CircuForce Review

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Rated: 7.5 out of 10

CircuForceGinkgo extract has been marketed for many years as one of the most potent and effective herbal supplements you can take to improve memory, brain function, and overall mental clarity. And the manufacturer of CircuForce is utilizing this knowledge with full force in order to market its nootropic supplement. But is this ginkgo-packed brain booster as good as they say? Or is it all hype? We wanted answers to these questions, too, so we decided to take a closer look at CircuForce.

CircuForce: Going In-Depth

CircuForce is a vegan-friendly, gluten-free nutritional supplement which promises to enhance your mental clarity by supporting oxygen delivery and blood circulation to the brain. It claims to contain 400% more of its main ingredient than most other Ginkgo-based supplements.

It also comes with useful "adjuncts", or suggested supplements and supplemental actions you can take to enhance the effectiveness of the product. Some of these include regular aerobic exercise, adding more fresh, raw fruits & veggies in your diet, and (of course) purchasing other nutritional supplements from their parent company, HealthForce.

Main Ingredients in CircuForce

Clearly, the star of the CircuForce show is Ginkgo extract. And there's a pretty big body of scientific evidence to suggest that Ginkgo extract is great for your cerebral health. It helps deliver nutrients to your brain cells more efficiently by increasing circulation across the blood-brain barrier, which helps feed starved cells.

Additionally, CircuForce contains a "brain food" nutrient, Gotu Kola extract, so that when the Ginkgo opens the door, your brain cells get a little extra boost of power. Lastly, there's Siberian eleuthero extract (a.k.a. "Siberian Ginseng"), an herb reportedly so powerful that Russian research of its ability to improve memory and keep cosmonauts steady under pressure was classified for many years.

Lastly, for those who are caffeine sensitive, it does not appear as though CircuForce contains any caffeine whatsoever.

Reviews: What Do Customers Have to Say about CircuForce?

Customers actually have many good things to say about CircuForce. Its Amazon sales page has a plethora of 5-star reviews, most complimenting the product for its ability to do what the manufacturer says it can. Some even claim that the enhanced blood circulation can help with male sexual performance and poor circulation in the hands and feet. Others, however, claim the product is too strong, and can cause sleep problems or even insomnia.

The Final Verdict on CircuForce

Well, we'd be lying if we said that CircuForce didn't have a lot going for it. Between the Ginkgo, The Gotu Kola, and the customer praise, you'd think this would be a great buy as far as nootropics are concerned. We did see a few concerning things during our research, however.

For one, there are many warnings posted on their webstore and Amazon that you should not take CircuForce without a doctor's consent if you have thin blood, or you are on blood thinning medication. The combination could prove fatal. And the insomnia warnings left by some customers might make this product a bad purchase if you have trouble sleeping on a regular basis.

Believe it or not, though, there are nootropics out there with similar ingredients, but no medical contraindications. And you can check them out here.