Braino Review: Braino or Drano?
Braino is a sort of odd nootropic offering that we just happened across. It is not easy to find, but it is offered by Amazon Nutrition, which is apparently a supplement maker that offers its supplements online via its website. There is no Amazon listing, no eBay listing, and no other listing we could find. There are not many reviews written about this product – probably because the reviewers are scared to try it for the recommended dosage. It could be Draino for all we know.
The Real Deal or Another Placebo?
Island Nutrition is the company that makes Braino. The label is an ugly blue sticker with a pink brain on it. A search for Island Nutrition and Amazon Nutrition yields essentially nothing. Island Nutrition is nowhere to be found, and Amazon Nutrition has a very generic website with a phone number with a Las Vegas area code – 702. What is going on here? Braino is either a fake product or fake company has made this. While we did not do clinical testing on such a risky supplement, we imagine it is probably filled with rice bran, soybean meal, or other filler.
Pro’s and Con’s
– You could be the first person to ever order this supplement
– Mysterious company has made this that does not disclose any details about itself
– There is no way to verify the ingredients
– It is potentially dangerous for those who take it
Summary: Braino is a Gamble with Your Health
At best, Braino is a sugar pill that will not benefit you in any way. At worst, it could cause serious harm and health issues for those who take it. Besides having the website based out of Las Vegas, taking Braino is a huge gamble – we cannot recommend you take it. Instead, we suggest browsing through the reviews of our top products, to find something that suits your needs.
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