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Optimind Review

Mental Productivity simply put is how effective your brain functions. Nootropics or “smart drugs” in simple terms are drugs, supplements, and other substances that may help enhance and boost cognitive functions essential for brain health and peak mental performance.

In the fast-paced living of today, the popularity and hype over cognition-enhancing supplements have continued to rise up that it is no longer surprising to find nootropic stacks here and there as they are considered an essential part of every healthy individual’s diet.

To name a difference such as CILTEP to some, OptiMind is no different than their other product counterparts. All products claim to have the same mechanism and effect on healthy individuals taking these nootropic drugs and supplements, enhanced cognitive and brain functions, and sell them for a respectable profit. For every practical use of these brain supplements, it is the user’s imperative duty to do a comprehensive research of any product that’s relatively new to them. To do informed reading to fully understand the pros and cons of a new product made available to them should do the trick.

  • It is notable to add in this review that OptiMind reserves the right to protect its business by creating a proprietary “Focus Blend,” which apparently lacks in transparency, but does not in any way omit important information or problems.

Is OptiMind a scam? And the answer is…NO.

When a new product is flying off the shelves or when something is getting the attention it truly deserves, tearing down that opponent naturally come into play.

But to fully understand whether to deem OptiMind a SCAM, or whether OptiMind is worth trying and spending for… One should at least try to find out what OptiMind has to offer its consumers. A review of OptiMind’s benefits or side effects if any, ingredients, indications, dosage requirements, practicality, and availability of the product, may just be what you need to help you make a sound decision.

CAFFEINE AS PRIMARY BENEFIT

Caffeine, a stimulant that’s known to increase stamina and keep you alert to get a whole lot of things done, has been heralded for its many health benefits, that is when taken in right amounts. The quantity of caffeine found in each serving is found on the label. Don’t forget to read the label prior to use.

Caffeine is known to reduce the risk of several types of cancers, helps maintain good heart health by reducing the risk of stroke by as much as 22%, reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, reduces the risk of getting non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, helps people with asthma, aids in maintaining overall eye health, among other health benefits.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

The largest caffeine-fix OptiMind can provide someone trying to complete some focused and uninterrupted work is 150 mg of caffeine. Similar products like Natural Stacks Smark Caffeine and Hyperion Mind 1-2-Go have 100 mg and 80 mg of caffeine, respectively. This is a higher dose of a highly stimulating substance. While caffeine-intensity varies on the type of coffee bean used, as well as the methods used in roasting and brewing, the nootropics community suggests that a cup of coffee is somehow equivalent to 100 mg [1]. OptiMind is assumed to be equivalent to 12 ounces. This means that most caffeine-sensitive individuals will be on a heightened and logically-engaged state ideal for activities requiring concentration and mental sharpness such as studying and other physical activities. Check with your doctor first to know if this product is safe for you. Tread lightly…

OTHER BENEFICIAL INGREDIENTS OF OptiMind

Since the formula used to make OptiMind is a top secret and cannot be included in a proprietary blend for the purpose of strategic planning, we can make do with the nutritional ingredients provided in this review. These include:

  • VITAMIN D (385 IU) – Though the daily recommended value [2] displayed on the label claims to be 96%, the number considered here is rather too low for it to be optimal. The dosage range should be @ 20 – 80 IU / kg [3]. An extra of 385 IU will be good and helpful.
  • VITAMIN B12 (500 mcg) – Vitamin B12 plays a vital role in the production of red blood cells. Red blood cells are an important element of the blood with carrying oxygen around the body as its primary function. It is essential to maintain this healthy balance in order to keep our bodies energized and well-conditioned to face our daily duties.
  • CALCIUM (44mg) – Calcium is a mineral that aids in building strong bones and teeth. It also allows our blood to clot normally, our muscles to contract and keeps the heart beating. The recommended daily intake (RDI) of calcium ranges from 1,000 to 1,300 mg per day depending on age and gender.
  • MAGNESIUM (16 mg) – It is mineral responsible for the many biological processes of the body. Also termed as our body’s “Master Commander.” It is important for bone formation, calcium absorption, prevention of other diseases such as type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, depression and anxiety and more. The recommended dose of bioavailable magnesium as supplementation is 200 mg.

DO-IT-YOURSELF OptiMind: How to make it and is it worth the effort?

As mentioned before, due to the proprietary blend clause of this product, dosage analysis of each ingredient found in OptiMind will not be discussed, but rather, provide you the optimal doses of each ingredient, costing, and whether the do-it-yourself version is the right one for you or not. Below are the list of ingredients and some information about each one as a reference.

  • Bacopa Monnieri (Synapsa Bacopa Extract 55% Bacosides) – Bacopa, a standard amongst these so-called “nootropics or smart drugs,” dosage is 300 mg. Synapsa guarantees 55% bacosides, not necessary though. Recommended Bacopa: $ 14.99 per 90 servings
  • L-Taurine – Considered a basic health supplement, it is an organic acid which assists in heightened stimulation, dosages ranging from 500 – 2000 mg. Recommended L-Taurine: $7.49 per 100 servings
  • Phosphatidylserine (SerinAid) – Optimal daily dose of phosphatidylserine is 300 mg. Can be a neuroprotective agent. Recommended Phosphatidylserine: $23 per 30 servings
  • GABA – This is optional. It is known to have difficulty crossing the blood-brain barrier well, definitely not what’s in OptiMind. For GABA alone, doses range from 2-3000 mg, while the proprietary blend is only 1288 mg including everything.
  • L-Tyrosine – Known for reducing stress and fatigue, it can improve mental performance and longevity. The dosage range is at 500 – 2000 mg. Recommended L-Tyrosine: $9.99 per 90 servings
  • Alpha Lipoic Acid – Also called “ALA,” comes in varieties but some are not as useful. NA-R-ALA (which is stabilized) is highly suggested in the dose of 125 mg. Recommended ALA: $29.99 per 240 servings
  • Vinpocetine – Standard dose is 5-60 mg. We recommend starting with 30 mg first (especially as part of such a large stack). Recommended Vinpocetine: $19.47 per 80 servings
  • Huperzine A – A memory-enhancing extract. The 50 – 200 mcg doses are typically used. Recommended Huperzine A: $16.17 per 120 servings
  • Sulbutiamine – Crossing the blood-brain barrier is made possible with the help of this synthetic compound and the vitamin B1supplement (also called Thiamine). This essential nutrient may help reduce fatigue and improve cognitive functions. Recommended Sulbutiamine: $8.99 per 60 servings

Now, let’s take a look at the final numbers.

For only $1.78 per serving, you can create an optimal version of OptiMind, with GABA only as an optional ingredient.

A bottle of OptiMind costs $2.70 per serving (or $1.99 per serving if you buy 2 OptiMind bottles).

For just a trial run, you would be spending the whopping amount of $130.09 for all the ingredients we recommended and would also be swallowing 8 – 12 pills per day compared to just 2 in OptiMind.

VERDICT: We vouch for our product. We guarantee that the ingredients and dosages we recommended for OptiMind were probably under the recommended value. Therefore, OptiMind is relatively safe for daily supplementation. Also, based on the numbers presented here, OptiMind is more expensive when bought per serving. It is proven to be more convenient and cheaper, though, when bought all at once in one place.

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