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“Mental Mojo”- Powerful Nootropic Instant-Drink Review

Mental Mojo has perfected the Nootropic stack beyond anything I have had the pleasure of reviewing up to this point. Their company is poised to make most competitors retreat to the drawing board and rethink their current formulations.

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Comes in instant packets- just added 12 oz of water and enjoyed

I loved TruBrain, but after drinking 12 ounces of Mental Mojo and witnessing my tired Monday afternoon brain quickly re-calibrate and catapult into a more focused state than I had been all day, even after consuming 3 cups of coffee to try to keep awake and productive this morning, I may be a Mojo convert.

Every sip of the Kiwi Strawberry flavored (other option we have to try is the fruit punch flavor) concoction with its fruity green color and refreshing taste felt more like I was pouring the beverage directly into my brain. Minute by minute my focus was augmenting- peeling back layers of muddled thoughts and emerging into a clear blue heaven, like a 747’s ascent into the stratosphere from a dark sheath of clouds suddenly cast into the ubiquitous blue azure surrounding skies.

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Cool green color Nootropic stack and branded bottle

Real World Test:

I decide to put this new found focus to the test and try my hand at some classic dual n-back task to see if there might be any measurable gains on my working memory capacity. First off, I have not practiced this training task in a month or so. The fact that I was able to focus exclusively on performing this challenging exercise speaks volumes to Mental Mojo for getting me into a state where I felt cognitively capable of blocking out distractions and completing a 20 minute session. In case you are curious of dual n-back task, you can learn more here: http://brainworkshop.sourceforge.net/ and download a completely free program to try it out for yourself and learn more about its potential benefits. Mid-Week Update: 2 days after drinking Mental Mojo I achieved my highest score of all time on the application!

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Much easier if you check out website above or watch tutorial video to figure out

After 1 hour of drinking Mental Mojo my focus and creativity is still at 100%. With this type of boost, I am already smiling about tomorrow’s fully booked calendar and how I can rethink my approach to the day.

Active Ingredients:

  • Huperzine A
  • Acetyl-L-Carnitine
  • Alpha GPC
  • Vinpocetine
  • L-Tyrosine
  • Phosphatidylserine

We have seen a similar stack in other products however what is most important to consider is the ratio of ingredients combined for their synergistic effects on cognition. Moreover,  many nootropic products contain Alpha GPC, Acetyl-L-Carnitine and Phophatidylserine, or Alpha Brain which contains AC-11, Alpha GPC, Bacopa Monnieri, Huperzine A, L-Leucine, L-Theanine, L-Tyrosine, Oat Straw, Phosphatidylserine, Pterostilbene and Vinpocetine. The most important component is the dosage and the how each ingredient builds upon the other to deliver the pay load with the greatest effect. Mental Mojo is right up there with the best of them.

More Details:

Check out there website here: https://mentalmojo.me/

The website delves into the science and background of their product in a great amount of detail and is extremely well done with some pretty cool animation.

Calm Focus:

Let’s continue to explore the effects. I have not practiced meditation in many years, mostly due to my hectic schedule and always having something racing through my thoughts. Being in an heightened state, I decide to try a full 20 minute meditation practice.

I spent the last 20 minutes sitting quiet for the first time in a very long time. Although there was a barrage of thoughts impeding on my meditative trance at first, soon to dissipate into a stillness and presence that was much welcomed, this is the second amazing achievement this evening.

Overall What Do I think?:

Nootropics have such simple benefits which regular coffee (in its own right a Nootropic) or energy drink stacks miss completely, such as being able to maintain steadfast focus without a constant jittery feelings compounded by caffeine stimulants. With Mental Mojo, I have regained focus, increased my working memory, had enough motivation to train on dual n-back, meditate, and in general feel better about the tumultuous week ahead of me. If I had 10 stars to give, Mental Mojo has more than earned them on effect alone, and more than delivers on a refreshing taste and my overall thought process boost.

In addition, and what I like more than anything, is that this company cares about their product and about delivering not just a gimmicky energy drink designed to increase your alertness with massive quantities of caffeine and a compelling logo, but a carefully measured stack of the best, most synergistic Nootropics, framed for the user, to achieve maximum potency and cognitive benefit.

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Rocker Fuel for your Brain!

