Nootrogen Review Summary
Nootrogen is a complete scam that you should stay well clear of. It uses the same formulas as tens of other stacks we’ve reviewed on this site, and dozens of other nootropics that we haven’t dealt with yet. We mean THE EXACT SAME formula – clearly it is sourced from the same wholesaler. We know that it isn’t a case of everybody copying off one another because nobody would copy this absolutely terrible formula. Nobody in their right mind would look to replicate this cheap, tiny, dud-filled proprietary blend. You definitely wouldn’t go to the effort of laying out the label in exactly the same way as your supposed competitors.
Basically, it’s a total rip-off. Don’t get burned. Stay away from it and let it die.
Where To Buy Nootrogen
Nootrogen is sold through its very scammy looking merchant site. We wouldn’t put our credit card details into this site!
Full Nootrogen Review
Nootrogen has been on the market for a little while now, but it took us some time to hear about it. It looks as though it has been through a couple of iterations already; there are some images online of a very similar looking product called Noogenix. It’s so similar that it must just be the same product.
What is Nootrogen’s purpose?
What is it designed to do?
According to the Nootrogen website, this stack is capable of enhancing cognition in the following ways:
- Improved memory recall
- Heightened focus
- Increase brain processing speed
- Promotes relaxation, calms nerves, reduces anxiety
That is a solid range of benefits. If you’re trying to produce a comprehensive daily nootropic supplement, then you really need to touch on every aspect of brain function.
There’s no mentioned of long-term potentiation or physical brain development, but not every stack needs to provide this in order to be good. You can be perfectly fine without being the very best!
The website goes into a little more detail on each claim:
But is any of it actually true?
Plenty of supplements claim to do these wonderful things, but only a handful are actually capable of doing so.
Does Nootrogen really work?
Is it going to cause side effects?
How does it stack up against the current market leaders?
Find out by reading our detailed Nootrogen review below. We kick things off by putting the formula under the microscope to see if it really can do all of the things it says it can. In the end, we’ll tell you whether or not we’d recommend this stack to our readers. Please post all questions in the comments section at the end and we’ll try to get back to you within 48 hours.
Let’s take a closer look at the Nootrogen formula:
We can’t quite believe what we’re looking at.
Nootrogen is a scam.
A complete, utter rip-off.
There’s no other way to say it.
Nootrogen Private Label Scam
Nootrogen is another depressing example of the ‘Amazon method’ scam.
As we’ve explained already in this article, this is when individuals purchase some white label nootropics from a wholesaler, have their custom branding applied, and then have the product shipped to an Amazon warehouse.
They don’t decide what goes in the formula.
They never see the product.
They never handle the product.
Amazon and the wholesaler get very rich, while the individual running “the method” gets a little bit rich but for absolutely no effort whatsoever.
Obviously, wholesalers aren’t going to offer up their best, most effective, specialist nootropic formula up for private label or white label purchase.
Tailors don’t put their best, custom designs on the rack.
It is absolutely horrifying how many of these products you can find on the market right now. Our article on private label scams list just a few of them; we’ve reviewed some more recently.
We don’t feel the need to go into any more detail here. Suffices to stay, stay well away from supplements like this.
Nootrogen Formula – Terrible
We know that this isn’t a semi-innocent case of people copying formulas off competitors. That’s obvious when you look at how many supplements using this formula use exactly the same label layout – it’s ALL OF THEM.
Mighty big coincidence, right?
But another thing that tells us this isn’t formula theft is the simple fact that the formula is garbage.
If you don’t know anything about nootropics and you just want to rip off someone’s formula, then wouldn’t you at least steal a good one?
This formula is absolutely terrible!
Nobody in their right mind would go out of their way to steal this formula. We’ve explained why it is so bad in all of the other reviews looking at this formula, so we wont go into detail again here.
But we’ll just say that, regardless of the fact that it is a scam, nobody should use Nootrogen because it:
- Uses a tiny proprietary blend
- Contains dud ingredients
- Contains obvious filler ingredients
- Has a pathetic vitamin & mineral stack
This should be obvious when you actually look at what is in the 692mg prop blend. What is olive leaf supposed to do for cognition? What is licorice root supposed to do for mood?
These useless ingredients could make up 99% of the blend.
Not a good formula at all.
Nootrogen Review Conclusion – Should You Use It?
It’s honestly that simple.
Regardless of what your goals are, Nootrogen is not a good choice.
It is an outright scam.
If you haven’t read the full Nootrogen review, then we strongly recommend that you go back and read the section on private label scams. It should make it obvious that this is not a good use of your money.
There are lots of supplements out there that have unique, high quality, professionally-formulated formulas, and they provide very good value for money.
If you want improved memory function, enhanced focus, and improved mood, then opt for one of them. Nootrogen is not going to give you what you want!