We recommend Formula Focus instead of Geniux. Why? Is simple. Same effects as geniux but with a better price. Why pay more? lol
What is Geniux promising with their brain supplement? Einstein or Mozart’s level of genius or simply hampering the negative consequences of brainpower loss?
I was not exactly moved by the claims of thousands of satisfied customers or the fact that Geniux claimed that the use of the product did not cause any side effects. Geniux Brain Boost has only being available for months and there is no way to confirm that there aren’t any long-term side effects. In addition, people react differently to the same substance. Nonetheless, knowing that there has been no report of any major short-term negative effect did put my mind at ease as I continued on my of Geniux review.
The benefits of Geniux Brain Boost Pill shared on geniux official website include:
Enhanced Brain Performance
Short and Long-term Memory Boost
Improved Brain Health
Enhanced Brain Reaction Time
While these benefits didn’t sound like a long shot, a few others did. Not necessarily because they sounded off, but because I didn’t count them as premium benefits to look forward to. Benefits like Improved Mood, and Clearer Mental Vision, General Improvement of Brain and Memory fell into this category of benefits that to me appeared like filler points to increase benefit count.
As expected, there were no constraints shared by Geniux. No complications to watch out for or anything like that. But then, Apple do not list on their sales page the inability of the iPhone to support the more common USB standard, which is obviously a disadvantage. In fact, most white-label products do not list disadvantages on their webpages.
So, I had to give them a pass one more time, and source out the possible constraints I could find out from genuine user reviews and other credible sources.
Possible cons of using Geniux drug:
Not suitable for children and teens: Since major loss of brainpower does not begin until mid-20’s on average, there is no reason for those below the age of 20 to gulp down a brain supplement.
Of course, I found a few more effects that were not exactly beneficial. However, I felt these effects didn’t exactly belong in the cons list either. For example, the fact that people reported noticing effects at delayed times after taking the supplement rather than immediately as advertised on the Geniux website. This in my opinion is perfectly normal. Not everyone gets knocked out by the same volume of alcohol.