AZOTH Review – Can It Beat Competitors? [My Experience] 5/5 (6)

AZOTH is a new player in this fast-growing industry of nootropics, energy-boosters, smart drugs and other supplements that can boost your cognitive performance. After my recent 4-week test period, I’ve written an in-depth review of AZOTH. Do you think it can beat competitors? Read further… 

Should you order AZOTH?

It contains several great nootropics and it’s very-well dosed 

It has a very straightforward formula that’ll boost your cognitive performance

It has great potential to become one of the market leaders in the nootropic market

It contains no nootropics that would improve our long-term memory

A lack of several nootropics is definitely visible

There is nothing in the formula that would support brain growth



AZOTH is a nootropic supplement that contains patented ingredients designed to increase memory, motivation, focus, and confidence without a crash. Instead of caffeine, AZOTH contains Theacrine (TeaCrine), which is not a true stimulant, but it works in a similar way.

It’s a bold move to promote drastic mood improvement and enhanced energy without caffeine in the stack.

So, does AZOTH work? Even without caffeine?

1. I’ve been testing AZÖTH for about 3-4 weeks. Does it get “shit done?”

As I mentioned in probably every blog post I’ve written so far, testing nootropics is a very subjective process, which I tried to make as objective as possible (I include playing several advanced brain games while testing nootropic stacks & compare results). So, AZOTH is not an exception here.

However, I was struggling at the beginning of the test period, because I wasn’t really sure how can I really test “mood improvement” and “enhanced cognition of energy” when the placebo effect can happen.

Anyhow, I’ve decided to simply try it out and observe my behavior for the next 4 weeks. Here is what happened.

Week 1: First, I stopped taking other nootropics and also Vitamins (B, C) and Omega-3. Then I waited for a day or two and then I took first 3 capsules of AZOTH.

Despite the great design of the package, I didn’t feel anything special in the first week. I cannot say that my mood dramatically improved nor can I say that I had tons of energy. Apart from that, my focus was quite normal, but on the other hand I quite motivated.

We could say that I expected more from the first week, but since we’re talking about nootropics, I already learned that it takes a bit longer to really feel the effects.

Week 2-4: Weeks 2-4 were quite interesting. I got used to taking 3 pills of AZOTH in the morning (after my breakfast) and I can admit that my focus was definitely on a different level than during the first week.

AZOTH is not one of those nootropic stacks where you get a real energy-kick after you take it (at least I didn’t feel it), but here is the trick:

You don’t necessarily need or want a strong energy-kick. Why? Because once you get a strong kick, next time you want it to be stronger. And stronger…. And when you don’t get it, you cannot work or think. You get obsessed with the kick and that usually slows you down.

What you really want is an effective nootropic that’ll do what it should do in the first place: Improve your overall cognitive performance

And that’s what AZOTH definitely does. It is a very strong nootropic stack (not overdosed, but on the edge) that I’d recommend to all of those people who want to improve their focus, speed, and motivation.

I couldn’t feel a dramatic mood improvement just by taking the supplement, but in a combination with drinking coffee, I was at my peak performance.

In addition, I had no headache or crashes like I usually have if I drink too much coffee. I took the capsules in the morning and I had a great sleep at night. No issues whatsoever!

I think I reached my peak after about 3 weeks and I stayed on this level until the end of the test period. I wanted to continue taking AZOTH, but some of my friends wanted to try it out, so, well…you understand.

Overall, I’d definitely recommend AZOTH. I think it is a well-designed and developed nootropic stack with a lot of potential. It does not contain a lot of additional vitamin & minerals (and that’s great if you take them separately) and it’s used by people who are peak-performers, never quitters, go-getters, and multi-taskers.

The main disadvantage I see is there is a lack of ingredients that could improve our long-term memory. Also, I would change certain ingredients in the formula, but you can read this later below.

AZOTH is not a magical pill that’ll blow up your mind and you’ll be able to start 5 business in a day. However, it is a good try to give you this additional edge when you need it. 

Btw, it’s been a couple of days since I gave the package to my friends and they still didn’t return it. Damn’.

2. Is it safe & recommended taking AZOTH? 

 To be able to say this, let’s look at where AZOTH is produced and what does it actually contain.

