Nura Calm

Nura Calm is a nootropic that you take to promote relaxation. It also claims to boost cognition, alertness, and a positive mood, rather than sending you to sleep. We love the idea of being focused and energized and at the same time chilled out, but can you really achieve a state of Zen with this supplement?

Nura Calm comes from Nura Nutrition. This company sells solely on Amazon and is based in Cheyenne Wyoming.

Nura Calm Pros

  • Clear product labelling
  • May work as described for some users
  • Not expensive

Nura Calm Cons

  • Mistakes made in the product advertising regarding the ingredients
  • No customer feedback
  • May cause some side effects in some people
  • No warnings about side effects or interactions
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Nura Calm

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Nura Calm Overview

What You Need To Know About Nura Calm

Nura Calm is an inexpensive nootropic supplement that aims to increase alertness and mental functioning, while at the same time reducing stress and anxiety. The ingredients profile does back these claims up, and we feel that this supplement might actually work for some users! Ingredient levels are fairly low but as the serving size for many nootropics have to be established; this may not be an issue and may reduce the risk of side effects associated with some of the ingredients. Not so good is the fact that Nura Nutrition has described ingredients not contained in this supplement, a basic error that we feel displays a lack of attention from this company.

What Are The Side Effects Of Nura Calm?

There is no customer feedback available at the present time, so we only have the ingredients list to go on when it comes to potential side effects.

This supplement is not overly strong but may cause side effects in some users, including heart palpitations, irregular heartbeat, nosebleeds, dizziness, headaches, agitation, drowsiness, confusion, contractions of uterus, changes to blood pressure levels, dry mouth, nausea, changes to blood sugar levels, and stomach aches.

Some of the ingredients in Nura Calm may interact with prescription medications, so you will need to seek medical advice before you buy.

How Much Does Nura Calm Cost?

Nura Calm is not expensive. It is only available to buy via Amazon where it costs $15.05 for one bottle of 60 capsules (30 servings).

Our Verdict On Nura Calm

We feel there are a lot of good points about Nura Calm, and find it surprising that this inexpensive supplement is not more popular on Amazon at the moment. However, this could be because it is fairly new on the market and at least it shows that Nura Nutrition has not gone down the scam route of posting false customer feedback comments in order to encourage others to buy.

We have included a long list of potential side effects mainly as a result of hawthorn and passionflower extract, but it is important to bear in mind that these are unlikely to affect everyone and for most people, this supplement is probably OK to take. In our opinion, it is likely to work for some users too and you may find that it does have a calming effect while helping you concentrate. Results are unlikely to be earth-shattering, but it will probably do something!

We can’t recommend Nura Calm. Despite the good points, this company have made basic advertising errors and those side effects may not affect everyone but it is a long list nonetheless. In addition, we would have liked to have seen some basic safety information, as well as some info about how to claim the guarantee, should things not work out.

Overall, Nura Calm is certainly one of the better nootropics we have seen just lately, but is not quite good enough to add to the approved list. We do not recommend Nura Calm to our readers.

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Nura Calm Key Features

A way of increasing feelings of calm, while at the same time upping energy levels and focus is something that will appeal to most of us. After all, we all know how difficult it is to avoid getting stressed out when things get busy. And just when we need to stay calm and focused, this is usually the exact time that calm and focus pack up their bags and leave!

Nura Calm Facts

  • Does not contain Alpha GPC or Phosphatidylserine as the product page and Amazon advert claims
  • Each bottle contains 60 capsules (30 servings)
  • Only available to buy via Amazon USA
  • Made in the USA in accordance with GMP (good manufacturing practice)

Nura Calm contains a blend of herbal ingredients that look as though they may help. It contains calming ingredients such as hops, lemon balm, and passion flower extract. There is L Theanine – an amino acid found in tea and known for its energizing, yet calming effects.

Added to these there are Rhodiola Rosea and Ashwaganda – two herbal extracts considered Adaptogens – substances that seem to promote feelings of well being, there is Hawthorn extract which is sometimes taken to counter anxiety. The final herbal ingredient is Bacopa Monnieri extract, which some evidence suggests may improve memory function.

How to Take Nura Calm

  • Take 2 capsules daily with food and water

As well as the herbal ingredients, Nura Calm contains B vitamins plus minerals magnesium and zinc, all good for healthy brain function and general health.

