Ingredients of Geniux

As it was already mentioned, the manufacturer does not disclose a full ingredient list of Geniux, so I can assume that the product may contain a wrong blend of components which can be unsafe or harmful for some users. Besides, there is no information that the used ingredients were studied in certain research. The manufacturer only claims that Geniux is a natural nootropic containing the following ingredients: Tyrosine, Bacopa Monnieri, Huperzine A, GABA, Alpha GPC and Vinpocetine. This is certainly not a complete list of compounds. The manufacturer does not state specific amounts of every ingredient. I hope that you can receive this information by calling their customer service but I am not sure.

So, I have thoroughly studied the main ingredients in the product and this is what I have learnt. I can say that it is more than just nootropic stacks. I would prefer to see the amount of each ingredient from the list, but, unfortunately, this has become a norm in the industry of such products. A lot of contemporary nootropic companies do not list the names and amounts of their products' ingredients, neither offer they clinical trial results. Geniux does not have any research studies.

Tyrosine is an amino acid, which is the building block of protein. It is produced by the body from another amino acid called phenylalanine. You can consume Tyrosine with meats, dairy products, fish, nuts, oats, eggs, beans, and wheat. There is no scientific proof that tyrosine is effective for the treatment of attention deficit disorder (ADD), depression, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and the inability to stay awake (narcolepsy). The compound requires more studies for its use to fight stress, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), loss of interest in sex, alcohol and cocaine withdrawal, and schizophrenia.

GABA is another component in Geniux which is a chemical that is released by the human brain. It can be also taken by mouth for improving mood, relieving anxiety, and treating attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and reducing symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). GABA's ability to increase the general sense of well-being has not been backed by any scientific study but there is a supposition that GABA can block brain signals (neurotransmissions).

Alpha-GPC is a chemical produced in the process of breaking down of a fatty acid in plants. It is used in Europe as a prescription medication for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. In the USA, alpha-GPC can be found in dietary supplements only. The latter are usually designed for the treatment of dementia, improving thinking skills, memory, and learning. Alpha-GPC works by increasing the levels of a chemical called acetylcholine in the human brain, however, it is not 100% proven that this brain chemical is beneficial for learning abilities and memory.

Bacopa Monnieri or Brahmi is a plant that has been used in traditional Indian medicine for improving memory, treatment of Alzheimer&'s disease, anxiety, allergic conditions, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), irritable bowel syndrome, etc. So, it is the only component in Geniux that can be considered effective in terms of enhancing functioning of the human brain. Brahmi might work by increasing the amount of certain brain chemicals that take part in the processes of learning, thinking, and memory.

Where To Buy Geniux?

The product isn't available on Amazon, Walmart or GNC. The Geniux pills are available on the official website only. The product is available in three price brackets:

  • 1 Bottle - $47
  • 3 Bottles - $87
  • 5 Bottles - $95


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