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    • Mar 20, 2016
    • Verified Reviewer


    OptiMind isn't bad

    Overall Experience:

    So I started taking Optimind at the beginning of March as a potential replacement for my Adderall prescription (one 30mg a day). So far, two weeks later, I can't say it has replaced it in totality, however, I will say that over the course of last week (Mar 7-11) I had certainly begun experiencing a certain clarity in regards to memory. Short term for sure, long term has yet to be seen. I also didn't feel like I had to force myself to do research on certain things such as computer and network engineering for work, instead I wanted to. I felt slightly motivated and encouraged to pursue knowledge whether or not it pertained to my job as a network engineer/administrator.

    I personally take two of these supplements in the morning before work. Some tips if you're curious; after doing my own research on some of the ingredients that make up this 'nootropic' I suggest eating more carbohydrates, preferably in the evening, think pastas and bread, and stay well hydrated throughout the day. 3-4 16.9oz bottles of water personally, and I'm sure I should drink more. For the first week of March I still drank a small energy drink in the morning for that quick delicious kick in the right direction, but stopped after the second week because I didn't feel the need to. In short, give it a shot, experiment. After your trial order is placed you can always cancel if you aren't sure you want to stick to it. We all like to experiment with drugs anyway, so I welcome any of you to come to your own conclusion and find your own balance. I'm confident you'll be pleasantly surprised with the things you notice in much the same way I presently am.

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

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