CogniFlex ReviewBy: Rob Miller
Fact Checked On: 3-31-2020
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A new wave of “brain drugs” has taken the supplement market by storm in the last year or so. These smart drugs, affectionately known as nootropics, use all natural ingredients to help mimic the effects of prescription medications.
One recent one I came across is called CogniFlex, a once a day all natural supplement designed to boost your productivity, enhance mental clarity and concentration, and achieve laser like focus.
The vast majority of supplements that we come across that make these claims usually end up being terrible. So, will this one be any different?
They are in high demand right now and because of that dozens and dozens of similar supplements are being produced, so choosing the right one that is actually going to have any effect at all can be a little trickier than just checking out the store shelf or going online.
Lets learn a bit about the supplement first.
What is Cogniflex?
Deceptive Marketing and Fake Facebook Ads
What’s Up With Their Free Trial?
Frequently Asked Questions
Does it work better than Adderall?
Was it Approved by the FDA?
Is it sold in stores?
How can I get a refund?
Cogniflex Reviews – Where are they??
Are there any side effects?
Does It Work?
What is CogniFlex?
Made by a company called Sure Science, this supplement is a patented “brain boosting supplement”, designed to help skyrocket your concentration, improve your creativity, and enhance memory recall.
Basically, they market it as an over the counter equivalent to ADHD medications like Adderall, Vyvanse, and Ritalin.
Among other claims, they promise to help you unlock 100% of your brains potential, help you to maintain your focus, and increase your energy.
So what’s in it that apparently makes it work so well? The ingredients in CogniFlex include the following: L-Carnitine, Rhodiola Rosea, L-Theanine, Bacopa Monnieri, Caffeine, and Vitamin B6.
Here’s a picture of the label:
There’s nothing really “revolutionary” about this formula. These exact same ingredients can be found in hundreds of other cognitive enhancers, pre workout supplements, and even weight loss pills.
I can say, however, that some of these ingredients when combined can produce some pretty solid nootropic effects.
For example, taking Caffeine with L-Theanine is a great stack to help you focus on boring tasks.
If you look at this Wikipedia article, you’ll see that in a 2014 systematic review, using caffeine along with L-theanine showed enhanced performance, including increased alertness, attention, and task switching.
One interesting thing to note is that they don’t list the amounts of each ingredient, but rather that they are part of a proprietary blend. That’s good and all, but if you are someone who is sensitive to caffeine you’ll have no idea how much it contains.
It could have as little as 50 mg, or upwards of 300 mg, there’s just no way to tell.
There is another company that sells a very similar supplement called Cogni-Flex (made by Douglas Labs), but they have nothing to do with the supplement in this review.
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Deceptive Marketing and Fake Facebook Ads
The way I found out about this particular supplement was I came across an ad on Facebook that proclaimed “First approved Brain Super Drug, Online only”
Another ad I’ve seen to come across features Wolf Blitzer from NBC and some really hot chick with big boobs with a title screaming “We can now access 100% of the brain”.
The first time I clicked both of these, it took me to a page that appeared to be the CNN website, complete with links to their news, video, and opinions section.
A big feature ran across the top, with an image of what looks like a brain literally cut in half, followed by a headline that said this supplement appeared recently on the TV show The Doctors, and scientists were calling it “Viagra for the brain”.
However, I bookmarked the page and when I returned a few days later, now all of a sudden Cogni Lift was being featured on the NBC News website.
The layout was essentially the same, but they did change up a few things.
However, the simple fact is that this entire page is one BIG lie. Let’s pick it apart so you can see the REAL truth behind it.
1.) This is not an NBC news article, but what’s referred to as a “Farticle” (Fake Article).
How do I know this?
Well, because if you look closely at the URL, it doesn’t say nbcnews.com (the real site address), but rather it says locallytrustednews.com/brain/
Check it out:
I’ve seen literally DOZENS of other supplements that do the exact same thing, including Geniux and CogniQ.
2.) CogniFlex was NOT featured in a Forbes magazine article titled “Viagra For The Brain”.
