Awakened Alchemy Review – Awaken Your Mind

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In this Awakened Alchemy review, I’ll start by saying this is a pretty fine nootropic stack covering all the bases. It has very effective ingredients in quite aAwaken alchemy review - bottle


long ​list. This list includes a very good blend of long term ingredients as well as short term and memory boosters. This makes it a very well-balanced blend.

It didn’t take long for the word that AWAKEN was really good and before long it had become the talk of the nootropics world. After solidifying themselves in the market, they introduced a sleep aid called AWAKEN DREAM and another product AWAKEN GOLD.

Even though the world knows about this nootropic stack, I will review it to see if it ‘stacks’ (no pun intended) up.

Let’s start with what’s in the bottle

 

Ingredients

Awakened Alchemy’s ingredients feature A very unique and one of a kind effective blend on the market. It is non-proprietary and contains 12 clinically researched ingredients.

This product is USA-made, GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) certified, and is made in an FDA registered facility.

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Vitamin B12 Methylcobalamin

B12 Methylcobalamin is the biologically active form of vitamin B12, the form most readily absorbed into the body. It is a water-soluble vitamin that is necessary for various bodily processes, including energy production, nervous system function.

Methylcobalamin demonstrates exceptional activity in areas where other forms are simply not active.

Ashwagandha (Std. to 2.5% Withanolides)

Ashwagandha is a powerful adaptogen heavily used in Ayurvedic medicine. In Sanskrit, ashwagandha means “the smell of a horse,” meaning that it has the potential to make known the vigor and strength of a stallion. The plant root also gives off a smell similar to something like horse sweat.
 
Ashwagandha has been shown to enhance memory and other cognitive functions, and may help with the symptoms of depression. A classical use for Ashwagandha in Ayurvedic medicine is as a tonic to improve strength. This has been studied recently and it has been found that men who take 300mg-150mg per day had significant increase in muscle strength.

Beta Phenylethylamine HCl

Beta Phenylethyllamine is better known as PEA (and pronounced easier too). This neuro-amplifying compound potentiates the actions of dopamine, norepinephrine, acetylcholine, and serotonin for improved mood, cognition, and energy.

N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine (NALT)

L-tyrosine is an amino acid that influences adrenaline and dopamine in the brain in order to reduce stress and mental performance.

If you want very reliable acute boosts to your cognition and mood when in stressful situations such as exam time or research paper deadline, this is the way to go.

CDP Choline (Citicoline)

Choline is needed in order to make the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which is required for cognitive and muscular function

Essentially Citicoline is a brain nutrient supporting our attention, focus, our mental energy, and general cognitive health. Citicoline works supporting phospholipid metabolism, mitochondrial function, and neuroplasticity

Citicoline is a brain nutrient that supports mental energy, focus, attention, and overall cognitive health. Experimental studies have revealed several Mechanisms by which citicoline works. It acts by supporting phospholipid metabolism, neurotransmitter synthesis, mitochondrial function, and neuroplasticity (1).

 

Phosphatidylserine 20%

 
Phosphatidylserine is part of a category of fat-soluble substances called phospholipids. They are necessary components of cell membranes. It is found in high concentrations in the brain. It is part of the cell structure and is key in the maintenance of cellular function. It can boost our short term memory and mood, improve our concentration level, enhance our learning and ability to retain information, and nourish our brain cells.

Shilajit Extract Std. to 20% Fulvic Acid

This gem is actually a mineral tar grown on rocks and is not surprisingly used in Ayurvedic medicine. It has adaptogen qualities and is an antioxidant for its antioxidant. It can improve our energy levels which in turn can enhance our cognitive Performance, physical performance, muscle adaptation, nutrient absorption, and testosterone production.

There are many ways to add fulvic acid into your diet today, and Shilajit is one of the most popular forms.

L-Theanine

L-theanine is a reliable anxiolytic that calms cognition without sedation. It promotes alpha-wave brain production and this increase in alpha-waves promote relaxation without drowsiness or sedation. Alpha brain-wave production also happens during deep meditation, when all of our sensory inputs are minimized and our mind is generally clear of unwanted thoughts or distractions. Interestingly, stimulating alpha waves has also been shown to boost creativity and alleviate depression.

Sulbutiamine

Sulbutiamine is a synthetic derivative of thiamine (vitamin B1). It helps us with Better memory and enhanced cognition, it improves our mood and decreases anxiety symptoms, increases our alertness, and helps with erectile dysfunction.
For quick, temporary boosts on mood & cognition, sulbutiamine is a good nootropic.

Noopept

You’ll find a lot of information on Noopept in this website and for good reason.

Noopept is very similar to the Racetam group because it’s mechanism of action is similar, however it is not a Piracetam.Awaken alchemy review - enhance your mind

You’ll find your mental energy is improved. Sort of like getting rid of a ‘brain fog’ feeling we get sometimes. Everything will become clearer and require less thought when supplementing with Noopept.

Noopept is a memory enhancer and also improves our learning process. It assists in memory function and retrieval. It also enhances cognitive performance and our logical thinking.

