2. NooCube – My Experience
As soon as I received this supplement, I’ve made detailed research to understand the REAL quality of Noocube.
The first thing I noticed before I even tried it out was the fact that NooCube is severly underdosed which was a big surprise to me.
It’s not that I expected something else due to a relatively low price for this nootropic stack, but still, I hoped this supplement would be much better dosed.
Besides that, it contained some supplements that are difficult to find in the most popular and effective nootropic stacks (for example Oat Straw and Resveratrol).
Anyhow, I’ve given it a try anyway and I hoped for the best.
First 3 days: The recommended dose of this nootropic stack is 2 capsules, so I was following the instructions for the first 3 days. Sadly (but not unexpectedly) nothing really happened. Maybe I felt slightly more relaxed while taking it, but it was really hard to notice anything. Since it doesn’t contain caffeine or any other stimulant, my energy didn’t increase while taking it.
Since I really wanted to see if this product provides any of the promised benefits, I’ve decided to quickly increase the dose.
Days 4 – 7: I’ve been taking the double dose which should be “kind of enough” to really get some benefits, but again, I couldn’t really feel a big difference. I guess I was slightly more focused, but it could be just the placebo. Since I knew the amount of all ingredients in this stack, I knew it’ll be hard to feel a big difference anyway.
Compared to the first couple of days, I’d say that logically speaking, 4 capsules of NooCube per day could actually make you feel more focused and should improve your memory (due to the relatively high dose of Alpha GPC), but keep in mind that taking 4 capsules/day (instead of 2) basically double the price.
All of a sudden, NooCube isn’t one of the most affordable nootropic stacks on the market anymore.