Brain Experimentation One: Optimind Nootropic – Hoax or Legit!

Brain Experimentation One: Optimind Nootropic – Hoax or Legit!

Published By Justin Dutra On: April 12, 2017

 

 

“Optimind” is the name.

Now if you have never heard of ‘Optimind’  then I hope I can give you enough value to make sure you get your hands on this one of a kind pill as this is in correlation with neurohacking. This brand took me by surprise and to keep this short and sweet, all I will bring to the tables today is a brief overview of my trial and experience with this nootropic to expand your general knowledge of its basic upgrades for mental and neurological health. This is my story if its a hoax or legit nootropic for use.

Enjoy

TRIAL NUMBER 1: MARCH 27, 2017

 Notes From Journal: Today I have taken two capsules of ‘Optimind’ and to be honest I felt a little more engaged with the tasks at hand but the overall effect was dull after about two hours.
It was an average experience with this smart drug but I think I need to go at a higher dosage to see above effects to become more productive.
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TRIAL NUMBER 2: MARCH 31, 2017


Notes From Journal: Well today is experiment day number two and I will be taking 5 capsules when the recommended daily dosage is two.

The effects: The effects below all happened in a 15 min. period and lasted about three hours from ingestion. However it was very uncontrolled and I felt it was too caffeinated for me.

  • Hyperactive State
  • Very Focused
  • Productive
  • My Creativity Increased

If I were to take Optimind again (which I will) in the future, my recommended daily dosage would sit good at 3-4 capsules a day. If you want to try Optimind for a free 10 day trial and so is the shipping then go to the link below or click on the ‘Optimind’ links:

https://www.getoptimind.com/r/1530096

 

For more information on the ingredients and how it neurohacks your brain on the product Optimind read below:

GABA:

 GABA was first synthesized in 1883, but its role in mammals wasn’t known until 1950.

PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE:

 Phosphatidylserine is a phospholipid found in the membranes of your cells.

VITAMIN D-3:

 Vitamin D was first mistaken as vitamin A back in 1914. It wasn’t until 1922 that it was officially isolated and identified as vitamin D.

ALPHA LIPOIC ACID:

 Alpha-lipoic acid was discovered in the 1930’s, but wasn’t isolated until the 1950’s.

 

CAFFEINE:

 Although used for centuries, caffeine wasn’t isolated until 1819 by a German chemist. Today, nearly 90% of Americans consume it daily.*

HUPERZINE A:

 Huperzine A is isolated from huperzia serrata, a Chinese club moss, in the late 1980’s.

 

TYROSINE:

 L-Tyrosine is an amino acid first discovered by a German chemist in 1846.

TAURINE:

 Taurine is an amino acid first discovered in 1827 by German scientists.

 

VITAMIN B-12:

 Vitamin B-12, also called cobalamin, is a water-soluble vitamin. Vitamin B12 was discovered in 1948 by 2 separate teams, one in the U.S. and one in the U.K.

SULBUTIAMINE:

 Sulbutiamine is a form of vitamin B1 first synthesized in 1965 by Japanese researchers.

 

VINPOCETINE:

 Vinpocetine was discovered in 1975 by a Hungarian chemist. It’s extracted from the periwinkle plant.

 

BACOPA MONNIERI:

 Bacopa is a perennial, creeping herb used in Ayurvedic tradition for centuries.

 

 

Anyway thanks for engaging in this neuro-experimentation session I had with Optimind. I can say that this brand is legit and has high credibility trying to make the world a better place.

Definitely check it out.

 Also, stay tuned for the upcoming post to ensure you get insight from the trending world of neuroscience.

See you again and take care.