Overall the ingredients profile for Nura Calm looks pretty good, and in keeping with the claims of the advertising. The ingredients seem to be in safe quantities, if a little low, for some of the herbal extracts, but nonetheless this inexpensive supplement doesn’t seem to have any obvious red flags when it comes to safety. That said, all herbal extracts can cause side effects and reactions in some people and although many people believe that a natural product is always safe, this is not always the case.

Check out the ingredients tab and the side effects tab for more information.

Nura Calm Concerns:

  • May cause side effects in some users
  • Silly mistakes made in the advertising spoils the overall good impression of this supplement
  • No customer feedback and a very inactive Facebook page. This could be because the company and products are fairly new, or is there another reason for this?

Nura Nutrition looks to be a relatively new company. They filed for the Nura trademark in January 2018, and although the Facebook page dates back a little longer, it has not really got off the ground with only a handful of followers.

The Nura Nutrition website is smart and crisp and the product packaging equally so. There are only seven supplements available – a couple of nootropics and some general health products. All supplements are sold via Amazon which you can reach from a link on the product page on the Nutra Nutrition website.

According to the “about us” information, Nutra Nutrition is a family business and it offers a 100% guarantee on all supplements. However, there are no further details about these points.

What Does Nura Calm Claim To Do?

Nura Calm is described as being useful “For Focus, Energy, Memory & Clarity”, and is an “All Natural Nootropic Brain Booster Calming Supplement Sharpens Mind & Elevates Mood – Herbal Blend & Vitamin B Complex”.

However, there are some major discrepancies between the advertised ingredients and what is actually written on the ingredients list on the label.

On the Amazon advert, it is described as being “Made using naturally sourced alpha GPC”.

The problem with this statement is that this supplement does not actually contain Alpha GPC, which does spoil the good impression. Amazon is this company’s marketplace so an obvious mistake like this should not have happened and should have been noticed.

The information on the Nutra Nutrition website is equally misleading, stating that this supplement contains Phosphatidylserine, which “Helps to slow down cognitive decline caused by aging.” Maybe it does, but Phosphatidylserine is not actually in this supplement!

Does Nura Calm Work?

We can only go by what is written on the label’s ingredients list rather than the advertising, and it is important to note that this supplement does not contain Alpha GPC or Phosphatidylserine as claimed.

However, you may find that Nura Calm does help reduce feelings of stress and makes you feel calmer. It contains ingredients known to have this effect such as Lemon Balm, Passion flower, Hops, and L Theanine. And these combined with well-known Adaptogens which have a mood-boosting function such as Rhodiola Rosea and Ashwagandha, we can see that this supplement may work.

The downside is that although there is evidence that all the ingredients work as described, not all of it is conclusive and not all the ingredient quantities are in line with clinical testing. For example, Lemon Balm may be very effective as a calming dietary product, but will it work in the same way in a supplement and at a lower serving size? Drinking tea reduces stress and leaves you feeling energized, but will L Theanine work as well as tea without the caffeine and in a low serving size?

Nobody really knows the answers, and it will depend upon your own tolerance and reaction to the various components of this supplement.

What Are The Ingredients of Nura Calm?

Serving size is equal to 2 capsules.

