Magnetic Pill

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Magnetic Pill is the World’s Only Medical Grade Magnetitum Supplement and according to the advertising will “Nourish, Fuel and Empower Your Awareness”, enhance your meditations, and help you reach deeper states of consciousness.

Not only that but Magnetic Pill will lead to a Bio-Magnetic Enhancement so you can be more in tune, aware, and sensitive to your environment.

We go into the strange world of spiritual Nootropics to find out if our spiritual balance is in good order, and if enlightenment awaits us in a supplement.

Magnetic Pill comes from Remcure Enterprises LLC based in Portland, Oregon USA. Remcure Enterprises opened for business in 2011, and sell only this one product direct from the official website. You are encouraged to sign up for auto ship.

Magnetic Pill Pros

  • Ingredients include some anti anxiety and calming properties

Magnetic Pill Cons

  • Nothing really different about these pills apart from Magnetite
  • Magnetite contains traces of Arsenic
  • Vague explanations as to what the product does
  • Expensive
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What You Need To Know About Magnetic Pill

Magnetic Pill is aimed at those who want to enhance their meditation time and the advertising claims, it will help you to reach deeper states of consciousness. It contains some mild nootropic ingredients in quite small quantities, but the key ingredient is Magnetite, an indigestible mineral based on iron oxide, a component of rust, which is supposed to increase your bio magnetic field.

Magnetic Pill is billed as the World’s Only Medical Grade Magnetitum Supplement, but there is no evidence that it works as described.

What Are The Side Effects Of Magnetic Pill?

The side effects of most of the ingredients may cause a mild drowsiness, but are largely considered safe for most people.

Magnetite (Ci Shi) contains trace amounts of the toxic ingredient arsenic. No recorded poisoning has been recorded as most of it is reduced in the preparation. Magnetite is non digestible, and if you get stomach discomfort or pain and nausea you should stop taking these pills immediately

DMEA and Schizandra Berry Extract may sometimes cause a skin rash or itching in some people. If this persists or becomes constant, stop taking Magnetic Pill immediately.

How Much Does Magnetic Pill Cost?

Magnetic Pill is expensive. The only place to buy it is via the official Magnetic Pill where it costs $49 for a one off one month supply in a bottle of 60 capsules. Shipping to US customers is $6.95 with $11.95 for shipping internationally.

Be warned. You are encouraged to sign up for an auto ship agreement. Doing this will give you a $10.00 reduction making a bottle of 60 capsules $39.00. However this will commit you to buying every 30 days and your bank or credit card billed automatically, and this agreement may not be easy to cancel.

Magnetic Pill was on sale via Amazon USA but is no longer available.

Our Verdict On Magnetic Pill

Although Magnetic Pill contains some similar ingredients to other Nootropics, it doesn’t convince us that it helps induce deeper meditation. The inclusion of Magnetite in the capsules is really out there in its claims, and we have to conclude that this ingredient is just about marketing as there is no evidence for it being useful in meditation.

If you believe in the wackier end of alternative supplements and believe in bio magnetic fields, you will probably find the advertising appealing but we can’t see it working as described.

We have concerns that the auto refill program may not be easy to cancel, and this combined with the unproven claims and the fact that taking iron oxide long term may be dangerous for health, leads us to only one conclusion and that is to say that we do not recommend Magnetic Pill to our readers.

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Magnetic Pill Review

“Nourish, Fuel and Empower Your Awareness” says the advertising on the Magnetic Pill website, so from this we knew we were in for something a bit different. We were not disappointed.

The video for Magnetic Pill starts with a man sitting cross legged, with the words “breathe in and breathe out” fading in and out in front of him.

The man then inexplicably locks himself in a wardrobe, and proceeds to exist in a hallucinatory world that is hard to understand. These leaves a lot of unanswered questions such as why does he do this? What is happening? And why does he need to do it locked in a wardrobe?

Magnetic Pill Facts

  • Magnetic Pill has 60 capsules per bottle which is one month’s supply
  • Contains Magnetite or Magnetitum extract
  • Costs between $39 and $49 for one month’s supply

Reading the label offers no real help, as a glance down the list reads like some sort of Nootropic, with a special magnetic ingredient thrown in.

The fancy magnetic stuff is supposedly what tunes you into the bio magnetic fields presumably, but the site then offers no further explanation as to what these are or how this works.

How to Take Magnetic Pill

  • Take one capsule with food or water
  • Magnetic Pill is taken twice daily preferably with food

Apart from the Choline variants which are popular in Nootropics supplements, the other ingredients are at best unlikely candidates for deeper meditation or enhanced awareness. In fact most of them are vitamins that can be found in a decent multivitamin pill, with other ingredients not in high enough quantities to have an effect on most people.

