It’s been called the real-life Limitless Pill – and not by the manufacturers themselves. As one of the newer offerings in the nootropic industry, Avanse Nutraceuticals’ new product has been generating a bit of a stir on the internet, with many of the nootropic sites and forums raving about it. So how did this new product come out of nowhere and bowl us over so much, that we chose it as our Top Recommended Product of 2015? Well a lot has to do with the generous serving of Noopept in it, but we’ll discuss that in more detail shortly.
A solid formula returns solid results, and all at a price much lower than many of the alternative focus, memory, and energy nootropics available online or over the counter. The total package offered by Avanse Neutraceuticals wreaks of high value and had us experiencing many of the manufacturers claims. The team behind this ingenious have really leveraged on the inadequacies of their competitor’s offerings… A no expense spared formula loaded with 15mg of Noopept per serving and a “3 Blend system” designed to enhance Memory, Energy, and Focus.
They have a highly informative site with plenty of information useful to both the nootropics newbie, and seasoned biohacker. On top of that, they simply care. This brilliant nootropic comes with a comprehensive manual detailing how it works, what to expect, and how to get the best results, and while we only had a brief introduction via Skype with the CEO and team, we loved their vision and passion for all things cognitive enhancement.
’s formula is purportedly one of the reasons why is so effective. Their website clearly (and proudly) displays the list of ingredients (supplement facts label) without any need to go hunting for it – something many others fail to do.
Supplement Facts (Ingredients)
Memory Blend: 285 mg:
Citicoline (CDP Choline)
Focus Blend: 500 mg:
Energy Blend: 375 mg:
Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin)
The interactions between all three blends seems to be something of a “Coca-Cola formula”, finding that sweet spot that should see grow rapidly into the mass market. Not only is the formula all killer – no filler, but the same approach is taken with all aspects of the product. The guys at were pumped to tell us that is about to be free of any last impurities as they take it to the highest level with no dyes and colorings, nor pointless fillers such as silicon dioxide.
We often see that most supplement companies try to include as many ingredients in their pill as possible, trying to create an all-encompassing pill, when they should really be doing the opposite. More ingredients mean less potency when you are trying to squeeze those nootropics into a standard 600 mg “00” capsule. When it comes to nootropics, less nearly always is more.
It doesn’t stop there though… Avanse are quick to boast that they use only the highest quality selection, which is evident in some of the ingredients that they’re using. On top of the 15mg of Noopept, features Guarana and Picamilon at the forefront of its energy lifting properties. Picamilon is a costlier variant of GABA – a commonly found mood enhancing relaxant in many nootropic “brain pills”. The problem with GABA as a straight nootropic is that it simply fails to cross the blood-brain barrier. Picamilon is a cutting edge combination of GABA and Vit B3 Niacin. By synthetically bonding the two, the Niacin helps carry the neurotransmitter GABA across the Blood-brain barrier to the central nervous system to influence the parts of the brain responsible for memory and mood. L-Tyrosine and ALCAR (Acetyl L-Carnitine) help out in the focus department.
Brain Enhancing Effects (As with all supplements – results may not be typical)
Those here at Top10BrainPills who volunteered to take up on their offer of a 90-day supply (3 bottle “Voyager Pack”) were stoked and couldn’t wait to get started. The study of lasted the full 3 months with all participants asked to keep a journal detailing any noticeable improvements to any and all cognitive functions. The reports were varied ranging from improved accuracy in Call of Duty (!), to noticeable clarity of thought. Short term memory seemed to be affected which would indicate possible interactions from the CDP Choline, or L-Tyrosine.
We also asked our volunteers to not just sit about the house, but actually use as a supplement to either learning something like a new skill, language, or instrument, or perhaps to monitor progress with brain training software such as Lumosity. (ED – Spending a day to measure, monitor, and record baselines is always a great idea before trying any cognitive enhancement supplement).
One of the very first things that our participants called home (in this case, the lab) about was the almost immediate effects of . At only 15 minutes after consumption, our participants reported a spike in focus and concentration, as well as enhanced motivation and desire to get active. Interestingly, ’s short term results (anxiety, mood, short term memory, focus etc.) typically seemed to last around 4 -5 hours in the majority of participants, however the Noopept in has much more powerful effects when given time.
My own personal energy levels around day 10 of supplementing with seemed very different to anything I had experienced before in so much as I found myself requiring less sleep than normal, and that my desire to produce not just good work – but GREAT work – really grew with each passing day.
Brain fog with certain prescription attention and focus boosting drugs is said to be common place. Waking to brain fog having used the day before was nonexistent. Most reports and reviews suggested users experienced clarity, and enjoyed the heightened perceptions offered by supplementing with nootropics.
Side effect reports were virtually nonexistent. Contrary, though, there were some reported effects to life outside of a working environment as well. Some of our participants felt they were performing better in the gym (Hordenine, Panax Ginseng, Guarana and the Picamilon could all be responsible for this), using vocabulary that they perhaps wouldn’t normally use, and we even had a report or two of mildly invigorated libidos.
Due to Noopept’s potency (1000x that of Piracetam), those new to nootropics may be better suited to an initial dosing load of just 1 capsule daily for the first week. Noopept’s ability to “give you wings” can sometimes take some by surprise.
Readers’ Score & Price
Did I tell you our readers loved ? Well they/you did! In fact, it was our readers that made us aware of it. don’t seem too bothered to join the hordes of rivals all spending hundreds of thousands on slick marketing campaigns… Instead choosing to blaze their own trail and take to dizzy heights off the back of pure results. I’m almost certain they’ll be gathering huge momentum through 2016 as they build a rather large army of supporters, fans, and loyal clients.
is priced from $39.97 (monthly subscription and approximate price per bottle on a three pack), to $58.97 per bottle as a onetime purchase. We are surprised it isn’t at least in the $70 mark when you consider lesser products go all the way beyond $100 a month for little of nothing.
Bundle packs award free shipping, and next day is an option. Avanse also have two other products designed to aid with energy, and sleep.
In every industry is a Titan. Our industry has . To find a nootropic the magnitude of Noopept in an all in one solution, and to then put it out at a price that turns a possible wasteful expense into a highly valuable investment in your own growth and development is one thing. But to have it deliver consistent results – even after both 30 day, and 60 day periods without erosion due to tolerance and you have without a doubt, the best cognitive enhancer for focus, memory, mental energy and mood on the market.
You loved it, we loved it, and our Editor put her stamp of approval on it and stated “I doubt we’ll see a better product in 2015”. Agreed. Well played .
Top10BrainPills.com Overall Score: 9.6 out of 10
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