Work Juice Review – 3.2/5
What is Work Juice?
Work Juice is an all-natural herbal brain supplement from Brain Forza, an American producer of supplements and nootropics. Brain Forza’s philosophy is that brain performance can only be maximized if whole body health is improved, and their product range reflects that. They formulated Work Juice with ingredients used in the ancient practices of Ayurveda and Chinese medicine.
Work Juice Claimed Effects
Brain Forza state Work Juice targets three main areas of mental function and well being:
It does this by regulating hormones to find the perfect balance for optimal cognitive function and stress management.
Work Juice Ingredients
Work Juice contains only natural, herbal ingredients. The plant extracts it contains have been used for centuries in Chinese medicine and Ayurveda for various ailments, and are largely classed as nootropics. Here’s the formula:
Ashwagandha (KM-66® ) 800mg – This is a really generous dose.
Lemon Balm 500mg
Indian Bacopa 400mg
Rhodiola Rosea Extract 360mg
Red Ginseng Extract 150mg
Gingko Biloba Leaf Extract USP 140mg
XandraPureTM Organic Shizandra 5:1 Extract 115mg
N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) 100mg
Other ingredients: tapioca maltodextrin, milk and a vegetarian capsule.
Work Juice is produced in a GMP-certified and FDA-inspected facility in the USA with the highest standards of quality control.
How does Brain Juice Work?
Here’s how the formula delivers the effects we listed earlier.
Rhodiola rosea is an adaptogen, which improves the way the body responds to stress.
Shizandra extract has a similar effect.
Ashwaganhda reduces anxiety and lemon balm induces a state of calm and relaxation.
NAC has been proven to reduce symptoms of depression.
Indian bacopa supports neurotransmitters, therefore heightening cognitive ability.
Red ginseng allows you to think more clearly.
Gingko improves memory and has been used in the treatment of Alzheimer’s patients.
Work Juice Dosage
Recommended dosage is 4-5 capsules per day, although it would be wise to start out with just 3 and go from there, just in case it causes any side effects.
Work Juice Reviews
Work Juice has had a fairly positive response online. Customers who bought it on Amazon gave it very positive reviews, saying it made them calm, focus and more productive. There are only a couple of reviews on brain pill review sites, which is rather odd. Perhaps Work Juice just isn’t particularly well-known. One review site said it proved positive for reducing stress and gave it a 79% score. Other than that, there isn’t much else out on the web in the way of reviews, though what there is seems positive for the most part.
Buy Work Juice
Work Juice costs $44.95 for 150 capsules directly from Brain Forza. The reason there are so many pills per bottle is because the dosage is so high, so it will still only last one month. If you’re not satisfied with your purchase, you can return the bottle within 90 days to get your money back. Shipping is free within the USA if you spend over $75.
Work Juice Summary
Work Juice is a good alternative nootropic for those looking for an all-natural solution instead of ingredients that have been synthesized in a lab. It’s caffeine free, and features some classic nootropics – at doses high enough to be effective.
Brain Forza appears to be a reliable company and doesn’t have the ambiguity that so many other nootropics providers do, so we’d be happy to buy from them. The only problem with this product is that it just might not be enough for seasoned nootropics users.
While natural ingredients are nice, sometimes a product lacks a certain kick, and the result can be disappointing. Work Juice doesn;t disappoint, but doesn;t quite pack the punch of some of the top contenders in the nootropics market.
With everyone’s tolerances being different, and with nootropics being a personally unique experience from one person to the next, the only way to know whether Work Juice fits your needs would be to try it out for yourself. Work Juice isn’t a bad choice, especially if you’re new to nootropics due to the use of less ‘edgy’ nootropics such as Noopept.
Students may want to try Study Juice, Brain Forza’s student-specific formula, which used principles of Brazilian Herbalism as well as Ayuerveda.
Nootropics Critic Rating: 3.2/5