Powher Nootropic Supplement Review

We take a close look at the Powher 'Advanced Nootropic' supplement to see where it stands

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Powher Nootropic Review

Powher is a so-called ‘nootropic’ supplement that’s made by a company called Ultimate Life and sold online.

Product website: www.powherofficial.com

Ultimate Life are the same female-focused company behind popular products such as Leanbean and the Powher Pre Workout supplements.

Powher Nootropic

Powher Nootropic Supplement (Photo: The Sport Review)

Their Nootropic offering is the latest addition to their range of supplements. This review is going to focus on all of the main things you need to know about this supplement as we take a close look at it from all angles.

We’re going to be paying particularly close attention to the ingredients formula, the doses and the directions as we look to see where it stands in relation to some of the best nootropic supplements on the market at the moment.

Editor's note: The content on this website is meant to be informative in nature, but it should not be taken as medical advice. The content of our articles is not intended for use as diagnosis, prevention, and/or treatment of health problems. It’s always best to speak with your doctor or a certified medical professional before making any changes to your lifestyle, diet or exercise routine, or trying a new supplement.

So, with the introductions out of the way, let’s start taking a closer look at the Powher Nootropic supplement.

Powher Nootropic – The Basics

As we have already mentioned, the Powher Nootropic supplement is the latest addition to the brand of products that also includes pre workout and fat metaboliser supplements.

Powher’s range of supplements are aimed specifically at women, and this is one of the main marketing angles of all of their products.

The description on the official Powher website says that their Nootropic offering has been specifically designed for “the fast-paced world we live in”.

Like most other Nootropic supplements on the market, Powher contains a blend of ingredients including vitamins, minerals and plant extracts.

Powher also contains a small dose of the stimulant Caffeine, so if you’re looking for a ‘stim free’ Nootropic supplement, then this is not the product for you.

The marketing material on the official website goes on to say that Powher has been specifically designed to support your goals thanks to its “unique” formula.

Powher Nootropic Brain Supplement

Powher Nootropic Supplement (Photo: The Sport Review)

Each pack of the Powher Nootropic comes with a transparent bottle containing 60 capsules. One bottle will last you for a month if you take two capsules per day.

So, now that we’ve covered some of the basic things you need to know about the Powher Nootropic, it’s time to start taking a closer look at the ingredients it contains in a bit more detail.

The Ingredients

Let’s begin this section by taking a look at the actual ingredients label of the Powher Nootropic, as shown on the official website at the time of writing.

The Powher Nootropic supplement ingredients formula, as shown on the official website at the time of writing

The Powher Nootropic supplement ingredients formula, as shown on the official website at the time of writing

Before we get into the details of the individual ingredients, it’s worth pointing out that this supplement does not use a proprietary blend.

This means that we know the exact doses of all of the active ingredients shown on the label, so you know exactly what is inside each capsule.

Editor's note: The health claims about the ingredients mentioned in this article are listed as authorised on the EU Register at the time of publishing.

As you can see for yourself, Powher contains a range of vitamins and minerals combined with plant extracts and some Caffeine. Let’s now take a closer look at some of the ingredients this supplement uses.

• ‘Natural’ Caffeine – The Powher Nootropic uses ‘Natural’ Caffeine from Coffee Arabica Extract as a stimulant in its formula. Each two-capsule serving contains a total of 90mg of Caffeine (45mg per capsule). To put this dose into context, you’d expect to find around 100mg of Caffeine in a regular cup of coffee, so one capsule (45mg Caffeine) is about half that amount.

• Vitamins B6 and B12 – These are two essential vitamins that we need to get from nutritional sources. In case you didn’t know Vitamins B6 and B12 contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue, as well as normal psychological function.

Powher Nootropic

Powher Nootropic Supplement (Photo: The Sport Review)

• Magnesium – This is an essential mineral that we also need to get from our diet. Magnesium contributes to normal psychological function, normal energy release and the normal functioning of the nervous system amongst other things. Each capsule contains 25mg of Magnesium.

