Supplements have slowly become a staple in our society. Many people who try to become healthier turn to supplements to get the necessary vitamins and minerals that they might be missing. But as more and more companies have started producing these supplements, quality control is also becoming more and more difficult. Choosing supplements which are made with real ingredients and without any harmful ingredients in them has turned into a challenge.
LioSearch is a company seeking to answer the call for quality supplement products. Their choice of using cutting-edge, quality, nutritional ingredients result in supplements which aren’t comparable to any others available on the market.
The purity of ingredients is a vital aspect of their supplements. Understanding that our body is able to absorb natural ingredients a lot easier than those combined with artificial ingredients is a huge part of their business model. Essentially, if an ingredient isn’t considered to be of high quality and holds no benefit for the consumer, then they simply don’t use it in their formulas.
LioSearch has always been a company with strict standards. They choose to use quality ingredients to produce quality supplements. However, in addition to their already formidable goals, they also choose to try and impact the environment as little as possible.
There is little information out there about the company itself. We know that it is based out of Lyon, France. The company’s customer service center is located in the UK and is available during regular operational hours every day of the week.
Besides this basic information, there is little insight into who this company was made or registered by. It’s a bit of a mystery. No CEO names and no doctors associated with any of these supplements, hard to tell who is responsible for developing LioSearch products.
Products by LioSearch
It seems that all of the products made by LioSearch are cognitive functionality influencing supplements. This means that these products work in an attempt to influence your brain function to achieve desired results. There are three products: B-Triad, B-Mood, and B-Brain. Each of these is designed for a specific function.
This supplement is essentially a sleep aid. We know how vital proper, high-quality sleep is to a healthy body. Giving your body an opportunity to recharge while you sleep and release all the stress and tension associated with daily functions is absolutely critical. Without proper sleep, you can’t expect to continue living a healthy life.
LioSearch claims that this supplement will give you the ability to fall asleep faster and sleep for a longer period of time. It will also improve your sleep cycle which in turn will result in much calmer mind overall. The problem is that we weren’t able to find what types of ingredients are used in this supplement. There is no information regarding the formula used for creating B-Triad anywhere on the company’s website. We had to dig for this supplement’s facts label.
Here are the ingredients found in B-Triad:
- Magnesium 200 mg
- L-Theanine 400 mg
- GABA 100 mg
- Phellodendron Root Powder 100 mg
- Mucuna pruriens 100 mg
- 5-HTP 50 mg
- Melatonin 2 mg
After looking at this list of ingredients it’s easy to see that LioSearch is relying on commonly used ingredients which are known to affect sleep in a positive way. However, there are also some common side-effects which can be associated with some of these ingredients. Melatonin, for example, is able to cause headaches when used frequently.
Mucuna pruriens can also cause bloating and nausea. Although most of these side-effects are rare, it’s still a possibility that you could develop them.
Our mood is greatly dependent on our mental health. Supplements can increase the intake of certain minerals and vitamins which directly work with our neural system and thus produce a more stabilized and calmer mood.
LioSearch attempts to offer a calmer, more focused environment which is positive and stress-free with the help of their B-Mood supplement. They claim that taking this supplement will help you reduce anxiety, feel at ease, and promote relaxation and positive mood.
Unlike with the previous supplement, B-Triad, the ingredients used in B-Mood very clearly listed on the LioSearch website. Here is what they decided to use in their formula:
- Vitamin B1 2mg
- Vitamin B2 2mg
- Niacinamide 10mg
- Vitamin B6 10mg
- Folic Acid 50mcg
- Vitamin B12 100mcg
- Calcium 50mg
- Magnesium 50mg
- Ashwagandha 30mg
- GABA 100mg
- Chamomile Flower 100mg
- 5-HTP 50mg
- St. John’s Wort 25mg
After scrutinizing this ingredient label, it’s easy to see that B vitamins, Ashwagandha, GABA, and Chamomile Flower are the focal points in this blend. B vitamins are well known for their ability to stabilize our mental functions.
The same can be said about Ashwagandha, even though it functions in a different way, the end result is a calmer and more stable mind. GABA, an acronym for gamma-amino butyric acid, also has the same capabilities since it can act as a neurotransmitter in our nervous system and stabilize our mood. Chamomile Flower is generally used for reducing stress and treating anxiety.
Overall, it seems that LioSearch decided to cover all of the basics when it comes to mood stabilization and anxiety reduction by utilizing some of the most well-known ingredients which work positively with our nervous system.
By now you probably realize that the health of our brain is absolutely crucial for proper body function and elevated health. Our brain controls everything we do, consciously and subconsciously.
Most of the standard body functions are performed without us even thinking about it; our brain is able to maintain our body on its own. Because of this, its health is crucial. This is where B-Brain comes into effect. LioSearch has created this supplement in an attempt to sharpen our mind. Mental alertness, energy, focus, clarity, improved memory, and enhanced mood are all the benefits of using B-Brain.
The ingredients used in this supplement were also clearly displayed on the LioSearch website. Even though the list of these ingredients is a bit shorter when compared to B-Mood, their function is direct and well-tuned for our brain:
- Ginkgo biloba Lead 50mg
- Phosphatidylserine 125mg
- N-Acetyl L-Carnitine HCI 50mg
- St. John’s Wort 250mg
- L-Glutamine 150mg
- Bacopa monnieri Lead Extract 120mg
- Huperzine-A 10mcg
The first ingredient that stands out simply because of its high amount in the formula is St. John’s Wort. This ingredient has a variety of different benefits, but the ones most associated with our brain function is its ability to work as an antidepressant. Phosphatidylserine is also present in large quantities in this formula; its function is related to protecting our brain cells and carrying messages between them which results in a sharper mind and memory.
L-Glutamine is another interesting ingredient because it’s predominantly used as a building block for proteins, thus allows the user to enhance muscle growth, but recently evidence surfaced showing that it can also increase your energy, stamina, and focus via the way it interacts with our brain.
Overall, each of these ingredients has a positive effect on our brain function and is able to improve our cognitive performance significantly. We understand why these ingredients were used.
Even though one out of the three supplements that LioSearch offers was left a bit in the dark when it comes to the transparency of ingredients being used in the supplement, we agree that majority of these ingredients in these supplements are designed to tackle exactly what LioSearch created them for.
A major issue that we have with this brand is lack of feedback and somewhat of an expensive price set forth by the company. We think that there aren’t many customers using these supplements because their price point is pretty outrageous when compared to other products that have similar ingredients.
B-Mood and B-Brain are available for $33.74 per bottle of each on the official website while B-Triad is offered at a whopping $62.67. There is no doubt that these supplements use the correct ingredients but at this price, they might as well be coated in gold leaf.
The final verdict is that these supplements, even though functional and carefully formulated, are simply too expensive.