OptiMind was originally designed with 12 ingredients to enhance your focus & energy and to improve your mental performance.
Their formula combines nootropics and important vitamins, which seems to make this nootropic stack fairly effective.
OptiMind is more than a normal energy booster – it’s a stack of quality nootropics. So you should understand that it takes some time to get the most out of it. Compared to most nootropic stacks I tested and compared, OptiMind is one the most famous stacks on the market. And it’s one of these that contain caffeine for an immediate energy boost.
But does OptiMind deliver on its promises? Does it enhance your focus & energy? Does OptiMind improve your mental performance? Should you take it?
1. OptiMind Review: I’ve been testing OptiMind for about a month. Does it work?
When I recently received OptiMind, I immediately stopped taking other nootropics and supplements. I gave my body a week to get to a “normal” level and clean itself of other supplements. After a week of waiting, I started testing OptiMind.
Since I knew that OptiMind contains caffeine, I expected to feel a strong energy boost the very first time I’d try it.
Usually, when you take nootropics, you don’t really feel anything (if you have not overdosed or if you don’t try a super-powerful stack or a smart drug). It takes weeks or even up to months to notice the effects of taking nootropics. Some people never really notice anything, so they stop taking them.
So here is what happened with OptiMind:
Week 1: I was taking OptiMind in the morning on an empty stomach. While the effects weren’t as strong as I expected, I was still able to notice a smooth energy boost. I believe this happened because of the caffeine that Optimind contains.
Week 2: Nothing really changed – every time I took 2 capsules of OptiMind, it seemed like my focus slightly improved. It was nothing spectacular and some of my friends, who recently tried OptiMind, said that they didn’t feel anything, so don’t expect a major change in your performance.
Week 3-4: After 3 to 4 weeks of testing OptiMind, I noticed no major difference.
Based on the results of my test and based on the hundreds of reviews I read, I believe OptiMind could slightly improve your focus & energy level, but don’t expect a major change of your mood.
Also, I cannot say it had any influence on my memory, so I’d recommend combining it with Ginkgo Biloba or other nootropics if you want to improve your memory as well.
I believe OptiMind might a good enough starting point, but there are other nootropic stacks that I’d prefer to recommend to you.
OptiMind Review – Does OptiMind Work?