SuperBrain Review

SuperBrain is a recently-released nootropic supplement that hit the market in November 2015. Here’s our much-anticipated SuperBrain review.

What is SuperBrain?

SuperBrain is a new nootropic smart drug supplement that calls itself “the secret of successful people”. Using natural ingredients, SuperBrain claims to supercharge your brain and help you eliminate mental fatigue, prevent memory loss, and improve concentration.

SuperBrain also claims that users will be able to feel the effects within 30 minutes. You take one capsule daily in the morning.

The supplement is made by an American company based in Santa Ana, California.

But does SuperBrain really live up to its enormous promises? Let’s find out how it works.

How Does SuperBrain Work?

SuperBrain makes a lot of big promises: it promises to use natural, fast-acting ingredients to supercharge your brain’s potential and improve your thinking and focus.

Unfortunately, when SuperBrain starts to explain how the drug actually works, things start to get a little hazy.

For instance, here’s what the creator of SuperBrain has to say about how SuperBrain increases your energy:

“SuperBrain delivers an incredible burst of energy that takes effect within minutes and lasts up to 6 hours. The powerful stimulants give you incredible, long-lasting energy without the crash or jitters of energy drinks or harmful side effects of prescription medication.”

That’s great! But what exactly causes that burst of energy? SuperBrain never really explains.

This is actually a big mystery: even in the ingredients list, SuperBrain does not mention any stimulants. This suggests to me that they’ve hidden caffeine or other stimulants somewhere within the formula. None of the ingredients listed below (like L-Tyrosine and Bacopa monnieri) are classified as stimulants.

SuperBrain also claims to increase your focus and increase your brain power. When it explains how it increases your brain power, SuperBrain throws out a bunch of scientific lingo and expects you to trust them.

“Nootropics improve the function of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine via cholinergic (ACh) receptors and stimulate NMDA glutamate receptors that are critical to the learning and memory processes.”

Notice that the sales copy says “Nootropics improve…” and not “SuperBrain improves”.

Ultimately, the creators of SuperBrain never adequately describe how their supplement works. That should be worrying to anyone who likes to know exactly what kinds of medication they’re putting into their body.

The mysterious use of the word “stimulants” in the sales copy without mentioning the type of actual stimulants included in the formula is also extremely worrying, to say the least, especially for those who are sensitive to caffeine and other stimulants that could potentially be hidden behind the official ingredients list.

SuperBrain Ingredients

SuperBrain lists some of its ingredients online at the official website. Oddly enough, the manufacturer doesn’t list how much of any ingredient is included in each serving.

Instead, it simply lists the ingredients and expects you to assume that all of the ingredients are included at their most effective dosages.

In any case, SuperBrain’s ingredients include all of the following:

Bacopa Monnieri
Alpha GPC
Huperzine A

Every single one of these ingredients is a proven nootropic compound backed by considerable research. Unfortunately, since we don’t know the dosages in SuperBrain, it’s impossible to say whether or not these ingredients will actually help your brain.

Since the manufacturer hasn’t described its dosages, it’s safe to assume that the dosages are low: typically, manufacturers like to prominently advertise their higher dosages while avoiding mentioning lower dosages.

SuperBrain gives no evidence to suggest that it uses high dosages of any of the ingredients listed above.

How to Buy SuperBrain

SuperBrain is available in three different package levels:

— 1 Bottle (30 Capsules): $49.85
— 3 Bottles (90 Capsules): $113.82
— 5 Bottles (150 Capsules): $149.95

The 1 bottle package is only available under a “Monthly Renewal” plan, where SuperBrain ships repeated orders of the supplement to your address every month until you cancel. There’s no option to order just a single monthly bottle. You can either subscribe to the monthly renewal plan or pay for the 3 or 5 bottle plans.

SuperBrain Refund Policy

All SuperBrain purchases come with a 30 day refund policy. If you’re not satisfied with the product within 30 days, contact the customer service department (1-855-404-0005) to request an RMA number.

You’ll have to pay your return shipping costs for SuperBrain on your own. You’ll also be charged a $9.95 restocking fee if you’ve already opened the product. When you finally get your refund, it will exclude your shipping costs “and any applicable fees”.

Who Makes SuperBrain?

SuperBrain is made by a company named Super Brain. That company lists its address as

Super Brain
3760 W Mcfadden Ave. Suite B602
Santa Ana, CA 9704

You can contact the company by phone at 1-855-404-0005 or by email at [email protected]

Who Should Use SuperBrain?

SuperBrain is yet another overpriced, under-dosed nootropic stack that claims to be the next Adderall or Limitless pill.

In reality, SuperBrain has never been studied in clinical trials and the manufacturer has refused to even publish the dosages of any ingredients. Ultimately, this suggests that SuperBrain is not nearly powerful enough to have positive effects on your cognitive performance.


  1. I think the product works well. My memory has improved and I’m quicker at thinking, especially those times when you have a thought or name of something ‘on the tip of your tongue but you cant remember it’ I am able to remember them.

  2. I almost ordered a batch and when I saw that the third bottle was not free, but 3×1 bottle, I cancelled my order. I then called my charge card and told them to cancel the order. I even talked with their fraud department. When my charge card bill came, it not only included the price of two bottles, but a lot of other things I never ordered. I am having my charge card company NOT pay their charges. Also, the phone number listed with the items was supposedly not connected with this company according to the man the Fraud person and I spoke with. I still have the two bottles they sent right away, unopened, waiting for the charges to be dismissed.

  3. Type 3760 McFadden B602 Santa Ana, CA into Google and you’ll find complaint after complaint — for OTHER products sold at this same address. Here’s a hint: 3760 McFadden # B, Santa Ana is a UPS Store — or in other words, a MAIL DROP. (B-602) is the box these “marketers” keep using, probably so nobody can confront them in person.

  4. This product is “Bogus” and does not do what it advertises. Being sensitive to caffine, which their fancy advertising sent in the mail does not tell the consumer is one of the ingredients. So that is one strike against them, dubious other ingredients and no amount or percentages of each ingredient listed on the bottle. If I had known this pill contained vaccine I would not have
    Ordered it. They charge a fee to return it, a re-stocking charge, postage, etc. Soooo.,…….assume this is another “SCAM”. Being on Social Security, I have to live on a tight budget and can’t even recover the money I spent on this pill that doesn’t do a single thing the manufacturer and promoter purports it does!!! Buyer beware!!!!!
    I’ll also report this Bogus pill on Facebook and other social media and the FDA or anywhere the public will see and read these
    ” warnings”.

  5. This supplement is USELESS – AND the manufacturer will not let you return your extremely expensive unopened bottles….this gave me loose stools, and nothing else. I feel foolish for spending so much money on yet another useless supplement


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