About Enhance Mind IQ

Using only 100% all natural ingredients, Enhance Mind IQ promises to deliver a wide variety of cognitive benefits, including intense focus, greater mental clarity, boosted memory and recall, “powerful” motivation, and even improved overall health.

We’re told that as soon as you take the recommended dose, Enhance Mind IQ’s “proven scientific profile” will go to work increasing your energy levels, regardless of your age or gender. Then, these same ingredients will continue keeping you alert and focused throughout the remainder of the day.

There’s no denying that Enhance Mind IQ’s sales pitch is attention grabbing. But you’re here because you want to know if it’s worth the high price, or if you should continue looking. We’re here to help you find some answers.

How Does the Brain Work and With Enhance Mind IQ Involved?

“How the brain works” is a massive topic, and is something we couldn’t even hope to adequately cover in this review. Instead, we’re going to address Enhance Mind IQ’s claims directly, while providing some background information to help you assess exactly what we’re dealing with.

Your brain cells (called neurons) are where all the basic activity in your brain occurs, including communication, short and long-term memory storage, and more. These neurons send and receive information through short electrical bursts, and can send signals to other parts of the body as well using chemical signals known as neurotransmitters (one of the most common is acetylcholine).

With this in mind, the manufacturer claims Enhance Mind IQ’s ingredients will boost the level of neurotransmitters in your brain—presumably leading to storing information more efficiently, clearing “your mind for optimum mental absorption,” and delivering “optimal mental performance.”

Another common (and powerful) neurotransmitter is serotonin. So, if Enhance Mind IQ also increases the production in this chemical, it might be the case that you experience “powerful focus and motivation.”

Granted, all of this is based on marketing information taken from the supplement’s website. But what does science have to say about the effectiveness of Enhance Mind IQ’s ingredients?

What Ingredients Are Found In Enhance Mind IQ? Are They Effective?

There isn’t a label listed on the Enhance Mind IQ website, so we can’t be sure exactly what the supplement contains, or in what doses. In fact, the only ingredient referenced is a “100% Pure Phosphatidylserine Complex.” Can you expect this to deliver results?

In a nutshell, phosphatidylserine is a chemical mostly obtained from the foods we eat (although the body also produces a small amount). It’s responsible for numerous important functions, including acting as a “key in the maintenance of cellular function, especially in the brain.”

While phosphatidylserine is listed as “possibly effective” for addressing some aspects of age-related mental decline and Alzheimer’s disease, it’s important to point out that most of the available clinical evidence was obtained using supplements derived from cow brains.

However, most modern supplements derive their phosphatidylserine from soy or cabbage. While there’s growing evidence that plant-based phosphatidylserine might provide similar benefits (especially for age-related memory), it’s not as clinically validated.

As we outline in The Truth About Memory Supplements, other common ingredients in these supplements include:

What’s the bottom line?

First, there’s no indication that any of these ingredients are found in Enhance Mind IQ. Second, some have more clinically verified benefits than others. And third, the reality is that—even in a best-case scenario—the clinical evidence indicates that they’ll only provide very mild results.

Will Enhance Mind IQ’s Ingredients Cause Any Side Effects?

In doses under 300mg, phosphatidylserine likely won’t cause anything worse than mild digestive upset—if anything at all. Over this amount, the likelihood of upset stomach and insomnia can increase.

Again (not to sound like a broken record), we don’t know how much phosphatidylserine Enhance Mind IQ contains—or any of its other ingredients, so it’s unknown which side effects you might be likely to experience.

How Much Does Enhance Mind IQ Cost?

Your first Enhance Mind IQ order will only cost you $4.95 S&H, for which you’ll receive a 30-day supply. This will begin your 14-day trial.

On the 14th day, you’ll then be charged the full price of $89.92. At this same time, you’ll be enrolled in the company’s autoship program, which will send you a new bottle of Enhance Mind IQ once per month and charge your card $89.92 each time.

Enhance Mind IQ’s website indicates that they have a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Although according to their terms, it doesn’t appear refunds are available outside of the trial.

To cancel your trial or your autoship enrollment, Enhance Mind IQ’s customer service department can be reached at (866) 512-0453.

Given this steep price and the lack of an ingredients list, are customers finding that Enhance Mind IQ delivers results?

Where Can You Find Legit Enhance Mind IQ Reviews?

