AZOTH 2.0 Review – Can It Beat Competitors? [My Experience]
AZOTH 2.0 is an optimized nootropic stack that recently hit the market. The previous version, AZOTH 1.0, has established a decent base for further development. But is this optimized stack worth the price? And is it better than the previous version? Check out my AZOTH nootropic review.
It’s one of the best-dosed nootropic stacks on the market
It has a very advanced formula
Azoth 2.0 is much better compared to the previous version
It’s on the expensive side
It might be overdosed
AZOTH 2.0 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 real stimulant, but it works similarly.
It’s a bold move to promote drastic mood improvement and enhanced energy without caffeine in the stack.
So, does AZOTH 2.0 work? And is it better than AZOTH 1.0?
Phosphatidylserine 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® 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 form more connections rapidly. and increases the speed at which the mind 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.
L-Tyrosine increases brain neurotransmitter concentrations and suppress 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 deep sleep or nutrient deprivation.
As a powerful anti-oxidant, Ashwagandha promotes immune protection and is used to reduce performance anxiety before major life events significantly.
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 your body is absorbing the ingredients you are ingesting.
WHAT I LIKE IN THE FORMULA
AZOTH 2.0 is one of the best-dosed nootropic supplements on the market.
While the majority of competitors sell under-dosed products, AZOTH seems to play in a different league.
Most ingredients are well-dosed, the formula contains some outstanding extracts such as Bacopa Monnieri, Ashwagandha, and Alpha GPC.
It provides a nice mix of several nootropics, and it does deliver on its promises.
So, thumbs up!
WHAT I WOULD LIKE TO SEE IMPROVED
If I compare AZOTH to my favorite nootropic stack Mind Lab Pro, I still notice some disadvantages in the formula.
First I’d like to say that AZOTH 2.0 has been improved from the previous version, which I like!
In general, the formula is very good, no doubt about that. However:
1. I still miss caffeine + L-Theanine. While Teacrine seems to work well, I usually feel better with this combo.
2. You need to take four capsules per day for the optimal dosage. This is slightly inconvenient.
3. By taking four capsules, the product becomes very expensive. If you take the recommended four capsules/day, the formula becomes very expensive (similar to Qualia Mind). But keep in mind that Qualia contains 28 ingredients.
Apart from that, there is nothing to complain about.
AZOTH 2.0 Suggested Use
The recommended daily dosage is 2-4 capsules per day. I recommend starting with two tablets, but you should consider taking four tablets for the optimal effects.
It’s also recommended taking the capsules in the morning with healthy fats.
That’s how you should avoid any adverse side effects.
Speaking of which…
AZOTH 2.0 Side Effects
During my test period, I didn’t experience any side effects (except for a little sickness one day, which I don’t believe was related to AZOTH).
If you take two capsules per day, you are well within the recommended dosage.
By taking four capsules, you are somehow on the limit.
If you do feel issues, decrease your daily dosage, and consult your doctor.
Can You Build Up A Tolerance To AZOTH?
No, based on my research, I don’t believe you can build up a tolerance.
However, I still recommend cycling nootropics (five days on, two days off).
That’s how you’ll achieve the best performance, while you’ll stay on the safe side.
AZOTH 2.0 Reviews
You want to check what others say about 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.
Greg Gostincar is the founder of Your Inception. He has been researching, testing and experimenting with nootropics since 2015. Greg is one of the most recognized researchers in the field of nootropics.