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Cognium – The Overview
Cognium is a natural supplement made to support several aspects of cognitive function. For most people, symptoms of cognitive decline such as poor memory, difficulty concentrating, inability to process information occur with age although they can also be caused by stress and certain health conditions. This product is made by the company Natrol, a manufacturer that produces several brands of supplements that are all sold from their website. While the site features Cognium, information about the product – there is a brief overview of how it works, a list of key ingredients and some customer reviews.
Cognium – Product Description
Cognium contains a proprietary blend of natural ingredients commonly used in cognitive support supplements. The product label for the supplement is shown on the website but while all ingredients are listed, the amounts used in the blend are not disclosed. The formula contains several key ingredients that are said to support an improvement in memory and including Cera-Q Powder which may protect the long-term health of the brain. However, there is no indication as to how soon results may be experienced when taken at the recommended dose of 2 capsules 2 times and no data is shown from any clinical testing performed on the formula.
Good About Cognium
- All ingredients are listed
- Dosage instructions are shown
Bad About Cognium
- Clinical trial studies are not shown
- Free samples aren’t offered
- Ingredients are not explained in detail
Cognium – The Bottom Line
Cognium does contain some key ingredients that are used in several popular nootropic supplements, but without seeing the individual amounts the overall potency of the formula is not known. While the website gives an overall good impression of the supplement, there are very few relevant details provided and it would be helpful not only to be given more information about the formula for Cognium but customer success stories and clinical testing results too. Some customers may be tempted to purchase this brand due to its affordable price point, but they should be aware that this can indicate a weak formula or subpar ingredients.