According to Enhance Mind IQ’s website, the supplement has been featured in popular media outlets such as The NY Times, Chicago Tribune, USA Today, and more. As a result, they claim it has become “impossible to find.”

Despite this claim, we didn’t encounter a single legitimate review for Enhance Mind IQ at the time of our research. Instead, we only found affiliate websites posing as legitimate customer reviews, which are often intended to mislead instead of inform.

Like the company, one of these affiliate sites claimed that Enhance Mind IQ has received “widespread media attention,” but as we mentioned above, there is zero third-party evidence for these claims.

Are There Other Supplements Like Enhance Mind IQ?

On a more positive note though, the HighYa team has reviewed dozens of these nootropic supplements over the years, including popular options like Geniux, Brain Storm Elite, and Neuroflexyn. Can we learn anything from customer reviews for these supplements?

Like most nutritional supplements, brain boosters like these typically come with low customer ratings (usually 2 stars or less), with common complaints citing failure to deliver results, high prices, and poor customer service. Regarding this last point, many customers complain that it’s next to impossible to cancel trials, stop recurring shipments, or process refunds.

Now, we’re fully willing to admit that Enhance Mind IQ might be the exception to the rule. But when you also factor in the fact that the supplement uses the exact same website template as other nootropic supplements—including Addex IQ, Cognizera, BrainieX, NeuroCell, and many others—many of which come with similarly low customer ratings, we think this is a good reason to be extra diligent about where you spend your money.

From a company perspective, Enhance Mind IQ is manufactured by Premium Health Products Inc. Other than the company’s Florida filing information, however, there’s no additional information available about the company online.

Now, let’s take everything we’ve learned about Enhance Mind IQ and conclude our review.

Will Enhance Mind IQ Enhance Your Mind Or IQ?

The fact of the matter is that we didn’t test Enhance Mind IQ ourselves and there’s no online customer feedback yet. Given this, we have to rely on our experience reviewing dozens of supplement websites just like it, and then use this information to help us come to a conclusion (after all, we’re consumers too!).

So, what data do we have for the supplement? The only ingredient we’re told about is phosphatidylserine, which has mixed results when it comes to fulfilling Enhance Mind IQ’s lofty claims. We also know that the supplement is only sold through a free trial (which we often recommend avoiding, since many customers complain of poor customer service) and that it comes with an exceptionally high price.

Given this, would we spend our personal money on it? In the end, we think talking with our doctor about addressing memory problems or boosting brainpower will provide more real-world benefits than placing an order for Enhance Mind IQ.

Did you sign up for Enhance Mind IQ’s “free” trial? Tell us what you experienced by writing a review below!

Want to Learn Expert Tips for Online Safety?

Join over 3 million HighYa readers who receive weekly how-to guides, tips & reviews and get a FREE COPY of our Complete Online Safety e-book. Enter your email below to get started!

12 Customer Reviews for Enhance Mind IQ

Average Customer Rating: 1.2
Rating Snapshot:
5 stars: 0 4 stars: 0 3 stars: 1 2 stars: 1 1 stars: 10
Bottom Line: 0% would recommend it to a friend
Showing 1-11 of 12
Sort reviews by:

  • How I feel about it

    If you want to pay $90 for a pill that gives you the same effect as Red Bull, it's all up to you. But it doesn't WORK, and if you do the trial and don't like it, BEWARE! They will charge you $90 before your trial expires. My opinion is, get yourself a case of Red Bull, and it gives you the same effect. For a LOT less money.

    If I can give negative stars, I would. All the positive reviews are written by their employees.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (0)
    View all 0 commentsHide comments

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


  • Doesn't work

    We spent over $100 for three bottles, and there is no difference. These things are a rip-off, so don't waste your money.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (0)
    View all 0 commentsHide comments

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    The most dishonest company I've ever had the displeasure to do business with!

    I was looking online for something to help with cognitive, speech and ambulatory disability and found this company with their own fantastic reviews and empty promises, but being foolishly curious, I delved into the cost of this "miracle" brain enhancer to the degree of having to fake an order to find out the cost. Not pleased with the price, I left the website only to receive a "thank you for your order" email a few days later (to my dismay).

    After calling them the next week to cancel the order that I never submitted, they claimed they could not cancel, but when I received the product, they would issue an RMA. Well, after approximately four weeks, I finally received the product and promptly called them to return. I returned it in the same box that they shipped with the address and RMA number plainly typewritten and covering my original address.

