Improving The Work Of Brain

Inx is a new nootropic product designed for improving the work of brain. It claims to improve human creative thinking, IQ scores, concentration, and cognitive energy. The supplement is said to be manufactured in laboratory conditions but it is not completely known whether it is registered by the FDA or certified by the GMP. It can be assumed that the lab is located in the United States in Santa Ana, CA.

If you search the company's address on Google, you'll see many other shady online companies that use the same post office box.

Inx has no official website. It is a nootropic that entered the supplement market with a flashy campaign. It was telling about a former hot dog stand worker who managed to become a millionaire by taking this drug. It sounds like nonsense, doesn't it? The manufacturers of Inx claim that the supplement improves concentration, enhances cognitive energy, boosts creative thinking, improves memory and even increases IQ scores. Let's find out what ingredients are used in this product further, as I can doubt that it is really so effective.

The website of Inx manufacturer tells only that the product contains phosphatidylserine complex. You can also find a product label there. That is all. But what is Phosphatidylserine? To answer this question, I had to make my own research and I found out that it is a chemical mostly received from food products. I also learnt that this complex takes part in the maintenance of brain cells. However, this information hasn't been scientifically proven.

Phosphatidylserine can be derived from cows. It is said to be "possibly effective" for the treatment of the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and age-related memory decline. According to some online sources, phosphatidylserine is mostly made from cabbage or soy. It is not known to the researchers how phosphatidylserine is made from these plants, from cow brains, etc. It is highly recommended not to overdose this ingredient, otherwise you will face negative side effects. It is badly known how this nootropic remedy works. The study that was conducted on Inx was not documented online.

Other ingredients in the supplement include Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine Hydrochloride) and Vitamin B3 Niacin. The latter is used for cholesterol treatment, but it brings effect only when used in high doses, while high doses can cause allergic reactions, as well as liver damage, glucose intolerance, or gastrointestinal problems. So don't treat yourself but visit your health care provider to ask for advice. Niacin can be used when suffering from atherosclerosis, but it can hardly help lower the risk of Alzheimer's disease. Personally I can't find a reason why this ingredient is included to Inx.

Pyroxide (Vitamin B6) USES is said to be effective for anemia, seizures in infants. It is likely effective for high levels of homocysteine in blood, macular degeneration, behavior disorder in children linked with low levels of serotonin, high blood pressure, vomiting during pregnancy, kidney stones, lung cancer, upset stomach and moderate nausea, premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and movement disorders. Again there is not even mentioning that Pyrohide can be helpful when having some brain disorders. It has been proved to be ineffective for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease, which, in fact, is one of the brain disorders. This ingredient won't be helpful also for people suffering from autism, carpal tunnel syndrome, improper mental functioning and a stroke.

The manufacturer doesn't give any information about the possible side effects of Inx. This is a bad sign because it means that they don't care about their customers' health. Taking into consideration the first part of this review, I can say that this supplement doesn't inspire confidence. It is not natural and ineffective. But let us have a look at potential dangers this product and its ingredients carry to human health.

Most people should tolerate phosphatidylserine well; however, doses higher than 300mg may lead to upset stomach and insomnia. Unfortunately, we can only guess how much phosphatidylserine is contained in Inx. The dosage determines the severity of side effects one might get. As this substance is derived from cows, it cannot be used by vegetarians.

Another product's ingredient, niacin, can have a number of adverse effects as well. It may be the result of flushing of the face and neck. This is not nice news, especially for women. This problem may be reduced by declining the dose, but then you won't have any effect. Another option is to take special medications for controlling flushing, but is it worth this? Niacin can also cause diarrhea and upset stomach. This substance has some risks. It can cause stomach ulcers, liver problems, changes in glucose levels, low blood pressure, muscle damage, changes in heart rhythm, etc. People suffering from health conditions, diabetes, kidney disease, cardiovascular problems or high blood pressure have to ask a doctor whether niacin can be used by them.

Pyridoxine might cause vomiting, loss of appetite, nausea, headache, stomach pain, sleepiness, tingling, and other undesired effects, especially when used for a long period of time or in high doses. It might even lead to nerve and brain problems. Pyridoxine should be avoided by pregnant or breast-feeding women as it can cause seizures in newborns. Inx should not be used by people under 18 years old.

"Inx would appear to cause severe damage to the language centers of the brain"

"Inx is the worst thing i have ever put into my body. After 30 mins, i got the most intensive headache i have ever had in my whole life"

"Do not get the free trial - they will charge you a week or so after you've ordered Inx"

Inx is available on Walmart, Walgreens, Amazon, GNC, etc and can be bought through any other retailer for $50-$70 depending on the place you're ordering it from. You are not guaranteed to get a bulk discount.

I am sure that Inx won't bring you any positive results after the treatment as this supplement has too many drawbacks. First of all, it is not effective and not natural. This product is extremely expensive. Having three doubtful ingredients, it is not worth the money. Other nootropics available on the market are much cheaper.

Inx is a very mysterious nootropic that has little information about its contents, purity, or ways of work online. The manufacturer neither gives the full list of its ingredients nor their dosages. Inx is available on many websites but I cannot recommend its usage. There are many other products which can really improve functioning of your brain without health dangers. Inx hasn't been approved by the FDA and can't be taken by persons under age.