Today I feel that there really isn’t much more that they can come up with and most of the product are more or less the same. The key is to find the ideal combination of ingredients as well as a company that sells not only a quality product but also is not out to scam you.

The first step is to select a product you may be interested in. Perhaps someone recommended it, you received an intriguing email or advertisement, or maybe you randomly reached the official website and it caught your attention. Either way, once you are at the official website the work begins. This is the moment where you will read through the product website, find out as much as possible about it, and most likely, miss the terms and conditions completely and even more likely, will not get much aside from a bunch of great marketing clichés. This is why research is essential. Whether you read one review or 50, you have to do research to make sure you are well acquainted with the product, the ingredients, possible results, and certainly, possible side effects.

intelligex at First Glance

Reaching the intelligex website you are greeted with the typical “this is the #1 product available for a limited time only” cliché. Unfortunately, at this point every website is more or less identical and this one doesn’t really steer far from the standard. If you have researched other products similar to this one you may have even come upon an identical website with identical information and identical promises where the only difference is the image and name of the product. This is nothing new and nothing all too worrisome. It’s unfortunate they are getting less and less creative but nothing too serious.

The website claims the powerful nootropic combination of ingredients will improve your memory, your focus, concentration, brain performance and energy like nothing else on the market today. Not necessarily true, as there are many others that claim the exact same. The key is to determine whether the ingredients could really deliver and if by purchasing this product you will not get scammed into some sort of membership program where you will be charged without your knowledge. From that point on all the endless talk about how great the product is, is somewhat irrelevant.

What is intelligex?

As mentioned above. It’s the same as all the rest. Nothing flashy, nothing extraordinary. Just another brain product. The goal is to determine whether it is effective. Unfortunately, the official website fails to provide details about the ingredients that make it so great, but I have found a supplements fact image that shows the ingredients in full.

More about the ingredients:

Vitamin B3 Niacin

Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCL)

Proprietary Blend:

  • Caffeine – well known and popular ingredient which has been used for similar products ever since they became popular for its benefits of boosting energy. Possible side effects include insomnia, nervousness, restlessness, and more.
  • GABA does have some great possible benefits such as reducing stress and improving memory and attention but is not studied enough to confirm its effectiveness. For the period of 12 weeks that it has been studied no side effects have been reported but it is unknown what long-term use could cause.
  • Bacopa Monnieri is confirmed for boosting memory and other possible benefits are currently being researched. There are no side effects reported.
  • Alpha GPC – is used for symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease as well as improving thinking skills. Side effects include heartburn, insomnia, and headache.
  • L-Theanine is taken to prevent Alzheimer’s disease and for treating anxiety. No side effects reported in studies of up to 3 weeks. No known information is known about long term use and side effects.
  • Phosphatidylserine – is used to alleviate some symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, support age related mental decline, and improve memory loss that is related to age. Possible side effects include stomach upset and insomnia.
  • L-Tyrosine – helps boost mental performance, memory, and alertness. Possible side effects include fatigue, headache, nausea, joint pains, and heartburn.
  • Vinpocetine – is taken for improving thinking skills. It is currently being researched for improving memory problems and other cognitive issues. Possible side effects are nervousness, headache, dizziness, and more.
  • Huperzine A – helps improve memory recall as well as dementia. The corresponding WebMD website lists a number of different side effects and precautions which I recommend you read through carefully. The good thing, it is only 1% of the supplement.

Other Ingredients:

Magnesium Stearate (vegetable)


Each ingredient is linked to a corresponding website with further information about it. Don’t just read my brief descriptions. Click on each link (WebMD corresponding pages for the most part), read up on the ingredient, check precautions when taking a supplement with this ingredient, and learn about possible side effects you can experience. Side effects are something common with anything you consume, even food. Don’t be fooled when a drug or supplement claim that there are no possible side effects. Regardless how rare they are they are still a possibility and being aware of what you can expect in case your body responds is essential. Being educated on what you consume is key to staying safe, healthy, and getting the results you want.

How to Buy intelligex and from Where

The official website is the only place you can purchase this supplement. The process is very simple and quick. The most important thing is that I did not find there to be any FREE TRIAL OFFERS and NO MEMBERSHIPS which means that you are simply buying the quantity you want, no strange charges, no scam. Simply buy, receive your supply, try, and if you don’t like then be it, if so, go back and purchase again. You have 3 options:

  • 5 Month Supply – $31.99 each – $159.95
  • 3 Month Supply – $41.30 each – $123.82
  • 1 Month Supply – $57.95


I highly doubt anyone would be in a hurry to pay the $6.99 expedite shipping but I want to make sure and note it, otherwise shipping is free. They claim to offer a 60 day money back guarantee but don’t count on it, I have rarely seen a supplement website actually live up to their promises when it comes to returning money. With that said, the price is reasonable and considering that it’s a straight up buy with no strings attached, if you have the budget then why not.

I do think that intelligex could be a legitimate product that may be effective by simply reviewing the list of ingredients. Considering their terms and purchase process I believe the official website could perhaps be legitimate as well.

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