There are studies that show Noopept is a neuroprotectant. It has antioxidant properties as well as anti-inflammatory actions, an ability prevent neurotoxicity of excess calcium and glutamate and improves blood flow to the brain.

PQQ (as Pyrroloquinoline Disodium salt)

PQQ is believed to be able to reduce cellular aging by protecting mitochondrial function. The best research on this deals with mental health associated with the elderly rather than a healthy younger person.

PQQ is a micronutrient that acts as an antioxidant in your body that protects your cells and mitochondria from the effects of damaging free radicals.

BioPerine® Black Pepper Extract

Bioperine, what is it? Well, it’s really the active ingredient in black pepper that contributes to the spice and unique taste of ordinary table pepper. Piperine benefits are just now being studied and discovered. It helps with nutrient absorption, improved metabolism, improved memory, and improved mental skills. Pass the pepper, please!

Where to buy

——>The best place to buy Awakened Alchemy is from their own site.<——

Pros

  • All of the ingredients are premium quality and with proper amounts.
  • The unique blend of ingredient covers a wide array of effects.
  • The ingredients are potent.
  • Can be taken with coffee or tea without affecting the caffeine
  • It is not addictive and tolerance is at a minimum

Cons

  • The Awakened alchemy is slightly expensive
  • Noopept is banned in some countries

 

Conclusion

If you ask me if it works the answer is yes.  Much like a couple of other nootropic stacks with finely tuned ingredients, AWAKEN works.

The variety of natural nootropics is very nice and you can read up on them more here.  There is an impressive group of non-organic nootropics as well.  It will appeal to those who are Vegan and vegetarian as well.

My vote on this Nootropic stack is a YES.

Awaken Alchemy

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Pros

  • All of the ingredients are premium quality and with proper amounts.
  • The unique blend of ingredient covers a wide array of effects
  • The ingredients are potent
  • It is not addictive and tolerance is at a minimum

Cons

  • The Awakened alchemy is slightly expensive
  • Noopept is banned in some countries
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11 thoughts on “Awakened Alchemy Review – Awaken Your Mind”

  1. This product Awaken, sounds like it’s hugely beneficial. I have heard of Ashwagandha before, and the part that I’m drawn to is its ability to help manage those with depression. I prefer natural therapies for emotional issues over any pharmaceutical. The ingredients included in the product you are reviewing are amazing overall really. They have so many benefits to our mental health and cognitive focus, and the best thing is they are natural! This seems to be a superior product for sure. Thanks for a great post. 

    • Awakened Alchemy is a really great product and the ingredients really chosen well with the right amounts of each to achieve the desired effect, depression just one of them.

      Thanks for the great comment

  2. Thank you for sharing with us this great review on awakened alchemy.There are many supplements which are made to help our body in different areas but many of them don’t work for sure.

    According to this review,I found that awakened alchemy is active and can help many people but I have a question.Can awakened alchemy be taken by kids so that they can study well and get best grade in schools?

    • Generally I say to keep kids out of notropics as there are not a lot of studies on how it effects the developing brain.  University/college sure.

  3. I’m was so tired of being tired, and unable to focus throughout my day…so I started looking into nootropics.  I drink way to much coffee and want to cut back, but need to replace it with something healthy and that provides more benefits.

    Awaken looks like a good fit for me…but as you mentioned, it is on the more expensive side.  Do you know if they offer any kind of 1 week sample? 

    Any idea how long it takes before you start to notice the benefits? 

    If it turns out that Awaken is too much $$ for me, what is the next best product you would recommend that is more affordable?

    Thanks for the great review…very very helpful as I learn about nootropics.

  4. I cant wait to try Nootropics.  I feel as I am getting older my brain is getting a bit tired.  Now I don’t mean I am forgetting things or anything like that.  It just feels like the ole brain is a bit tired.  I have been reading so much about Nootropics but unfortunately I have to get the clearance from my doctor first because of my diabetes.  Now I know one really shouldn’t have to do with the other but I just want to make sure.This was a great review and I cant wait to see my Dr.  My appointment is coming up fairly quickly.  Only a couple weeks awayDale

  5. I must live in a cave because I have never heard of this before. 

    Are the ingredients all natural? That is my biggest concern. The ingredients do not sound very natural, they sound man made. 

    I am so nervous or paranoid, whichever, about what I put into my body! Being 46 I have to be. I have tried many vitamins and supplements, but I always tend to get a cold or flu like symptoms when I take supplements, so I just tend to leave them off. 

    This was a very informative article, thank you for the wonderful read.

    Stacie

  6. Great to read about this. We are in a world where there is nothing impossible. I never knew there could natural therapy to awaken our mind without any side effects. But what I see is that its only the rich that can afford it. And the doctors can confirm its effectiveness people will go for it regardless of its price. 

    Thanks for this beautiful information. 

    • Yes, some are expensive and more than they really should be.  Prescription medications are expensive, but paid for by our plans.  One day I hope supplements will be too.

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