Ascend Focus is a nootropic supplement that is stimulant and caffeine free.
It doesn’t contain any nootropics that would interfere with how the liver processes medication (at least that’s what the founders say).
This means the Ascend Focus should be safe to take with most prescription medication.
This nootropic stack was designed to support:
- mental clarity
- long term brain health
But does it work? And does it has such a unique formula?
Ascend Focus Review: Does it work?
Ascend Focus was apparently developed for people who take other medications so that it wouldn’t interfere with them, but it would still provide nootropic benefits.
While this all sounds great, I’ve seen many very, very similar nootropic stacks on the market.
Their argument might be correct, but this means that Ascend Focus is not the only supplement like that – there are many.
Anyhow, I’ve decided to test it out and see if it is any good.
Here is what I discovered.
Ascend Focus Review
First of all, the supplement contains 60 capsules, and the recommended daily dosage is 1-2 capsules/day.
After I checked the ingredients, I’ve decided to take two capsules every day. That’s the only way to get an adequate amount of most ingredients.
Compared to most other stacks, I didn’t feel any effects during my test.
My focus didn’t change, my mood didn’t improve, and I wasn’t calmer.
It’s tough to say if I felt anything.
The reason for that is in the fact that this stack contains no adaptogen herbs, no L-theanine, no caffeine, or other nootropic stimulants.
So I expected such results.
Apart from that, I didn’t feel any side effects during my test. So I was satisfied with that.
Now, before you make any conclusions, keep in mind that there is a reason why this stack does not contain the adaptogen herbs (so they wouldn’t interact with other medications).
Not feeling any effects doesn’t mean that this nootropic supplement doesn’t work.
Actually, in the mid-to-long-term, you can expect a few remarkable benefits such as improved memory and cognitive performance (due to a decent amount of a few effective nootropics).
Just don’t expect a short-term boost because you won’t get it.