In this review, we examine the ingredients of Mane Brain, and the company that produces it to see if it does do what it says it will do. Is it worth spending your money on? Carry on reading to find out!
Mane Brain is a brand new (released in July 2018) supplement that is designed to help with cognition. It claims to help the consumer become more focused, improve their memory, boost brain energy, and increase clarity, helping them to perform at their very best all day, every day. Each bottle contains 60 capsules, which will provide a 30-day supply if taken as directed by the manufacturers – once a day, in the morning or up to 30 minutes before a workout. Mane Brain is manufactured by Magnum Pharmaceuticals, a company based in Canada.
Side effects that are listed on the bottle include digestive disturbances and hypersensitivity. Bacopa monnieri can cause increased bowel movements, stomach cramps, nausea, dry mouth, and fatigue. Huperzine can cause some effects such as diarrhea and nausea, sweating, blurred vision, restlessness, loss of appetite, slowed heart rate, and high blood pressure. Due to the newness of the product, we are able to see whether consumers report any effects from taking them.
It contains a very transparent set of ingredients, with the amounts very clearly listed. There are no proprietary blends, which is always a big positive for us. The ingredients are all beneficial for cognition. The company behind the supplement, Magnum Pharmaceuticals, have no bad press or lawsuits associated with them and pretty much every customer review we have seen is positive. The website is clear and informative, going into each ingredient in detail, listing studies to back them up. The company has a strong mission statement and the facilities are apparently government audited.
However, we aren’t particularly keen on some of the side effects that come with the ingredients, and we feel that the warning on the bottle downplays these somewhat. There are also no customer reviews due to it being a new product, so we have no reports of side effects or whether consumers feel that it actually works. That, combined with the price of it, which we feel at $49.99 is quite expensive, leads us to not approving this supplement.
Overall, we do not recommend Mane Brain to our readers.
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Mane Brain is a brand new market, released in July 2018 and is marketed as ‘The King of Nootropics’ containing well researched and high-quality ingredients. It’s manufactured and sold by Magnum Pharmaceuticals, a Canadian based supplement company. It contains only natural ingredients and it does not contain any stimulants.
It is manufactured in facilities that have met the very high FDA and CGMP standards.
Propura is based in Canada. They’ve been in the supplement industry since 2005 and manufacture a range of nootropics, general health supplements, testosterone boosters, fat burners, and muscle builders, as well as a range of stacks. They’ve won the Popeye Supplements Brand of the Year Award in the past, and there does not appear to be any negative reviews of the company. They’re relatively active across social media, with almost 30,000 followers on Facebook and over 10,000 followers on Twitter.
Take two capsules, once a day. They are best taken in the morning, or 30 minutes prior to working out. Some amino acids, such as N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine (NALT), can compete with other amino acids (which are found in proteins) for absorption, so for optimal results, it is recommended that they are taken on an empty stomach. Avoid taking the supplement before going to bed.
The manufacturer of Mane Brain claims the product is ‘The King of Nootropics’ and that it is ‘clinically formulated to increase your brain’s ability to process data, remember more information and reduce stress and anxiety’ and that consumers will feel more energised, alert, focused and less forgetful from the very first dose.
More than likely, yes. The vast majority of the ingredients in the supplement have studies to back up the claims. The website lists studies that show this, and we have verified them.
Side effects that are listed on the bottle include digestive disturbances and hypersensitivity. Bacopa monnieri can cause increased bowel movements, stomach cramps, nausea, dry mouth, and fatigue. Huperzine can cause some effects such as diarrhea and nausea, sweating, blurred vision, restlessness, loss of appetite, slowed heart rate, and high blood pressure.
Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, or have liver disease, kidney disease, migraines or a psychiatric or neurological disorder such as, but not limited to, depression, schizophrenia, seizure disorders, epilepsy, affective disorder, or Parkinson’s disease. May cause digestive disturbances. Hypersensitivity has been known to occur, in which case, discontinue use.
We have been unable to find any reviews for Mane Brain as yet. This may be because it is very new to the market, released in July 2018.
If consumers are not 100% satisfied with the Mane Brain supplement, they can return them and get a full refund or exchange them for another product. The product must be a minimum 70% full in order to do this, and it is for 30 days after the date of purchase.
Mane Brain is available from the official Magnum Pharmaceuticals website as well as other online retailers. It costs $49.99 for a 30-day supply.
|Clinically Proven Ingredients|
|Side Effect Free|
|Positive Customer Reviews|