Focus Prime Review Summary
We’re very sorry to say that Focus Prime is just a mass-produced “private label” formulation disguised as a premium nootropic. We’re also sorry to say that this isn’t the first time we’ve come across this formula: it is identical to the old Neuro Ignite formula.
ZenNutri Focus Prime is probably one of many nootropics being sold on Amazon using this same weak, duplicated formula. All of them are probably coming from exactly the same manufacturer. Individuals are clearly capitalizing on cheap wholesale price and consumer apathy to make a fast buck with very little effort.
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Where To Buy Focus Prime
It’s called “the Amazon method” for a reason. ZenNutri don’t have an online store. Like all the stacks using this formula, Focus Prime is sold exclusively through Amazon. This removes any need to invest in storage, fulfillment, order processing; anything basically.
Full Focus Prime Review
Focus Prime is a natural nootropic supplement which has only just recently appeared online.
Despite being fairly low-key at the moment, we think it will probably generate quite a bit of interest further down the line. As such, we thought it wise to get a full Focus Prime review published so all of you have access to the information you need to make a reasoned buying decision.
So what is this stuff all about then?
According to the official Amazon merchant page (we can’t find an official website), Focus Prime delivers some key nootropic benefits:
- Improved memory
- Enhanced focus
- Greater mental clarity
- Decrease stress and anxiety
If it is really able to do all of this, then it will easily be one of the best natural nootropic supplements we have reviewed to date.
The question is, then, does it really work?
Is Focus Prime able to do all of this?
Is it reliable? Is it effective?
Is it safe?
You will find answers to all of these questions in our full Focus Prime review below. If you don’t have time to read the whole review, then you can get a brief summary at the top of this page, or simply read our conclusion at the end of the page.
Focus Prime Formula
Here is the Focus Prime formula in full:
Does this formula look familiar?
If you’ve been browsing Amazon for nootropics, then you will have probably seen this exact same ingredient list before.
This is the same formula used by Neuro Ignite while it was produced by Organic Stride.
Take a look at our full review linked above and you’ll see what we mean.
There are plenty of others nootropics on Amazon right now using a formula that is almost identical to this, except they lack DMAE.
Everything else is the same, down to the last miligram.
So what’s going on here?
We think we’ve found quite a convincing explanation.
Clearly, somebody is just paying a supplement manufacturer for units of what is called a “white label” or “private label” supplement.
This is where a wholesaler produces an ‘off-the-rack’, pre-formulated, generic product and applies your unique branding afterwards. The so-called “brands” on the label have no involvement in formulation, and no real interest in it either.
We actually found a manufacturer offering just such a white label supplement. And what do you know? It’s this exact formula!
Check it out here.
Here is a screenshot of the generic, private label formula being offered:
Some manufacturers offering this service will even offer individuals assistance with designing the labels to be applied to the bottles.
This means the person collecting the majority of your money when you buy this stuff will have just put up some money to buy a few thousand bottles of a low-quality supplement and had them shipped to an Amazon warehouse.
Sound like a great deal to you?
Does this sound like a high quality, professional nootropic stack?
No, it doesn’t to us either.
What About The Formula?
The Focus Prime formula itself has a number of serious limitations.
We have gone through the many problems with this formula before (in our Neuro ignite review), and all of the supplements using an almost identical formula share the majority of these problems.
As such, we’ll breeze through them quite quickly.
For starters, a sub-optimal cholinergic is used.
DMAE confers choline to the brain. However, it does so quite inefficiently. It seems to be much less effective than the two best cholinergics available: Alpha-GPC and CDP-Choline. Not only that, but it also seems to cause side effects in many users (although other people use it long-term with no issues whatsoever).
The main ingredient used here is St. John’s Wort. The effectiveness of this ingredient is very questionable.
Many people claim that this stuff is an extremely powerful anxiolytic, which means that it reduces anxiety. It is sold around the world as a natural cure for stress. However, we have never seen a convincing piece of scientific evidence showing that it does actually have this effect.
The amount of bacopa monnieri used here is well short of the mark.
In a premium, professional-quality natural nootropic stack, we expect to see a decent amount of bacopa monnieri being used. It is the bacosides in Bacopa monnieri that give it its memory-enhancing effects. The best nootropic stacks use between 150mg and 200mg of Bacopa monnieri. Crucially, they use an extract with a very high concentration of bacopa monnieri: 45-55%.
To equal that amount, Focus Prime would have to double its dose.
Both Vinpocetine and Ginkgo Biloba are good nootropics, but their dose here is low.
These two ingredients are excellent, quite powerful and reliable natural brain boosters.
However, we don’t really get enough of them here. Generic, own-label Ginkgo biloba supplements will usually provide more than 50mg per capsule. Vinpocetine is used in some top-of-the-line nootropic stacks, but we typically get more than 2mg. Some stack use 3 times more than this, some use more.
What Are People Saying About Focus Prime?
Here is a selection of reviews taken from the official Amazon merchant page for Focus Prime. We don’t think any of these are necessarily honest. We aren’t endorsing any reviews over others. We just think it’s helpful to take a look at what others are saying about a product before you buy.
Here is a selection:
Do you think it’s a little suspicious that every single Focus Prime review on Amazon is 5 stars? All 55 of them are 5/5. Every customer thought this product was literally perfect.
Make of that what you will.
Focus Prime Review Conclusion
This nootropic supplement uses exactly the same formula as the old Organic Stride Neuro Ignite formula. Neuro Ignite has since been acquired by Havasu Nutrition, and they have made significant improvements to the formula.
The fact that it is the same formula is no coincidence.
Nor is it because the formula is so good.
The individual(s) behind Focus Prime have clearly purchased this white label (unbranded) product from a manufacturer for a very low cost, and then put their original branded labels on the bottles. They are then being delivered straight to an Amazon warehouse; this is obvious as Amazon handle everything and we can’t even find an official website for Focus Prime.
This is an easy way to make a fast buck. You can find all sorts of pretentious (and useful) idiots on YouTube talking about this way of making money. They call it the “Amazon method”. It is essentially a scam operating out of Chiang Mai in Thailand.
Don’t waste your money on mass produced, garbage supplements.
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