Hunter Focus – My Experience
My first quick look at Focus brought quite a lot of excitement.
The packaging is notably unique, and it screams HIGH-QUALITY. Well, at least the bottle (the label is nothing special).
Focus contains a whole list of very effective nootropics, and they seem to be moderately dosed.
Also, their shop and landing pages are fabulous.
So, I’ve decided to test Focus by myself and see what happens.
Focus Hunter Experience
I’ve started my test week by taking two capsules of Focus in the morning with my smoothie. It’s recommended to take Focus with food, hence the smoothie.
I quickly figured out that two capsules are not enough to feel any benefits.
So the very next day, I doubled my dosage to the recommended four capsules per day.
One thing I immediately got reminded of was how I dislike taking so many capsules in the morning.
This is not a big deal for some, but since I combine my nootropics with B12 (1 capsule), D3 (1 tablet), Omega 3 (1-2 tablets), Prebiotics (1-2 capsules) and sometimes some other supplements, adding four more caps in the morning is not my favorite thing.
But that’s part of the game, so I know I could get used to it.
Anyhow, the increased dosage helped a lot!
I felt a bit more relaxed, calmed down, and focused.
It’s hard to describe, but I got a smooth boost of something.
Yeah, it wasn’t a typical energy boost that you get by drinking coffee.
It was more similar to drinking green tea.
I was relaxed, focused, and motivated to do my work.
It wasn’t a significant boost in any way, but I was happy to feel it.
So I was quite satisfied with it.
The boost returned every morning and stayed with me for a couple of hours.
The work was slightly more relaxed, and I felt somewhat more motivated and engaged.
But what does the theory say about this stack?
Focus Hunter Ingredients
Focus Nootropic stack contains non-GMO ingredients, it’s free from artificial colors, flavors, gluten, and soy.
The formula contains 9 ingredients, which are: