Cognamine/BrainQuicken - anyone heard of it?

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Hey guys,

As exams and everything are approaching it is crunch time. I was talking with a friend and he told me he used this product and found it worked well. Supposedly it works for both mental and physical efficiency.

Anyone hear of it/use it before? Here are the ingredients:

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I looked for it on wiki and it came up with a page on the guy who created it and a link to the brainquicken page, but that's all. I'd never heard of it, but I'd like to know if there is any validity to it.
 
I created a thread about piracetam when I was considering it.

Have a look.

I think theres one person whos been using it for a while and created a thread about his experiences over a decent time frame
 
Dosing looks ineffective. If you're not intentionally trying to avoid caffeine then look into SNS Focus XT which has more appropriate serving sizes.
 
Dosing looks ineffective. If you're not intentionally trying to avoid caffeine then look into SNS Focus XT which has more appropriate serving sizes.

Actually I would prefer to avoid too much caffeine. Any other reccomendations?
 
I've used it before for both exams and training and I didn't notice a single thing. Waste of money for me. Apparently it works for some people and not for others. Try to get some from your friend to test it out
 
Actually I would prefer to avoid too much caffeine. Any other reccomendations?

Sorry, not off the top of my head. Bodybuilding.com has a huge list of supplements though. I'd suggest you look through what they have for something with a similar formula strength minus the caffeine. That's usually how I find new brands/products to try.

NOTE: You don't want to just take more caps of BrainQuicken - it already has too much vit b in a normal dose.
 

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