Magnetic Pill Concerns:

  • The meditation angle of Magnetic Pill relies on faith more than fact. This supplement is highly unlikely to help you achieve spiritual awareness
  • Magnetite is a mineral that is non digestible so the long term build up in the body is unknown as to what effect that may have
  • Some customers may sign up to auto ship. Will this be as easy to cancel as the company claims?

The advertising is not helped by the marketing that states that you need to take magnetic pill for three months to feel its full benefit. This converts to paying for a three month course, which is a large investment of faith in an untried product. By ordering one month supply of Magnetic Pill at $39, you enroll in our auto-refill program for the three months.

Auto refill programs have got a bad reputation for being hard to cancel, and worryingly the terms for cancelling the agreement are not provided.

Contact details are provided.
Remcure Enterprises
700 N Valley St Suite B
PMB 13093
Anaheim, CA 92801

US Phone #: 800-355-9788
International phone #: +1-503-352-0726

What Does Magnetic Pill Claim To Do?

Magnetic Pill claims a lot of things that seem more new age holistic rather than a scientific approach to Nootropics.

So what happens when you fuel your body with these specific Magnetic Pill building blocks? According to the Magnetic Pill advertising, you gain enhanced awareness, deeper meditations and sharpness or keenness of thought, vision, or hearing.

The real problem with Magnetic Pill is that the advertising is just unconvincing and sometimes obscure. An example of this is in the labeling which quotes Magnetitum Extract and Magnetite as separate ingredients. They are both exactly the same thing, Magnetitum is Magnetite in Latin. For clarity, Magnetite is a mineral that is usually an iron oxide made of the same red compound found in rust.

Magnetic Pill claims to fuel and empower your awareness, enhance your meditations, and reach deeper states of consciousness. This Bio-Magnetic Enhancement helps you become more in tune, aware, and sensitive to your environment.

Does Magnetic Pill Work?

Magnetic Pill does have a few ingredients found in other Nootropics that have had some good evidence for their use, but on balance Magnetic Pill does seem to be a rather expensive vitamin pill with some iron oxide and Choline added.

The advertising could actually read “seems essentially like some sort of Nootropic, with some extra “fancy-magnet-stuff” thrown in.”

The main ingredient of diet pill is Magnetite, a Chinese medicine known as Ci Shi which is usually made from iron oxide, one of the most naturally occurring magnetic minerals on Earth. It is usually prescribed for anxiety, but there is not much evidence for this. So unless magnetite really can have an effect on bio magnetic fields, it is probably just a placebo especially as nobody knows if bio magnetic fields are a real thing.

DMAE, Choline bitartrate, and Inositol are fairly standard ingredients in Nootropics. There is evidence for their viability, although the quantities of these supplements are not mentioned on the ingredients label, and there is no way of knowing if there are enough of them to have any effect.

GABA is an amino-acid and a neurotransmitter in the brain that works by blocking signals. Among its many functions it is supposed to reduce anxiety.

Schizandra Berry Extract is another Chinese herbal extract, with some evidence to suggest it increases speed of mental processes and improves thinking skills when taken in quantities of between 500mg and 2g a day daily. There is not enough of this compound to really be effective within Magnetic Pill.

The other ingredients are really the same as you would find in off the shelf multivitamins, and when you add together the more likely ingredients like Choline and GABA, the only thing that stands out as different is the magnetite or Magnetitum.

What Are The Ingredients of Magnetic Pill?

Vitamins and Minerals: Important for many processes in the body and present here is safe serving sizes.

  • Vitamin D3 (400 iu)
  • Thiamin Hydrochloride (1.5mg)
  • Riboflavin B2 (1.7mg)
  • Niacinamide B3 (20mg)
  • Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCI) (2mg)
  • Folic Acid (400mcg)
  • Vitamin b12 (Cyanocobalamin) (6mcg)
  • Biotin (300mcg)
  • Pantothenic Acid B5 (10mg)
  • Magnesium (as Magnesium Oxide, Aspartate) (10mg)

Propriety Blend (363mg):

