Focus Fast is sold in many stores across the USA including WalMart and GNC, and is available online through retailers such as Amazon. It is made in the United States by a company called Enyotics; they sell the product through retailers but not directly themselves.
Focus Fast is on sale from numerous outlets across the USA – including WalMart and Amazon – so it is easy to buy both online and offline. The supplement is fabricated on the USA too and conforms to good manufacturing practice (GMP) so it seems safe. The downside is that with nearly 40 ingredients, side effects could be an issue. In addition, Focus Fast is expensive and inconvenient with each bottle only lasting an average of 10 days even though you are advised to use for at least four weeks for maximum effect.
Focus Fast could cause nausea, vomiting, skin irritation, abdominal discomfort, headaches and changes in blood pressure and heart rate.
Focus Fast is expensive if you use it as directed and take 4 capsules a day. A bottle of 40 capsules costs $24.99 and lasts only 10 days.
In our opinion, Focus Fast is overpriced and many customers feel the same. With just 40 capsules in a bottle, the directed use of four capsules a day for a minimum of four weeks will cost you over $100. We are also concerned about the lack of ingredients information. All those ingredients have been seen in other formulas; yet with 39 ingredients in undisclosed quantities, Focus Fast remains a mystery and it’s difficult to say what you will be putting in your body exactly. There could be side effects, or no effects at all. It is impossible to say! We like that Focus Fast is easy to buy from reputable companies and we always like to see supplements that are made in the USA but apart from these points, there is little here to recommend.
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Focus Fast is a nootropic claiming to make your brain sharper and more alert, and improve your memory. It is aimed at people from all walks of life, from the student who needs a boost to the older person worrying about memory loss.
Focus Fast contains 39 ingredients including a range of common vitamins and minerals. There are also numerous herbal ingredients but they are under proprietary blend so it’s impossible to know exactly how much each ingredient the supplement contains.
Focus Fast is fabricated in the USA in facilities that conform to GMP, which is reassuring regarding the safety of the product. However, the unknown quantity of natural ingredients that could cause side effects is concerning. For example, it contains gotu kola, ginseng, bacopa monnieri, ashwaganda and St. John’s Wort that are all known to cause side effects.
Take two tablets with a glass of water approximately 30 minutes before breakfast. For maximum support, take two more tablets with a glass of water approximately 30 minutes before lunch or a mental activity, with a minimum of four hours between each serving.
Focus Fast is from a company called Enyotics Health Sciences that also produce Last10, a diet pil, and PantoSkin, a supplement to help reduce blemishes.
Enyotics do not sell direct to the customer; their products are available through some major online and offline retailers such as Amazon, WalMart, GNC and Lucky Vitamins.
According to the manufacturer, Focus Fast is “the world’s Number 1 Neuro-Focusing Agent”:
It is a focus pill that “helps improve working memory by providing a unique combination of ingredients and brain vitamins that work with your body’s natural chemistry to help support a clear mind.
It uses neuro-focusing technology that consists of a multi-step pathway by increasing the amount of information that can be processed and stored.
The three key claims of Focus Fast are:
The advertising claims that this supplement is suitable for everyone and easy to buy:
Whether you are in school, at work or at home you can benefit from Focus Fast. Focus Fast has earned the trust of tens of thousands of users and is available in many popular retail stores.
Although Focus Fast is available to buy from loads of places and the company claims that it has sold thousands of bottles, very few people are actually talking about it. If it really was as popular as they say, we would expect plenty of real-life customer experiences to examine but there are very few available. Customer feedback for supplements like this is important. The problem with Focus Fast is that it contains unknown quantities of unproven ingredients so it is impossible to really assess. And of course, with 39 difference ingredients, this supplement will work differently for different people. You may find that it helps you focus. You may experience side effects. You may experience nothing at all. It is impossible to say!
Focus Fast contains common vitamins and minerals:
Neuro Focusing Agent® Blend (1293 mg):
The remaining ingredients are divided into four different complexes, however exact quantities of each ingredients are undisclosed.
According to the official website, there are no side effects to this supplement but the ingredients list tells a different story. Many of the ingredients are known for their side effects. Obviously, the lack of proper information regarding quantities makes this impossible to predict.
Potential side effects may include:
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Speak to your doctor first if you have or have had a medical condition (including mental health issue) or are taking prescription medication. Focus first may cause drug interactions.
There are not many reviews for this supplement despite the claims of selling in thousands. However, many customers are satisfied:
Very helpful. Sharp, no jitters. No problems sleeping at night. Smooth and seamless and that’s all that I can say.
Some customers liked Focus First but are less happy about the price:
I am diagnosed ADD and have tried this stuff, it worked pretty well for me but I won’t continue to pay that much for it, if you do decide to buy this stuff try combining with fish oil for best results.
I am diagnosed ADD and have tried this stuff, it worked pretty well for me but I won’t continue to pay that much for it….this stuff works but damn it’s a bit expensive, and you kind of get used to it and the effect is not as big after a while. But this does work if you have the money to spend on it.
There is no money-back guarantee.
You can buy Focus First from a wide range of outlets including WalMart, GNC and Lucky Vitamin. You can also buy online from Amazon.