As you’ll see here, the real Forbes article makes no mention of CogniFlex (or any other supplement for that matter), There’s ton’s of other nootropic supplements that make this claim, and they reference this very same Forbes article every time.
Except what they do is find a clever way to crop in the name of their supplement.
3.) It was NOT the inspiration for the movie ‘Limitless’ starring Bradley Cooper
When you were reading this article, you might have come across a screenshot that showed the Limitless Movie official Twitter page proclaiming Cogniflex as the “inspiration” for the movie.
Well, here’s the REAL tweet that was released by the Limitless twitter page.
I’ve seen literally DOZENS of other products doing this exact same thing, all claiming they were the inspiration behind Limitless.
4.) It was not studied by the Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit (NCTU)
One often cited claim about Cogni Flex (and various other nootropics) was that it was clinically studied by the Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit, located in Nottingham, UK.
This prestigious research facility conducts high quality trials of products used to treat everything from cancer to pregnancy, but one thing is for sure…It did NOT conduct a clinical trial of Cogniflex.
I searched their entire website and could not find one mention of the supplement.
5.) All the comments are fake.
If you still have the page open, scroll to the bottom and try leaving a comment. You’ll find that it’s virtually impossible.
“Why is this?”, you might ask…
Well, that’s because they are all completely fake. They post these fake comments, which are made to look like Facebook comments but are clearly not, in an effort to make you think “hey, look at all these people using it and getting such great results”.
But What About Their Free Trial??
One other thing I noticed is that the makers of CogniFlex are offering people a free sample of their product.
All you need to do is pay a small shipping fee of $4.97, and you’ll receive your free bottle in just a couple of days.
However, what you probably COMPLETELY missed was the part where they tell you (in VERY fine printI might add), that you have 10 days to try it out.
If you don’t call and cancel, Cogni Lift will bill you $139.97 for that bottle that was supposedly “free”.
What’s even WORSE is that if you don’t cancel, they will keep sending you another bottle every 30 days, AND bill you every month.
If you’re someone who doesn’t check their bank statements very regularly, you could be in for a bit of a shock.
You’re probably reading this right now and freaking out, but you should be fine…
How do I cancel this?
If you don’t want to be billed close to $140, you can either call them at 1-800-767-4440, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does it work better than Adderall or Provigil?
Very unlikely. Although they say it’s a healthy, all natural, and more effective alternative formula, I have a VERY hard time believing it can work better than synthetic amphetamines.
I also wouldn’t recommend you take Cogniflex and Adderall at the same time. If you do decide to try this, I would recommend that you take the Cogniflex on a day you don’t take your Adderall, and see what kind of effect it has on you.
Taking Adderall with ANY other stimulants (including caffeine) can have the tendency to create some really nasty side effects.
Was it approved by the FDA?
Nope, because it doesn’t have to be. The FDA only approves drugs. Since Cogniflex is an herbal supplement, it does not fall under FDA regulations.
Is it sold in stores?
I visited my local GNC, Walmart, Walgreens / CVS, and Vitamin Shoppe, and none of them seemed to carry it. I also looked on Amazon and eBay, and it doesn’t appear to be for sale on those sites as well.
As far as I can tell it’s only sold on their official website, http://cogniflex.com/
How can I get a refund?
They do offer a 30 day money back guarantee, but there are NUMEROUS terms and conditions that apply. For example, if you purchased it via the free “sample”, you’re out of luck.
They will NOT refund your money if you ordered a sample.
Additionally, if you opened the bottle you will also NOT get your money back.
Lastly, assuming you didn’t get a sample bottle and haven’t opened it yet, you have to send back the unopened bottle at your own cost, PLUS they charge you a 35% restocking fee.
So essentially what that means is you’ll pay close to $55, JUST TO RETURN IT!
Cogniflex Reviews – Where are they??
The one thing I noticed right off the bat in my research was the sheer lack of user reviews of this supplement. If it is as good as they say it is, wouldn’t people be sharing their experiences in forums, message boards, and tons of other places?
Well, luckily some people are leaving reviews on this site, just click here to see them.
It’s not a pretty picture.
