ISO Brain Review
ISO Brain: Claims To Be The World’s Best Nootropic – Fact Or Fiction?
How’s this for a big claim – ISO Brain says it’s the ‘best nootropic on the market’.
Developed by LA-based supplement company Enrichment labs LLC, this relatively new product is all natural, and makes plenty of promises around upping and supporting a stack of important brain functions including memory, focus, clarity of thought and even mood.
With 15 natural nootropic ingredients, vitamins and minerals in the mix, does ISO Brain really help your brain hit the jackpot?
ISO Brain’s Formula
Everything is fully disclosed here, which we’re pretty impressed with. Here’s what you’ll find in each serve:
- Vitamin B3 (20mg)
- Vitamin B12 (1mg)
- Vitamin D3 (400iu)
- Coenzyme Q10 (100mg)
- Gingko biloba (120mg)
- Vinpocetine (30mg)
- DMAE (100mg)
- Bacopa monnieri (300mg)
- L-tyrosine (500mg)
- 5-HTP (300mg)
- Green tea (60mg)
- Choline (250mg)
- Inositol (250mg)
- Acetyl-l-carnitine (500mg)
Taking ISO Brain
You have two options here – either take four capsules with breakfast or two at breakfast and two at lunch.
There’s a lack of independent, reliable user reviews here, probably because the product is so new to the market. While the official website contains some testimonials, we don’t really see that as a reliable gauge here.-… As more independent feedback materialises, we will post details here
Reported Side Effects
There’s some good news here – at the time of writing, no adverse reactions to ISO Brain have been reported.
Where To Buy ISO Brain
It looks like you should visit the manufacturer’s website for this one.
Here a 7 day supply will set you back $29.95 plus shipping, while 15 days’ worth of ISO Brain costs $49.95. A 30-day supply costs $79.95.
If you’re up for more commitment, a monthly autoship program involves a monthly recurring subscription at a slightly lower price point. JUST READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS BEFORE SIGNING UP..
Any Cash Back Guarantee?
The makers offer a 90-day cash back guarantee, that the makers claim assures you of a full refund if dissatisfied with the results.
While this nootropic may sound impressive upon first glance, there are a few stumbling blocks for us here.
First off its not cheap..at $30 for a weeks supply, it makes it quite expensive to use long term…
Going more in-depth, the inclusion of 5-HTP is a bit of a worry – while it’s well-documented that this acts as a precursor to serotonin release, making it a good short-term treatment for depression, the dose here however is ( it appears) twice the recommended limit.
Side effects linked to 5-HTP include:
- Heart palpitations
- Stomach Issues
- Sexual dysfunction
Next up is L-tyrosine – while this nootropic can be effective, the form used in this product is weak and not as bioavailable as many alternatives, including N-acetyl-L-tyrosine (NALT).
While Vinpocetine does a great job of clearing brain fog and supporting memory, at 30mg we’re getting very close to the upper threshold of dosage here. The inclusion of DMAE, meanwhile, is another sticking point – it should only be taken a few times a week and isn’t really recommended as a safe nootropic, having been linked to a range of side effects…. pregnant women for instance should not take DMAE is experts believe it harm the development of the unborn babies brain
To conclude, we’re not confident that enough thought has been put into ISO Brain’s formula, so we wouldn’t want to recommend this as a nootropic.
We Recommend That You Look Elsewhere