Diffuse Mode Thinking VS. Linear Thinking:

One of the most prevalent benefits that I have noticed from Mojo is not so much the linear focus you might expect from a caffeine-like stimulant, but rather a diffuse mode of thought that is well suited for creative pursuits. This might be why meditation was so rewarding or why when speaking or writing, there is a marked increase in fluidity and fluency in my train of thought. The words are emerging with less effort, less pause, and overall greater coherency. It would be hard to quantify such an experience, from my subjective point of view, the improvement is real. I can see the Mental Mojo effect to be optimally suited for the following activity categories:

  • Writing
  • BrainStorming
  • Drawing
  • Speaking/Conversing
  • Planning
  • Creative Pursuits (song-writing, poetry, cooking)

Moreover, many of the products we review at Nootropic Drinks Review primarily taut focus and concentration as their primary faculties of influence, Mental Mojo promotes an entirely different characteristic of intelligence that belies creativity, a certain diffuse mode of thought, the spontaneous amalgamation of purely subconscious elements.

All theoretical convulsion aside, Mental Mojo packs a hefty punch and delivers above and beyond our expectations here at Nootropic Drinks Review.

A+

FocusAID + FOCUS + CONCENTRATION + FOCUS

I peer at the aluminum vessel sitting on my desk. The FocusAid website and packaging is adamant about drinking all of its functional beverages ice-cold. I puncture the lid, paired by the familiar crack, the carbonated pop that I have come to eagerly anticipate when opening a red-bull, monster, or the usual selection of cold-pressurized soft drink cans.

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FOCUS + CONCENTRATION + GREEN TEA + GINSENG + CARBONATION

 

 

I smell the top and detect an earthy green-tea aroma with a touch of sweetness. This should be interesting… The first sip. It tastes like a very rich and highly concentrated green tea and is strangely refreshing with layers of earthy flavors, sweet carbonation, and a hint of blue agave.

There is a slight bitterness that is balanced by the sweet and I come to understand quickly why drinking this product cold can make all the difference. The green-tea taste permeates my palette followed by a sharp crisp carbonation to complete the Nootropic symphony of flavors.

Half-way though the can and already my mind is beginning to zone into focus mode. The goal tonight is to leverage the focus drink to write more effectively. After 12 hours of constant productivity and juggling multiple streams of thought whilst pursuing various competing goals, a mental boost is certainly welcomed.

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Writing Mode Engage

This is not an energy drink.

True to the word, I don’t feel any spike in energy, rather, as expected, my focus has deepened. The familiar warm sensation in the pre-frontal cortex. The clearing of mental cobwebs accompanied by the narrowing chasm of concentration upon a single task.

It is easy for the mind to let thoughts run astray and to follow every single one of them to their undisciplined conclusions. It is necessary at times, as part of the mental process of learning and applying creativity to be diffuse in thought and concentration.

There are moments when the task  at hand may demand a different level of precision or vigorous focusing. When focus is the intended outcome, such as when studying for a test, composing the outline of a short story, article, or publication, or when measuring the symmetry of the face before drawing a portrait. Grabbing a Nootropic drink is a simple yet effective solution to simultaneously refresh and replenish the body and brain with essential nutrients and powerful neuronal equalizers constituting a state of balance and heightened concentration.

FOCUSAID delivers.

FocusAID packs the following components in its focus stack:

  • AMERICAN GINSENG
  • RHODIOLA ROSEA
  • GABA
  • ALPHA GPC
  • ACETYL-L-CARNITINE
  • VITAMINS C, D:
  • YERBA MATE & GREEN TEA
  • FULL B COMPLEX & FOLIC ACID

With only 45 Calories per serving, this drink does not add an unnecessary saturation of sugar that expand the waste-line.

Overall Experience:

Overall we give this product a 4 out of 5 stars. It receives a 5 out of 5 for achieving its intended effect of increasing focus and concentration however the taste is best suited for a tea drinker.

We recognize that the taste factor is a strong motivator for consuming Nootropic Drinks, therefore if you love all things tea, this drink is for you! If you prefer trying something more tropical, definitely read our post about TruBrain.

Other LifeAid Functional Drinks?

More interesting than just their focus product, LIFEAID Beverage Company is a leading manufacturer of premium, healthy, and convenient nutritional products for an active lifestyle. Their other functional beverages include: FITAID, LIFEAID, PARTYAID, TRAVELAID, GAMERAID and GOLVERAID…. As far as creativity goes, this company takes the house.

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Photo From LifeAidbevco.eu

 

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