I searched through all of the unbiased sites like Erowid, Reddit, and Snopes, and could not find one SINGLE person talking about it.
I don’t know about you, but that puts up a HUGE red flag for me. Searching through youtube, much of the videos I see here are nothing but promotions for the supplement, and lack any substance as to the effects you might receive.
Are There Any Side Effects?
Of course they tell there isn’t, but as with any supplement, including Cogniflex, side effects are possible. To give you an example, one of their primary ingredients L-Carnitine, can cause a wide range of side effects.
Although rare, instances of nausea, vomiting, upset stomach, heartburn, diarrhea, and seizures have been known to occur from high levels of L-Carnitine. (Source: 1)
Another ingredient, Bacopa Monnieri, has similar side effects which include stomach cramps, nausea, dry mouth, and fatigue. (Source: 2)
As far as mixing Cogniflex with alcohol, all the research I’ve done on alcohols potential interactions with the ingredients tells me that you LIKELY would be safe.
Of course, it’s always a good idea to check with your doctor regarding the safety of taking herbal supplements like Cogniflex, as it may also have the potential to interfere with any medications you may be taking.
Does It Work?
It didn’t for me. I ordered a one month supply of the stuff, took the suggested dose, and experienced practically no results. The only effects I seemed to get from it was a mild increase in energy and concentration, but no more than if I just drank a simple cup of coffee.
While I only took it for about a week, there was certainly no mind blowing sense of concentration or improved memory, no increased productivity, and certainly no improved creativity.
All of these seem to be their key selling points, but it just wasn’t happening for me. Compared to the 30 or so nootropic supplements I’ve tested thus far, I would easily rank this in the bottom 1/3.
Cogniflex “might” actually work for some people. However, by resorting to deceptive advertisements like this, I personally feel that this is just another fly by night company looking to bilk unsuspecting customers out of their money.
There’s no revolutionary formula, no glowing reviews (apart from their website), and certainly no reason that leads me to believe this is some secret brain pill that will give you mind blowing clarity and concentration.
My own personal testing has solidified my opinion of it.
I can’t tell you how many scams like this I see practically every day. You can do YOUR part by helping me (and your friends and family) spread the word on this…
Share / Like this page on Facebook, Tweet it, or email it to your friends…do whatever you can to save people like yourself from the hassle…
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Just placed and order for the buy 3 get 2 free. Went through buying process online and the company never confirmed the total amount before completing my order. Final page shows total of $144. Immediately called to get clarification on pricing. I was advised the 28.80/bottle is for the 5 bottles and not 3. So basically, they advertise your savings and not the actual cost. Customer service immediately offered me 5 bottles for $104 so they were willing to issue a $40 credit, the call disconnected as we were discussing refund policies. I called back right away to let them know I just wanted to test out 1 bottle for now, they advised me all products are final sale and no refunds will be issued. However, they wanted me to keep all 5 bottles and return within 30 days if dissatisfied. I am not interested in a 30 day trial if I am calling ahead of time to cancel the order before it even ships and you are willing to issue a $40 refund then why not allow me to change the order to just 1 bottle? Great customer service, seeing as how now you have lost a potential customer and received a bad review when all you had to do was refund and ship out the 1 bottle. I advised the rep I would be disputing the charge with my bank and they would also be losing a customer and getting an honest unsatisfactory review. The customer service rep’s reply was.. “Well if that’s what you have to do…” Great work.
768 out of 835 people found this review helpful.
Worst experience I ever had. Made me deathly sick. I called for refund and customer service rep was so rude and condasending. No refund nothing. Do not buy this product.
609 out of 636 people found this review helpful.
This was a scam. It makes me sick. My stomach hurts all the time
455 out of 478 people found this review helpful.
I've used cogniflex for a couple days and I haven't seen any amazing results yet. I think it might be slightly working but certainly wouldn't call it limitless.
419 out of 450 people found this review helpful.
Not worth it
Yeah. Not worth it. It works as well as a monster.
385 out of 424 people found this review helpful.
