OmniMind No1 is a Nootropic supplement from Getomnimind, a Dutch company based in Maastricht in the Netherlands. OmniMind No1 is one of two products offered by the company and looks to be relatively new on the market.
OmniMind is a relatively new nootropic supplement on the market and is designed to help with memory, focus, and motivation. It has been made with the help of doctors and European food supplement analysis, so has been manufactured to a high level of safety. OmniMind No1 is manufactured in the Netherlands, and seems more popular in Europe than it is in the UK and USA. It may be worth a try but because it is new on the market, customer feedback is thin on the ground.
Potential common side effects may include; nausea, gastrointestinal upset, drowsiness, muscular fatigue, and lethargy. Judging by the ingredients list, additional side effects may include; jitteriness, insomnia, and headaches.
OmniMind No1 is quite expensive. Buy from the official website and 1 x plastic jar of 40 capsules costs €29.95 (20 days supply). OmniMind No1 claims that 40 capsules will last a month if taken on work days only. 3 x jars (60 days supply) costs €79.85. At current exchange rates, this would be the same price in GBP.
Shipping is an additional €3.00 for 1 x jar. It costs €5.70 for 3 x jars to Europe including the UK. Shipping is calculated at the point of sale but seems reasonable.
You can also find OmniMind No1 on sale from various independent nootropic stores across the globe, including New Zealand.
OmniMind No1 is on sale via Amazon UK for £44.99 for one jar of 40 capsules.
We are quite impressed with OmniMind No1. Some of the ingredients in this supplement have a good track record of enhancing cognitive functions, according to research, and it has the added advantage of containing no dangerous build up chemicals. There have been a few reports of some of the ingredients causing mild side effects on first use, but the company is open about the ingredients included and provides good back up on their website.
At the time of writing, there is little independent customer feedback for this supplement, probably because it is new on the market. OmniMind No1 may offer a nootropic boost to some people so you may find that this one is worth a try, as although this supplement is a little expensive, it does offer a money-back guarantee.
OmniMind comes from a Dutch company called Getomnimind, based in Maastricht in the Netherlands. According to the product information, this supplement is scientifically designed to bring you to the next level of mental performance and is ideal for “high achievers, entrepreneurs and students.”
That’s the rest of us ruled out then, we thought, but then again, this supposed target consumer group is probably down to the young trendy nature of the company, who might not believe that anyone over the age of 30 actually exists!
OmniMind is described as being 100% safe and manufactured under European regulation of food supplements with the help of doctors. This is reassuring and with the tighter controls over supplement safety in Europe when compared to US-made dietary products, we believe that this supplement is safe and unlikely to cause too many side effects.
This does not mean it is necessarily side effect free for everyone. But it does mean that this supplement is unlikely to do you any long term harm.
The first of the main ingredients is Bacopa Monnieri, a herbal extract that comes from wetlands from around the world, but is particularly prevalent in Asia.
It has been used for thousands of years in Ayurveda treatments and recent clinical trials have shown it increases cerebral blood flow in humans. There is promising evidence for memory recall too.
OmniMind No1 also includes Rhodiola Rosea more commonly known as Golden Root or Aaron’s rod, made from a perennial plant that grows naturally in Arctic regions of Europe, Britain, Asia, and North America.
Rhodiola Rosea is regarded as an Adaptogen, meaning it generally improves mood and feelings of wellbeing and has long been used in Russia and Scandinavia to cope with the cold and stressful life found in Arctic-like conditions. However, although it is strong on anecdotal evidence, the scientific evidence for such benefits is weak.
The last of the 3 main ingredients is L-Theanine which is used to help with anxiety, blood pressure control, mood, and cognition.
L-Theanine is usually extracted from green tea leaves or, as in this case, an edible mushroom called Bay Bolete. L-Theanine is an amino acid used in many health supplements and is well documented to raise levels of brain serotonin, dopamine, and GABA, with possible improvements in specific memory and learning tasks.
