Product Name: Synagen IQ
Product Description: Synagen IQ is an underdosed and potentially risky nootropic supplement.
Brand: Phenom Health
I have been recently warned about Synagen IQ Scam. Apparently, this nootropic supplement is just a “snake oil” and far from being an effective supplement. With that warning in mind, I have decided to do a full Synagen IQ review.
It contains a few effective nootropic compounds
It lacks high-quality nootropics
Synagen IQ Review
Before I start reviewing nootropic supplements, I am usually very excited to try them. Actually, I had tried many supplements way before I started reviewing and writing about them.
But that’s not the case for Synagen IQ. I don’t want to bad-mouth them before we dig into their formulation, but I can honestly tell you that I didn’t want to try their supplement.
My team pushed me by saying that “I have to do it,” but when I asked them to try it first, everyone turned around. So we actually didn’t try the supplement. And in this post, I will explain why.
What Is Synagen IQ?
Synagen IQ is a nootropic supplement that was developed to help people improve their focus, memory, and overall cognitive performance. But as you will soon see, it doesn’t really do that.
Let’s check the ingredients of Synagen IQ to see why.
Synagen IQ Ingredients
Synagen IQ contains 11 nootropic compounds, including Vitamin B3 and B6. It has a pretty clean formulation, but a totally under-dosed and potentially risky formula.
The ingredients are:
- Vitamin B3
- Vitamin B6
- Bacopa monnieri
- Huperzine A
A quick glimpse of the formulation doesn’t show all the bad things about it. We had to dig deeper to understand why this formulation is so terrible.
Synagen contains 30 mg of Niacin, an essential B vitamin. However, B3 is commonly found in many foods, so adding 150% of your RDI to this nootropic supplement doesn’t make too much sense in my opinion.
Vitamin B6 is another important B vitamin that is used for metabolizing energy from food. I usually recommend supplementing B6, but not in such a high dosage as it is in this nootropic stack.
Alpha-GPC – UNKNOWN DOSAGE
Alpha-GPC is an effective choline source that is needed for increasing the levels of acetylcholine and phosphatidylcholine. Both compounds are important for healthy brain functioning and learning abilities. However, not knowing the exact level of Alpha-GPC in this stack is quite dangerous.
Bacopa Monnieri – UNKNOWN DOSAGE
Bacopa Monnieri is an adaptogen herb and a very effective nootropic supplement. Several studies show that supplementing an extract of Bacopa Monnieri enhances memory function in healthy individuals. It can also slow down cognitive decline, and help people with anxiety and stress. However, I don’t know the exact dosage in Synagen, so be careful.
Caffeine – UNKNOWN DOSAGE
Caffeine is a popular and effective stimulant that I like to see in high-quality nootropic supplements. However, you shouldn’t overdose it. Since we don’t know the exact amount of it in Synagen, I’d suggest being careful with Synagen IQ.
GABA – UNKNOWN DOSAGE
GABA is added to many sleep and anti-anxiety supplements due to its potentially positive effects on our mood. However, by itself, GABA cannot cross the blood-brain barrier, so it is practically useless. Also, we do not know the exact amount of it in this stack.
Huperzine-A – UNKNOWN DOSAGE
Huperzine-A is a powerful nootropic compound that needs to be cycled. As it currently stands, I do not recommend supplementing it due to the lack of research. Many high-quality supplements decided to remove it from their stacks.
L-Theanine – UNKNOWN DOSAGE
L-Theanine is an amino acid that is found in black and green tea. Using it shows positive effects on focus and attention. People also report being more relaxed. I recommend combining it with caffeine in the ratio of 1:2. I objectively doubt that Synagen contains this ratio.
L-Tyrosine – UNKNOWN DOSAGE
L-Tyrosine is a decent nootropic that is effective for people in stressful situations. If you are taking a daily nootropic supplement, I believe you won’t notice any benefits by supplementing L-Tyrosine. If you decide to supplement it, I recommend taking up to 200 mg per day.
Phosphatidylserine – UNKNOWN DOSAGE
Phosphatidylserine is a known phospholipid and essential building block of brain cell membranes. Supplementing it shows positive benefits of cognitive performance, especially in the elderly.
Vinpocetine – UNKNOWN DOSAGE
Vinpocetine used to be a popular nootropic that has lost its popularity in the past years. It is a decent anti-inflammatory compound that may enhance cognition.
My Thoughts On The Formula
Synagen IQ Side Effects
Not knowing the exact amount of all nootropic compounds in Synagen IQ can mean that this nootropic supplement is potentially harmful and can bring a lot of side effects.
I checked many Synagen IQ reviews of actual users, and what I found out is the fact that many people report no effects whatsoever (including the lack of positive benefits). I believe the reason for such low performance of this supplement lies in the fact that it is simply underdosed.
However, if you take a high dosage of caffeine, for example, you can quickly experience the following side effects:
- Stomach pain
Similar side effects happen if you overdose on Huperzine.
Anyhow, based on my research, I would suggest avoiding Synagen IQ to minimize any potential risks.
Is Synagen IQ Hoax?
Based on my detailed research, I cannot say that Synagen IQ is a hoax. However, it is a very underdosed supplement that doesn’t really provide the promised benefits and is potentially harmful.
Where To Buy Synagen IQ?
Due to all the mentioned factors, I do not recommend buying Synagen IQ. Do avoid it to stay on the safe side. There are many, many more effective, and safer nootropic supplements on the market.