Nootropic Supplement

NCell is a new nootropic supplement which can be bought exclusively online. This drug promises to boost functioning of your brain, increase short-term and long-term memory, as well as to improve energy levels. One package of the product costs about $50 USD and contains 30 capsules. The manufacturer has advertised this supplement to those who are over 30 years of age when most people start to suffer from the poor cognitive performance. NCell is made by the company called NCell. It has an official contact page on which the company lists its address. They are based in Florida, USA. The company can be contacted by phone or by email.

The given address has been used for a wide variety of products and supplements available online, for instance, New Life Brands. Thus, it can be logically assumed that NCell is made by New Life Brands, the company that also produces other supplements like Cellessence anti-aging skin cream, Pure Garcinia Cambogia Premium diet pills, and strange testosterone boosting supplements. The official website is not creative and looks like many other websites for online products. There is even no image of the product.

The first thing we need to do in order to understand whether this supplement really works is to look at its main ingredients. I was surprised when I saw that the NCell website provides an ingredient list, even though incomplete. The formula uses a number of ingredients which can be often seen in other brain-enhancement pills. For example, Vitamin B3 (Niacin) which is said to improve the blood flow in the human body, including the brain. Vitamin B6 promises to give you a lot of energy, even though this fact is not approved scientifically.

The bad thing about Ncell is that it contains Caffeine which has powerful stimulant properties which can be harmful for some users. Caffeine really helps the user to stay alert and focused but it should be avoided by people with cardiovascular issues. GABA is responsible mainly for removing fear and anxiety which occur when the brain is overstimulated, however, this compound is poorly studied, thus, it is not considered to be effective. Alpha GPC is a form of choline. It repairs cell membranes and supports their health which is important for people with an age related decline. As a matter of fact, this ingredient works only when used in high dosages, but the dosage of Alpha GPC in Ncell is unknown.

Bacopa Monnieri is a compound used in many formulations and believed to reduce anxiety and improve memory, however, this claim isn’t scientifically approved. L-Theanine is also said to reduce anxiety. L-Tyrosine boosts mental alertness. Phosphatidylserine, according to the manufacturer, fights Alzheimer's Disease. Huperzine A is said to combat age-related decline and improve memory. Vinpocetine claims to improve blood flow in the brain, providing it with the necessary oxygen and nutrients for better cognitive function.

It is quite a long list of active ingredients in one product. Some of those components can be potentially helpful, but there are some concerns about this ingredient list. It is not listed how much of each ingredient is contained in the supplement. It is also difficult to judge whether the product can cause any side effects. Just take caffeine, for instance. Besides, some of the ingredients are hidden within a "proprietary blend". Most of the components can be found in modern energy drinks. When taken in proper dosages, these ingredients can lead cognitive gains but the NCell manufacturer doesn't list the amounts of these compounds. It makes it difficult to assess its effects.

The manufacturer decided to keep silence in terms of possible side effects and adverse reactions in association with NCell. The manufacturer gives a fake claim that all ingredients are 100% natural. It is really so in case with Bacopa Monnieri and L-Theanine which are derived from natural sources. But many other ingredients are 100% synthetic and created in labs. Vinpocetine, GABA, Alpha GPC, and Huperzine A are 100% chemical compounds. Why does the manufacturer of NCell try to deceive their customers?

Another problem that may occur with using NCell is sensitivity to caffeine. In fact, people sensitive to this compound might suffer from very dangerous side effects. Even though the amount of caffeine isn't listed, it could be very harmful for some people. 25 mg of caffeine will not help you stay alert but this amount could lead to feeling certain discomfort. Some people may feel wired, jittery, and can even lose their senses. Here are some users' reviews about the use of NCell.

"I have been taking Ncell but I haven't noticed any significant change in the functioning of my brain. I still forget what I was looking for when I come into another room and cannot remember people's names."

"I started to take Ncell in order to increase my energy levels but I still feel the same. I cannot recommend this product to anyone. It simply doesn't work. Waste of money!"

"After I took my first pill of Ncell I felt dizzy and even had to sit down. I don't think that this product will be suitable for me. I will never take the second dosage!"

NCell can be bought only online. That website offers three different package options. You can buy one bottle for $53.98. Three bottles can be bought for $104.97, while five bottles cost $144.95.

I don't think that NCell is a good solution for your brain as it has a number of disadvantages. The manufacturer doesn't disclose the complete ingredient list as well as the amounts of each component. This increases the risk of ineffectiveness and side effects significantly. The official website does not contain any NCell reviews from customers who have used it and want to share their experience. The manufacturer tries to deceive that the product is 100% natural but it is not true. They don't offer an effective money back guarantee. Some customers complain about experiencing negative side effects. NCell appears to be another caffeine pill that poses itself as a powerful nootropic supplement. Taking into account all pros and cons of the product I cannot recommend it to usage.

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