About Max Synapse

Max Synapse is a scientifically engineered nootropic supplement that uses a “breakthrough, trademarked, and patented solution” to support a healthy mind, body, and cognitive function.

As a result, you may experience enhanced focus and concentration, improved short and long-term memory, boosted mood, and more. All of which is why Max Synapse is “the #1 brain enhancer”!

The company behind Max Synapse certainly makes a lot of big claims on their website, but do they provide anything meaningful to back them up? Is there any evidence—anywhere—to support them? Here, we’ll take a close look at Max Synapse in order to help you make an informed decision about whether or not it’s worthy of your hard-earned money.

How Does Max Synapse “Promote an Efficient & Effective Mind & Body”?

In a nutshell, Max Synapse claims to increase the production of acetylcholine in your body, a chemical neurotransmitter that helps send signals between nerve cells. In other words, acetylcholine helps cells communicate better.

To do this, Max Synapse contains something called the NZ-405 Supermax Blend, which is a mix of:

Bacopa (and its active ingredient, bacopin) is listed as possibly effective for improving “some measure of memory in otherwise healthy adults.” Similarly, ginkgo might provide a variety of benefits, including slightly improving mental function, reducing anxiety, and improving some dementia-related conditions.

Huperzine may also help improve mental function in patients with dementia, and could also boost memory in otherwise healthy individuals.

Outside of these, however, there isn’t enough clinical evidence showing Max Synapse’s other ingredients can provide any cognitive benefits. But will you really find any of these ingredients in Max Synapse?

What Ingredients Does Max Synapse Actually Contain?

Although the ingredients above were referenced in several areas on the Max Synapse website, the label shown on their Ingredients page lists a completely different blend. This includes:

  • Cortex Dictamni 144mg
  • Cortex Lycii 80mg
  • Flos Lonicerae 160mg
  • Fructus Chaenomelis 32mg
  • Polyporus 80mg
  • Radix Glycyrrhizae 80mg
  • Radix Trichosanthis 80mg
  • Rhizoma Alismatis 32mg
  • Rhizoma Imperatae 80mg
  • Rhizoma Paridis 160mg
  • Rhizoma Smilacis 240mg
  • Semen Coicis 80mg
  • Semen Plantaginis 32mg
  • Additional Blended Herbs 320mg

As with the supplement’s other ingredients, none of these traditional Chinese medicine herbs are clinically proven to boost mental function in any way.

But do the ingredients discussed in the previous section make up the “additional blended herbs” here? All of this raises a lot of questions, so we reached out to the company at support@ultramaxhealth.com and we’ll be sure to update this review as soon as we receive a response.

Max Synapse Potential Side Effects

Despite all of this fuzziness, the good news is that if you experience any side effects from Max Synapse’s ingredients, it probably won’t involve much more than mild digestive upset.

However, according to WebMD, huperzine may also cause “sweating, blurred vision, slurred speech, restlessness, loss of appetite,” and more. And in rare instances, l-carnitine can lead to “a "fishy" odor of the urine, breath, and sweat.”

Side effects or not, how much will Max Synapse’s blend of ingredients cost you?

What’ll You Pay For Max Synapse?

Max Synapse is available in the following quantities:

  • 1 Bottle w/Auto-Ship: $59
  • 3 Bottles: $147
  • 6 Bottles: $264

Important note: If you choose the single bottle option, you’ll continue receiving a fresh bottle of Max Synapse once per month, and your card will be charged $59 each time.

All Max Synapse purchases come with a 30-day money back guarantee, less S&H charges. After browsing through the supplement’s Terms though, we read that it comes with a 90-day refund policy, so once again, we emailed support@ultramaxhealth.com for clarification and will report back as soon as a response is received.

In order to request a refund or cancel your autoship enrollment, customer service can be reached at 800-330-0479 (note: when we attempted to call, we were sent straight to voicemail).

Max Synapse’s Arbitration Agreement

As soon as you place an order on the Max Synapse website, you’ll be bound by an arbitration agreement. If you’ve never heard of this before, it basically means you’re waiving your right to a trial by jury or to join a class action lawsuit related to the supplement.

In general, private arbitration tends to work in the company’s favor, so be sure to keep this in mind before placing your order.

Speaking of the company, what do we know about Max Synapse’s manufacturer?

Who Makes Max Synapse?

Max Synapse is brought to you by UltraMax Health based out of New York, NY. However, outside of affiliate sites paid to promote their supplement, there’s essentially zero information about the company online, including with the Better Business Bureau.

The good news is that we’ve reviewed dozens of popular brain health supplements over the years, including options like Geniux, Brain Storm Elite, Neuroflexyn, and many more. What are customers saying?

Overwhelmingly, they don’t seem happy. Why? Most complain that these supplements don’t work and are priced too high. And in a lot of instances, when they call to request a refund or stop automatic shipments, they claim they were met with poor customer service.

Does this necessarily mean you’ll experience the same with Max Synapse? Let’s wrap everything up.

Will Max Synapse Leave You Scatterbrained?

Although Max Synapse claims to be different from the competition, by featuring a list of largely unproven ingredients, making outrageous claims, and charging a lot of money in the process, it seems like they’re following in these other companies’ footsteps.

On top of this, there seems to be two different ingredients lists on the Max Synapse website. And while everyone makes mistakes, this seems to be a pretty big oversight. We’ll just have to wait and see if the company responds to our request for information in order to clarify things.

In the mean time, we’d recommend speaking with your doctor about any memory problems you’re experiencing, instead of placing an order for Max Synapse. Also, be sure to stay informed by reading our brain boosters buyers guide!

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