Neurodrive is made by Mind Nutrition a British company based in Highgate London. The company provides full contact details, and has messaging via WhatsApp and a phone line to help with customer queries.
Neurodrive is a nootropic supplement that claims to boost mental focus, energy, and mood, but with the principle ingredient based on caffeine, it seems that the stimulant effects of caffeine will be the main result.
That said Neurodrive is reasonably priced and comes in two bottle sizes of 30 or 60 capsules. The smaller bottle will last only for 15 days of use, and is more expensive than the larger size per serving so it is more economical to buy the larger size. You can also choose a sample pack of 2 servings, so try before you buy.
The ingredients are largely safe, but may cause side effects in some users.
Vinpocetine can cause stomach pain, nausea, sleep disturbances, headache, dizziness, nervousness, and flushing of the face.
Reported side effects of Sulbutiamine include nausea, headache, tiredness, and inability to sleep.
Other side effects may include increased urination, dehydration, jitteriness, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, and insomnia. If side effects persist cease use and visit your doctor.
Mind Nutrition Neurodrive is not overly expensive but as it is only available from the Mind Nutrition site, you cannot shop around for price.
1 x bottle of 30 capsules (15 servings) costs £17.95. A bottle containing 60 capsules costs (30 servings) is £28.95.
You can also buy a sample pack of two servings for the price of the postage.
Shipping is calculated at the point of sale and is available for UK and international customers.
The main problem with Neurodrive is that it is all a bit unproven and underpowered.
Some of the other ingredients have outdated or insufficient clinical evidence to support their use as and although this supplement does contain antioxidants so may support general health, this is not the purpose of this supplement.
We like that Neurodrive is unlikely to cause adverse effects. We have mentioned side effects but unless you are especially sensitive or abuse the serving size, these are unlikely to be a problem for most users. However, we feel that in many cases you might not even notice taking this supplement at all.
In our opinion, this supplement is unlikely to work in the way as described so we do not recommend Mind Nutrition Neurodrive to the Watchdog readers.
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Neurodrive is a nootropic supplement that supposedly provides numerous benefits for the consumer. These include improved mental energy levels, improved coordination, increased levels of focus, and better mood, motivation, and drive.
Neurodrive contains a blend of mainly naturally derived ingredients. Originally, all these were combined in a proprietary blend called the Neurodrive Formulation, delivering 1205mg a serving. Mind Nutrition has recently improved this information by listing the full ingredients along with the quantities.
The principle ingredient is Guarana. This is a South American bean extract which is high in caffeine, so will provide the so-called energy boost to this supplement. It also contains ECGC (epigallocatechin-3-gallate), an antioxidant present in green tea and known for health benefits.
Other components to this supplement include Citicoline (choline), Sulbutiamine – a man-made chemical similar to vitamin B and a branded product called Vinponature which is based on vinponecitin, a phytochemical present in the periwinkle flower. This has undergone testing for its benefits on mental health. Check out the ingredients tab to find out more.
Mind Nutrition is a company based in London with a range of nootropic products for sale online. Some of these are identified by the “Neuro” name such as Neurochill and Neurostim but there is also Ultra Caffeine – a simple energy boosting supplement based on caffeine.
Mind Nutrition is a London based company that was founded in 2009. According to the company information, their aim is to develop performance-driven formulas that avoid the sensationalist claims made by many companies in the same market.
According to the advertising, Neurodrive provides the following benefits,
It is described as, the missing link between mental focus and physical energy, designed to give you maximum ‘clean burn’ for physical and mental activities or for motivation and ‘drive’ on those days where you just seem to be stuck in slow-motion.
The product information states that it is suitable for use, any time day or night.
Whether for use as a pre-workout aid or for a late-night gaming session (or simply to replace or augment your morning coffee fix), Neurodrive® won’t let you down, won’t cause jitters, and won’t overburden your cardiovascular and sympathetic nervous system like so many other ‘fat burners’ or pre-workout products
We admit to being confused by the advice that you can take this supplement any time. Neurodrive contains caffeine, so it will probably keep you awake if you take too close to bedtime. Neurodrive contains 420mg Guarana extract per serving, so the caffeine content is probably high. The caffeine content will certainly be an active part of this Nootropic and the part that causes the increased energy.
The advertising claims that this supplement does not cause jitters are questionable. Although Neurodrive contains a component of green tea in the form of EGCG or Epigallocatechin, this part of green tea is not the same as Theanine – a natural chemical that can soothe the nervous system.
Epigallocatechin gallate does have benefits. It is a type of powerful antioxidants so can help prevent cell damage which is good for health. However, significant effects in humans are noted only at high doses, such as 400 – 500mg EGCG equivalent per day so it seems a little underpowered here.
Citicoline, also known as CDP Choline, appears to improve attention and could help to improve memory, although with only 200mg per serving, this is well under the 500-2,000 mg standard daily dose so its effects are limited unless you are supplementing the levels in your daily diet.
The final ingredient is Vinponature. This is a branded supplement based on a natural chemical called Vinponectin found in the Periwinkle plant but synthetically produced. Vinponectin does appear to have some effect against cognitive decline, by increasing blood flow to the brain but there is a lack of evidence and this combined with the very low serving size here, seems unlikely to have much effect upon the user.
The good news about Neurodrive is that it is probably safe to take. However, apart from the Guarana extract the ingredients seem to be largely underpowered and in inadequate quantities to work.
Daily Serving size is equal to two capsules.
There may be side effects. These are highly unlikely to affect everyone, but may include:
Caffeine is well known for side effects including:
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid use if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Speak to your doctor before use if you have any underlying medical conditions or are taking prescription medication. Always consult with a medical practitioner prior to use of this or any dietary supplement. Discontinue immediately if any adverse effects occur and do not cease. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Mind Nutrition Neurodrive is only on sale via the Mind Nutrition website, so it comes as no surprise to find that customer reviews are all positive!
Perfect. Serves it purpose perfectly, I am a professional video gamer and I’ve never had as much focus in-game as I had when I tested out NeuroDrive. Definitely brought my game to the next level, and I highly recommend it!
This is awesome. Clean energy, lowered anxiety, better mood.
We also found it mentioned on Reddit:
Neurodrive was like the caffeine combo but better and more motivational, but it builds tolerance fast and is expensive as a premade stack of 6 things. Could potentially be cycled with caffeine stacks but not worth the money for me personally.
There is no money-back guarantee with Mind Nutrition Neuro Drive, other than a standard returns policy that offers a 30-day return. The company will not accept returns on opened bottles and will not pay for return postage.
However, Mind Nutrition encourages customers to try their free samples where a small sample can be obtained from the website for the price of the postage.
You can only buy Mind Nutrition Neuro drive from the official product website. International shipping is available.
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