Neurofuse is produced by an American not reputable and badly-known company. It has its own official website, but it is very low-informative. It contains no information on ingredients of the supplement or possible side effects. There are only promises that Neurofuse is the best product of its kind. I hope people aren't so naive as to believe those claims without checking the information. This is the reason why I decided to make a research of this product and to find out whether it is really effective.

Neurofuse is a said to be another supplement with a nootropic formula in designed to act as a cup of coffee in the morning. A nootropic is a drug that is intended to enhance mental performance, clarity, memory, cognition, and to improve the work of brain in general. However, nootropics are considered to be dangerous supplements in a number of conditions.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

There is no information about side effects of Neurofuse on the official website at all. The only thing I was sure in was that the product contains unnatural ingredients, many of which don't have any positive effect on the brain. So, I had to make my own research. As I failed to find any information about the supplement in general I decided to look for it on each ingredient separately. And this is what I found.

Bacopa Monnieri is dangerous with its negative side effects including depression and anxiety. In most cases this ingredient didn't prove to be effective at all. Vinpocetine, another substance used in Neurofuse, should be avoided by patients who suffer from severe, hypertensive crises, by elderly people with acute cerebro-cardiac or cardio-cerebral syndrome, disorders of heart rhythm or postinfarction cardiosclerosis.

Picamilon is claimed to be safe for most healthy people, but you can find many reports about its side effects online. The severest potential adverse effect is the decrease of blood pressure. For this reason, the substance should be avoided by people prone to hypotension. Other health dangers include skin rashes and allergies, lightheadedness, headaches, nausea and dizziness. Red flushing of the skin is often reported.

"Neurofuse has not worked for me or any of my friends. It resembles an overpriced caffeine pill that seemingly has not been sufficiently tested"

"After going through the trial and six week's worth of Neurofuse capsules I did not see my memory or ability to focus improve. I did, however, notice an increase in the number of headaches I was feeling"

"Before purchasing Neurofuse, consumers should be aware that that this is a subscription service that is difficult to cancel"


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