NOOTROLUX Nootropic Review // Can It Aid Cognitive Function?
With many tasks being thrown at me at the moment along with working commitments I wanted to discover whether Nootrolux was as good as the leading nootropics.
LAST UPDATED: November 2018 by Ben.
As Nootropics are coming more and more popular for people wanting to restore a bit of clarity and improve concentration.
I thought it was reasonable to start testing a few of these products to see what direction they are heading and also to offer a bit of direction for people who may not be quite au fait with the products or ingredients.
As with all supplements, there is a lot of crap out there that looks and sounds amazing but under the well branded wrapper it could be just a waste of money.
There are 9 ingredients included, hopefully they will be effective, let’s take a closer look.
It is generally touted as a Muscle Builder, but has not been proven to enhance muscle building in healthy individuals; only those suffering from physical trauma such as burns or muscular wounds (knife wounds) or in disease states in which muscle wasting occurs, such as AIDS. 
St John’s Wort
Used for depression, however, the effects are not entirely proven nor definite. It can also effect how other drugs work if combined.
Plus, can also be toxic if you have massive amounts equating to 1000mg per kilo of body weight. 
Acetyl-L-carnitine helps the body produce energy. It is important for heart and brain function, muscle movement, and many other body processes.
It is a very popular supplement and widely proven to be active drugs for the therapy of symptoms associated with male aging.
Any fat loss tends to be associated with the extra energy provided by this compound which in turn increases exercise. 
This appears to help with blood flow and circulation, however, there is no real body of evidence to support these claims. 
There are a number of good ingredients included in this nootropic that will help with brain function.
Bacopa monnieri, Huperzine and Vinpocetine are found in the best nootropic we have tested which is good to see.
All of these ingredients are proven to help with memory, attention, cognitive processing and learnng skills, just what you need from a nootropic.
This nootropic also includes Carnitine which isn’t found in other nootropics but is found in supplements such as fat burners and pre workouts because it helps the body process energy and it is good for brain function plus a number of other bodily processes.
Phosphatidylserine looks to improve memory for those who a little bit older (and wiser), which is also good if you have a memory like mine which is, quite frankly, horrendous.
Then there’s a few ingredients that appear to offer benefit but there’s a lack of entirely conclusive evidence.
Glutamine is often found in ‘all-in-one’ protein shakes that contain a number of ingredients which takes the fuss out of having to sort out your own doses of creatine, BCAA’s, protein etc. However, it only seems to be effective if you have suffered some form of trauma.
DMAE doesn’t have a wealth of confirmed prove that it can be good for cognitive function and this seems to be the same for Ginkgo which is supposed to be great for blood flow and circulation which would aid brain function.
St John’s Wort is widely available in many drug and health stores because it is used for depression, yet could be toxic if you have 1000mg per kilo of bodyweight.
Oddly there is only 1 pill per daily serving and the daily dose is pretty low, especially when compared to its competitors.
My Nootrolux Conclusion:
Overall this is a good product and worth your time and money.
It is much better than many of the other nootropics which seem to be flooding the market since the popularity in ‘bio hacking’ has risen.
There’s a few ingredients that are missing from this which could work well, however, even Mind Lab Pro misses some of the good one’s that are included here.
While there a re concerns of total effectiveness on a small number of ingredients, the real world benefits offered by the rest of the product makes this a worth while and effective product to help you through your day.
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Ben himself has been interested in fitness from an early age. He started playing rugby at the age of 6 for his town, county and school where he gained his full colors while also being in the Army Cadets. After graduating from university in 2005 with a BA(Hons) Ben moved to London and nurtured his love for weightlifting to support his rugby, he also became heavily involved with cycling. Ben also started skiing and recently joined the Army Reserve to further develop his capabilities.