  • Lemon Balm Extract 10:1 (100mg): Lemon balm is a type of mint often drunk in tea. It contains natural chemical compounds that may help reduce stress and it is well known for having a calming effect. Two small clinical tests were carried out using dietary forms of lemon balm (drinks and yoghurts), and participants noticed improvements in mood and cognitive ability. However, testing was based on 3g food serving rather than a lower serving in supplement form. Source
  • Passionflower Extract (100mg): Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata) was used traditionally in the Americas and later in Europe as a calming herb for anxiety, insomnia, seizures, and hysteria. It is still used today to treat anxiety and insomnia, BUT it is not necessarily safe. It can cause a range of side effects and it does interact with sedative medication.
  • Ashwagandha Root (100mg): Also known as Withania Somnifera, this Indian medicinal herb that may have many uses. It is known as an Adaptogen meaning it improves feelings of general wellbeing, but it does seem to have a range of purposes. It contains chemicals that may help reduce anxiety, improve sleep, reduce cholesterol, and increase testosterone. Sometimes known as Indian Ginseng, this root extract is well known in traditional Indian medicine, although there is yet to be any real scientific research to prove the effects.
  • Rhodiola Rosea Extract (100mg): Rhodiola is a natural Adaptogen which means that it causes general feelings of wellbeing and is often taken as a supplement in its own right. According to animal testing, it seems to reduce fatigue and feelings of stress but there no real evidence beyond the anecdotal, that it helps improve cognitive functioning. Low serving here compared to many supplements that use around 300mg. According to research, up to 680mg a day is safe for most people. Source
  • Bacopa Monnieri Extract (100mg): Bacopa may help reduce anxiety and improve memory function. It has an effect on dopamine and serotonin systems and it also may help the formation of neurons. Usual serving size is 300mg and it can take up to 12 weeks for any effects to be noticed. Source
  • Hawthorn leaf and flower powder (50mg): Hawthorn is sometimes taken for anxiety and as a sedative amongst other things such as high blood pressure and circulation problems. It lacks evidence, although it may be useful for heart failure according to some early studies. It can cause side effects including palpitations.
  • Hops Extract 10:1 (50mg): Hops are best known for their use in brewing beer, but have been used for other purposes such as a treatment for anxiety and sleep disturbances and medical conditions such as prostate cancer. They lack any real evidence but anecdotally, hops are known to promote sleep and some people use pillows filled with hops to reduce insomnia. However, they do have an oestrogen effect so you should not take for too long if you have a hormonally related medical condition such as breast cancer.
  • L Theanine (50mg): This is an amino acid present in tea and research shows that it can increase relaxation without causing feelings of drowsiness. When combined with caffeine (as in tea) it causes a feeling of calm energy making people more alert. Used on its own it seems to reduce anxiety. A moderately strong cup of tea will probably contain around 20mg with many supplements containing around 100mg – 200mg. Source
  • Bioperine (5mg): Branded supplement that contains black pepper chemical called Piperine, that can increase the bioavailability of other ingredients

Vitamins and Minerals:

  • Vitamin B 1 Thiamine (12mg)
  • Vitamin B2 Riboflavin (12mg)
  • Vitamin B3 Niacinamide (28mg)
  • Vitamin B6 Pyroxidine (8mg)
  • Vitamin B5 Calcium Pantothenate (16mg)
  • Magnesium (25mg)
  • Zinc (15mg)

Does Nura Calm Have Any Side Effects?

There is no customer feedback available at the present time, so we only have the ingredients list to go on when it comes to potential side effects. This supplement is not overly strong but may cause side effects in some users:

Hawthorn can cause,

  • Heart palpitations
  • Nosebleeds
  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
  • Agitation

Passionflower may cause,

  • Dizziness
  • Drowsiness
  • Confusion
  • Irregular heart beat
  • Contractions of uterus
  • Interactions with sedatives

Other side effects to this supplement may include,

  • Changes to blood pressure levels
  • Dry mouth
  • Nausea
  • Changes to blood sugar levels
  • Stomach ache

Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant, breast feeding or trying to conceive. Speak to your doctor before use if you are taking prescription medication or if you suffer from an existing medical condition. If you experience any of the listed side effects or any other reactions, cease use and take medical advice.

Are There Any Customer Reviews For Nura Calm?

There are no customer reviews for Nura Calm.

Does Nura Calm Offer a Money-Back Guarantee?

There is a money-back guarantee on offer with Nura Calm and it sounds good. Here’s what the company says about it,

If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, for any reason, contact us to receive a full refund. All of our products are backed by a 100% money back guarantee.

You can contact Nura Nutrition via email [email protected], via Facebook, or even by letter. The company address is:

1910 Thomas Avenue
Cheyenne WY82001

There is no customer service telephone number.

Nura Calm is only sold via Amazon so this guarantee should apply to Amazon purchases.

Where Can I Buy Nura Calm?

You can only buy Nura Calm from Amazon USA. This supplement does not seem to be available to customers outside the USA.

How does Nura Calm compare to OmniMind?

Criteria Nura Calm Comparison OmniMind
Clinically Proven Ingredients
Side Effect Free
Positive Customer Reviews
24/7 Support
Money-back Guarantee

Nura Calm

2.4 out of 5
Nura Calm Rating

The Nootropic Watchdog does not recommend Nura Calm.

  • Effectiveness
  • Safety
  • Price / Guarantee
The most popular consumer choice in 2021 is OmniMind

Containing ingredients that have been clinically tested and boasting a 30-day money-back guarantee, OmniMind is quickly rising to the top of the nootropic world.

Find out why people are choosing OmniMind to achieve advanced brain performance, and why it's our editor's top pick.

Read the Nootropic Watchdog OmniMind review here.

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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