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Contains 40 Different Nutrients
Premium Nootropic Compounds
Other Powerful Ingredients Include
For Better Verbal Recall, Analytical Thinking, and Improved Brain Health
After hundreds of hours of research and development, we’ve created the ultimate brain-boosting supplement loaded with 40 powerful mind-nurturing nutrients. Each of our brain-supporting staples have been carefully selected for both their individual benefits and their synergistic properties.
Brain Surge IQ supports the brain’s production of key neurotransmitters among other important pathways to help achieve optimal brain function.
If you’re suffering from brain fog, mental fatigue, and an overall lack of concentration, Brain SurgeIQ can help improve cognitive function ten-fold.
Manufactured in the United States, Brain Surge IQ is a Premium Nootropic designed to boost your mood, promote calming relaxation, enhance your ability to both learn and create.
Premium Nootropic ingredients are rare and hard to source. This often results in some supplement manufacturers using synthetic fillers and binders to cut corners and costs. Brain Surge IQ contains only the highest quality ingredients, including the Essential 3 brain health ingredients, Huperzine A, Bacopa Extract, and Phosphatidylserine.
Each batch is manufactured under the strictest guidelines, and rigorously tested to ensure the purest and most potent brain enhancing supplement possible. Above this, Brain Surge IQ triple-verifies our products, having an independent third-party label test each batch within their own parameters.
We advise taking two (2) capsules once a day as a dietary supplement. For the best results, we recommend taking your capsules roughly 30 minutes before a meal with a glass of water. For more information and support, speak to your health care professional.
Everyone is unique, and results will vary from person to person. While you should begin to see results almost immediately, Brain Surge IQ comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Should you fail to see results within this period, please contact our customer service team, and they’ll be happy to issue a full refund.
All of the ingredients contained in Brain Surge IQ are 100% natural and completely safe. While we do also guarantee third-party testing and product approval, we strongly recommend speaking to your physician before purchasing Brain Surge IQ, or any other supplement.
DHA: Healthy brain cells are 90% DHA, which plays a critical role in brain structure and function and
contains neuro-protective properties to enhance memory and learning ability.(12)
Huperzine A: Increases acetylcholine levels responsible for communication between the brain and body.(13)
Phosphatidylserine: Component of the cell membrane linked to the brain’s ability to remember. Can help restore memory, prevent memory loss, and alleviate stress and anxiety.
Bacopa Extract: Contains antioxidant properties that increase brain cell protective chemicals. Can improve memory, speed of visual information processing, and learning rate, while reducing anxiety.(15)
L-glutamine: An essential amino acid and a precursor to the brain’s most abundant neurotransmitter – glutamate. A proper balance of glutamine and glutamate helps optimize cognition. (17)
GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid): Amino acid and neurotransmitter. Helps regulate glutamate to keep it from overwhelming the mind.GABA also acts as a brake on chemicals released under stress. (18)
Choline Bitartrate: A Choline that’s bound to tartaric acid to increase bioavailability. Choline is the primary building block for acetylcholine. Enhances cognition, memory, sleep, and even stability, balance, and mobility. (19)
B Vitamins (B1-B9): Supports energy production, DNA repair, myelin sheathing repair, and the synthesis of brain chemicals and signaling molecules. May help prevent dementia and preserve brain health. (20)
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† THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE, OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE.