What Is Neuro Lit?

Published on: Apr 4, 2017

Neuro Lit is a memory/energy supplement (often referred to as a nootropic) that claims to be able to provide sustained energy, attention, focus and concentration, all without any sort of crash or side effects. The supplement is provided by Woolsy Corporation Limited, a company based out of Newark, Delaware.

In order to provide these admittedly impressive sounding benefits, the product claims to use clinically proven ingredients in its formula, even going so far as to say that the supplement is “the first product that delivers the right dosage with a natural time release that does not overwork the heart.” The product also claims to improve blood flow, as well as increase the amount of learning neurotransmitters in the brain.

These are some seriously bold claims, and at HighYa, we realize that many of our readers come to this site with one major question in mind: “Will this product really work for me?” In order to determine if Neuro Lit will really deliver on the lofty claims made by its manufacturer, we first need to break down exactly how the supplement is supposed to work in the body. From there, we’ll cross-reference the information from the manufacturer to information from authority sites such as WebMD to see how they stack up against the science.

Let’s dive in!

How Does Neuro Lit Claim To Work?

According to the Neuro Lit website, the supplement works by delivering a carefully selected, research-backed combination of several key ingredients in order to maximize your brain's potential to learn, retain knowledge and focus on the task at hand.

The company also claims that the product is highly recommended by physicians, and attempts to illustrate this by providing a clinical study carried out by the University of Maryland Medical Center.

So, how exactly do these claims hold up against the science behind the ingredients included? In order to answer that, we’ll have to take a closer look at each of the ingredients in Neuro Lit, deciding if any or all of them are effective for increasing mental performance.

Are The Ingredients In Neuro Lit Effective For Boosting Mental Performance?

The main website for the product states that Neuro Lit includes ingredients that have been hand-selected for their effectiveness at increasing mental capacity, focus, and learning ability. According to the manufacturer, the ingredients used in the supplement include Taurine, Ginkgo Biloba, Vitamin B12, and Bacopa Monnieri. Let’s break down each of these ingredients individually, so we can see how effective they are at delivering on the promise of the supplement.

Taurine: Taurine is an amino acid, which itself is a basic building block of protein. It is found naturally in the brain, heart, retina, and platelets, which are a type of red blood cell. According to WebMD, Taurine, in combination with other ingredients commonly found in Red Bull Energy Drink, might indeed be able to improve attention and reasoning skills in young adults and adolescents. However, nothing is referenced regarding memory, whether alone or when combined with other ingredients.

Ginkgo Biloba: Ginkgo is a large tree native to parts of Asia, including China, Japan, and Korea. WebMD states that the leaf of the tree might indeed be able to provide slight increases in memory, attention, and speed of thinking in healthy adults. It would appear as though most research shows that these results are valid in many cases.

In fact, one study, carried out by the University of Maryland Medical Center (and shown on Neuro Lit’s main website) paints a somewhat positive picture of the plant's effectiveness at improving mental performance. It shows that the leaf of the plant was indeed effective for slightly increasing mental function in healthy adults.

Vitamin B12: B12 is an essential vitamin, meaning the body needs it to function properly. The vitamin can be found in dairy, meat, and fish products, and can also be created in a lab environment. According to WedMD, there is insufficient clinical evidence to illustrate the manufacturers claims with Vitamin B12.

Bacopa Monnieri: This is a plant found often in traditional Indian medicine. The plant actually has some merit based on clinical evidence that it can improve memory in healthy adults, according to WebMD. There is no information present, however, on its ability to support mood and focus level, as the manufacturer of Neuro Lit purports.

So, what does this tell us, all in all? While authoritative websites like WebMD do in fact tell us a few of Neuro Lit’s ingredients may help improve mental performance, there isn’t the same level of evidence that they can provide any of the other benefits referenced on the supplement’s website.

Neuro Lit Pricing & Return Policy

Looking at the main website, it seems that the only way to purchase Neuro Lit is through a 14-day trial, where you’ll only pay $4.95 to receive a full-size bottle.

While this might initially sound like a good deal, it’s very important to understand that as soon as your trial ends (which begins on the date your order is placed), you’ll be charged the full price of $95.

You’ll also be automatically enrolled in Neuro Lit’s autoship program, and you’ll continue receiving a new bottle once per month, at a cost of $99.99 each time. ($95.00 for the product and $4.99 for the shipping & handling)

At HighYa, we feel it is our responsibility to inform you about these types of billing schemes, and we always do our best to present the information in a clear, concise manner. If you’d like to learn more about these autoship programs, as well as how you can avoid them in the future, check out our in-depth guide on the subject right here.

The Bottom Line: Is Neuro Lit The Magical Pill for You?

Given all of the information above, what can we conclude about Neuro Lit and the claims made by its manufacturer? We’ve learned that a few of the ingredients inside the supplement may indeed help with memory, attention, and speed of thinking, but overall, there isn’t enough evidence based on clinical studies, medical reports and other authoritative sources to corroborate all of the manufacturers lofty claims about Neuro Lit.

In addition, although the main Neuro Lit website cites the study carried out by the University of Maryland Medical Center as evidence of the supplements effectiveness, it should be noted that this particular study relates only to a single ingredient used in Neuro Lit, Ginkgo Biloba. You could argue that the study looks like it’s for Neuro Lit itself.