First of all, AZOTH products are formulated, manufactured and shipped from cGMP Certified, FDA-Registered production in Norcross, Georgia. They use 100% vegetarian capsules and since they use high-quality ingredients, the shelf-life of AZOTH is 2 years.

So, that’s a good start.

AZOTH review

AZOTH review

Here is the list of all ingredients in AZOTH:

  • TeaCrine® (100 MG)
  • ALPHA-GPC (300 MG)
  • HUPERZINE A (1%) (10 MCG)
  • L-TYROSINE (500 MG)
  • Bioperine™ (10 MG)


Phosphatidylserine, or PS, is a compound similar to a dietary fat which is highly prevalent in human neural tissue. It can be synthesized as well as consumed through the diet, but further benefits can be gained through supplementation.

It is vital for cognitive function, but is not necessarily needed as the body synthesizes it. However, Phosphatidylserine (PS) supplementation in older individuals seems to improve memory and cognitive capacity.


Sulbutiamine is a highly bioavailable form of Vitamin B1 that facilitates the stimulation of the neurotransmitters glutamate and dopamine and increases communication between neurons in the brain. Sulbutiamine can drastically increase motivation, cognitive function, and attention levels.

TeaCrine® (100 MG)

TeaCrine® is a patent-pending compound containing pure teacrine which has molecular similarities to caffeine. However, unlike caffeine, TeaCrine® provides energy boosting effects without the jitters, the crash and the habituation that often accompany caffeine consumption.

I’ve read about TeaCrine before – I think we still lack some research, but there seems to be a high potential in TeaCrine.


ALPHA-GPC is a water-soluble chemical that improves signal transmission within the brain and directly increases the synthesis and secretion of acetylcholine. Raising the levels of acetylcholine causes the brain to rapidly form more connections and increases the speed at which the brain can process new and existing information.  

Several nootropics include Alpha-GPC and there is a lot of research proving the effects of it. I’m happy AZOTH includes it in the formula in a relatively high-dose.


Huperzine A incites neurons to make new connections at an extremely rapid rate, thus accelerating learning speed and capacity to superhuman levels.


L-TYROSINE increases brain neurotransmitter concentrations and suppresses rises in cortisol and norepinephrine depletion. This has the effect of severely reducing stress during times of high-pressure, increasing reaction time, and augmenting awareness and cognition during periods of intense sleep or nutrient deprivation.


Hordenine creates a hormonally balanced neurological environment with excellent alertness, very fast response time to stimulus, and the mental acuity to focus upon work for long stretches of time without drifting into a fog.

Ashwagandha Root (500 MG)

As a powerful anti-oxidant, Ashwagandha promotes immune protection and is used to significantly reduce performance anxiety before major life events.  

Besides, Ashwagandha can improve physical performance as well as reduce LDL cholesterol.

Bioperine™ (10 MG)

Bioperine is the only product sourced out of piperine to obtain a patented status for its ability to increase the bioavailability of nutritional compounds. Taking Bioperine increases the likelihood that the ingredients you are ingesting are actually being absorbed by your body.



There are several great ingredients in this formula and what I really like is that they are not underdosed as it usually happens with nootropic stacks.

Also, the formula contains a lot of Alpha-GPC and Phosphatidylserine (PS).

Alpha-GPC is used to increase acetylcholine availability which actually means brains have a better capability to digest and comprehend information. Saying it differently, Alpha-GPC is more or less a must if you want to dramatically improve your memory.

PS, on the other hand, is a great cognitive enhancer. You can see it in this study ( that only 2 weeks of taking PS and your calculation speed will improve.


If I compare AZOTH to my favorite nootropic stack Mind Lab Pro, I notice some disadvantages in the formula.

For example, I heard a lot about Hordenine and the potential side-effects of taking it.

Also, I miss ingredients that would improve long-term memory function such as Bacopa monnieri.

I’d also consider changing Ashwagandha with Rhodiola rosea, but since I’m not a doctor or a biologist, let’s leave this to the experts.

In general, the stack has a medium-to-high dose of each ingredient, which could cause some side-effects in some people. Therefore, cycling it (3 weeks on, 1 week off) is definitely useful.

