It all looks pretty good at first glance but is Nootropeak Attack really worth a try? We take an in depth look at Nootropeak Attack to find out more.
Nootropeak Attack does not look too bad as a nootropic supplement but we do have some concerns about the lack of information regarding this product.
There is zero customer feedback despite it being on sale via Amazon and we would have liked to have seen more transparency regarding the seller. Nootropeak or COGO expect the buyer to trust them with cash yet fail to provide any contact information!
The supplement looks ok but not great. We love vitamin B6. Caffeine and L Theanine is a reasonable combination that you may find increases energy without the jittery side effects of the caffeine but this can cause problems for some people. L Theanine is proven to increase the brain’s Alpha waves as claimed but be warned; this does cause sleepiness in some people.
The other ingredients may have beneficial effects on the chemical balance of the brain and in turn improve memory or mental alertness but the problem is that these effects are not yet strictly proven. It is unknown how much you should take of each ingredient and for how long. Vinpocetine, Alpha GPC and Huperzine A all require further investigation regarding optimum serving size, efficacy and side effects.
1 x bottle of 60 capsules (30 servings or between 10 days or one month’s supply) costs $30.00. Shipping is free to US addresses. You can’t seem to buy Nootropeak Attack outside the USA.
Overall we are less than convinced about Nootropeak Attack. The bottom line is that we would not be confident about trying it ourselves so we cannot recommend it to anyone else. It is an easy decision.
We would not recommend Nootropeak Attack.
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Nootropeak Attack is a nootropic supplement or smart drug that comes with the claims that it will boost your mental functioning and mental energy levels.
It contains L Theanine and Caffeine, a well known nootropic combination that can increase energy levels in the same way as any caffeine pill but without the jitteriness and anxiety thanks to L Theanine. This is an amino acid present in tea and is the compound that causes the relaxing yet energising effects of tea. The idea is that L Theanine smooths away the rather jagged effects of caffeine and increases alpha waves – activity in the brain typically created when daydreaming or practicing mindfulness or meditation.
Nootropeak also contains Alpha GPC a natural chemical released during the breakdown of certain fatty acids found in plants. Alpha GPC is believed to increase the brain chemical acetylcholine and may be effective as a treatment for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease as well as being a popular ingredient in nootropic supplements.
The final ingredients are Huperzine A, Vinpocetine and vitamin B6 all believed to enhance blood flow to the brain as well as increase the biosynthesises of neurotransmitters.
The idea is that this supplement will immediately boost mental energy but will have a longer lasting effect thanks to increasing the levels of the neurotransmitters in the brain.
Nootropeak is a new brand. Reading through the terms and conditions it states that Nootropeak is part of COGO company – which we investigated and found to be a nootropic supplement manufacturer based in Tennessee. Other products include UR Brain and Alpha Ignite.
The Nootropeak official website provides zero information about the company and the people behind it. The website and business appears to be in the USA but without any registered address, names or geographic location, the company are remaining extremely well hidden.
Does this matter? In our opinion lack of transparency does matter when like Nootropeak a business is dealing direct with customers, taking payments and despatching products. Nootropeak obviously do not welcome too much contact with their customers.
ATTACK delivers a strong and fairly intense cognitive boost (especially by enhancing levels of acetylcholine) that generally lasts 4-6 hours. It is recommended that new users take 1-2 capsules to start in order to assess effects.
Never exceed six capsules in a 24 hour period.
According to the supplement label, Attack is an “Extreme Cognitive Enhancer” and is “Nootropeak’s most powerful nootropic stack.”
The product information states that it is:
Intended to be taken for immediate energy and focus. Formulated to raise levels of key neurotransmitter (especially acetylcholine) while simultaneously offering neuroprotective effects and controlling jitters, ATTACK can enhance cognition, attention, motivation and mood, so that you can attack your tasks and achieve your goals.
The way that the various ingredients work together is explained too:
None of these claims are explained or supported by any clinical evidence.
Nootropeak Attack contains some popular nootropic ingredients. You may notice the kick of the caffeine and it is possible that if you concentrate, you may notice the effect of the L Theanine. This is known to increase alpha waves but of course you do have to take some out and be receptive in order for this to work. Tapping into our Alpha Waves as with day dreaming or meditation is a state that it is easy to override when busy and a supplement will not help if you are unreceptive.
The evidence for the other ingredients is in early stages but looks promising especially with regards the treatment of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
You may notice a short lived energy boost after taking Nootropeak Attack and if you allow yourself a period of relaxation time, you may notice that your Alpha waves start working too. However this state of relaxation yet mental alertness is not easy to achieve as the thousands of people who are trying to practice mindfulness and mediation will tell you. Despite taking the supplement you may find no difference if you are not receptive to your Alpha waves and don’t take time out to notice the effect.
The clinical evidence into Alpha GPC, Vinpocetine and Huperzine A is in early stages and looks very promising. You may find a slight increase in your mental alertness but without any customer feedback or real scientific evidence yet, results are by no means guaranteed.
Nootropeak Attack is a nootropic supplement or smart pill. Each serving is equal to two capsules.
Nootropeak do not warn against side effects beyond the warning not to exceed the recommended daily serving, and even then we are not told what will happen!
Although most people may not suffer from side effects, judging by the ingredients list potential side effects may include:
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if pregnant or breast feeding. Seek medical advice before taking if you have an underlying medical or mental health condition and/or are taking prescription medication.
There are no available customer reviews for Nootropeak Attack so we cannot bring you any true life experiences of taking this supplement.
Nootropeak Attack does not come with a money back guarantee.
You cannot buy Nootropeak Attack in the stores or Shopping Mall. It is only available on line.
You can buy it direct from the official Nootropeak website.
1 x bottle of 60 capsules (30 servings or between 10 days or one month’s supply) costs $30.00. Shipping is free to US addresses.
You can also find Nootropeak Attack on sale via COGO Supplements on Amazon USA.
1 x bottle of 60 capsules (30 servings) costs $34.99. Shipping is free to US addresses.
Nootropeak Attack is not on sale direct to customers outside the USA.