NooCube - Boost your brainpower!

What if I told you that you can improve your focus, memory, and your overall brain health with just two capsules a day?

I know, I couldn't believe it either. That's why I decided to test NooCube and share with all my readers how it went. 

NooCube is a daily supplement designed to enhance brain function by supporting focus, mental speed and memory. It’s the perfect blend of brain vitamins, amino acids, and other building blocks essential for healthy, well- functioning neurotransmitters.

It all started with finding the website through a blogger program - where companies reach out to bloggers for reviews and so on. I was completely blown away by the claims of Noocube and because of it, I decided to contact the company and see for myself.  And you know what? They agreed to send me the product to test and try. Yay!

I've been testing the product for about a month - the first two weeks I took it on a daily basis and later on I switched to using it when needed.

Okay, I talked about improving brain functions - so what's the deal? What does it really do?

NooCube is made from nootropics. Nootropics are drugs that have cognitive enhancing effects. In other words, they improve mental processes such as memory and concentration. Which is why they are more commonly known as smart drugs. These supplements have the ability to:


Well, all is well and good, but what does that mean for me?

That's a really good question. First, let me tell you, WHY I wanted to take these supplements
It's because I don't get enough sleep (for years now, sadly) and it does have an effect on my brain functions. It means that sometimes when I want to do something creative, or you know, write a blog post that would be somehow coherent, I need all the brainpower I can get. But my brain says, nooo, you need sleep, go get some rest, or let's just watch TV or read a book. But yeah, be lazy, it's better for you. Sure it is. 

It means my motivation is at a low point and I can't kick myself into doing all the things I have on my checklist. 

And I can't leave my life on a stopping point because I don't do everything that I should be doing, right? I needed an extra kick to finish my tasks. To make my creativity flow easier. 

And truth to be told, I was hoping that NooCube would do the trick for me.

At first, I took it for about two weeks, every single day - two capsules a day, every morning right before or with breakfast. 

The first day, nothing happened. I didn't feel any different.
The second day, about 1 hour after I took the supplement I noticed my laziness fade and my motivation come strong. That day I had absolutely no problem with finishing all my tasks!
After a week, I noticed that I was more determined and it was easier for me to just do stuff. No need to ponder and wonder how, when and why, just do it. Of course, I'm not talking about life-changing decisions, but more about work related stuff and blogging stuff. 

However, I didn't notice the boost every single day. That's why I stopped taking them daily, but rather switched to taking them when I needed something done. Like when I have a deadline and really need to get moving. 

And you know what? I prefer to take them this way. Because I can feel the effect coming to life and I don't feel like I may be depending on a drug to function on a daily basis. 

The effect lasts (on me) for about 8-9 hours before it fades away. I don't feel restless or anything similar, just motivated and focused. It's actually a great feeling (coming from someone who is anxious and normally quite lazy). 

The capsules are soft and I don't have a problem with swallowing them. But I do feel a heavy weight in my stomach if I don't drink plenty of water with them (about 3 dl of water or juice). 

The ingredients are all-natural and don't contain any GMO, Caffeine or Gluten. 

I honestly enjoy this product and I'm a sad to see my bottle coming to an end. Why? Because NooCube is an amazing product but is also pretty expensive.

At almost 40€ per bottle (it's cheaper if you do buy in bulk tho), it makes me weep with sadness, but at the same time, it gives me hope that it will be there when I'll need it the most. 

What do you think? Would you try it? 

* This product was sent to me for review purposes by the company or their PR. My reviews are always honest.  

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