  • GABA: Gamma Aminobutyric Acid is an amino-acid and a neurotransmitter in the brain, that works by blocking signals. Among its many functions, it is supposed to reduce anxiety.
  • DMAE: This naturally occurring compound in the brain can also be found in food like anchovies or sardines. It plays an important role in brain functioning and cognitive acuity, and affects how good you feel to how much mental energy you have.
  • Inositol: This substance is similar to a vitamin, and is present in the human body where it plays a role in maintaining cell structure. It is sometimes used by diabetics in order to prevent against nerve damage caused by long term high blood sugar. It may help prevent against panic attacks and phobias.
  • Schizandra Berry Extract: Chinese herbal extract that contains natural chemicals that stimulate biochemical reactions. Some evidence suggests it increases speed of mental processes and improves thinking skills when taken in quantities of between 500mg and 2g a day daily. There is not enough of this compound to really be effective within Magnetic Pill. Source
  • Choline Bitartrate: Part of the Vitamin B complex, the body produces choline in low amounts but we ingest most of it in food such as meat, fish, eggs, and nuts. Choline is present in every cell in the body, and is also important for brain health. Source
  • Magnetitum Extract: A Chinese medicine probably derived from iron oxide, and a component of rust. Magnatite is known as Ci Shi in ancient Chinese medicine, and is used as a remedy for anxiety. It is a mineral that is non digestible.
  • Magnetite: Same ingredient as above.

Does Magnetic Pill Have Any Side Effects?

The side effects of most of the ingredients may cause a mild drowsiness, but are largely considered safe for most people.

Magnetite (Ci Shi) contains trace amounts of the toxic ingredient arsenic. No recorded poisoning has been recorded, as most of it is reduced in the preparation. Magnetite is non digestible, and if you get stomach discomfort pain and nausea you should stop taking these immediately.

DMEA and Schizandra Berry Extract may cause skin rash or itching in some people, and if this persists stop taking it.

Caution:
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Speak to your doctor before use if you have any underlying medical conditions, mental health issues, or are taking prescription medication. Some of the ingredients contained in this supplement may cause interactions.

Are There Any Customer Reviews For Magnetic Pill?

We found some customer reviews on Amazon USA where Magnetic Pill used to be on sale. All of these date back a few years, and there is a range of opinion.

This customer felt that it helped meditation,

This product is very good for when meditation is done otherwise I would not recommend it to anyone, it would give me a pulsating feeling in the center of my forehead when I meditated which felt kind of good.

And

I HAVE noticed an INCREASE in my conscious awareness of my dreams. After suffering a TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) in 99, my previously vivid recall of my dreams stopped. After taking the Magnetic Pill regularly, I was pleasantly surprised that my recall has started to come back! My dreams aren’t as vivid as they were, but I’m ecstatic that I have recall again!!! 😀 Definitely worth a buy! 😉

Many customers noticed no difference,

I ensured that I took as prescribed and felt no difference as I did when not taking the supplement. Do not recommend.

One woman had serious concerns about the effects. We must point here that you should always see your doctor before using supplements if you have an underlying medical or mental health issue.

My Nephew who was recently diagnosed as having possible Bi polar disorder took this supplement for about a month. It sent him into a manic state.

I looked up the ingredients and two of them are not recommended for people with bi polar or any other mental condition. Too much Inositol and Choline can trigger a manic episode in anyone who may be predisposed to depression or Bi Polar.

We had a good laugh at this one!

Yes – I can meditate without even taking time to do it. I can remember every single detail of my day. I can spit out reports at work almost effortlessly. But, every time I walk by anything metal, it flies at me now.

I was walking down the street the other day, and got too close to a light pole – and WHAP! I was stuck there for a good 5 minutes til someone walking by stopped laughing long enough to help pry me away and walked me a safe distance from the pole. I had to remove my stapler from my desk because I was getting tired of the [email protected] thing hitting me when I sat down. Oh – and my hard drive? Yep – erased. So – beware the Magnetic Pill!

Does Magnetic Pill Offer a Money-Back Guarantee?

There is a 30 days refund policy that Remcure Enterprises offer.

The company states that if you aren’t happy, you have to contact them within 30 days of receiving your order and they will refund your money.

However please note: If you order more than one bottle, you must return unopened bottles to receive a refund. If you are on the auto-refill program, only the most recent charge will be refunded. You can cancel at any time.

Auto-Refill Information: By ordering one month supply of Magnetic Pill at $39 you enroll in their auto-refill program. Your first month’s supply ships immediately, then every 30 days they ship another bottle at the discounted rate of $39 plus shipping.

Where Can I Buy Magnetic Pill?

You can only buy Magnetic Pill directly from the Magnetic Pill website. It has also been sold on Amazon USA but these days it always seems to be marked “currently unavailable.”

Magnetic Pill

1.7 out of 5
Magnetic Pill Rating

The Nootropic Watchdog does not recommend Magnetic Pill.

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