When it comes to choosing a nootropic, there are so many products that all promise miraculous brain-boosting effects. If taken at face value, you’d be forgiven for assuming these were the same pills from the movie limitless!
When it comes to Wolfson Berg’s latest nootropic “Noocube”, we find the same high price tag and far fetched health claims that we’d expect to see. Does this product really have the ability to make good on their cognitive enhancement claims?
In this Noocube review, we’re taking at look at what we believe this product has to offer consumers.
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What Is NooCube?
NooCube is a nootropic stack produced by a Cyprus-based company named Wolfson Berg Limited.
One bottle of NooCube costs $54.99, contains 60 capsules and will last users for exactly 1 month provided they stick to the directions. This product is only available via the official NooCube website.
Consumers are told that NooCube is a “clinically proven” nootropic product designed to “enhance brain function”. The ingredients inside NooCube can apparently help improve your focus, mental speed and memory levels, among other health claims.
The website goes on to state that the product is a “perfect blend of brain vitamins, amino acids and other compounds” (despite the formula not actually containing any vitamins).
Does NooCube Work?
Based on our research into this product, we do not believe NooCube will function exactly as described on the website.
Firstly, this product does not contain any ingredients that are officially recognized as having “nootropic-like effects” by the FDA or EFSA. As every single statement on the NooCube website has not been verified by the any governing healthcare regulator, it essentially means there is no concrete scientific evidence to back up the statements.
We believe that the claims NooCube can improve your memory levels, boost your creativity, improve your conversational skills and improve your abilite to multitask are extremely far fetched and highly unlikely for the majority of consumers.
The Pros & Cons Of NooCube
Below is a list of things that we’d consider a positive or negative:
- May help improve focus and concentration.
- Comes with a 60 day money-back guarantee.
- Some ingredients may help contribute towards normal brain function.
- Doesn’t contain any FDA-recognized “nootropic” ingredients.
- Unlikely to improve your memory levels or thought processing speed.
- Manufacturers make many false claims about NooCube’s abilities.
What Are The NooCube Ingredients?
We have found the following supplement facts via the official website:
A Serving (2 Capsules) Contains: Alpha GPC 50mg, AC-11® 175mg, Oat Straw 150mg, Huperzine A 20mg, Bacopa 250mg, L-Theanine 100mg, L-Tyrosine 250mg, Vinpocetine 2.5mg and Pterostilbene 14mcg.
Non-active Ingredients: Gelatin (capsule) and Magnesium Stearate.
Is NooCube Suitable For Everyone?
We do not believe this product is suitable for vegetarians or vegans. It should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women, or by any individual under the age of 18.
Is NooCube Safe?
We would suggest that this product is very likely safe for the majority of those who use it; the NooCube formula does not contain any ingredients that are banned or officially deemed as illicit.
What Are The NooCube Side Effects?
We’ve compiled the following potential side effects based on the ingredients inside this formula:
- Loss of appetite
- Inability to control urination
- High blood pressure
- Slowed heart rate
- Skin rash
- Confusion 
Note: these side effects are possible but may not be the typical user experience.
Are There Any NooCube Reviews From Customers?
We have found the following NooCube review testimonials via customers online:
I followed the instructions on the bottle, which call for taking two capsules with breakfast. Not even an hour after taking the pills I felt nauseous had the urge to vomit, splitting headache and dizziness. As the day progressed, my symptoms became worse until the early evening when my stomach felt like it was being torn apart. Eventually, after moving my bowels, some of my stomach pain subsided, however, I still dealt nausea and diarrhea.
These worked really well for me.
Our Final Verdict On NooCube
To conclude our NooCube review, it’s a bit of a mixed bag – there are things that we like about it and things that we aren’t too blown away by. We believe that this is by no means the most cutting-edge nootropic available; the formula uses some reasonably good nootropic ingredients, however the doses are somewhat low – with such a premium price tag on NooCube, this is disappointing to see.
NooCube is unlikely to make good on the majority of the health claims Wolfson Berg make – it’s highly unlikely to improve your memory, make you better at conversation or improve your ability to multitask. The most we believe consumers should expect from it is slightly improved focus and concentration levels.
Finally, we aware that there are some potentially negative side effects to this product.