Nootrobox Go Cubes

Nootrobox is a nootropics manufacturer that offers a range of supplements that are designed to increase energy levels, focus and cognition. Go Cubes are their most recent product, and the coffee replacement sweet is due to be launched sometime this year, after a successful crowdfunding campaign.

Below we take an in-depth look at Nootrobox Go Cubes to see whether this coffee-flavoured gummy snack can increase energy levels, aid mental focus, and act as a better alternative to coffee or energy drinks.

Nootrobox Go Cubes Pros

  • May aid relaxation
  • May increase alertness and energy levels

Nootrobox Go Cubes Cons

  • No money back guarantee
  • Only two servings per pack
  • Not yet available at time of writing
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What You Need To Know About Nootrobox Go Cubes

Nootrobox Go Cubes is supposedly a much better alternative to energy drinks or coffee, but its main two sources of energy come from ingredients that are typically found in energy drinks, caffeine and glucuronolactone. The main difference between Go Cubes and energy drinks is that they contain theanine and inositol, which should help to promote relaxation. This is useful as it is presumed that the situations where a consumer would turn to an energy-boosting nootropic would be high-stress situations.

It is also useful that the ingredients used in Nootrobox Go Cubes do not overlap with the ingredients used in Nootrobox Rise, the other day-time nootropic manufactured by Nootrobox. This makes the products stackable for increased effect. The size of each packet (four cubes/ two servings) would suggest that this product is not intended for daily use, but rather for the occasional boost. The body quickly becomes used to caffeine, meaning that often consumers have to increase their caffeine intake to feel any beneficial effect. The product contains almost identical ingredients to Nootrobox Sprint, and so these two nootropics should not be used in conjunction.

Why no money back guarantee?

The product is not covered by any money back guarantee. We do not agree with the idea of subscription services or auto-ship programs, as they are easy to forget about and (depending upon the company) can be difficult to cancel, but for fans of the product the 10% discount could be a tempting offer. We advise trying the product before signing up to any subscription service.

Our Verdict On Nootrobox Go Cubes

Overall, we do not think that this nootropic is as great as the manufacturers claim. It will only boost energy levels and alertness temporarily, and whilst it may induce a slight feeling of calm, it will not improve performance much more than the combination of a cup of coffee and five minutes of mediation. We do not recommend Nootrobox Go Cubes to our readers.

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Nootrobox Go Cubes Review

Nootrobox Go Cubes Facts

  • Manufactured by Nootrobox
  • Four cubes per pack
  • Caffeine and theanine gummy snack

Nootrobox Go Cubes are a coffee flavoured gummy snack that is intended to replace coffee as an energy boosting, focus improving and cognitive enhancing supplement.

Nootrobox Go Cubes are manufactured by Nootrobox, a nootropics manufacturer based in San Francisco, California. At the time of writing, the product was only available on pre-order, and had no definite launch date.

We have also reviewed Nootrobox’s other products, Rise, Sprint and Yawn.

All components of Nootrobox products are FDA GRAS (generally regarded as safe) and/or acceptable as a dietary supplement compound by the FDA. None of the components are banned from athletic body guidelines. This means that even competing athletes, soldiers, and anyone else who may have to pass a drugs test can use this product. The manufacturer adds that ‘Nootrobox is about safe, long-term cognitive enhancement.’ Nootrobox state that their ‘ products are simple, with actual dosages and actual potency shown to be effective in actual peer-reviewed clinicals’.

This supplement is suitable for vegans. The product comes in 3 delicious flavours: Pure Drip, Mocha, and Latte. Each package of Go Cubes contains a random assortment of all 3.

How to Take Nootrobox Go Cubes

Treat GoCubes as a better cup of coffee. Snackable, portable, convenient. Take two cubes in place of a cup of coffee.

Nootrobox Go Cubes Concerns:

  • No money back guarantee.
  • Auto-ship program on offer.
  • Glucuronolactone is incredibly under-researched.

What Does Nootrobox Go Cubes Claim To Do?

The manufacturers of Go Cubes state:

GO CUBES are gummy coffee bites with delicious flavour, enhanced performance, and unprecedented convenience on the go.

1. Yummy taste. They’re made with real cold-brew coffee, and they pack a serious amount of coffee into every bite (2 cubes = 1 cup of coffee).

2. Made for performance. They’re made specifically for cognitive performance with the same attention to detail on formulation and quality that you come to expect from Nootrobox.

3. Convenient. Super easy to grab on the go, no mess, and affordable.
The typical effect is one of clarity and focus without the anxiety that can be associated with coffee or energy drinks.

So What Does All This Mean?

There are several ingredients that will boost energy levels and alertness, including caffeine and Glucuronolactone. Theanine aids relaxation, and may help to reduce the jitteriness that can be caused by stimulants. Inositol reduces anxiety, which can peak in stressful situations.

B vitamins do help the body to run at optimum levels, but whilst a deficiency of these vitamins could be detrimental to health, consumers should be able to get adequate levels of each vitamin from a balanced diet.

So Does Nootrobox Go Cubes Work?

