No heavy metals or starch. Tested for purity by a third party. Users report feeling more energized and focused, while memory function seems to improve and inflammation decreases. Lion's Mane helps reduce anxiety. Capsules are easy to swallow and don't have a weird aftertaste.
Make sure to take capsule 20 minutes before eating; may cause side effects such as headaches without food.
Can take with or without food. Soft gels are easy to swallow. While memory seems to improve, users also claim an improvement in mood and ability to concentrate; some even report the ability to speak more clearly and an increase in self-confidence.
Contact your doctor or healthcare provider before use if taking other anti-coagulant or anti-platelet medications.
Users like both the increase in overall memory and in energy, and report feeling more rested when waking in the morning. No caffeine as an ingredient, so no jitters as a side effect. Students are happy with improved focus during classes, studying, and test-taking.
Should take close to meals to prevent stomach upset; stay hydrated throughout the day, or supplement may cause headaches.
Women experiencing perimenopause claim a reduction in brain fog. Can take for several days, break from the regimen, and continue to avoid building a tolerance; more of a "take in a cycle" vs. "take daily" supplement. Consumers are pleased with the spike in energy.
Shouldn't operate heavy machinery until effects of use are known. Does contain pork gelatin; not vegetarian or vegan-friendly.
Contains natural green tea extract and no caffeine. great for keeping energy up while working long shifts. ADHD sufferers have taken this with better results than from their prescription medication. Users report better moods and memory; some feel their vision and social skills have improved.
May not work immediately; the manufacturer recommends taking for at least 2 months to determine efficacy.
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