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User Questions and Answers
did you try it yet? Before reviewing? -Tim
I haven't, but if you read the review, our beef with Cogniflex is mainly about the deceptive marketing and free trial scam, neither of which require trying it to discuss.- Rob
147 out of 164 people found this question helpful.
What's the name of the real limitless pill? -Max
Unfortunately, there isn't one. My top pick for nootropics is Optimind.- Rob
94 out of 110 people found this question helpful.
Why is it so expensive? -Bill
Haha, good question. You'd have to take that up with the company that makes and sells it.- Rob
88 out of 110 people found this question helpful.
Does it show. on a drug screen? -tom robinson
It shouldn't, but you might want to bring the label to your testing agency just in case.- Rob
69 out of 91 people found this question helpful.
How can I order it? -Wadij
You can purchase it on their official website, http://cogniflex.com/- Rob
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I was supposed to get 1 bottle for a free trial “only pay shipping” I got 2 bottles for some reason and was charged 2x on the sane day, first charge was $48, second charge was $28. Customer service couldn’t even explain the $28…she literally said “I don’t understand why that $28 was charged”….she refunded the $28 And only could refund half of the $48.
She was nice though. But there is NO 30DAY MONEY BACK.
I told her the boxes they came in haven’t even been opened!!! Still she said “there is NO 30day money back guarantee and didn’t know where I saw that….."ITS ON THE WEBSITE”!!!!!
And yes it would cost money to send them back. So if you return them then again your losing money.
I’m just keeping them. At least I’m geting most of my money back.
Should be all of it but whatever. And to the lady in here who gave this product to her 15 year old….WTF???
I’m sure if you told her doctor that they would want to cuss you out! Who does that?
Srsly? Ok…thank you for this website!
Tina will get a hold of the people to make sure they get fined and get ur money back. Let’s all stick together.
If u see a scam get in contact with her, she’s great.
Everybody pull together and put these scamming out of business.
I ordered one bottle they charged me for 3 and never sent the other two. When I called customer service they were uninformed and really didn’t help me except for offer to send me an additional two bottles but no offer of a refund.
Very disappointed with the product and the company. I hope someone gets to read this before someone from the company deletes it.
SupplementCritique.com is a review website with no affiliation with Cogniflex. I’m posting your comment and rest assured, Cogniflex does not have the ability to delete it.
I’m not familiar with a product called Optiflex. If you mean Optimind, yes I recommend it. Here’s our review: https://www.supplementcritique.com/optimind-review-does-it-really-work/. And here’s a link to their website: https://www.supplementcritique.com/optimind
This is from their website..
“We’re so confident you’ll like Cogniflex that we offer a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee. If you’re not happy with it, send it back for a full refund. It’s simple!”
It says “Full” refund.
I found the full terms and conditions page at https://cogniflex.com/terms.php
It says complete refund except for shipping cost to ship it back. Doesn’t mention any restocking fees. Don’t they legally have to honor this guarantee?
Here is the full refund policy,
1. With Cogniflex, you enjoy a 30-day money-back guarantee. If you are not absolutely delighted with your focus and mental energy, you are welcome to return the containers– even if empty–within 30 days of receipt for a complete refund of your purchase price (less S&H), no questions asked.
2. Customers are restricted to receiving a single refund per product ordered. Repetitive refunds are not permitted unless the product, as delivered to you, is defective. We reserve the right to refuse a refund to any customer who repeatedly requests refunds or who, in our judgment, requests refunds in bad faith.
3. In order to process your refund, you must supply us with your name and delivery address. If you provide us with insufficient or incorrect information your refund will be delayed.
4. Once a refund has been approved please allow up to 30 days for the refund to be applied.
5. Depending on the bank that issues the credit card, your refund can take up to 60 days to appear on your credit card statement. If you have any questions about whether a refund has been issued by us, please call Our Customer Service Department.
6. Shipping and handling costs are not refundable.
I read the terms you linked to and it’s clear they must have changed their tune after so many complaints. They used to offer a “free trial” that caused customers to be locked into monthly billing, and if you went this ordering route, you were not covered by the money back guarantee.
It appears as though they dropped the restocking fee and opened bottles policy. This is a good thing.
