some dangerous ones. For this reason, we don't recommend it.
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Neurodyne is a new entrant into the world of brain supplements. It claims to be a natural formula that lowers anxiety, improves mood, and enhances focus and concentration. What we don’t like about Neurodyne is the fact that it contains many proprietary blends and some of its ingredients don’t possess any cognitive-enhancing properties – hence they have no place in a nootropic stack. Neurodyne’s motto is “welcome to your new normal.” The study drug promises to increase your overall cognitive ability to a continuous greater level around the clock. Claims Enhances memory recall, concentration, mood, and focus Enables conversation to ..

Neurodyne

Neurodyne contains some unnecessary ingredients and some dangerous ones. For this reason, we don't recommend it.
Overall Score
User Rating : No Ratings Yet !

Neurodyne is a new entrant into the world of brain supplements. It claims to be a natural formula that lowers anxiety, improves mood, and enhances focus and concentration.

What we don’t like about Neurodyne is the fact that it contains many proprietary blends and some of its ingredients don’t possess any cognitive-enhancing properties – hence they have no place in a nootropic stack.

Neurodyne’s motto is “welcome to your new normal.” The study drug promises to increase your overall cognitive ability to a continuous greater level around the clock.

Claims

  • Enhances memory recall, concentration, mood, and focus
  • Enables conversation to flow easily
  • You are able to think quickly and succinctly
  • Your confidence hits an all-time high
  • Your concentration is at its peak

So, does Neurodyne fulfill all the promises it makes, or it doesn’t deliver on any? Let’s delve in deeper in our neurodyne review.

Neurodyne’s Main Ingredients

Since Neurodyne doesn’t reveal ingredient serving sizes, there’s no way of knowing if there’s too much or too little of each ingredient. The brain supplement is made up of proprietary blends, which is what we’ll be exploring.

Neuro Rise Blend (Comprises Cordyceps, Huperzia, Theobromines & Phenibut): 2000 mg

The ingredient we think the manufacturer should have omitted in this blend is Phenibut, a popular synthetic drug whose negative effects far outweigh its positive ones. The problem with Phenibut is that it is very unpredictable. It makes you both alert and sedated and its positive effects can backfire when you least expect it. For instance, you may start to feel sedated when taking an exam.

Huperzia also raises a red flag. It comprises the acetylcholinesterase inhibitor huperzine A that must be properly cycled for safe usage. Regular consumption can lead to serious side effects like poor memory. Only a very tiny dose of Huperzine A is necessary. Since we don’t know how much is used in the blend, it may have been overdosed.

Cordyceps is a fungus believed to possess medicinal properties. Some people believe it can cure anything – from colds to low energy. But these claims aren’t backed by scientific evidence.

Theobromine is a compound found in cocoa beans that is used by some fitness enthusiasts as a pre-workout replacement for caffeine. Others use it as a nootropic because of claims that it can improve cognition and mood. But these claims are unreliable as they are not backed by research.

Neuro Sub Inhibitor Blend (Comprises Rhodiola Rosea, Sulbutiamine & Hops): 250 mg

Sulbutiamine, an artificial version of Vitamin b1, is popular for its nootropic properties. It is believed to increase focus, memory, motivation, and mood. But sulbutiamine has been known to interact with dopamine production so there are concerns about tolerance and its effects on mood.

Hops is a plant that seems to have mild estrogen effects. It is used for insomnia, anxiety, irritability, excitability, ADHD, and much more. We’re not sure why the manufacturer used it in Neurodyne as they already had theanine and valerian root.

Rhodiola rosea, a traditional Chinese medicine, is believed to support cognitive and physical vitality. It may lessen exhaustion and fatigue in stressful conditions. It also possesses neuroprotective properties.

Neuro X-Stress Blend (Comprises Lavender, Chamomile, Valerian Root & L-Theanine): 180 mg

The two red flags here are lavender and chamomile. They do nothing for brain health or cognition. Sure, chamomile tea is a known relaxant, but there is no scientific evidence showing that chamomile powder can relieve anxiety. Lavender can help with sleep quality, but there’s no study showing that oral lavender offers the same benefits.

Valerian is a herb commonly used for insomnia. It is also used for psychological stress and anxiety, but research supporting these two uses is limited. Lastly, we have L-theanine, an amino acid found in green tea that can induce relaxation and lower anxiety. But you need to take at least 100 mg for it to be effective. The total proprietary blend here is 180 mg, so we’re left to wonder exactly how much L-theanine was included.

Neuro Smart Blend (Comprises Bacopa Monnieri & Noopept): 70 mg

Noopept is one of the most powerful synthetic drugs in the market. However, it can cause very bad side effects like heart palpitations, high blood pressure, asthenia, insomnia, and dizziness. For this reason, we don’t think it should feature in a nootropic stack, especially one that does not reveal its individual serving.

Bacopa monnieri is a powerful memory enhancer. Research has showed that it can safely improve age-related cognitive decline. In other clinical studies, it has been shown to significantly boost memory recall and retention within a short period (6-12 weeks).

You need at least 150 mg of bacopa monnieri every day to truly experience its benefits. Since the total proprietary blend is 70 mg, it means you’re getting much less than the daily dose. Even if the blend contains 50 mg bacopa, it’s still too little to offer any significant benefits.

Neuro Absorption Blend (Comprises 72 Ionic Trace Minerals): 200 mg

Trace minerals include iodine, fluoride, zinc, iron, copper, manganese, chromium, molybdenum, and selenium. All trace minerals are needed by the body, especially those we’ve mentioned here. Neurodyne contains 72 ionic trace minerals, but we’re not told which ones.

Other Ingredients: Silica, Vegetarian Capsule (Water, Cellulose)

While we may not like some of the ingredients in this focus supplement, it’s good to see that the manufacturer chose a vegetarian cellulose capsule. This makes Neurodyne ideal for vegetarians. It’s always a good thing to see manufacturers making their supplements suitable for everyone.

Where Can You Buy Neurodyne?

You can only buy Neurodyne on its official online store. A bottle containing 30 capsules sells for $99.97. We honestly think Neurodyne is overpriced. You have to buy 2 bottles if you want a month’s supply.

Dosage

To get the full benefits, you need to take 2 capsules a day: one in the morning and one in the evening.

Neurodyne’s Side Effects

Headaches, anxiety, paranoia, insomnia, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, sweating, loss of appetite, slurred speech, cramping, blurred vision, slowed heart rate, and high blood pressure.

Reviews

There are very few independent Neurodyne reviews and most give the product a low score.

Conclusion

What we don’t like most about Neurodyne is its many proprietary blends. While many proprietary blends are better than one, we still prefer individual ingredients. The best study pills in circulation list all their separate ingredients – and their serving sizes – and they are very popular because of that. When a manufacturer simply lists proprietary blends, we’re left wondering whether they have something to hide.

Another thing we don’t like about Neurodyne is its small blend sizes. With blend sizes that small, it’s very hard for the powerful ingredients to be properly dosed. There are also a few unnecessary ingredients in the stack and some that can cause serious side effects. Our question is, “why did the makers of Neurodyne think it was a great idea to include useless and harmful ingredients in the stack?” Sadly, we may never know the answer.

We wish new nootropic stacks would follow the lead of the best nootropics in the market – use the best cognitive enhancers (those without serious side effects) and reveal ingredient serving sizes. Sadly, many don’t – Neurodyne being one of the culprits. To be honest, you can do better.

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