What is Neuro67?
Formulated with natural ingredients, Neuro67 is a nootropic supplement that promises to give you a competitive edge in work and life, help you overcome mental barriers, and even allow you to “upgrade your mind.”
Specifically, we’re told that Neuro67 can enhance focus and concentration, processing speed, working memory, and creativity; improve mood, and tap into the full potential of your brain. It might even boost your mood and reduce stress.
Neuro67 was created by Dr. German Garcia-Fresco and Dr. Juan Pablo Parody to work across two distinctive stages:
- Cellular Process Stage – Here, Neuro67’s ingredients will balance blood flow and neurotransmitter balance, while helping to prevent cellular damage.
- Cognitive Process Stage – Now that your brain has the right nutrients, it will achieve optimized benefits.
The company claims that achieving these results is as easy as taking 2-3 pills per day, preferably with a meal. Within a few weeks, you could experience initial results, with full results achieved in 2-4 months.
A supplement formulated from scientifically proven ingredients, created by two doctors, and has the possibility to boost your mental faculties? Is Neuro67 as good as the website makes it seem, or is it just more of the same wrapped in a different package?
Keep reading, and we'll help you decide if Neuro67 really is the “latest breakthrough in brain nootropics.”
Let’s Quickly Discuss the Brain
Your brain weighs about three pounds and is divided into three parts: the cerebrum (the area that takes up most of the skull), cerebellum (a much smaller area in back), and brain stem (connects the cerebrum and cerebellum to the spinal cord).
The cerebrum can be further divided into four different lobes, each responsible for its own set of tasks:
- Frontal Lobe – At the front of the head. Responsible for behavior, learning, personality, and voluntary movement.
- Parietal Lobe – At the top of the head. Responsible for processing sensory information.
- Occipital Lobe – At the back of the head. Responsible for processing visual data.
- Temporal Lobe – Located in the middle of these lobes. Responsible for hearing.
What’s that point of going over all this?
While the frontal lobe is where much of our memory-related functioning occurs, both it and the parietal lobes are responsible for focus and concentration. Creativity doesn’t involve a single brain region, while emotion (or mood) stems from a pair of almond-sized areas called the amygdalae (singular; amygdala).
In other words, most of the benefits promoted by Neuro67’s manufacturer occur in more than one area of the brain.
To accomplish this, Neuro67 promises to boost the production of neurotransmitters, which are special chemicals that allow brain cells, called neurons, to communicate with other parts of the brain and body.
Is this what Neuro67’s ingredients will accomplish?
Are Neuro67’s Ingredients Effective?
As is often the case with many of the nutritional supplements we review, there wasn’t a label posted on the Neuro67 website. However, we’re told it contains the following ingredients:
- Bacopa Monnieri
- Ginkgo Biloba
- Huperzine A
- Panax Ginseng
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B12
True to the company’s word, according to authoritative websites like WebMD and Examine.com, many of these ingredients have solid clinical evidence showing they might help improve a variety of mental conditions. For example:
Bacopa is a perennial herb native to several different continents, where it’s been used in traditional (Ayurvedic) medicine for years.
300mg of bacopa (and its active ingredient, bacopin) per day may be effective for improving memory in otherwise healthy adults, as well as for improving eye-hand coordination in children.
Originally popular in Chinese medicine for thousands of years, ginkgo biloba is one of the oldest tree species that’s now used around the globe to address many conditions.
120mg to 600mg daily of ginkgo biloba is listed as possibly effective for slightly improving memory and thinking speed, improving symptoms of dementia, and reducing anxiety.
Huperzia serrata is a Southeast Asian and Indian plant. Inside the leaf is a chemical called huperzine A, which may boost production of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.
60mcg to 400mcg of huperzine A per day may help improve some aspects of dementia, as well as to improve memory.
Native to Korea and parts of China and Siberia, Panax ginseng’s active ingredients (ginsenosides or panaxosides) have been used in traditional medicine for more than 4,000 years.
200mg to 4.5g of Panax (Asian) ginseng per day could improve mental performance in those with Alzheimer’s, along with thinking and reaction times in middle-aged adults.
Although the original vinpocetine was derived from the periwinkle plant Vinca minor, much of the chemical found in supplements today is manmade through an intensive process. As a result, it’s typically not considered a “natural” ingredient.
5-10mg of vinpocetine per day seems to improve some aspects of Alzheimer’s disease, as does 300mg of phosphatidylserine derived from cow’s brains.
However, there isn’t the same level of evidence for phosphatidylserine derived from soy or cabbage, which is common in supplements.
Tyrosine is a naturally occurring amino acid in the body and is also found in foods like dairy, meats, fish, eggs, and nuts.
When performing mental tasks under stressful circumstances, such as military training, cold, or sleeplessness, 150mg of tyrosine supplementation seems to provide some measure of benefit.
Finally, carnitine is a chemical produced in the liver and kidneys that helps cells produce energy.
1,500 to 4,000mg of acetyl-l-carnitine daily may improve memory in elderly people and those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
A Couple Points Before Moving On
While it’s positive that many of Neuro67’s ingredients have clinical support, there are three important caveats to remember before moving on:
- First, since there’s no label listed on the supplement’s website, we have no way of knowing if it contains enough of these ingredients to deliver results.
