A stack that with racetams and other supplements to provide enhanced mental clarity when needed, boosted with Oxiracetam for a Boost.
TruBrain is categorized under Branded Supplements.
It is also known as truBRAIN Capsules.
Also KnowntruBRAIN Capsules
DescriptionA stack that with racetams and other supplements to provide enhanced mental clarity when needed, boosted with Oxiracetam for a Boost.
TruBrain sells a thinkdrink and a capsule version of their popular nootropic stack. The capsule forms contain one set that is referred to as “Boost”. Trubrain claims to improve mental clarity, memory, focus and attention. The company uses mostly FDA approved GRAS ingredients as part of theirs tack other than Piracetam and Oxiracetam. The lineup of supplements are manufactured in the USA, California to be exact since 2012. The first thing that would prohibit us from buying and using this product on a daily basis is it’s cost which is almost 4X all other supplements stacks we have reviewed. However, we will focus on the efficacy of the supplement as well rather than just it’s unaffordability.
Each individual nootropic supplement may be reviewed on our site to measure it’s efficacy.
Side Effects & If Its a Scam?
No side effects are listed on the TruBrain’s website. However we would advise those nursing or expecting a baby to consult a physician first. The capsules are vegan, gluten free, non gmo, and packaged via sustainable solutions.
Where You Can Buy It
Trubrain can at the moment only be purchased on their official website. The thinkDrinks and the original are the exact same price. The cost per month is $125, however discounts are applied if purchased quarterly ($112) or annually at $85 a month.
Summary & Alternative to TruBrain
Truebrain has its advantages and disadvantages; the obvious ones are the quality control, the expertly curated stack based on individual benefits. However the biggest drawback is price, and the second is a lack of a strong immediate benefit. Many of the supplements may take a few hours to peak and secondly, even when they do may not be the same as someone taking Adrafinil for example, which happens to be pennies per serving rather than $4+ for each dose. A much cheaper alternative is also Lumonol which contains Noopept, known to be more potent than Piracetam.
Reviewer: Kathleen R. RN, PT Wiki Last Updated: 2016-09-03