Welcome to my Neuro Peak Review and Neuro Peak vs Adderall comparison. I think we can all agree that nootropics are in vogue. Will they stand the test of time? Who knows. The interesting part to me is that all of these “nootropics” have been around for ages, but no one called them nootropics before.
From the Modafinils to the herbs and nootropic blends, people all over the world are searching for a competitive edge. I’ve tested and experimented with mostly all the current nootropics on the market and have a handle on what works for me.
The important thing to remember about nootropics is everyone is affected differently, and it’s important to be careful. Brain chemistry is not something that should be fiddled with often or at all.
In this article, we’ll explore Neuro Peak ingredients, current Reviews for Neuro Peak, Neuro Peak vs Adderall, reported side effects, and of course, my two cents.
Zhou Neuro Peak Review
- DMAE (Dimethylaminoethanol)
- Bacopa Monnieri
- Rhodiola Rosea Extract
- Ginkgo Biloba Extract
- Vitamin B-12 (500 mcg 8,333% DV)
The first thing I noticed that I want to point out before moving forward is that Zhou Nutrition urges users to take Neuro Peak every day for the best results. According to them, the results are cumulative.
The reason I highlighted the B-12 dose above is that personally, I wouldn’t take that much B-12 every day, nor would I recommend that daily dose of B-12 to anyone.
Current Reviews for Neuro Peak
Before I share my Neuro Peak vs Adderall comparison, let’s see what current users have to say about their experiences with Neuro Peak. I investigated the reviews – mostly current – to identify positive and negative trends.
Here’s what I found:
- You may experience an energy boost when taking this product, which in my humble opinion, stems mostly from the hefty B-12 dose than anything else
- Don’t be surprised if this product does nothing for you. A lot of people are experiencing zero effects.
- Neuro Peak may lift your brain fog and help you wake up quicker in the morning
- The supplement may help your memory fire faster to recall thoughts and bits of information
- It may make you sleepy instead of awake. I found this point interesting because B Vitamins put me to sleep. That’s why I stopped taking them many moons ago.
- This product may enhance your focus while studying
- With the right expectations (don’t expect any miracles here), you may find that Neuro Peak gives you a slight advantage
While investigating the current reviews, here are the reported Neuro Peak side effects I came across:
- Sluggishness/Sleepy Feeling
- Panic Attack
The most common side effect I saw reported is headaches.
Neuro Peak vs Adderall
I know most people swear by Adderall. If you’re like me and don’t have problems focusing and are sensitive to substances that make you feel speedy, I’d steer clear of both of these substances.
Having said that, I wouldn’t put Neuro Peak in the same sentence as Adderall. Adderall is astronomically more powerful than Neuro Peak. The most I used Adderall was back in college, and it worked quite well when I needed to cram or get a large project done in record time.
I’ve also used Modafinil, which is essentially a light version of Adderall. None of this stuff will turn you into Bradley Cooper from Limitless, including Modafinil.
Of the three substances – Neuro Peak, Modafinil, and Adderall – Adderall is far and away the most powerful depending on the dosage.
A 30mg time-release Adderall is strong stuff. A large dose of B-12 and a handful of herbs (Neuro Peak) is no match for a 30mg Adderall XR.
Want to know what I take that’s better and safer than all of this stuff? Green tea and Cordyceps
Now it’s time for my Neuro Peak review. I think if you made it this far, you already know that I’m not impressed by this product. I had honestly hoped that it might be a decent product when I first came across it.
At least it costs a lot less than popular male performance enhancement supplements that are also questionable, such as Test X180.
Here are my thoughts on Neuro Peak:
- Whenever I see a company urge users to take a product for longer periods to achieve results, this tells me that the product most likely doesn’t work. Is there any better way to milk a user for money than telling them to take more after the product doesn’t work? No.
- On the Neuro Peak product label, Zhou clearly lists B-12 as a key ingredient. Strangely enough, B-12 doesn’t appear on the list of ingredients in the product description. Neuro Peak is basically B-12 with some fluff ingredients tossed in around it.
- Under each active ingredient in the product description, words such as “thought to promote” and “believed to provide” are thrown around. In other words, there’s no scientific evidence proving that Neuro Peak’s ingredients work.
- The B-12 is Cyano instead of Methyl. Vitamin B-12 Cyano vs Methyl: Cyanocobalamin is synthetic B-12 while methylcobalamin is natural B-12. I don’t take B-12, but if I did, I would take the methylcobalamin form.
- I also feel compelled to highlight that a lot of positive Neuro Peak reviews look fake. Be sure to go through the “current” reviews to see how many people said this stuff didn’t work.
Overall, Neuro Peak looks like more of a gimmick product designed to profit off the nootropic wave before it breaks than anything else. At least if you decide to give it a try and it doesn’t work, you’re not losing too much dough.
With the right expectations, you may find some value in Neuro Peak, but more than likely you’ll wonder why you bought it. I know how easy it is to fall into the trap of clever marketing and think that a product will work wonders.
When I was younger, I experimented and fell for several marketing tricks. Now that I’m older, I know the tricks. The funny part is the same ol’ tricks still work and will continue to work.
Hopefully, you found my Neuro Peak review to get an unbiased perspective before you buy.