    Weeks later, I still have no credit. Phoning the crooks reveals they have no record of receiving the return and pretty plainly said they are not going to give me a refund because my return was past their "60-day from receipt of order" return allowance. It doesn't matter that I never truly submitted the order or that it took nearly 30 days to get the damn poison pills.

    I would not ever use them or any of their products, or for that matter, cross the street to help them if they were on fire. That was a $150 lesson!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (1)
    View all 1 commentsHide comments
    • Mar 8, 2017

      Gary Hardison

      One error, or just an omission on my review, about this is the worst company that I've ever dealt with. The bottom statement, about whether I would or wouldn't recommend this to a friend is still "no." I wouldn't even recommend it to my enemy.

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


  • 6 out 6 people found this review helpful

    Patiently waiting

    • Feb 28, 2017

    I am currently taking Enhance Mind IQ (I have been doing so for three and a half weeks now). Last week I started having an upset stomach and anxiety. I purchased this product through the website offer of "buy three for $29.99 and get two for free" but was charged $149.98. When I called to ask about the price and to cancel the product I was told that they couldn't stop the nor cancel the product (I spoke with Arianna). I received the package ten days later, and I called to make sure that I will not be billed again and that it is canceled (this time I spoke to Martin).

    I have not had any improvement in my memory just yet, and I am waiting patiently to see if there will be any change since I have only taken it for a few weeks.

    I will post any changes that I come across. Right at this moment, I will not recommend this to anyone until I see for myself if this product is worth it.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (0)
    View all 0 commentsHide comments

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


  • 3 out 3 people found this review helpful

    Nothing to their claims

    It is nothing like they claim. This is a bad scam. They have dried cabbage leaves in their capsules or some other plant and sell it for mega bucks. It is the worst scam I have ever got duped for.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (0)
    View all 0 commentsHide comments

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


  • 9 out 9 people found this review helpful

    Scam in Enhance Mind IQ

    I placed an order for Enhance Mind IQ, supposedly on the 22nd of January, however, the receipt I printed did not have a date on it, and I was not totally aware of the 14-day trial.

    My account was debited $89.92 on the 6th of February, and I canceled on the 6th of February. When I called in, I was told (in a very inaudible voice by) the representative there was nothing that could be done. I asked to speak with a supervisor, and then Walter got on the line and said the account had been canceled.

    The 14-day trial should have started after I received the product, which was the 26th of January, not when I placed the order. This is a very unreputable company that preys on people. Plus, the advertising compares it to the movie Limitless and the TV series, but it is not. It does nothing, and there is no effect from this product. I offered to return it, however, I was told there was nothing that could be done.

    The 14-day trial should have been on the 9th of February because I received it on the 26th of January. Please advise every consumer that this is a B.S. product, with B.S. results, and the company is, even more, B.S. I want a full refund!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (0)
    View all 0 commentsHide comments

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


  • 5 out 5 people found this review helpful

    Scam, doesn't work

    The product doesn't do what they claim, as far as enhancing any brain functions. But even worse is the company itself.

    They say that they have a 30-day guarantee, but they charge you every 26 days, so there is a built-in period where you can't get a refund if you are dissatisfied because the third party servicing company can only do the last order. So on day 26, you call to cancel and they can only cancel and refund the order you haven't even received yet.

    The whole thing is very shady. That also applies to their Enhanced Sleep product.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (0)
    View all 0 commentsHide comments

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


  • 8 out 8 people found this review helpful

    Web page is misleading

    I purchased the package as "buy two, get one free." The price listed for two bottles was $39.99, but my email confirmation on the purchase was showing $119.

    There is only one number listed for customer service. Their customer service rep Irving (#40093) explained to me that the retail total of three bottles was approximately $180 and that I actually received a discounted deal. So, in turn, they don't really have package deals.

    After being persistent about the website pricing (which he told me has nothing to do with customer service), he gave me a 25% discount. Yet the site says you can save 60% on your purchase. There aren't any savings! Read the terms and agreement.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (0)
    View all 0 commentsHide comments

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


  • 7 out 8 people found this review helpful

    Rip off!

    The pill is a lie, and they just drained my bank account. Now I have no money for my bills. I ordered it for my daughter to try and help her. Now we're both screwed!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (0)
    View all 0 commentsHide comments

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


  • 10 out 10 people found this review helpful

    Enhance Mind IQ is a scam!

