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Optineuro is a natural food supplement developed with nutritional therapists, under GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) standards, to help your brain perform at the optimum level. It contains a unique and synergistic blend of herbal extracts, amino acids, nootropic smart drugs and vitamins to aid alertness, concentration, energy production, mood enhancement, stress reduction and to protect & improve memory.
Nutrients in Optineuro cross the blood-brain barrier and interact with receptors, this stimulates neural activity and releases neurotransmitters such as dopamine and adrenaline, which make you feel good, alert and focused. Anti-oxidants also in Optineuro have neuroprotective effects, which protect the brain from deterioration, and vitamins can potentially rewire the brain to good health by increasing blood flow.
Check out the super effective ingredients
Guarana Extract is a herb found in the Amazon, Guarana has long been famed for it’s positive cognitive effects. Rich in caffeine, Guarana has been found to increase alertness, concentration, memory retention and physical endurance1. Optineuro contains effective and safe amounts.
L-Theanine is an amino acid which is able to cross the blood-brain barrier. Theanine has psychoactive properties2. Theanine has undergone studies for it’s ability to reduce mental and physical stress3, improve cognition4 and boost mood in a synergistic manner with caffeine5,6. Theanine increases brain dopamine levels and exhibits neuroprotective effects. It also promotes alpha wave activity in the brain7
Choline Bitatrate is a water soluble essential nutrient (nootropic) and is vital in signalling roles in cell membranes and neurotransmission. Choline is required to produce the neurotransmitter acetylcholine which mediates memory, intelligence and mood. Vegetarians, vegans and endurance athletes may lack sufficient choline in the diet dependent on the individuals’ diet.
Works in amazing synergy with Korean Ginseng to posses significant anti-stress properties 8. The pair also increase cognitive abilities and improve mood 9. The combination has been proven to significantly improve memory quality both working (short-term) and long-term memory 10. Increased speed of cognitive abilities has also been recorded in serial arithmetic tasks. A formidable pairing.
Korean Ginseng (aka Panax, Asian, Oriental or Red Ginseng)
Works in amazing synergy with Gingko Biloba to posses significant anti-stress properties 8. The pair also increase cognitive abilities and improve mood 9. The combination has been proven to significantly improve memory quality both working (short-term) and long-term memory 10. Increased speed of cognitive abilities has also been recorded in serial arithmetic tasks. 11 A formidable pairing.
Bacopa Extract is a herb that has been revered for centuries in Ayurvedic herbal tradition of India. It has been reported to improve cognitive function and increase learning ability in humans12. It has also been reported to be effective in reducing anxiety allowing for improved brain functioning in terms of memory enhancement and elevated mental performance.
Trimethylglycine (TMG) is an organic compound which is a methyl donor in the body that helps in the production of brain chemicals which help to improve mood, energy, wellbeing, alertness and concentration.
Acetyl-L-Tyrosine is an amino acid precursor to neurotransmitters. It has been reported to elevate mood, increase cognitive ability and physical performance in humans under stressful situations13,14,15.
Phosphatidylcholine is a phospholipid needed to repair damaged cells, for normal brain function and the transport of fat from fat cells so they can be burned for energy.
Phosphatidlyserine is another phospholipid component required for normal brain function. It has been shown to improve well-being and prevent muscle soreness in athletes16. Enhance mood during stressful conditions17
Coenzyme Q10 is a vitamin-like substance, which is vital to health, and may exert neuroprotective effects by reducing free radicals in the brain and enhances alertness and metabolic energy levels of brain cells20CoQ10 levels decrease with age and aged humans have only 50% CoQ10 compared to young adults, and supplementation preserves levels. It has also been found to improve athletic performance21,22 and may be used in weight loss due to speed metabolism23.
Niacin (Vitamin B3)
Niacin (Vitamin B3) is water-soluble which means your body cannot store it and must continually replenish supply. It is essential for normal brain function and has “brain rewiring” potential by improving blood vessels and blood flow in the brain.
Piperine is an extract from black pepper has been shown to improve absorption of many nutrients including Coenzyme Q1024.
B5 is a vitamin essential for energy production.
