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    1. Hey Carolyn A Jackson,

      Just sent you an email.

      For anyone else looking for the free ebook, click here to sign up for your free ebook.

      Rob
      SupplementCritique.com
  1. I could not open or use your weird format. It does not seem to work for me.

    I found/saw nothing to read. Do you know how much Vit B6 is in EnhancemindIQ? as I need to avoid even the MDR or else I have lucid dreams.

  2. Rob, I have been a Supplement Critic fan for years. I am also a urologist who gets asked about supplements (especially testosterone) multiple times a day and your site has improved my knowledge base and directly benefited my patients.

    The work you put into your reviews and your site is just outstanding.
  3. Excited to receive a product. I have 30lbs to lose.

    Getting me down. The more I can learn the better!

    Thank you! Lori Wilson

  4. I have surveyed all of reviews. I discovered that most of them were high priced vitamin pills.

    Many had all of the ingredients I was looking for but none of them had them in one capsule. I am not sure I want to stack them to get what I want.

    As I evaluated the ingredients I wanted to find one with Alpha Liopoic acid, Acetyl L Carnatine, N Acetyl Cysteine, Bacopa, Luteolin, Ginko Biloba, and Gurana. It seems only one listed has Gurana.

    I don’t want Caffene.
    Your ebook does not set up a email notification for so I can down load it.


    From what I can see I may have to stack
    nitrocut with lumonol to get what I want.
    Have you tested MaxSynapse?

    1. Hey Dr. Art Martin,

      Just sent you an email.

      For anyone else looking for the free ebook, click here to sign up for your free ebook.

      Rob
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    2. Hey Dr. Art Martin,

      Just sent you an email.

      For anyone else looking for the free ebook, click here to sign up for your free ebook.

      Rob
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  5. Hi Rob,

    Thanks for the review on ADDERIN. I suspected that “if it sounds to good to be true, it probably isn’t”.

    You saved me a few bucks. I’m interested in reading your book on Nootropics.

    thanx,

    F

  6. Rob,
    I haven’t received your email to confirm that I want to receive your eBook “Complete Guide to Nootropics”
    1. Hey Ronald Scheible,

      Just sent you an email.

      For anyone else looking for the free ebook, click here to sign up for your free ebook.

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    1. Hey Sally,

      We don’t have a review for Restigen, but I have been asked about it a time or two by readers of the website. It looks like a scam to me. Check out my review for Regenify. I have a feeling this is the same or related company, just changing the name and look of the product to sell more.

      Rob
      SupplementCritique.com
  7. im just wondering how is this any different from all the other scams, i also know even if it was bad you wouldn’t say to me ,”well its just like the other stuff." But im asking so give me a shot??
    1. Hey Eddie,

      If you let me know what product you’re talking about, I’d be happy to answer your question. In the meantime, you can read up on nootropics in general in the ebook.


      Rob
      SupplementCritique.com
  8. very interesting. Can you tell me if you found any evidence-based info on this supplement?

    Can you send me the e-book? Also is this all natural or is it a drug?

    1. Hey Chris,

      I just sent it to your email address. If you don’t see it, check your spam folder.

      It may have gone there. If you still don’t see it, let me know.


      Rob
      SupplementCritique.com
  9. Nothing to comment yet. Still to try it, though I already knew the effects of nootropics.

    But the combined effects is the one that interests me.
  10. Very interested in this new type of supplement——I have always considered that I had good thinking power and would think up projects to apply in my living. Now i”m 70 yrs old and have had a number of cancer issues (breast cancer twice) that is hormone driven and a new issue of metastasize to my lungs.

    Caught these spots by accident with a X-ray that they were hunting for in a different spot on my body (this early find was really good by finding out before any symptoms) but the meds I take do a number on my brain work and would love to find an enhancement.
    1. Hi Jo Anne,
      Whilst Nootropics might help, you’re probably better off looking at the individual “anti-nootropic” biochemical effects of the medicines, and finding supplements to counter them. Also ask your doctors if there are alternatives -different drugs for the same condition have different side effect profiles.


