OptiMind was originally designed with 12 ingredients to enhance your focus & energy and to improve your mental performance.
Their formula combines nootropics and important vitamins, which make the stack very effective with positive long-term effects on your performance.
All you have to do to achieve strong performance is to take 2 capsules of OptiMind per day and you are ready to rock the world. It takes an hour to kick in, even though you might feel the effects earlier. Don’t expect a strong kick (compared to drinking Bulletproof Coffee the immediate energy boost of OptiMind is smaller), but you’ll definitely feel the effects and soon after, your cognitive performance should improve.
OptiMind is more than a normal energy booster – it’s a stack of quality nootropics. So you should understand that it takes some time to get the most out of it. Compared to most nootropic stacks I tested and compared, OptiMind is one of the strongest and the most effective stacks. And it’s one of those that contain caffeine for an immediate energy boost.
It’s quite obvious that the company behind OptiMind invested a lot of research to create a powerful nootropic stack (more about ingredients follows below).
But does OptiMind deliver on its promises? Does it enhance your focus & energy? Does OptiMind improve your mental performance? Should you take it?
1. I’ve been testing OptiMind for about a month. Does it work?
When I recently received OptiMind, I immediately stopped taking other nootropics and supplements. I gave my body a week to get to a “normal” level and clean itself of other supplements. After a week of waiting, I started testing OptiMind.
Compared to my (so far) favourite stack Mind Lab Pro (read my review about Mind Lab Pro) it’s quite amazing how you immediately feel the increased focus and energy level after you take 2-capsules of OptiMind. I’m not sure why exactly such a difference in the short-term effect, but I’d bet it’s the caffeine that contributes to the early kick.
Usually, when you take nootropics, you don’t really feel anything (if you have not overdosed or if you don’t try a super-powerful stack or a smart drug). It takes weeks or even up to months to notice the effects of taking nootropics. Some people never really notice anything, so they stop taking them.
But with OptiMind was different – and I really liked it!
Here is what happened:
Week 1: Since I knew OptiMind contains some powerful nootropics and caffeine, I expected a serious energy kick from the very beginning. While the effects weren’t as strong as I expected, I was still very excited how quickly OptiMind worked, how I could actually feel the (positive) effects, how my focus improved and how my mood improved. I promised myself to avoid drinking any additional coffee during the test period. And quite frankly, I didn’t really need it. OptiMind delivered the boost I needed.
Week 2: Nothing really changed – every time I took 2 capsules of OptiMind, I felt the kick, my focus improved and I felt really good for several hours. OptiMind was designed to boost your performance, so what else could I expect?
Week 3-4: After 3 to 4 weeks of testing OptiMind, I already became a big fan of it. OptiMind jumped into my morning ritual (I usually took the capsules with my breakfast) and there was nothing to complain about. Since the OptiMind formula wasn’t designed to improve memory, I still wanted to combine it with Ginkgo Biloba, but I decided to wait.
I often mention that I have a systematic way to test, review and compare nootropics. One important step in the process is playing the dual-n-back game. As you could expect, I had a lot of fun playing the challenging game after I took OptiMind. My mood drastically improved while testing OptiMind (caffeine very positively influences my mood), so I had no issues playing the game for 20-30 minutes or even longer. Results were similar as usual, but I felt so damn’ good!
Based on the results of my test, based on the hundreds of reviews I read and based on my personal experience, I can surely say that OptiMind improved my cognitive performance, focus, and energy level. In addition, OptiMind made me feel very good and it definitely improved my mood. I cannot say it had any influence on my memory, so I’d recommend combining it with Ginkgo Biloba or other nootropics if you want to improve your memory as well.
Rationally, I cannot say if OptiMind worked better or worse compared to Mind Lab Pro or any other stack that I recommend. What I can definitely confirm is that it works differently and it was made for increasing your focus and energy.
OptiMind is a cognitive enhancer that definitely works! If you want to improve your focus and energy, go ahead! You can order OptiMind here!