Full Ingredients List:
Vitamin A 4000 IU
Vitamin C 250mg
Vitamin D 100 IU
Vitamin E 30 IU
Thiamin (Vitamin B1) 3mg
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 1.7mg
Vitamin B6 15mg
Folic Acid 400mcg
Vitamin B12 20mcg
Pantothenic Acid 12mg
Synergistic and Proprietary Formulation
Includes: DMAE Bitartrate, L-Glutamine, Bacopa Monniere Extract, Phosphatidylserine, Docosahexaenoic Acid Concentrate, Choline, Inositol, N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine, Bilberry Extract, GABA, Grape Skin Extract, Grape Seed Extract, Vinpocetine, Electrolyte Mineral complex, Huperzine-A, Boron, Vanadium
Retail Price: Discontinued
Capsules/Tablets per day: 4
Number of Servings: 60
Buy Online: www.vitasprings.com
Focus Smart Review: A Dying Multivitamin-Nootropic, Stay Away
Focus Smart is made by the pharmaceutical company, Your Life. Your Life isn’t really a very big company, and it seems like they’ve also named the supplement after a similar supplement for sale at CVS. The CVS Focus Smart is similar to its formulation, but costs much less than the option provided by Focus Smart. We wanted to see if Focus Smart is actually a quality ingredient or not.
To be honest, we weren’t able to find Your Life’s Focus smart. We weren’t exactly sure why, but it seems as if it has been discontinued. Or perhaps, it’s undergoing rebranding. But the fact of the matter is, that we aren’t able to find much information or anywhere on the web where we can get it from. So why are we “reviewing” this product? Well, since some of our users has emailed us telling us about Focus Smart, and to review them. So since then, we’ve been trying to get a hold of Focus Smart.
However, such is not an easy task. We’ve been searching high and low, and what we base this review from, is from the ingredients list available through research, the comments we’ve received from our readers, and the reviews that we’ve seen online. Please be advised.
Focus Smart contains an extensive list of supplements, and is obviously marketed towards people who want to increase their cognitive abilities. The main ingredient they use is vinpocetine, an extract of the periwinkle flower. High quality extracts of vinpocetine are difficult to find, simply because of the expensive price. Some of our best rated products contain this high grade that we are talking about. Focus Smart fails to meet the grade, though.
An issue we found with Focus Smart as well, is that this did not stop at vinpocetine, though. It seems as if like many other nootropic supplement, they’ve tried to become an all-inclusive pill. They’ve included multivitamins, zinc, potassium, and several others.
We found out that a supply of Focus Smart makes its users take 4 tablets a day, calling for 120 tablets for a month. This means that you’re going to have to remember taking a tablet every few hours, which might be extremely inconvenient to people with a tight schedule, and also ADHD sufferers. It is weird to see that a single bottle contains 240 tablets, though, much, much higher than all the others offered on the market. However, we’ve said that a months’ supply is only 120, so you are forced to buy a 2-month supply off the bat. However, don’t be dismayed, it seems as if the price of that 240-capsule bottle is only $22. Quite cheap, to be honest. This begs the question about the quality of their ingredients, as mentioned earlier, and even more: What happened to them?
What we’ve been hearing from some of our readers is mainly negative. We’ve been hearing that many people don’t notice much difference, while some saying that there’s only a slight one. They mention that it’s not working as well at it should be. Some people claim that they don’t work at all. This is pretty bad for the company, add to the fact that it isn’t available on the internet anymore. We can’t verify the claims from our readers, though, since as mentioned, we can’t find anywhere to order Focus Smart from. At $22 for 2 month’s supply, it is very cheap. Still, though, beware.
It really seems that Focus Smart lacks Focus. The amount of ingredients contained in each pill seems to be vast and many. This is not good at all because more ingredients equate to less potency, with the amount of ingredients being too small to make a difference. This could also be one reason why the bottles contain 240 pills. On top of that, even on Amazon, it has been discontinued. This is never a good sign. Even with the $22 price tag, we can’t advise you to take this product. In fact, we advise all readers to stay as far away as you can from Focus Smart.