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You’ve heard of energy drinks. Have you heard of a nootropic focus drink to help with brain fog?
If not, you are not alone. I'd never heard of such a thing until the company reached out asking if I'd like to try the Liquid Einstein Quantum Orange. Per usual, I said I would be happy to, but that I would give a completely honest review.
I used the entire box, one per day, over the course of a month. (Minus the packet in my exploding glass water bottle.)
The Good and the Bad
There were good and bad things about this product; the video outlines my experience. But there is one powerful positive: nootropics. These are substances that enhance memory and other cognitive functions.
I've been sold on the value of nootropics for years, as you can see from my daily supplement regimen. So this product is right in line with my immune system building regimen.
Liquid Einstein contains:
- Mucuna Pruriens Extract
- Ginko Biloba Leaf Extract
If you're looking for something to boost your brain and energy, without sugar, overstimulation, or crash, this might be the thing for you. Listen to the caveats I outline in the video and check the details to see if it's a good fit.
Alison Moore Smith is a 57-year-old entrepreneur. She has been (very happily) married to Samuel M. Smith for 36 years. They are the parents of six incredible children and the grandparents to one astounding ginger grandson.
She is the author of The 7 Success Habits of Homeschoolers.