Neurosurge Review: A surge of help for your brain
Neurosurge: Well, in the beginning we were a bit confused. When we googled Neurosurge, we found several reviews online and it seemed as though Neurosurge was pretty popular. We also found Neurosurge reviewed and being sold on several websites. But you know where we didn’t find Neurosurge being sold? On its manufacturer’s website. Yes, we actually think Neurosurge is no longer being sold for some reason.
Manufacturer and website:
As we mentioned above, we are a bit perplexed as to what’s going on with Neurosurge. According to every source online, Neurosurge is manufactured by a company called Neogenix. Yet when we go on Neogenix’s website, we can’t find Neurosurge being sold. Yet, we can supposedly buy Neurosurge on other websites. So honestly, we don’t know what’s going on.
What we do know is that Neogenix is based out of Miami, Florida, the US and focuses on providing performance supplements. It currently sells three formulas (Bodyforge, Supremacy, and Velocity) but it appears that it no longer sells Neurosurge.
Neogenix’s website is pretty extreme and macho looking. The website is mainly black and bold neon colours and seems like it’s reaching out to the younger male crowd. It was however pretty easy to find out information on the products, how to purchase them and whom to contact with any questions or concerns.
One great thing about Neurosurge is that Neogenix listed all of their ingredients and the exact amounts of each. Also another interesting thing about Neurosurge is that it’s a powder. The powders come in different flavours, specifically fruit punch and blue raspberry.
Regarding Neurosurge’s ingredients, the most interesting thing was the amount of caffeine in one dose. One serving of Neurosurge contains 300 mg of caffeine anhydrous, which honestly is quite a lot. Just to give you an idea of how much caffeine that is, one cup of coffee contains about 100 mg of caffeine. So if you happen to take two scoops, it’s like drinking six cups of coffee in one sitting!
Neurosurge also contains beta-methoxy-PEA. It was difficult finding information on beta-methoxy-PEA outside of Neurosurge’s website, but we did discover that it is thought to cause your body to release norepinephrine, which increases the flow of adrenaline throughout the body and as a result boost your energy and better your mood.
Other ingredients in Neurosurge are acetyl-l-carnitine, which is known to increase energy production in your cells and huperzine A, which inhibits the destruction of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. One interesting ingredient was agmatine sulfate, which boosts nitric oxide in our blood and allows our veins to widen and as a result blood flow more easily. One more ingredient was theobromine anhydrous, which in fact is similar to caffeine believe it or not. It stimulates the heart more than your central nervous system to increase your blood circulation.
I don’t know if you caught on, but Neurosurge appears to mainly want to increase your energy and blood flow. It contains quite a bit of caffeine and caffeine-like substances and most of its other ingredients mainly focus on increasing your blood flow to your brain.
Well, according to reviews on other websites, Neurosurge used to cost $49.95 (USD) for a one month supply. But like we said, we couldn’t find Neurosurge on an official website, so we don’t know if you can still purchase it. We did find Neurosurge being sold on websites such as BodyBuilding.com, but we don’t know if that’s just an old entry that BodyBuilding.com never deleted.
Pro’s and Con’s:
- Neurosurge will certainly provide you quite energy.
- The most obvious con is that we’re uncertain if you can even buy Neurosurge anymore.
- Some of the flavours might tasted a bit strange.
We would have given Neurosurge at least an average score but we weren’t even able to figure out how to purchase it. So unfortunately we’re kind of uncertain of what to say about Neurosurge.
Total Score: 70%