3. How much & when should you take AZOTH?

As with the majority of other nootropic stacks, I would recommend taking AZOTH in the morning after eating breakfast. The recommended dose is 3 capsules and I would stick to that.

Due to the high amounts of several ingredients in the stack, I would definitely avoid overdosing with AZOTH.

Some competitors use much lower doses of ingredients, but AZOTH decided to go all in!

AZOTH review

AZOTH review

4. Can your body build up a tolerance to AZOTH?

Based on the ingredients that you can find in the formula, I couldn’t find any real evidence on building up a tolerance.

BUT to avoid any potential harm (due to the Huperzine A for example), cycling the stack is definitely recommended and a good idea.

So, if you decided to try AZOTH, keep on taking it for 3 weeks, stop for 1 week and continue in the same way.

5. What do others say about AZOTH? 

Since I included the opinions of others in my recent blog post, several people thanked me for that. It’s not my opinion vs others, but the second opinion is always good. Right?

Well, AZOTH is a new product on the market, so there is definitely a lack of reviews and feedback available. As I can see, I was probably one of the first bloggers that received the package of AZOTH to test it out.

However, I checked out some articles that were written on AZOTH and I also found some certified reviews on Amazon. As you’ll see, people tend to love AZOTH:

Yahoo Finance – AZOTH 2.0 is for anyone and everyone seeking to maximize their time and productivity.

Street Insider – AZOTH is positioning itself as a leader in Nootropic market.

Daily Chronicle – In a marketplace full of pretenders backed not by the quality and dosage of ingredients, but by fancy marketing campaigns, AZOTH 2.0 stands unique.

Honestly, there is not much to add here.

6. Where can you buy AZOTH & how much does it cost?

One bottle of AZOTH (which currently costs 24,99 $) can be bought on Amazon. 

Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me.

7. FAQ 

  • Is it safe taking AZOTH?

Based on my research, yes, it is safe, but talk to your doctor before you decide to take any nootropics.

  • Can you get a free sample? 

No, as far as I can remember, only one or two companies provide free samples. Why is so? Usually, it takes more than a couple of days to really test a nootropic stack. That’s why I actually promote a no-free-sample strategy.

  • Can you buy AZOTH somewhere else besides on their homepage?

Yup, you can find it on

  • Will AZOTH interact with your medications?

That’s impossible to say. Please consult with your doctor if you take any medications.

  • Should you cycle AZOTH?

Absolutely yes. I would recommend 3 weeks on, 1 week off.

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By |2019-06-08T15:56:14+00:00December 29th, 2017|Categories: Nootropic stack, Review|Tags: , , , , |6 Comments


  1. Joris Mathijssen January 2, 2018 at 5:41 am - Reply

    From the Netherlands here – AZOTH 2.0 works as claimed. Steady focus, no crash, and is the perfect addition for anyone looking for a stim-free boost.
    Far superior better than any of the other nootropics out there, and likely the best one out there. On bottle #5.

    • Your Inception January 2, 2018 at 12:07 pm - Reply

      Hi Joris, thanks for your feedback. I’m happy you are satisfied with the results of AZOTH! We love it too! 🙂

  2. Dennis January 9, 2018 at 12:48 am - Reply

    Strong write-up. Def my most favorite nootropic right now – cured my depression and anxiety. Changed my life. Need this in Germany!!!

    • Your Inception January 9, 2018 at 8:25 pm - Reply

      Hi Dennis, thanks for your feedback! I’m happy you are satisfied with Azoth! 🙂

  3. Jean-Pierre February 3, 2018 at 4:32 am - Reply

    Well done! Purchased a few bottles of AZOTH at my local store earlier and saw this review. Really strong study and focus. Got me hooked. Any reason this is not in your top nootropics for 2017?

    • Your Inception February 3, 2018 at 2:40 pm - Reply

      Hi Jean-Pierre. Thanks for your positive feedback! The main reason is that I only received Azoth around December last year, so basically I cannot put it in the top 5 of 2017, since I only finished the test in 2018 🙂 But as it looks like, it’ll definitely be among top 5 in 2018!

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