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Posted January 10, 2015
 
 

Best Brain Supplements 2016 for Focus

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his year, Limidax XR, BrainStack 2.0, and Braino ranked in our top 3 brain supplements! The popularity of brain supplements is rising quickly, as the beneficial short-term and long-term effects are recognized by researchers and users. Fueling the rise are also groups of people who are wisely avoiding experimentation with off-label prescription stimulant drug use, and are looking for healthier and more natural alternatives that offer similar benefits. Below is a quick reference and in-depth review links to the best focus and memory pills of 2016 (year-end 2015, Q1 2016):

 

Top 3 2015 Reviews
Product Name
Rating
Company Policies
Price
Price/Serving
Lasts all Day (12 hrs)
Featured Effects


#1
Limidax XR
5/5
5/5
$40
$1.33
Yes
Focus, Memory, Processing Speed, Brain Health
#2
BrainStack 2.0
4/5
4/5
$65
$2.17
No
Focus, Brain Health


#3
Braino
3.5/5
4/5
$85
$2.83
No
Memory, Brain Health





 

With that, we now turn to the detailed reviews about each of the three products. Our reviewers are extremely familiar with the brain supplement market, and all provide input to the final reviews. Our final reviews also include meta-data collected from users, in different stages of life, across the web. The following is a culmination of a months of research and trial that we hope helps you make the best choice for your situation.

1. Limidax XR

Limidax XR takes the crown as the #1 best brain booster pill for 2016 (continuing #1 position from 2015). In comparison to all the focus pills, study pills, memory pills, and brain boosting supplements that are being sold in the marketplace today: Limidax is the healthiest, most effective, and most trust-worthy name. From the user reviews gathered by Google Syndicated Reviews, it is also the holder of the best overall ratings in the brain supplement market. The company takes a scientific look at improving the brain function, and doesn't use over-the-top marketing anywhere. Limidax is a product that provides both short-term and long-term benefits to consumers. The product's effectiveness increases with time. But consumers will be able to feel positive effects with 30 minutes of their first capsule. What really stood out to us, and puts Limidax ahead of the competition, is their straight-forward and honest company policies. There is no competitor in its class that offers an easy way to try out its brain pills product for less than $20, without attaching hidden costs or dangerous auto-ship programs. If you've been searching for a brain pill that really works, we'd recommend trying out this product.

We encourage you to see and read our Full Limidax Review, which conducts a full-breakdown and segment-to-segment ratings on the Limidax product.

2. BrainStack 2.0

BrainStack 2.0 takes second place in our 2016 brain supplements ranking. The company takes a scientific look at improving the brain function, and doesn't use a lot of over-the-top marketing. We like how BrainStack has been continuously updating and revising their product in response to customer feedback. BrainStack is a product that could provide some users with short-term and long-term benefits. Another aspect that holds back the supplement though, is that users need to cycle off for a few days each week in order to build back up tolerance. Furthermore, their product is currently rather expensive, especially since the number of pills a user needs to take can vary between 2 and 4. Each bottle lasts 2 weeks. As such, a user can expect to pay at least $60 for a month supply (and that's if the user pays in advance for 3 months). We would recommend trying out this product. As the refund policy written on the website is good. We have no doubt that BrainStack will continue to improve with time. However, we do feel the need to point out that the owner and creator of the product does seem to have become a little neglectful about keeping the website up-to-date. For example, at the time this review was written and posted, the company's BBB listing has expired and no longer exists. Yet, the MavenLabs website has the BBB logo and link up (which leads to the prior stated message from the BBB).

We encourage you to see and read our Full BrainStack Review, which conducts a full-breakdown and segment-to-segment ratings on the BrainStack product.

3. Braino

Braino takes third place in our 2016 brain supplements ranking. The company takes a scientific look at improving the brain function, and doesn't use over-the-top marketing. We like how Braino discloses all the ingredients and exact amounts to users. Furthermore, we believe users may experience short-term and long-term benefits. Although, we believe the blend is definitely geared more-so for just the long-term brain health gains. Another aspect that holds back the supplement though, is that users need to take a large amount of capsules daily for benefits (4 capsules a day). Furthermore, their product is currently rather expensive. As this product will cost $85 ($78 + $7 S/H) a month. We would only recommend trying out this product if you have the money to spare a compare/contrast on your own. Although Braino has a lot to offer, you would be better off with one of the higher rated products.

We encourage you to see and read our Full Braino Review, which conducts a full-breakdown and segment-to-segment ratings on the Braino product.

Other Brain Supplements

There are many brain supplements that are out on the market. Many did not make the top 3 list. You can read more about them below and in their individual review pages.

Final Words

We hope that this ranking is helpful in your search for the best brain supplement. We do not take our job as reviewers lightly, and will continue to supply up-to-date rankings on this site. Thank you for your readership!

Read More Details About This Article

Naturally improving your memory, brain power, and overall well-being is a very worthwhile goal, but will take time to accomplish. In addition to eating the foods mentioned in this article, check out the vital vitamin classes needed to further assist in maintaining or improving brain function. We hope this article helps you reach your intended goals.

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