B12 required for normal functioning of the brain and nervous system.
|% RDA **|
|providing active guarana||300mg|
Gingko Biloba 50:1
|75mg (Providing 3750mg active)|
Bacopa Extract 1:7
Korean Ginseng 10:1
|100mg (Providing 1000mg active)|
(30% providing 40mg active)
(20% providing 40mg active)
Niacin (Vitamin B3)
Black Pepper Extract (Piperine)
**EC – Recommended Daily Allowance
Nutrients included in Optineuro are Guarana Extract (300mg), Caffeine (110mg), L-Theanine (150mg), Choline Bitatrate (102.5mg), Korean Ginseng 10:1 (100mg providing 1000mg active), Bacopa Extract (90mg), Trimethylglycine (TMG)(60mg), Gingko Biloba 50:1 (75mg providing 3750mg active), Acetyl-L-Tyrosine (50mg), Phosphatidylcholine (40mg), Phosphatidylserine (40mg), Coenzyme Q10 (30mg), Niacin (15mg), Piperine (6mg), Vit. B5 (6mg), Vit. B12 (500 mcg). A massive 5760mg per serving. Full ingredients: Anti-Caking Agents: [Microcrystalline Cellulose, Di-Calcium Phosphate], Guarana Preparation: [Guarana Extract, Colour: Caramel, Caffeine, Maltodextrin], Choline Bitartrate [DL], Phosphatidylserine, L-Theanine, Phosphatidylcholine, Korean Ginseng 10:1, Bacopa Extract, Trimethylglycine, Gingko Biloba 50:1, Acetyl-L-Tyrosine, Anti-Caking Agent: Magnesium Stearate, Co-Enzyme Q10, Nicotinamide (Vitamin B3), Maltodextrin, Calcium D-Pantothenate (Vitamin B5), Black Pepper Extract (Piperine), Anti-Caking Agent: Silicon Dioxide, Methylcobalamin (Vitamin B12).
My son has pretty bad ADHD and prescription drugs are too strong and make him worse rather than help. I have researched nutrients that can help extensively and there are plenty in Optineuro. He’s been doing much better since he’s been taking the supplement.
I take Optineuro to help with my gym workouts. I’m usually tired after to work, so take 2 of these about 4pm. By 6pm in the gym I feel great when I used to feel sluggish. Part of my daily routine now.
Optineuro is great for my studies, especially when I don’t get much sleep. I take two of these after breakfast and within 20-30 minutes I’m totally focused on my work. Feels great. Definitely recommend Optineuro.
I’m a Lawyer in the city of London and pretty much on the go all the time. Optineuro is really great for keeping me alert and on my toes. Been taking it for 2 weeks now and really notice the difference.
A friend told me about Optineuro so I checked it out. It seemed pretty good from the formula, as I’ve tried a lot of these type of supplements over the years, some work, some don’t. Optineuro definitely works! I take two in the morning and it’s usually enough to keep me focused for 5-6 hours. On really stressful days I may have an extra one in the afternoon too.
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Who is Optineuro suitable for?
Optineuro is suitable for anyone over the age of 18 who have either demanding busy lives, poor concentration, low energy levels or ineffective memory due to suboptimal nutrient intake of relative nutrients associated with brain health. See the ‘about’ section for information on some of these nutrients. It is not suitable for children, pregnant women or people sensitive to caffeine.
What is in Optineuro?
Please refer to ‘About’ section on this site.
Is Optineuro natural?
Yes. Optineuro has 100% natural ingredients including vitamins, herbal extracts, nootropics (smart drugs), enzymes and amino acids.
How many pills/servings per bottle?
There are 90 pills in one bottle and 30 servings.
How many pills should I take?
Take three pills per day with or after food. Do not take more unless directed by a physician.
Will I be more focused?
Yes. Optineuro contains stimulating nutrients that enhance alertness & concentration.
How long does it last?
It will help your brain health all through the day, and the stimulating alertness and concentration usually lasts up to 6 hours, depending on the individual.
Can I take it at bedtime?
Due to the stimulating quality of Optineuro we do not recommend taking it at night time.
Is it legal?
Yes. Optineuro is produced to high GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) standards which ensures a high quality product. Each ingredient and amount is allowed by EU law.
Is it safe?
Yes. Optineuro has been produced with fully qualified nutritional therapists within strict EU guidelines.
What is the shelf-life of Optineuro?
Optineuro can be stored anywhere upto 24 months, please check ‘Best Before End’ date on bottom of bottle.
Can I interrupt taking Optineuro?
Yes. It is a food supplement, not a medicine. You can take Optineuro on whatever days you feel you need too. For optimum effect you can take two tablets every day.
Can I take it with caffeine?
The caffeine (gaurana) amount in Optineuro is the safe EU guideline for your daily caffeine amount. We do not recommend taking additional caffeine.
Will I get the caffeine ‘jitters/shakes’?
Optineuro has been designed so you get all the focus from caffeine, and all the calm and ‘feel good factor’ of L-Theanine and Tyrosine. A synergistic blend to make you feel good. It is unlikely you will get caffeine jitters, but is possible depending on the sensitivity of the individual.
Can I take it with medication?
Do not take Optineuro if you are on medication. Unless cleared by a physician.
Is it suitable for vegetarians?
Is it suitable for vegans?
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