Finally, at the high price of $99.00 per month for a subscription to the supplement, we don’t think (based on our findings from authoritative websites) that the benefits gained from regular usage of Neuro Lit will be worth the money you will spend to acquire it. Based on the numerous negative customer reviews of products sold only through free trials, we might recommend keeping this in mind if you’re planning on placing an order for Neuro Lit.

Considering everything we’ve discussed, are there other methods for increasing mental performance safely and effectively?

There are a variety of different tricks and methods used by people all over the world that can help you maximize your energy throughout the day in order to get more things done. Even small changes to your routine can help you stay focused for longer, allowing you to be more productive throughout the day.

This is a topic we care about very deeply here at HighYa, so we’ve created this handy guide to help provide you tips & tricks to improve your focus, energy and productivity, as well as manage your stress levels.

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7 Customer Reviews for Neuro Lit

Average Customer Rating: 1.6
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5 star: 1 4 star: 0 3 star: 0 2 star: 0 1 star:  6
Bottom Line: 14% would recommend it to a friend
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  • Scam that'll take your money without consent

    • Aug 3, 2017
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    I was sucked into this scam and not only charged $95, but they sent Neuro Jolt without my consent and authorization and charged me another $99. And I NEVER received either of the two products I was ridiculously charged for! I have fraudulent claims in process at my financial institution.

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

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    • Oklahoma,
    • Jul 27, 2017
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    I had a really good experience with this product. Yes, it is expensive, but actually, after paying the initial $99, my monthly payment is $49.95 for the 30-day supply. All of these reviews are about the price and not the product. It works great, helps me focus, and gives me energy. They aren't free, people. If you're looking for a cheap supplement, go to Walmart.

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Do not feed the evil with your hard earned money

    • Templeton, CA,
    • Jul 27, 2017
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    This is a group of strategic criminal that are dishonest and need to be jailed. They suck you in with a product that has no test that includes all the alleged ingredients. They did their own test on one product in the pills and generalize their report. That's the hook.

    Then the $3.96 is a low and harmless number to get your account number. Now they use the word "trial" to steal. And your trial is over before they even ship the product. The another word they use "ID Membership" and that is a word they justify their unauthorized access to your money. And they conceal their access by never sending a billing statement or a shipping notice. Then when you find out they have been taking big chunks of your hard earned money. They insult you with a policy of only returning 40% of what they have stolen from you and drag their feet on that.

    I am reporting them to Facebook, the BBB, and the police. Also a lab is going to test it and make sure that nothing harmful is there, and I am personally starting a lawsuit that might end up a class action suit. The world does not need selfish criminals taking anybody's money and playing word games. They might have their policy, but the law will take these evil criminals to prison where they belong.

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

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    • Jul 28, 2017

      Jessica

      Unfortunately, I didn't do the necessary research on this product and scam, so I was sucked into it as well. But on top of the ridiculous $95, they automatically sent me Neuro Lit without my consent and authorization and charged another $99 to my account, just two days after the first $95 charge. I have fraudulent claims processing at my bank for a refund of my money now.

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  • Do not give them your money!

    • Colorado,
    • Jul 11, 2017
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    I would NOT give these wankers a star at all, but you have to at least pick one. These people are liars and scammers. They pulled the monthly charge on me, and I immediately called to cancel and get a refund. From a $47.50 charge, they only gave me $19 back, claiming that I agreed to a 40 percent refund, which I did NOT. I sent the pills back, they were received, and they still won't give me the rest of the money back. One guy left me on hold for 20 minutes, trying to get me to hang up, which I did. I called again, and they won't refund anything else. They suck, big time! Companies like this really make me angry.

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

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  • This is a totally dishonest

    • Houston, TX,
    • Jul 4, 2017
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    I put my hopes in this product. I read all the good things about it, but finally, I realized that this is nothing but a very well organized money making company. They took the money from me (and I guess so many other naïve persons like me) and they never send me my trial.

    The reason? I think because, in my stupidity of believing the advertising, I was smart enough to pay the shipping costs with a prepaid credit card.

    Of course, I waited and waited and never received my trial in the mail or a refund for the shipping cost of $5 (these times thousands of people will make a very juice business). This has to stop; this is not an honest way of making money!

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

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  • 2 out 2 people found this review helpful

    Stay away

    They have rogue advertisements that don't even have a fine print that says that you're signing up for a membership. It only advertises the price of a $4.95 trial. Even the email confirmation doesn't say anything about signing up for a membership and that if you don't cancel in five days, you will get charged $194.00. The product itself doesn't even work and is a complete marketing scheme. Stay away from the company "SECRET SERUM" and "NEURO LIT."

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

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Scam of a company

    I ordered the 14-day free trial, and you pay about $4.99 for shipping and handling. The site states that if you cancel within 14 days, you will pay shipping and handling only. If not, you will be sent the next 30-day supply, and charged $95.

    After trying this and having no noticeable response to Neuro Lit, I called to cancel around the 12th day. They will not let me cancel unless I send them back the "product," which I took. Or pay $59, which is half of the month supply cost. The person just keeps repeating it to me in the phone. So I couldn't take it anymore and hung up. They've tried to charge my credit card four times, but luckily it gets denied due to insufficient funds.

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

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