      Particularly if your medicines are chemotherapy type drugs you need to be careful that you don’t block the anti-cancer effects of the drugs. Use what brain power you have left to research your meds and alternatives (including naturals) and make your own treatment decisions.

      You might need to take the approach of clobbering the cancer faster, so you can get off the medications sooner.
      It won’t be easy – cancer treatment is complicated, fraught with trade-offs and controversy. – e.g Eggplant and Green potatoes contain anti-cancer solanins, but solanins are also liver toxins, so you’d have to be careful about the dosage.

      Doctors also recommend against supplements on the “don’t know” principle – i.e. “we don’t know if supplements that make you healthier will also make the cancer cells healthier, so don’t take them”.
      NOTE: One possible safe anti-cancer treatment is intravenous vitamin C (>20g/day).

      The original discrediting of anecdotal claims for this has since been discredited – apparently the researchers assumed enough vitamin C could be absorbed orally (WRONG! max oral absorbtion about 10 g/day), and an in-vitro study has since shown the equivalent of 20g/day to have anti-cancer effects via intercelluar hydrogen peroxide.
      Vitamin C also seems to have detox effects on the blood.


      If I had significant cancer I’d be looking at using diet (e.f the Gerson diet) and supplements to maximise my general health, which would also support my brain, and trying alternative cures within safety limits, whilst continuing any medical treatment I didn’t think was doing more harm than good (many orthodox cancer treatments aren’t as evidence-based as I’d like!).
      Have fun sorting throug the anti-cancer mess!

  11. Thanks for all your ratings. I am ordering Optimind.

    The scam products (Brain Fire, etc.) write ups by you are terrific!
  12. Hi Rob,

    Could you please send me the nootropics free e-book as I can’t get it.

    Also, I was wondering if you would be able to suggest any of your reviewed products for me please, based on the message I sent you on 8/11/15?
    1. Hey Andrew,

      No problem. I just sent the ebook over to your email address.

      I don’t see any previous questions from you. Hopefully you’ll get the information you need from the ebook.

      If not, let me know and I’ll help you out.
      Rob
      SupplementCritique.com

      1. Hi Rob, here was my question:

        I’ve suffered from both social and generalised anxiety for about 20 years and am 34 now.

        I wake up tired, have difficulty with motivation and making decisions and feel very nervous around a group of people, even if I know them. I feel so uptight like I can’t relax and let go (even with my family) and feel quite self concise and have low self esteem.

        I worry about many things and take a long time to do things (it takes me about an hour to get ready for work!) and even driving gives me anxiety.

        I wake up at least twice at night and sometimes have trouble getting back to sleep or can’t do so if I wake up later in the night, eg around 3am – 4am.

        I’m single, have never had a girlfriend and never been on a date. I also don’t have any genuine friends and haven’t had a social like since I was 13.

        I’ve had blood tests and there’s nothing physically wrong with me. I’ve tried various things like st john’s wort and other herbal remedies but nothing seems to have had much of an affect.

        I’ve never taken any medications as I’m afraid of the side effects and possible addiction to them.

        I was wondering if you can please suggest something that might help me please that’s not addictive ? I think if I could take something that would not sedate me but help with the above issues like energy, motivation and decision making, especially feeling more comfortable in social situations and less uptight in general and help me sleep better so I can wake up more refreshed, that would be great.

        Thanks,
        Andrew

        1. Hey Andrew,
          I can understand / relate to your problem, I have some friends with GAD. Phenibut is GREAT for this, however, it can be addictive so I’m not sure if it’s appropriate in your case. If you can limit use to 1 or 2 times per week you should be fine, but only you can determine that.

          Your other alternatives would be Aniracetam, Noopept, Picamilon, which are all WAY less addictive and in some cases equally effective. Check out Peak Nootropics, they are a GREAT source for these.

          Rob
          SupplementCritique.com

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