Wolfson Berg NOOCUBE Nootropic Review
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.
What Are Nootropics?
Nootropics, also known as smart drugs, are products that help stimulate and increase cognitive function, with particular focus on executive functions, memory, focus, creativity and motivation.
People are learning that relying on cups of coffee and tea isn’t too healthy and isn’t always the answer, I have been using MindLab Pro recently and whilst being initially skeptical I was pleasantly surprised with the results and have been taking them ever since.
There are studies available for all to see that people with a higher IQ tend to earn more than their less gifted counterparts, now this screams common sense, however, plenty of people do not reach their full potential and fall in to the old trap of routine even with a good standard of intelligence.
These nootropics will not make you smarter so to speak, but they can help lift the fog and aid with concentration and focus.
From scholars, truck drivers, dentists, soldiers to machine operators, we may all be able to benefit. You can read a bit more about them here.
Wolfson Berg NOOCUBE Nootropic Review First Look:
I’ve just returned from buying my first truck.
She’s a beauty. 1998 Nissa straight 2.5l diesel and stick.
Yep, I have been looking for a whole manner of cars recently and already have two including an aging Saab 9-3 but this oddity just stood out at me, and I can confirm it is as noisy and slow as you would imagine.
However, I had to get up early this morning after a long night writing and testing pre workout supplements, plus hitting the gym.
That meant that after only having 6 hours sleep and waiting naturally because I was bursting for a pee I felt a bit disjointed this morning. I reached for my coffee, fell over the cat and slung some clothes on.
The coffee wasn’t enough…
I needed something to clear my mind and make sure I could concentrate…I did have a long drive ahead.
So, looking at the nootropics, I normally use Mindlab Pro but thought I should switch it up a little and see what else is available on the market and Noocupe stood out to me, not less because of the guarantee which offers a 100% refund plus shipping is paid for too.
No risk then really.
Why did it stand out?
Apart from the guarantee, it just looks professional, clean and there’s something appealing about the design. Its also been formulated by neuroscientists.
My friend is a neurologist, he likes Mindlab Pro but agreed that this should be worth a look too based on the ingredients.
Huperzine A – Some research shows that taking huperzine A by mouth for 4 weeks improves the memory older children and teenagers who complain of memory problems.
What Effect Will This Have?
This contains a wealth of ingredients much like MindLap Pro does which we rave about.
There’s some difference between the two products though, that said many ingredients overlap, seeing that is quite reassuring because we know that they’re both great products.
Every single ingredient included in this product is effective and beneficial.
Every single ingredient will help towards working memory, concentration, attention, fight against free radicals that threaten cell damage, reduce stress or inflammation and can even increase IQ scores.
Basically, overall cognitive function will be improved.
And I certainly felt it. I was much more ‘switched on’.
It’s pretty hard to find fault with this product. There’s not one ingredient that doesn’t offer some sort of benefit…usually in these sort of products you can find some sort of fault, ill researched ingredients or that it’s just full of stimulants which makes it nothing more than a can of Red Bull.
Compared tot MindLab Pro this is slightly underdosed at 1995mg daily over 4 capsules compared to 2600mg.
However, I am really digging to find faults here.
Wolfson Berg NOOCUBE Nootropic Review Conclusion:
Okay, it is a really good supplement, a great cognitive enhancer and can prevent cell damage and work against the development of cognitive diseases.
There’s 9 ingredients present and every one of them is beneficial, be it for concentrations, memory function (I have a terrible short term memory), IQ score, attention, reducing anxiety, inflammation and overall cognitive processing.
I can only score it down slightly because it’s daily dose over 4 capsules is just slightly down…but I am splitting hairs.