They heard the complaints and decided their reputation was more important than the few bucks they would save on denying returns.
I kept the one to try it but i just got it and haven’t tried it. Apparently i talked to one of their few good phone reps.
Please tell what you said to get a refund. I called as soon as I saw the pending charge on online banking.
I was told I could not get refund. It had already shipped.
I said I would return as soon as I got it. I wouldn’t even open. Was told good luck with that.
You didn’t read terms and conditions before ordering. How can I get a refund?
What reason or what did you say to customer service, please?
I think clearly and have so much energy. I haven’t had any stomach issues at all and neither has my 15 year old daughter.
We eat or i do sometimes she does and it doesn’t seem to harm our stomachs. She hasn’t been on it has long and of course it’s harder for me to tell if it’s working for her or not she is a teen. But for me I love the product and recommended it to a friend.
I am a little dissappointed in how you guys advertise the pricing and then u don’t see the price tell you totally check out. I bought 6 bottles and was told it was to be only buying 3 and getting 3 free but that’s not how it worked out.
I paid for each bottle yes cheaper then just one bottle but still false advertisement is not good!!! I was very skeptical of buying this product but I’m glad I did.
However, I would love to get refunded for or credited for next order for being lied to on how the prices really works that’s is my only complaint. Thanks
SupplementCritique.com is a review website. We don’t have any affiliation with this product, so you’ll have to contact the company you made your purchase from to cancel your order or billing.
I can assure you you did not buy CogniFlex through SupplementCritique.com. We don’t sell supplements.
The customer service phone number I found on the Cogniflex website is 800-767-4440.
My complete astonishment when reading your review is that you actually gave this to your 15 year old CHILD!!! Really!?!?
This is a product that is questionable to begin with, not FDA approved and besides that….Who in their right mind buys anything off the web and gives it to their CHILD to take!?!? This seriously astounds me!
I can’t believe I am the only person who sees a problem with this!
I wish I had the answer to that one!
I have an affiliate relationship with Optimind, which means if one of my readers clicks through to their website and places an order, I receive a small commission. I value my reputation, so I only enter into such agreements with products I believe in.
As for proof, I can’t offer any, just my experienced opinion.
All the reviews on this new drug are terrible, read all the reviews on other sites not just one site. Don’t put your life in jeopardy before doing serious investestigating on this new pill.
People have gotten deadly ill from this drug. Just do your research people.
Sir. Miller, How can I order since I am here in UAE?
i’m interested about this product I wanna try this.
United Arab Emirates
It looks like Cogniflex is only available in the United States.
It takes 1 wk to even start to work.
I only took it for a week, and the benefits were minimal as compared to many others I’ve taken for equally as long.
PLUS, while ordering, a bonus bottle page popped up offering 1 bottle additional for $28 and when I tried to click the tiny words “no thanks…” which are crammed right beneath (too close to) the “yes” option, it instead activated the “Yes” option so it tacked on the $28 for a grand surprise total of $172!. However, 15 minutes later I called to void the order and they offered 50% off all of it but upon refusing that offer the cust. rep. very politely voided all and gave voiding transaction numbers, confirmed the amounts to refund, and said it could take 3-5 business days to show the refunds on my bank account.
No restock charges or any surprises so all went well, assuming the refund processes promptly as described. So, the ordering process was a bit shifty but the refund request was a quick and smooth transaction.
Thanks for the update. The more information we put out there, the better.
Who in the world needs 5 bottles per month. After seeing more and more reviews, I hope I can cancel before the next shipment hits my card – ugh I hate these type of scammy peoples.
Yeah, they technically offer a 30 day money back guarantee but the terms make it almost impossible to actually get.
Pills, just like anything else in the world, don’t work for everybody. What works for one person might not work for the next.
As for the false advertisement… Every product needs hype. Without hype there is no product.
Think about it. If you invent something you would do anything to make it hit the shelves.
I’m not saying its a magic pill. Or it’s guaranteed to work.
But at least have the respect enough to give this pill a try. It’s a drug.
It takes about a week to get in your system. I’m no way affiliated with cogniflex.
