NeuraFlow is a supplement that boasts it is specifically designed for visionaries and entrepreneurs, promising a caffeine-free brain enhancement that is sure to give you the competitive edge. NeuraFlow touts 9 ingredients that they claim have had over 209 studies conducted on them to prove that it will “evolve your brain.”
What’s so cool about NeuraFlow and its 9 special ingredients that will boost my focus, energy, and memory?
NeuraFlow sells its supplement via a lively video featuring its inventor, a guy named Jack Chen who is also the CEO of Prime Health, LLC. Jack explains that the most important commodity of any entrepreneur is time. “30,000 days on this planet, dude, is all you get,” he says early on.
Jack goes on to tell a personal story about how he is a hip-hop dancer, and ntrepreneur that does film and video, showing clips of his work. Because of his lack of time and need for more energy and focus, he says he got into “brain hacking” or nootropics (the fancy name for smart drugs).
Jack says he did “hours and hours” of research and self-experimentation and finally found the right ingredients that worked for him, but had a hard time finding all of them in one supplement.
Jack goes on to admit that there is nothing particularly special about NeuraFlow – it is not a patented formula and there is no new “secret” ingredient. He says he boiled down his list of his favorite nootropics to 9 ingredients that he felt had the most research behind them.
Jack says that he has decided to make NeuraFlow different from other brain supplement companies that charge a lot of money and make it a “pain in the ass” to cancel their trial offers by offering high quality ingredients at the lowest price possible.
Ok, sounds cool but what is the cost of NeuraFlow?
NeuraFlow costs $29 for one bottle, which includes the shipping price. Jack says there are no sneaky subscriptions or tiny text. You do have the option to order multiple bottles or set up a monthly subscription, but NeuraFlow promises these are all clearly outlined and can be modified or cancelled easily at any time.
NeuraFlow 30-day money back guarantee
Jack says he is very proud of the NeuraFlow guarantee, which he says is better than many other “shady” nootropic companies out there. He says if you take it for 28 days and you decide it doesn’t work, you can email him at email@example.com and ask for a refund. Jack promises he’ll say “Yes, you can have your money back and have a nice day.”
NeuraFlow brain supplement disclaimer
Jack touts the fact that NeuraFlow is not sold by a giant supplement company and that it was created for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs. He admits NeuraFlow is not a “magic pill” and warns you that any company that promises this is “most definitely lying or scaming [sic].”
At the end of the day, he states that better concentration, focus, and memory are based not on a pill but on your diet, lifestyle, and habits. NeuraFlow emphasizes that their product is a very good SUPPLEMENT to your already healthy lifestyle, habits, and health.
Jack concludes the NeuraFlow video pitch by saying that everybody is different; NeuraFlow won’t increase your IQ or turn you into a genius, but you will get a lot more work done in less time so long as you combine it with productivity strategies, mental exercises, and techniques to help you focus.
OK, I get it – so what are the 9 ingredients in NeuraFlow?
NeuraFlow boasts it has no synthetic chemicals or fillers and also contains no caffeine. The ingredients listed are:
Gingko Biloba, Phosphadatidylserine, N-Acetyl-L Carnitine, St. John’s Wort, L-Glutamine, DMAE Bitartrate, Bacopa Monnieri (they misspell it as Bacopa Monniera), Vinpocetine, and Huperzine-A.
Note: the ingredients does contain cellulose (aka wood pulp fiber), which is essentially a filler, and silicone dioxide, a synthetic anti-caking agent. Both of these are common, harmless ingredients in many pills.
NeuraFlow states that because of the gingko and St. John’s Wort, you should not take it with medication and adds that their product is “not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease”, as required by law.
Bottom Line: NeuraFlow seems sincere in its pitch, but it’s just another unproven nootropic not likely to give you much of a brain boost
We at BrightReviews have to admit we like Mr. Chen and his relatively no-nonsense marketing for NeuraFlow. He seems to be talking from the heart.
However, that doesn’t really mean NeuraFlow is that special – in fact, he admits as much in the course of his video. And when he posted his introductory pitch of NeuraFlow on the Nootropics Reddit Board – a place where geeks gather to discuss brain supplements – they weren’t impressed, either.
In this post, Jack confides that when it comes to understanding smart drugs “the learning curve is steep as f*** and it requires a bit of faith on the opinions of others and short term studies.”
Several commenters replied they do not like all-in-one pills like NeuraFlow and that the main ingredient appears to be St. John’s Wort (250 mg), which is in too small a dose to be effective. Others wondered what the quality control process was and if the product was independently tested (he did not respond with an answer).
Jack went on to agree that his formula was “very basic” and meant for the mainstream who may be interested in smart drugs but don’t understand them. He added that in his own personal regimen he takes his pill along with phenylpiracetam, grapefruit juice, and caffeine.
In other words, the creator of NeuraFlow isn’t even really satisfied with his own formula and relies on caffeine, just like many of us do, for energy and focus.
Therefore, we say if you are interested in smart drugs, you should read the Beginner’s Guide to Nootropics on Reddit and where you can find out more about these ingredients.
(But at the end of the day, we think 2 cups of coffee in the a.m. are likely to work just as well.)
Let us know your experience with NeuraFlow. Did it work like Jack promised? If not, did he give you your money back?