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Introduction

More and more of us are turning to brain boosting supplements to help give us the mental edge, whethere it be in the workplace, athletics, or in competitive situations – it comes as no big surprise that with this huge surge in consumer demand, there’s now hundreds of different nootropic supplements on the market to choose from.

Have the manufacturers of Focusene created something worthy of your hard-earned money? We’re told that Focusene is an advanced supplement designed for those with a lacking attention span.

In this Focusene review, we’re taking a look at what we believe consumers can really expect from this product.

Readers please note that statements on this page are fair comment based on observation. This content is produced on a matter of public interest. Statements on this page are our honest opinion.

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What Is Focusene?

Focusene is a nootropic supplement created by a US-based company named Tranquility Labs. As the name suggests, the product is marketed as a means of increasing your alertness and focus levels, but consumers are also told that the product can help improve your memory too – something that will be music to the ears of any student studying for their exams.

This product is available via the official Focusene website and Amazon only – it does not appear to be stocked in stores.

Unlike most other nootropic pills, the Focusene formula is primarily powered by various amino acids and natural plant extras.

One bottle of Focusene costs $39.95, contains 60 capsules and will last the average consumer for approximately one month based on the directions of two capsules per day. Be aware that ordering this product may automatically enroll you into an auto-ship program, where you’ll be billed monthly and shipped a new bottle of Focusene each month until you cancel.

Does Focusene Work?

Based on our research into this product, we do not believe it full function exactly as described.

Firstly, Focusene does not contain any FDA-recognized nootropic ingredients – this essentially means that no ingredient inside this product has been recognized by the US Food & Drug Administration to have brain-boosting effects, on the grounds of lack of conclusive scientific evidence.

That being said, the product does contain some genuinely useful ingredients from reducing fatigue and promoting alertness. Focusene contains vitamins and amino acids that help promote brain health as well as containing Phenylalanine which also also been shown to help with focus and concentration levels.

The Pros & Cons Of Focusene

Below we have bullet pointed what we believe to be the primary positive and negative aspects of Focusene:

The Pros

  • May help improve your focus and alertness.
  • Certain ingredients can help contribute towards brain health.
  • Money-back guarantee.

The Cons

  • Doesn’t contain any FDA-recognized nootropic ingredients.
  • Product is unlikely to improve your memory or thought processing speeds.
  • Uses an auto-ship program.
  • Potentially negative side effects.
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What Are The Focusene Ingredients?

We have found the following supplement facts for Focusene via the Tranquility Labs website:

Two Capsules Contains: Vitamin B6 10mg, L-Theanine 50mg, L-Carnitine 400mg, DMAE 50mg, L-Phenylalanine 400mg, Forskolin 35mg and Proprietary Blend 600mg (Dendelion Extract, Bacopa Monnieri, Grape Seed Extract, Gingkgo Biloba, Korean Red Ginseng Extract).

Non-active Ingredients: Gelatin and Brown Rice Flour.

Is Focusene Suitable For Everyone?

This product is not suitable for vegetarians and vegans. It shouldn’t be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women, or by persons under the age of 18.

Is Focusene Safe?

We do not believe this product poses any sort of health risk to consumers, provided that it is used exactly as directed. The formula inside Focusene is free from any officially banned ingredients, as well as ingredients that have been over-dosed.

What Are The Focusene Side Effects?

We’ve compiled the following potential side effects based on the ingredients inside this formula:

  • Constipation
  • Itching
  • Headache
  • Insomnia
  • Excitation
  • Vivid dreams
  • Confusion
  • Depression
  • Increased blood pressure
  • An increase in schizophrenia symptoms
  • Unwanted movements of the face and mouth [1]

Note: these side effects are possible but may not be the typical user experience.

Are There Any Focusene Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following Focusene review testimonials via customers online:

100% recommend. If you struggle with ADHD or ADD I can honestly say this works.
Since college I had not realized how bad I had become again. (I took Adderall through college) well I got to the point where I couldn’t read through a magazine without the hyper feelings and didn’t have the energy or focus to clean the house. I ordered this stuff and have taken it for 3 days – you should see what I’ve gotten accomplished!!! And there is absolutely NO medicinal feelings, side effects, wear off type symptoms at all. I’ve taken 2 like it said and it says you can take another after the initial 2 tablets (which I have) – I feel better that way. Best of luck to you, it’s fantastic, “I’m BAACCK!”

It was for my son and he didn’t feel it made any impact at all on his ADS and ability to focus inn the classroom. He is a senior in high school.

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Our Final Verdict On Focusene

To conclude our Focusene review, it’s a bit of a mixed bag – there are things that we like about it and things that we aren’t too blown away by. We genuinely believe that Focusene will help improve your alertness, focus and concentration levels, however it’s lacking in any proven nootropic ingredients, therefore it’s unlikely going to improve your memory or thought processing speeds.

Marina Ma, MD
Marina Ma, MD
Staff Writer & Fact Checker at DietProbe
Marina has an MD from U-M and is a resident writer and fact checker at DietProbe.
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