Floraheal Brain Focus Review: The Go-to Organic Brain Enhancer
Our First Impressions
Brain Focus is a herbal, organic and kosher certified supplement manufactured by Floraheal as a memory and concentration enhancer. We’re happy to finally come across a 100% kosher certified product, because we’ve heard more than just a few readers demand for it. Floraheal claim that their products have been created based on Moses Maimonides’ medicinal teachings – Moses Maimonides is a Jewish physician of the Middle Ages who was well-known for his use of natural remedies of the Earth to treat health concerns. Even if you’re not Jewish, this all-natural brain-boosting supplement might just be the right option for you, so don’t look away!
Floraheal is a herbal supplement company based in Lauderhill, Florida. As aforementioned, all their products are based on Moses Maimonides’s works of medicine. The company sells a variety of supplements ranging from back to indigestion support. We have only ever heard good things about the company, its marketing practices and customer service.
Brain Focus’ formula is created specifically to tackle memory and focus weaknesses. Their ingredients list includes a proprietary herbal blend of Ginseng (Panax), Mistletoe and Rosemary. Already, we can see that they have chosen very unique compounds to include in their formula. While Panax Ginseng is quite widely used in the world of nootropics, to pair this herbal extract with Rosemary and Mistletoe is something we have never seen before.
Panax Ginseng functions on the body by lowering stress, promoting energy and boosting overall vitality. Mistletoe supports blood pressure regulation, which is surprisingly tied with memory because high blood tension can lead to weakened abilities to remember information. Lastly we have Rosemary extract, which certain users claim can help with focus and concentration. The three together combined hopefully form a powerful tonic combo that can achieve the manufacturer’s promises.
Three of our members here at BrainEnhancementAdvisor.org decided to do a little test on Brain Focus out of curiosity of its effectiveness and side effects. We planned for the experiment to last 14 days, which would give us enough time to evaluate its potential effects in the long term.
It didn’t take long for us to begin noticing the results. By day 3, all three members felt a surge of mental energy and clarity. Although there were no real improvements with memory, decreased brain fog and the ability to stay on task was a great feeling to have, particularly during office hours. These effects were quite consistent throughout the two weeks, although the product did perform better on certain days.
Unfortunately, we could not find other consumer online reviews, despite the fact that the product is sold on Amazon.com. Shocking, we know! We assume this to be the case because the product is quite new. Perhaps we need to give it some time before people begin to share their experiences on the product.
Brain Focus’ price is right where it should be. Each bottle contains 120 veggie capsules and you are recommended to take 4 caps a day, meaning the product will stay on the shelf for the entire month. You will get to experience the effects of Ginseng, Rosemary and Mistletoe extract for only $28.49, which we anticipate will bring you nothing but great effects to your cognitive function.
Floraheal’s Brain Focus is suitable for those who are looking for an organic, mild brain enhancing formula. There are only three ingredients in the mix – Panax ginseng, Mistletoe and Rosemary extracts. This shows how pure and natural the formulation is, which is what a lot of customers look for when choosing to buy a dietary supplement. The best part about this product is that it comes at a good price and is most likely non-addictive. We have seen good results with mental clarity, but we must admit that the formula was not strong enough to impact memory capacity. Since one of the ingredients, Mistletoe, has been shown to reduce blood pressure, we would recommend this product for those of you who suffer from impaired memory due to blood pressure related issues.
Awarded Week of: Wednesday July 19, 2017