I hope I have made my question clear if not let me know w reply and ill try to frame the question differently. Thanking you for your anticipated prompt reply and clarification, I remain, Sincerely, Marie-Elizabeth Del Re-Shriner
I didn’t really feel any effect from it at all. As far as how to return within the parameters of the guarantee, you’ll have to contact Cogniflex directly to work that out.
From what I can tell their policy is pretty rigid so you’ll want to make sure you know the rules. Their number is 800-767-4440.
Definitely go with Mind Lab Pro for this, here’s my review: https://www.supplementcritique.com/mind-lab-pro-review-and-results/
Lies. You pay $28.80 for each of the 5 bottles, costing a total of $144.00, not $86.40.
And you don’t even know it until the charge hits your account, as there’s no confirmation page before they hit up your credit card. I called immediately to inquire about the total cost and they told me to just try the product for 30 days and I could get my money back if I didn’t like it.
If the stuff really worked I was willing to pay the full $144.00. But I can get the same effect from a cup of coffee but I’m sensitive to all that caffeine every day.
So after only trying that product for 2 days I called to request a refund. The customer service rep “Durelle” proceeds to tell me I can have 50% of my money back and I must pay shipping and handling plus a $9.95 restock fee before my refund will be processed.
I refused this offer and told her I would not pay anything that was not disclosed to me first. She then said she would process the refund for the full $140 but it would take “3-5 days or up to 30 days after they receive the product” So which is it? 3-5 days or up to 30 days?? Or once the product is received?? By this point I’m irritated.
I told her I would call my credit card company and get my funds credited through them. She said “Ok girl, well I told you I already processed the refund." Please people, save your time and money and just go to Starbucks.
The service is much better there too.
They offer a package that gets you 2 free bottles When purchasing 3. That brings individual price for each of the 5 bottles down to 28.80 per bottle of 5. When you see the ad. It makes you think you are paying 28.80 x3 = 86.40$ and getting 2 free bottles at that price which you are not.
The next day I received a call from them addressing my concern. Very polite customer care making sure I understood and willing to address any concerns I might have.
They assured me I still have a 30 day money back garauntee like they advertise. I asked about any open bottle policy not being eligible for return and they assured me that is not the case.
If I am not happy with product return what I have left for a full refund. This is REAL.
That is what happened to me real experience with cogniflex. I am a customer.
No relation to company. I recently only learned about this company.
I will give a review about product as soon as I can. This addresses the customer care I experienced with Cogniflex.
If you get more than one bottle they will process as multiple orders. When you ask for a refund.
They will process refund for only one bottle. Check their T&C.They tell you this even though it was 1 trx from your perspective.
For future reference the only limitless type pill if Provigil. A prescription pill that requires a RX.
This is pill that was reviewed by Diane Sawyer.
I guess my desire to pass an up coming state exam trumped my judgement. So I now have 3 bottles of this product and I have been taking it for about 4 days. so far no side effects or razor sharp concentration.
I will be calling today to cancel any future orders from hitting my credit card.. I will monitor this product for the next week and will update this site with my results..
Giving that I’m a Starbucks junkie I don’t think the amount of caffeine in this product will be noticeable. So I will rule out any benefits due to the caffeine.. that will just leave their proprietary blend to see if there’s is any impact on my focus or memory… I will also share how my canceling of their product went.
So stay tune for my follow-up around May 3, 2016…
See below, regarding the heaping mound of lies and mistruths published about the “patent medicine” Cogniflex.
It is careless and unethical to publish such baseless claims without evidence or research.
The nature of the claims made by Cogniflex are so outrageous, it approaches the level of criminal intent to deceive the public.
I am so disturbed by this, I’m , I am pursuing information on Sure Science, LLC of Wyoming and plan to register a complaint regarding Cogniflex with the FDA.
I can’t tell whether it’s just rotten, corrupted journalistic values or a purposeful attempt to misrepresent a product for monetary gain.
I can tell you it is shameful to print such garbage.
People, individuals, like those at Cogniflex should be held accountable and fined, punished and maybe even jailed for knowingly publishing such reckless and unsubstantiated claims.
