Mind Formula Review
Mind Formula Review: A Disappointing Fruity Take on Nootropics
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Pemology, the company behind Mind Formula, takes an interesting take on medicine with its line of product based on fruity formulas. Yep, you heard it. With Mind Formula, under “The Science of Fruit,” does the natural, fruity way demonstrate a better effect in terms of formula and overall effectiveness? No.
Many reviewers report that Mind Formula did not do anything for them, and in some cases, brought about some adverse side effects as well.
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The Science of Fruit?
Pemology claims that their products come in with its ingredients formed with natural fruit extracts. In this way, they’re formula has also seen the inclusion of fruit extracts, as well as the normal ingredients found in a nootropic’s formula.
They’ve included Pomegranate, Ginkgo Biloba, and Ashwaganda extracts, as well as other nootropic ingredients like: Acetyl-L-Carnitine and DHA. However, the focus here is on the fruit extracts and what they bring to the table. Ginkgo Biloba extract, for example, is found in many other products, and has been proven to bring on a number of benefits to the brain in terms of blood flow. Ginkgo Biloba is actually not uncommon in most nootrpoics, though – it’s contained in many of them.
What’s really interesting is the other two ingredients, Pomegranate and Ashwaganda extracts, both unheard of before.
Pomegranate and Ashwaganda Extracts
Pomegranate extract is apparently an extract from the tree that has several uses, that include the heart and blood vessels, but it is also an antioxidant, similar to the Vitamin C or Tumeric contained in other nootropics. It’s interesting to see this present as Acetyl-L-Carnitine needs an antioxidant to complement its pro-oxidant effects. On the other hand, Ashwaganda calms the brain, while reducing swelling and inflammation, and reducing blood pressure. Now this, unlike the Pomegranate extract that served as a substitute for a different ingredient, has effects that are unseen in many other products out there. It might just be the only one that has these sort of effects. Then again, there are new products being released in the industry almost every day, so that might not hold on true for long.
It’s quite nice to see that although Pomology has taken away some ingredients from the basic set of formulas that a nootropic should have, they’ve replaced them with other more naturist ingredients that also do the same job. Even further, they’ve added an ingredient that should set them apart from the many competitors out there.
However, the question remained on whether they were more or less effective than the traditional ingredients used by other manufacturers.
The Results: Not What We Expected.
What was first noticeable from taking Mind Formula was that we actually felt cleaner, in a way. It’s quite hard to explain, but it should be the same sort of feeling you get from a week’s juice cleanse diet. The fact that this was a vegetarian formula was overlooked, but that was how it felt like being on Mind Formula. It was a good feeling, especially after recently getting off of the ingredient-heavy products we’ve been reviewing recently.
The effects of Mind Formula, however, were not satisfactory compared to the other nootropics we’ve tried. Off the bat, there was only a slight observable difference in brain function. Although some of us reported that it didn’t work, it did show a marginal benefit, though. So, it’s not all bad. However, at the end of our 3 months of reviewing the product, the difference recorded wasn’t really anything to call home about. Sad to say, Mind Formula got us a little disappointed.
Additionally, we did also come across some reviews about Mind Formula online, and they were frequently negative, with only a few testimonials available. This might be a red flag concerning how good the product really is.
Summary: Pomology Could Have Done Better
Pomology, a very strong company in their “Science of Fruit” has finally found a product where they’re not inherently great at. It seems that their resources should be used elsewhere in the production of better products, because Mind Formula isn’t one of them. Mind Formula stirs in you some great expectations, however, it can’t even meet the ones that it has set by itself. It works, marginally, but the naturalistic formula that they’ve employed might just be the reason why there is a gaping hole between the better nootropics in the industry and Pomology’s Mind Formula.