Neuro Spark Review Summary
Our Neuro Spark review isn’t very long, because we have actually reviewed this exact same formula several times now. We are growing tired of these duplicated, white label, scammy nootropics ending up on the “featured” page on Amazon.
Neuro Spark comprises a weak, generic, mass-produced formula that is very thin in key areas. Its main ingredient is pretty much ineffective, and many of the ingredients are dosed so low that they may as well not be there at all.
If you want a a serious, professional-quality nootropic to help with your memory, mood and focus, then check out our top rated stacks. A potent, “unique” product Neuro Spark is not.
Where To Buy Neuro Spark
Like all of these white label supplements running the so-called “Amazon method”, Neuro Spark is sold exclusively online. That way the “manufacturers” don’t have to spend any money on fulfillment, or even a proper website!
Full Neuro Spark Review
Neuro Spark by We Are Fit LLC is a total newcomer on Amazon.
However, it is already being listed as a “featured” product, which means that it will no doubt soon be getting a lot of attention from those of you who are total newcomers to nootropics yourselves.
So, we thought it would be a good idea to get a thorough, impartial, and exhaustive Neuro Spark review up here so you can make an informed buying decision.
What is Neuro Spark all about then?
According to the bottle, Neuro Spark deals with the three main aspects of cognitive function; “memory”, “clarity”, and “focus”. There’s no mention of mood on the bottle, but that isn’t necessarily something we always look for in a natural nootropic.
The official We Are Fit LLC merchant page on Amazon gives us a little more information about what we can expect from Neuro Spark.
According to them, Neuro Spark provides the following key benefits:
- Energy boost without the crash
- Enhanced memory
- Greater alertness
- Increased attention span
- Better all-round cognitive function
That all sounds wonderful.
But can we believe any of this?
Does Neuro Spark actually improve your memory?
Can it increase attention span?
What have other people been saying about Neuro Spark?
Is there anything better on the market for improving focus, memory, and reducing fatigue at the same time?
We’ll answer all of these questions in this full Neuro Spark review. If you get to the end of the post and you still have some unanswered questions, please do not hesitate to post them in the comments section below. We’ll always aim to get back to you within 24 hours.
Neuro Spark Formula
Here is a shot of the Neuro Spark label, showing all of the formula information:
Yes, that’s right.
We have yet another nootropic being sold on Amazon with this exact formula.
We have already come across several nootropics that use this formula.
And we don’t mean that we’ve reviewed supplements with a formula that’s kind of the same as this one.
We don’t mean we’ve reviewed supplements that have ripped off this formula and changed a few things.
We mean there are several nootropics currently being sold through Amazon which use this exact formula down to the microgram.
The ingredients are the same.
The extract concentrations are the same.
The serving sizes are the same.
The layout of the label is the same.
The bottles are the same dimensions.
Don’t take our word for it. Check out some of the following reviews. You’ll see that they are all using the exact same formulation:
What’s going on here?
We think we’re pretty certain we know what’s going on.
Duplicate White Label Nootropics – The “Amazon Method”
There is a very simple reason that you will find so many supplements on Amazon using exactly the same formula.
No, it has nothing to do with the brilliance of the formula.
Individuals, or perhaps even a single individual, are purchasing a set number of units of a “white label” offering.
A white label offering is when a manufacturer provides a product for you to apply your own branding to. You have the distribution rights, but you have no hand in the production of the product.
White label products are by their very nature cheap, ready made, ‘off-the-rack’ products.
Manufacturers offer them at low prices to anyone who has the money.
All an individual needs to do is send across a pdf with their unique branding, a delivery address, and the money for the first order (usually about a thousand units).
So where does Amazon come into this?
The individuals behind these products will provide the wholesaler with an Amazon warehouse as the delivery address.
Amazon will then take care of storage, order processing, shipping, and everything else for a share of the profits.
All the individuals behind these products need to do is sit back, collect their money, and re-order another shipment when stocks at the warehouse get low (which Amazon will tell them to do anyway).
Once a certain product reaches “saturation point” with orders, you can just make a new label and get that one listed on Amazon too.
Few customers will notice that both products use the same formula.
Even fewer will care.
Most people simply wont realize what a ride they’re being taken for – and that’s fine by the people behind these cheap, generic, low-quality supplements.
We’ve written an extensive article covering the explosion of ‘private label’ nootropics that have come about as a result of the “Amazon Method” over the last year or so. Find it here.
We strongly urge you to check it out so you can avoid falling foul of these sorts of scams in the future.
What About The Formula Itself?
This formula is not used in all of these generic, off-the-rack products because it is so good it needs to be replicated.
It is very weak in some key areas.
It uses useless, ineffective, unproven ingredients that are thought to be effective largely because of media hype.
The best ingredients are under-dosed.
All-in-all, it is a rather thin, low-quality, under-powered nootropic supplement.
Let us be a little more specific.
The most abundant ingredient in Neuro Spark is St. John’s Wort.
We are yet to see any convincing clinical evidence of St. John’s Wort actually providing the benefits people usually associate with it: stress-relief, deep sleep promotion, and reduced anxiety.
Without any compelling evidence, we’re forced to conclude that St. John’s Wort is all hype and no substance.
It contains Bacopa monnieri, which is a powerful memory booster.
However, it only contains 120mg of a 20% bacoside extract (bacosides are the things in bacopa which actually help with memory function).
That is both a smaller dose and a significantly weaker extract than we are used to seeing in premium-quality nootropic stack.
There are other problems with this formula, from the ridiculously small quantities of amino acids to the rather mediocre dose of ginkgo biloba. However, since we’ve commented on these several times, we see no need to go into detail here.
Neuro Spark Review Conclusion
Neuro Spark is the latest in a long line of duplicated, white label, scammy nootropic supplements being sold on Amazon right now.
These supplements all come from the same manufacturer.
Individuals, or perhaps even a single individual, are purchasing orders of these products and paying the wholesaler to just slap on their personalized branding later. In some cases, wholesalers will even design the labels for a fee. They then just have the manufacturer send the order to an Amazon warehouse. Amazon handles everything else.
Everyone in this circumstance makes money at your expense.
You pay premium prices for a generic, low-quality nootropic.
If you are serious about enhancing your cognitive function in the short and long term, then opt for a serious, comprehensive nootropic.
If you want professional results, then you need to use a professional product.