It’s dirty and cheap and wrong
This is a factless press release posing as a news article. The writer makes no attempt to substantiate their claims, even as much as a list of active ingredients would have added some credibility.
There is at least one complete lie in this article.
For example, the company that makes Cogniflex is actually called Sure Science, LLC.
I don’t know which is worse, the low editorial standards which allowed this cheap marketing stunt to get published – Or, the unethical marketing wonk who wrote this piece of modern day “Snake Oil ” advertising?
Actually, while the copy for Cogniflex reads like a 19th century,I think it’s the publishers and editors who bear all of the blame and accountability for letting this stink bomb out. It’s the editor who’s main charge is supposed to be the pursuit and publishing of the facts and maintaining credibility.
This press release is so outlandish it should trigger an FDA investigation.
I agree with you, but generally these kinds of products stop just short of breaking the law, and if not, once they get called out by the FDA, they just cut and run, change the name, and do it again.
After researching and just searching for something he may have taken this is all we found in the house. The doc researched and concluded that this supplement if taken by a heavy coffee/caffeine drinker will damage your kidneys and liver.
Also, it doesn’t work. My husband is intubated and on dialysis with a not so good outlook.
TREAT YOUR CUSTOMERS RIGHT
I wouldn’t feel too bad if I were you. This is what they do, and they catch a lot of people in the same trap.
That said, you might get some amount of benefit from it, and it’s not likely to be unsafe. You did the right thing calling them right away to limit the damage.
Best of luck!
I don’t know about the pills yet since I just got them today but they seem to be very generous (at least in my case).
F.U. so i would have gotten charged 110 to return plus shipping and they won’t issue a refund. they work their way around it. they gave me $60 back to keep their garbage. so it’s a scam do not buy from these diks because you will have the same results. stick to real drug dealers for real effects. if you can deal with a person face to face because i would beat anyone’s face in had anyone tried this to me face to face. COGNIFLEX STOLE from me when they stole money from my wife.
not a question so just spread the word if you would
Another thing I’ve noticed is that my stress levels and my short temper (due to menopause after hysterectomy ) have significantly reduced.. I also suffer from anxiety and Cogniflex had really mellowed me out.
My kids and my husband see a difference. And I do too.
I’m not yelling as much as I used to. I wouldn’t buy cognilift cause it’s not the same formula and it’s had a lot of bad reviews…
Cogniflex on the other hand if you go to there actual website they tell you point blank this is not a biohacking pill that will allow you access too 100%of your brain.
They say it helps with memory, energy and alertNess and I have felt a difference in just 3 days.
Glad your having good results, and thanks for the heads up about the images. I’ll have to get that fixed.
Usually within minutes this heaviness comes over me and I nod off. Monster and espresso do nothing for me but give me increased anxiety when I am not sitting still.
Especially if i’m looking down and taking notes.. out like a light. I tried my first dose before class today and only fought sleep for about five minutes… which is remarkable.
If it is Cogniflex and not first day jitters, how many months does it help? If I need to increase the dose after awhile, is it safe to do so?
Is there a different nootropic to try if these lose their effect? Are they addicting?
I read that they can be harmful with alcohol, is it completely unsafe to drink with them or would drinking sometimes be okay? What other interactions should I look out for?
Is it okay to take them with a good adrenal support complex, like Jarrows?
All good questions. According to them, Cogniflex is designed to help with ADHD symptoms. However, as you’ll see in my review above, it didn’t quite work that well for me. It seems like it “might” be working for you, but that could also be placebo effect.
I would suggest you keep taking the Cogniflex as long as it’s working for you. However, if the effects start to deteriorate, I would suggest you check out a supplement called Optimind and stack it with a substance called Phenibut.
I talk a lot about this extensively in my review here: https://www.supplementcritique.com/closest-thing-to-adderall-over-the-counter-otc/
Hope this helps and let me know if you have any other questions.
C.C. Company and reverse charges.
I also was billed 144.00 thinking I was buying one. Scam that I plan on going on to public media to tell.
No worries, I will sue them.