Nootrobox Go Cubes has no real or detailed customer reviews that we could locate. This makes it difficult to establish how well the product works in practice. However, the ingredients list reveals that Go Cubes consists of two different types of ingredients; those that will increase energy levels both mentally and physically, and ingredients that will induce a feeling of calm or reduce anxiety. This combination should be beneficial in stressful situations where extra mental energy and focus is needed, such as exams or business meetings.

So What Is Nootrobox Go Cubes and What Are The Ingredients?

The ingredients used in Nootrobox Go Cubes are listed below.

  • Caffeine 50 mg: Numerous studies have shown that caffeine boosts energy levels and alertness, as well as mildly boosting the metabolism. The effects shown in studies are small, and some studies are inconclusive.
  • L-theanine 100 mg: This amino acid may play a small role in weight loss, as well as increasing feelings of relaxation. It may also reduce the negative side effects of caffeine, although there is seemingly no strong clinical evidence to support this claim.
  • Vitamin B-3 (125% RDA) 25 mg
  • Vitamin B-6 (500% RDA) 10 mg: Vitamin B6 has several important functions in the body, including ‘allowing the body to use and store energy from protein and carbohydrates in food’. Whilst taking excess amounts of vitamin B6 will not infinitely improve this ability, a deficiency could make it more difficult to lose weight and could cause fatigue. Vitamin B6 is naturally present in a wide variety of foods, including meat, cereals, bread and vegetables, and is often included in fortified breakfast cereals.
  • Vitamin B-12 (Methylcobalamin)(500% RDA)500 mcg: Vitamin B12 is naturally present in many foods, primarily meat, fish and dairy products. It has several roles, including aiding in releasing energy from consumed food, and keeping the nervous system healthy. It may be that a deficiency could cause fatigue, but taking excess amounts could be, according to the NHS, potentially harmful.
  • Folic Acid(125% RDA) 500 mcg
  • Glucuronolactone 125 mg: A molecule typically found in energy drinks. Very little research has been conducted into its use, but preliminary evidence in rats suggests it could mildly increase the ‘time to exhaustion’.
  • Inositol 125 mg: Appears to treat anxiety when used in high doses.

Nootrobox, the manufacturers of Go Cubes, state:

Each GO CUBE consists of specially blended mixture of nootropic compounds and are 35 calories each. Each GO CUBE contains 6 grams of sugar for added fuel for the brain. Don’t think that the sugar is there just for taste. The brain is actually one of the most aggressive consumers of sugars in the human body.The typical effect is one of clarity and focus without the anxiety that can be associated with coffee or energy drinks.

Does Nootrobox Go Cubes Have Any Side Effects?

There are several ingredients that could potentially cause some side effects.

Caffeine can cause side effects such as headaches, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, increased urination, dehydration, jitteriness, dizziness and insomnia. The dose used in a serving of Sprint is roughly the same amount found in a cup of coffee.

Theanine causes a state of relaxation without drowsiness, and may help to counteract some of the potential side effects of caffeine, such as jitteriness. Consumers should still ensure that they do not take this supplement or any other source of caffeine within 5 hours of bedtime, as caffeine can interfere with sleep cycles.

Glucuronolactone is under-researched, despite being a common ingredient in energy drinks, and so there are no known side effects. However, this does not mean that there are no side effects of this ingredient.

Inositol can cause a variety of side effects including diarrhoea, dizziness, flushing, itching, loss of appetite, nausea, upset stomach and vomiting.

Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not suitable for those under the age of 18. If you are not sure about the suitability of this product, or if you are taking any medications, whether prescription or over-the-counter, consult your doctor before purchase.

Any Nootrobox Go Cubes Reviews From Customers?

Nootrobox Go Cubes had not been launched at the time of writing this review, and therefore there are no available customer reviews for this product.

What About A Guarantee

There is no money back guarantee for this product. The company accept returns on unopened products, and a shipping label can be printed from the official website. They do not state how long after purchase returns are accepted.

Where Can I Buy Nootrobox Go Cubes?

The launch date for Nootrobox Go Cubes is not advertised on the website, and neither is a price. Each packet of Go Cubes contains four cubes, which is two servings.

There is a monthly subscription option available on all products; customers receive 10% off their purchase, and the product is automatically sent out to them each month. Whilst this is cheaper per month, this option can end up being much more expensive in the long term, especially if consumers forget to cancel the subscription and end up with extra products that they do not want but cannot return.

The company currently ships to the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Turkey, Mexico, Spain, and Germany.

Nootrobox Go Cubes

2.5 out of 5
Editors Rating
  • Effectiveness
  • Safety
  • Price / Guarantee
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Find out why people are choosing OmniMind to achieve advanced brain performance, and why it's our editor's top pick.

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Disclaimer: Our reviews and investigations are based on extensive research from the information publicly available to us and consumers at the time of first publishing the post. Information is based on our personal opinion and whilst we endeavour to ensure information is up-to-date, manufacturers do from time to time change their products and future research may disagree with our findings. If you feel any of the information is inaccurate, please contact us and we will review the information provided.

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