The combination of L – theanine and caffeine has been shown to promote faster simple reaction time, faster numeric working memory reaction time, and improved sentence verification accuracy.
OmniMind No1 also contains caffeine so this is a winning combination. That said, it will cause caffeine side effects if you are very sensitive. Take a look at the ingredients and side effects sections to find out more.
Nootropic science is still in its infancy especially as far as supplements are concerned, but ingredients of OmniMind No1 have shown no long term problems within human subjects so far.
Because of the emphasis of older traditional plant-based medicines, OmniMind No1 seems to be a mix between modern Nootropics thinking and an almost folk-like new age approach.
This seems like a contradiction, but the bottom line is OmniMind No1 has a better scientific backup for its claims than some more established nootropics on sale. Who knows! OmniMind No1 may well be an important stepping stone in the future direction of the Nootropic supplement industry.
Contact details are provided which we like. You can contact GetOmnimind via email or phone; T: +32474 534323
The company is based at the following address:
Getomnimind, Robert Schumandomein 2, 6229ES Maastricht, Netherlands
At the time of writing, GetOmniMind sells just two supplements although this could change in the future. The second product that the company released is called OmniMind SleepWell, which we covered in a previous review. We also approved this nootropic and felt it looked both safe and effective.
OmniMind No1 claims to give you enhanced mental performance and reach your “omni potential” with its two capsules a day formula.
Using a combination of traditional plant-based ingredients and more recently discovered supplement additions, the product claims improvements on three targeted areas to achieve this.
The product information on the front page explains how to achieve the benefits.
OmniMind No1® is a premium nootropic stack, scientifically designed to bring you to the next level of mental performance. Take 2 capsules in the morning with a glass of water.
Continue your daily intake. Depending on your personal bio-system, you will notice an upgrade after 1 to 2 days.
Be consistent and experience the results of improved focus, memory and motivation. Leave your competition behind and achieve your goals in excellence.”
There are links provided to the various clinical trials and evidence which back up these claims.
We think it probably will work for some people.
Although the inclusion of Rhodiola Rosea as a mood and motivation enhancer is an as yet an unknown quality, the other main properties are showing promise. Both L-Theanine and Bacopa Monnieri extract have performed well in cognitive boosting tests.
Users generally report that OmniMind No1 takes a couple of days before any effects are noticed, but seem happy with the results. Like all Nootropics supplements, the effects will vary from person to person depending on your own biochemistry and makeup.
Each serving is equal to 2 capsules.
There have been a few reports of side effects from customers when first taking this supplement. These include:
Judging by the ingredients list, additional side effects may include:
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if pregnant or breastfeeding. Tyrosine is a precursor to tyramine and thus carries a significant risk to people using MAO inhibitors. Speak to your doctor before use if you are taking prescription medication or have a previous medical condition.
OmniMind No1 is pretty new on the market and we have not been able to find any independent customer reviews in English. However, we found a couple of reports on German Amazon. Thanks to Google translate here they are! Both are positive.
I bought OmniMind in order to be able gain more concentration with my computer. In addition, I still drink coffee. The combination suits me well, I feel clear and awake and can also concentrate well in night shifts at the desk.
Compared to other nootropics, I cannot detect any negative side effects. I like it.
I have already tried a variety of nootropics and this stack works best for me. I can concentrate for 6+ hours and afterwards not experience a crash!
There are also customer comments left on the official OmniMind No1 website.
According to the advertising and FAQs, there is a money back guarantee. Here’s what the company has to say about it.
“You can send your package back to our headquarters if you are not satisfied and we will give you a 100% money back guarantee within 30 days after your purchase.”
You can buy OmniMind No1 online direct from the official website and it is also on sale via Amazon UK and other Amazon sites across Europe.
According to the product information, OmniMind No1 is stocked in some stores across Europe, New Zealand, and America.
It is also on sale online from independent retailers who specialize in selling nootropic supplements.