Maybe you’ve found your way to IAST’s nootropic reviews because a friend shared the link with you. Maybe you found us posted on Reddit Nootropics and decided to visit the brain supplement bible. In any case, we are happy to have you drop in on our Geniux review. We love nootropics. We encourage the use of nootropics. We believe that productivity and a sharp brain are keys to a healthy lifestyle. If you can get more done at work in a shorter amount of time, that means more mindless Facebook time for you. Who doesn’t want that?
Nootropics are sometimes controversial because the uninformed will make claims that nootropics are “brain steroids.” They feel that people who use nootropics are gaining an unfair advantage. This is ridiculous. As you will see from this Geniux review, natural ingredients can influence the brain’s ability to focus and memorize. On a smaller scale, so can coconut oil, but no one’s crying about that. For the most part and hesitantly using web slang, people are haterz. It just is what it is. The modern world is here and it is fast paced. There is no shame in trying to keep up with it better.
Geniux is a pound for pound legit contender for one of the best nootropics. It claims to improve memory and increase your ability to focus for longer periods of time. It is ranked #5 on my best nootropics list. Is it right for you? Let’s see if the manufacturer claims can be supported by Geniux ingredients.
No one buys a car without finding out what’s under the hood of that car, right? Well, it really is the same for Nootropics. You need to know what’s in them. To be honest, I often ask what’s under the hood of the car, but that’s just me posturing at a dealership. The truth is, I don’t know car parts from pine needles. And in case you feel the same way about nootropic ingredients, I have conveniently posted links to resources, scientific studies and further documentation over included ingredients. This way, you know what you truly have when you drive off that dealership lot, unlike me.
The production and protection of Acetylcholine is an essential core competency when it comes to cognitive function. The less you have, the more your brain struggles with focus and memory. This internal commodity is the workhorse neurotransmitter the brain needs to help you with your productivity needs. So it would make sense to protect it, right? That’s exactly why Geniux ingredients include both Alpha GPC and Huperzine A. These two ingredients have a beautifully symbiotic relationship that helps the brain with Acetylcholine. Alpha GPC helps the brain produce it while Huperzine A helps the brain protect it. So you get more of the essential neurotransmitter and you keep what you have (and gain). That’s science at work protecting your cognitive goods like a boss.
Here is Huperzine A helping with Alzheimer’s and here is Alpha GPC enhancing that mental function you cherish. Like I said, science matters and in the case of these two ingredients, Geniux got it right.
Without a good memory, your brain is just wasted space. Unless you admire that zombie lifestyle, in which case, your brain is unable to retain information might not be the worst thing. Geniux ingredients include Vinpocetine studied for use as an improver of cognitive function for the very reason that it helps the brain remember information. Vinpocetine has been and guess what? It passed with flying colors. This is another solid, scientifically sensible addition on the part of Geniux.
Improved sleep and improved stress management are essential to a healthy brain. I know, who would have thought that lack of sleep and constant worrying would somehow deteriorate brain function? Well, shockingly, it seems to do just that. GABA and L-Tyrosine are included in Geniux ingredients to combat both of those chronic ailments and they do a darn good job of it. Oh, more GABA in the brain means more memory.
Overall, I rate these ingredients as top of the line. The quality and the science is there. I do think there are a few better options on my best nootropics list, but you aren’t exactly making a mistake by purchasing Geniux.
What’s Good About Geniux?
Well, if you read the Lumonol review in full, you are probably pretty aware that I endorse it. It is on my list of best nootropics for good reason. The Lumonol ingredients are scientifically proven (I linked above to valid research studies) and the price is affordable (or rather, competitive) and the blend is potent. They don’t short you at all. I don’t see anything bad here. The only way this product gets passed on is if you decide to go with another one of our top rated nootropics on our best list linked a few sentences up. And hey, it is never a bad idea to way options. If, however, this is your last stop and you end up going with Lumonol, I don’t think you will end up disappointed. Either way, stop back by and toss us a comment. We’d love to hear more about your experience with the product, even if it happens to run counter to our assessment.