OmniMind (now MindScopic Clear Focus) is an affordable nootropic stack that was developed to help you achieve better focus, memory, and motivation. But does it work?
OmniMind is a nootropic stack that was developed in the Netherlands. It was designed for enhancing focus and alertness, but it may help with memory as well. Recently, OmniMind was rebranded into Clear Focus by MindScopic.
The supplement contains 10 nootropics, a very high dose of caffeine, and some useful vitamins.
Clear Focus was developed in Europe, and it’s marketed as one of the best nootropic stacks there.
But is it really effective? Read more about my experience with it.
I tested OmniMind for about a week.
After my careful ingredient check, I did expect an energy boost from this supplement, but for the wrong reasons (I’ll tell you more about it below).
Here is what happened during the test.
Since the recommended daily dosage is 1-2 capsules, I decided to test 1 capsule and then incresae the dosage to 2 capsules. I took them on an empty stomach.
While 1 capsule wasn’t particularly effective, taking 2 capsules made me feel slightly nervous and anxious. The reason is its high caffeine dosage – 2 capsules of OmniMind contained 150 mg of caffeine, which is quite a lot.
Anyhow, during the test, I noticed an energy and alertness boost, but I also felt nervous and anxious.
Overall, I wasn’t impressed by the supplement.
Clear Focus Ingredients
Clear Focus formula is non-GMO, vegetarian-friendly, contains no artificial colors or flavors, and is gluten-free.
It’s not nearly as advanced as some of my favorite nootropic stacks on the market, but it shows some potential.
The formula contains 10 ingredients, which are:
- Bacopa Monnieri Extract, 205 mg
- Vitamin B3, 6 mg
- Vitamin B5, 3 mg
- Vitamin B12, 2 mcg
- Rhodiola Rosea extract, 50 mg
- L-Theanine, 200 mg
- Caffeine, 150 mg
- Bioperine, 10 mg
- CDP Choline, 350 mg
- Co-enzyme NADH, 5 mg
If we look at these ingredients more in detail, you can immediately spot some issues:
- The product lacks a few potent nootropics for enhancing focus
- The amount of bacopa monnieri is too high for focus
- It contains too much caffeine
- The formula contains ingredients that don’t boost focus
In general, Omnimind is far from being a great nootropic supplement. Still, it contains some great nootropics such as:
Rhodiola Rosea is an adaptogen herb known for its mood-improvement benefits. Besides, it can improve cognitive function and even athletic performance. [*]
L-Theanine is an amino acid that, besides its relaxation effects, reducing anxiety and stress, also enhances memory, focus, and attention. [*]
OmniMind Side Effects
Due to the relatively low dosage of most ingredients, I didn’t expect any adverse side effects. But I was wrong.
When I took 2 capsules of this nootropic supplement (with 150 mg of caffeine), my heart rate drastically increased, and I became nervous and anxious.
If you can’t tolerate caffeine, do avoid this supplement. Also, do not take 2 capsules and drink a cup of coffee because you may suffer from:
- Increased heart rate
Before you supplement OmniMind, I recommend consulting your doctor.
The recommended dose is 2 capsules, preferably in the morning with or without food.
Based on my experience, you need to take the capsules with food. It is better to take one capsule than two.
Do follow the recommended dose so you don’t overdose on caffeine.
As part of my OmniMind review process, I checked many different sites to get some feedback from actual users. Here you can read some:
“I noticed I’m more focused on my things and my mind more clear even after long day. There are no sides effects for me.”
“I just started my course for sharp mind and after 1 week already big difference. I can concentrate more on things I have to do. Specially when im driving… some days I was coming back from work and I didn’t remember how I come home cos my head was busy with other staff..”
“I like the smooth effect but I took 2 more capusles after dinner to study for my exams. Had difficulties falling asleep and felt queit tired the day of my exam. don’t recommend it to take in the evenings.”
Reviews are good, most of them probably honest.
I do believe OmniMind makes people feel more alert and focused, but mainly for its high caffeine dosage.
Most top-quality nootropic supplements do not rely on caffeine at all or contain a very low dosage.
Where To Buy OmniMind?
To sum up the effects of OmniMind:
- It can increase alertness
- It may improve your focus & memory
You can order it on their official website, but I currently can’t recommend it.
OmniMind is another nootropic stack in a row that didn’t surprise us. It lacks certain nootropics, higher dosages of most nootropics, and it contains a very high amount of caffeine. While it does deliver some benefits, it’s far from being a remarkable product. We’d only consider taking it as an energy booster instead of our morning coffee – but we still prefer our morning coffee.
Does OmniMind have potential? Yes, if the formula dramatically changes in the future. Until then, we’d recommend checking other, much better nootropic stacks that are currently available on the market.