    • Farmington, Utah,
    • Jan 16, 2017

    Do not fall victim to this scam!

    I ordered a sample of Enhance Mind IQ while on a trip. When I arrived home, I received two orders, both of which included another product, Enhanced ZZZ. What I didn't realize was that the second order wasn't just a mistake. They had already shipped my first paid order on an autoship and had billed me nearly $90.

    I noticed the charge on my card and called to find out what was happening. I was told that my two-week trial had expired without canceling. They suggested that I could have a 50% refund and keep the product.

    I have several major problems:

    1. The product does NOT work.
    2. They started shipping (and billing) before I could cancel.
    3. When my wife called to cancel and get a refund, they told her they could only refund 50%.
    4. They outsource the support. When I called back to request a FULL refund, they said that the account had been canceled and there was nothing that they, as a third party could do.
    5. I called a number on the packing list to try to get to the company directly and got the message to enter the number I was trying t o reach, then got the message that they could not connect me.
    6. When I finally found and called the company number, they told me again that the account had been canceled and there was nothing they could do about it. I spoke to a "supervisor" and got the same answer.
    7. They offered to give me an address I could write to but had no one and for me to speak to and no phone number for someone that had the authority to give me a full refund.
    8. They also sent me another product of theirs, Enhance ZZZ. I must have missed a checkbox when I did this on my phone. I tried it thinking that it was a freebie. It doesn't work, and they charged me for it. Of course, it is part of the same deal, so they only want to give me a 50% refund on this as well.

    Based on the above, I think this is one big SCAM.

    The products don't work, and they refuse to give any real assistance. They do, however, make it very easy to go around in circles trying to get satisfaction. They are quick to offer the 50% refund but still charge for the original trial offer of $4.95 and half of the first order (about $50). They make it hard to reach anyone, and then they have no authority to do much.

    It might be different if the stuff did any good, but it does not. Don't get suckered into this!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (1)
    View all 1 commentsHide comments
    • Feb 11, 2017

      Theodore Tsitsilianos

      I've heard only negative comments on Enhance Mind IQ. I received the trial offer on February 3rd, and today is February 11th. I called to cancel the auto-renewal for future shipments.

      The trial time is 14 days, but they give you 60 capsules per bottle. If you do not pay attention 30 days go by, and you won't be able to get a refund. They also want to charge you for an unreasonable amount (60 capsules-14 days trial=46 pills) of $42.00 for a trial bottle. This is a scam.

      I reminded Niki (I did not write down her number) that the advertisement said, "get your free trial bottle." I told her I could send the whole bottle back, but she told me that I have to take for supplements for an extended time for them to work. So I continued taking them because the 14-day trial is not long enough to notice any difference. How would I know that it works?

      After raising my voice, she consented. The $4.95 shipping and $1.95 insurance is not refundable. I did not get insurance, but by then I had enough.

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


  • 24 out 24 people found this review helpful

    Information

    I'm going to give you information on the product you stated you couldn't get. I ordered the product (not through the trial supply, thank goodness). I just called to make sure I wasn't going to be enrolled in an auto charge/refill and surprisingly the number you provided was legit and the customer service was pretty easy to communicate with.

    The label information you said you didn't have I was hoping to submit a pic of both sides for your information but was unable too.

    I can tell you that the ingredients on the bottle are very vague. All it really says is "50 mg of Ginkgo Biloba (as 24% extract)" and "727 mg Proprietary Blend = St. John's Wort (as .3% ext.), Glutamine as L-glutamine HCI), Phosphatidylserine Complex, Bacopa Monnier (20%Bacosides), Dimethylaminoethanol Bitrate, Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Vinpocetine".

    Now I have no idea what these ingredients are but maybe they can aid you in your ability to deduce whether this product is actually viable. Personally, I have felt very little if any kind of effect. Hoping this helps, Thanks.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    Help others find the most helpful reviews

    Was this review helpful?

    yes no
    Comments (0)
    View all 0 commentsHide comments

    Do you have an account? Log In before commenting.

    (If you don’t have an account – don’t worry, you can create it after)


Showing 1-11 of 12

Write a review for Enhance Mind IQ!

Share your experience to help others avoid scams & discover great products!

Write a Review