Intelligex & Amped Review
We write nootropic supplement reviews on nearly every brain pill and smart drug we can find and lately we are finding there are so many out there that people find us looking for results and recommendations for which nootropics work and if you can trust the marketing claims behind all of these.
One that we have recently been asked about from multiple sources is Intelligex and Amped by FocusNutra. Here is our review, but you can see our #1 most recommend Nootropic supplement here first.
What is Intelligex & Amped?
Focus Nutra’s Intelligex is for mental performance and Amped is for boosting cognitive energy and both have been advertised as the most powerful brain enhancer ever discovered and bonafide study supplements.
While nootropic smart drugs have continued to rise in popularity and effectiveness, it is hard to know whether or not which supplements actually contain the active ingredients listed in the supplement facts and on the label.
However, much to our surprise and maybe yours, they do list their phone number and customer service support email +1(888)-255-1750, or email us at [email protected]
How Does Intellgix & Amped Work?
The science and search for legitimate resources to validate the potency and results of using a little-known brain pill by the name of Intelligex are hard to come by.
The editorial that promoted Intelligex brought up references from Dr Raqif, Bradley Cooper in Limitless and The Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit (NCTU) but did fail to link to the proper resources when mentioning.
They did mention a few ingredients (phosphatidylserine, bacopa and vinpocetine) found in Intelligex but it was difficult in locating a big enough image and picture that lists all of the dosages of each.
Should You Buy Intelligex Pills?
It is hard to give too hard of a recommendation one way or another with such limited information available about Intelligex and Amped nootropic products.
It is important to note and know that we could only find free trial versions at www.FocusNutra.com which appears to be the official site of Amped and Intelligex. In the fine print details it does mention that “you are ordering a 60 capsule bottle of FocusNutra with a 14 day trial offer that costs $4.99 for shipping and handling and on day 14 you will be charged for the full price of $99.99”
We want to open up the digital dialogue and ask current customers or on lookers to express your thoughts and findings below. We are an unbiased and personal due diligence crew who want to find the best, most credible information available on whether or not you should buy this new brain supplement.