Naturamin is a nootropic supplement that is currently giving away free samples online. Here’s what you need to know about Naturamin Brain Booster.
What is Naturamin?
Naturamin is a nootropic smart drug supplement that promises to support your memory, cognition, and recall using natural ingredients.
The supplement has recently made a name for itself for giving away free supplement samples online. Each sample includes 5 free capsules, although it’s only available to residents of Australia (the supplement is made in Melbourne, Australia).
Some of the active ingredients in Naturamin include Bacopa Monnieri, ginseng, ginkgo biloba, choline, and L-tyrosine.
Naturamin is priced at $35.99 per bottle online, although you can save up to 15% by ordering three bottles at a time.
The supplement is manufactured by a company in Australia and claims to be certified by the Therapeutic Goods Administrations as overseen by the Commonwealth Government’s Department of Health, which is kind of like Australia’s FDA.
Naturamin claims that the supplement will be particularly beneficial to students, entrepreneurs, and athletes, although it will also benefit “anyone who requires clarity and improved brain performance.”
How Does Naturamin Work?
Naturamin explains that it uses natural ingredients to support your brain’s natural functions. In a cutesy 52 second video, the company explains the basics of how the supplement works.
Here are all of the ingredients included with Naturamin, along with their specific dosages:
— Choline Bitartrate (300mg): “Works indirectly to promote focus, better memory, and higher levels of energy” because it helps your brain release acetylcholine. Choline Bitartrate is naturally found in fish, eggs, and meat, but your body rarely gets a sufficient amount to support brain health. An egg, for example, has about 100mg of choline.
— Bacopa Monnieri (100mg): Also known as Bacopa monnieri, this popular herb has been used in Ayurvedic (ancient Indian) medicine for thousands of years. In recent clinical trials, it’s been shown to mildly improve learning and retention while also raising levels of serotonin.
— L-Tyrosine (150mg): L-Tyrosine is a building block for multiple types of neurotransmitters, including epinephrine, norepinephrine, dopamine, and L-DOPA.
— Ginkgo Biloba (60mg): Acts as a big source of flavonoids and terpenoids, which are antioxidants that can target free radicals within the brain and reduce your risk of degenerative neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s.
— ALCAR (200mg): Alcar is short for Acetyl-L-Carnitine. ALCAR is the acetylated version of L-Carnitine and it plays a number of important roles in energy metabolism throughout your body and brain.
— Ginseng (100mg): Ginseng is included in this supplement for its neuroprotective ability. Ginseng is prized for its ability to protect the brain and promote healthy development.
— Other Ingredients: Vitamin B5 (3mg), Vitamin B6 (3mg), Zinc (5mg), Gotu Kola (70mg), and Vitamin B12 (50mcg).
Naturamin supports all of these claims by cities a number of studies at the bottom of its ingredients chart: Naturamin.com
How to Buy Naturamin
Naturamin is available for purchase online from Naturamin.com. Here’s how much you can expect to pay:
— 1 Bottle: $35.99
— 2 Bottles: $64.78 (save 10%)
— 3 Bottles: $91.78 (save 15%)
All payments are processed through PayPal, although you can pay with your credit card even if you don’t have a PayPal account.
As mentioned above, there’s also a free sample pack that gives you five capsules of Naturamin for free, although you need to have it shipped to an Australian address.
All purchases come with a 126 day money back guarantee. That’s right: not a 120 day guarantee. A 126 day guarantee. Don’t ask me why.
Who Makes Naturamin?
Naturamin is made by a company called Naturamin (makes sense) at the following address in Victoria:Naturamin
Suite 120, Lt. 585 Collins Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000
You can contact the company by email by contacting [email protected]
Final Thoughts: Who Should Take Naturamin?
Australians face some of the industry’s strictest regulations when it comes to importing drugs and supplements overseas. Australia isn’t like America, where the nutritional supplement industry is ignored by the FDA and manufacturers can make any claims they like.
If you live in Australia and want to try a nootropic, then Naturamin’s free sample offer can’t be beat. The supplement is also sold at a fair price for a nootropic – even if it is a little under-powered in terms of its ingredients.
It’s also important to note that Naturamin does ship overseas to customers outside of Australia.