- Second, even if Neuro67 contains sufficient amounts, the clinical evidence for most of its ingredients relates to Alzheimer’s and dementia, while only a handful seem of any use to otherwise healthy adults.
- Last, the clinical evidence seems to indicate that any effects you achieve will likely be mild. So, if you’re expecting a huge surge in mental prowess, you might end up disappointed.
Will You Experience Any Side Effects From Neuro67’s Ingredients?
Authoritative websites indicate that most of us probably won’t experience anything worse than mild digestive upset from Neuro67’s ingredients.
However, ginkgo tends to thin the blood and decrease its ability to form clots, so keep this in mind if you’re already taking blood thinners (or even OTC medications like aspirin).
In rare instances, huperzine A can cause side effects like sweating, blurred vision, slurred speech, and restlessness, and carnitine can cause a “fishy” odor of the urine, breath, and sweat.
The most common side effect associated with Panax ginseng is trouble sleeping.
How Much Does the Neuro67 Brain Pill Cost?
What you pay for Neuro67 depends on how much you buy:
- 1 Bottle: $39.95
- 3 Bottles: $104.85
- 6 Bottles: $179.70
Important note: At the time of our research, there wasn’t a place to enter credit card details when checking out. Regardless of the information we entered, we continuously received the following error:
“Sorry, it seems that there are no available payment methods for your state. Please contact us if you require assistance or wish to make alternate arrangements.”
All Neuro67 orders come with a 30-day money back guarantee, less S&H.
There wasn’t a phone number listed, so we reached out to the company at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about shipping, as well as when their system will be up and running.
We’ll be sure to update this review as soon as a response is received.
Which Nootropic Supplement Is Right for You?
While the manufacturer claims Neuro67 contains an exclusive formula, the reality that you’ll find all of these ingredients in hundreds (perhaps even thousands) of other brain health supplements, many of which we've reviewed.
In fact, brain-boosting supplements like these have become so popular that we wrote an in-depth buyer’s guide that you should definitely read if you’re thinking about handing over your hard-earned money.
How does Neuro67 compare? Without any customer feedback or ingredients dosages to go on, we’re largely left scratching our head about how Neuro67’s formulation is meaningfully different than the vast competition, or why it’s more deserving of your money.
Speaking of money, perhaps Neuro67’s biggest advantage is its price. While some brain supplements can approach (or exceed) $100, it’s priced at a much more reasonable $40. On top of this, it doesn’t appear that you’ll have to deal with any “free” trials or recurring shipping programs.
Regardless of the price, you’ll find that many of these nootropic supplements tend to come with less-than-favorable customer feedback, often with two-star ratings or lower.
Most of these complaints seem to reference no results and high prices, although we’re not necessarily saying you’ll experience any of the same with Neuro67. We’re simply here to provide you with a complete overview of the situation.
Another difference is that Neuro67 claims to be manufactured by two doctors. Let’s quickly discuss this aspect before wrapping up.
Who Are Dr. German Garcia-Fresco & Dr. Juan Pablo Parody? What About Tai Lopez?
Dr. German Garcia-Fresco holds two bachelor's degrees, one in Chemistry and another in Molecular Biology, and a Ph.D. in Neurobiology.
It seems Dr. Garcia-Fresco has his hands in many different enterprises, including owner of a body shop, partner at a real estate “flipping” firm, and owner of Xtreme Park Adventures, an outdoor recreation park.
He is also the Director of the Adaptive Neuroscience Research Institute (ANRI) in West Hollywood, CA, who offers educational programs and products that can “enhance cognition as well as adaptive behaviors that will ultimately help individuals explore and enhance their own potential.”
In addition to his role a co-creator of Neuro67, Dr. Juan Pablo Parody also works as ANRI’s Staff Scientist.
Previously, Dr. Pablo earned his Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from the University of Rosario, Argentina and has spent the past decade researching stress and its relationship to aging and cancer.
Although he’s only mentioned on one of the supplement’s websites, Tai Lopez’s biography indicates that he is an “investor, partner, consultant, or advisor to over 20 multi-million dollar businesses.”
He has a very popular YouTube channel, a “Book of the Day” email newsletter, and created The 67 Steps program to help others learn what his mentors taught him. Perhaps this is where the “67” in Neuro67 comes in?
What’s Our Bottom Line About Neuro67?
Here at HighYa, we always try to break things down to the lowest common denominator. When it comes to Neuro67, we’re told it’ll help you achieve three main benefits:
- It will enhance your focus and concentration, processing speed, working memory, and creativity
- It will help you overcome mental barriers
- It will help you gain a competitive edge in work and life
As reported by authoritative websites, though, it appears most of the clinical evidence for Neuro67’s ingredients relates to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
And for the few ingredients shown to potentially provide benefits for otherwise healthy individuals, the effects have largely proven to be mild. Regardless, we’re not told how much of each ingredient the supplement contains, or if it’s enough.
Might Neuro67 have some beneficial effect on your memory and cognition? According to the clinical evidence, it certainly seems possible.
But will the results you achieve be worth the money you spend? This remains to be seen. The good news is that the company seems to stand behind their supplement with a 30-day refund policy.
Either way, we’d strongly recommend speaking with your doctor if you’re regularly experiencing memory problems.
Did Neuro67 work for you, or was it a waste? Whatever happened, tell us about it in your review below!