• Niacin – Also known as Vitamin B3, Niacin helps to support normal psychological function and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue, amongst other things.

• Thiamin – Also known as Vitamin B1, Thiamin helps to support normal psychological function and normal energy release. Each capsule contains 15mg of Thiamin.

• Ashwagandha Extract – This is an extract which comes from the root of a plant by the same name or sometimes referred to as Withania Somnifera. This plant part of the Solanaceae or nightshade family, and the extract is a popular inclusion in Nootropic supplements.

• Citicoline – This is another popular ingredient in Nootropic supplements, and it’s one of the main substances in the Powher formula. Each serving contains 250mg (125mg per capsule) of Citicoline.

• Lion’s Mane Mushroom – This is another common ingredient in ‘Nootropic’ supplements. Each serving of Powher uses 500mg of Lion’s Mane Mushroom as part of a ‘full spectrum’ version of the extract.

Powher Nootropic

Powher Nootropic Supplement (Photo: The Sport Review)

• Bacopa Monnieri – An extract which comes from a herb native to the wetlands of world. Bacopa has been used in traditional medicine for some years and it’s now also pretty popular as a ‘Nootropic’ supplement ingredient.

• Ginkgo Biloba Extract – This is an extract which comes from a plant also known as The Maidenhair Tree. Each capsule of Powher contains 50mg.

Powher Nootropic Reviews

Due to the fact that the Powher Nootropic supplement has only recently launched, there is not much in the way of customer feedback available online at the moment.

We’ll update this part of the page once there is more feedback available for inspection online.

Price And Where To Buy

The price for one bottle of the Powher Nootropic containing 60 capsules is currently £39 / $59.

The Powher range of supplements is only available to buy directly from the manufacturer on the official website.

This means that you won’t find it in the shops or online at other retailers such as Amazon or GNC.

Powher is a premium-priced supplement, but you can save a bit of money on the price per bottle if you’re willing to commit to buying more than one bottle at a time from the official site.

Powher Nootropic

Powher Nootropic Supplement (Photo: The Sport Review)

How To Take It

You should carefully read the entire label before taking any new supplement. This includes all of the warnings, ingredients and directions.

We also strongly advise that you speak to your doctor or a certified medical professional before thinking about taking a new supplement for the first time.

The suggested use directions shown on the box we tried say that you should take two capsules with your morning meal.

The directions then say that if this dose is well tolerated, it is possible to take a further two capsules in the early afternoon.

There is a warning on the label saying not to ever take more than four capsules in any 24-hour period.

The label also says that this supplement is for adults only, and that you must not exceed the daily recommended dose.

The warnings on the packaging also say that you shouldn’t use this supplement if you are pregnant, nursing or are under the age of 18.

It concludes by saying that if you have any medical conditions or are taking any medications, then consult your doctor before taking this or any dietary supplement.

This all seems pretty clear to us. We would also add that because of the Caffeine content in this supplement, it’s probably best not to take it within six hours or when you plan to go to sleep.

Anything Else To Consider?

As we have already mentioned above, it’s always best to first consult your doctor before taking a new supplement.

Food supplements are not intended to replace a varied, balanced diet and a healthy overall lifestyle.

Ensuring that you’re sticking to a good, healthy diet, following a sensible workout plan and are getting plenty of quality sleep are some of the most important things you can do to support your overall health without any supplementation.

Powher Nootropic

Powher Nootropic Supplement (Photo: The Sport Review)

Conclusion – Our Final Thoughts

So, that brings us to the end of our Powher Nootropic review.

We’ve walked you through all of the key things you need to know about this female-focused Nootropic supplement.

We’ve looked at the ingredients list in detail and have also checked out the directions and the doses.

All in all, we were pretty impressed by this supplement’s formulation. Unlike some other Nootropic supplements out there, Powher uses the stimulant Caffeine as one of its main ingredients. However, the dose of Caffeine (45mg per capsule) is on the low side, so it’s certainly not packed with stimulants.

Overall, we think this is a decent option if you’re looking for a female-specific Nootropic supplement.

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