Neuro Nzt—Does It Have Its Limits?

Neuro Nzt—Does It Have Its Limits

The motion picture industry has given the world many questionable things. The film adaptation of Roald Dahl’s dark children’s book Charlie & The Chocolate Factory resulted in the pedophilic romp Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory which, in turn, produced a prevalent candy line that no doubt rotted some teeth. Movies like Fight Club and A Clockwork Orange did their part to incite real world violence. Now we are seeing the ripples wrought by 2011’s Limitless and the TV series reboot of the same name which began airing in 2015 and is still picking up steam.

Limitless turned audiences on to smart drugs and now, more than ever, there is a fevered interest in nootropics. While smart drugs are, in many ways, safer than their prescription pharmaceutical counterparts, and can have brain-enhancing properties, it is important for the discerning public to make a distinction between fantasy and reality, between what is actually achievable on these drugs versus what is pure fiction.

Yes, a line must be drawn between fantasy and reality. But not if the people at Advanced Life Labs have anything to say about it. They have trademarked a segment of the name of the fictional drug from the movie Limitless and released their custom-formulated supplement on the market. Billed as “the ultimate brain booster,” Neuro NZT ™ (the drug was called NZT-48 in the film) is an odd proprietary blend of nootropics that differs from other blends like truBrain and its ilk.

The ingredients are as follows:

    • GABA
    • Dimethylaminoethanol
    • Tyrosine
    • L-Glutamine
    • L-Pyroglutamic
  • Bacopin

All of these substances have their individual reputations, but there is no saying that they stack well together. That’s where Neuro NZT’s rep comes in…


It is tough to determine what kind of street cred, if any, Neuro NZT has earned itself as the overwhelming number of web reviews you click on prove out to be little more than robotic SPAM stuff or poorly worded copy from websites outsourcing to other countries. An example is this colorful quote from “This Neuro NZT sucks. If unsuccessful you end up with a huge Neuro NZT.” Or take this nonsensical praise from, a website that does little to earn the word ‘fact’ in its domain name: “It turns into tough to research the product that suits your health and which do now not?”

The latter site promises that Neuro NZT will improve focus and lack of concentration, but it also boasts, “Keeping things and forget them like car keys, wallet.”

It is hard to take any of these web reviewers seriously, especially when we consider that Neuro NZT’s own official website leads to nowhere. By that I mean, when you click on their Home button at the top of the page, you are met with the following alert, “404 Not Found.”

Still, there are others who are insisting that Neuro NZT is legit. Supplement Journal is one of them, offering acclaim for their money back guarantee and their competitive pricing. Ordinarily, one can take to the boards of Reddit or to suss out the truth about a nootropic supplement, but that has yet to be the case with Neuro NZT. It’s as if we’re in The Matrix instead of Limitless and all this NZT nonsense is merely a simulation.

Regardless, we must cope with the presence of Neuro NZT in this, our faux-reality, so let’s get on with it. While we are here, we might as well ask, “What’s the deal, Neuro NZT? What do ya got, slick?”


Here are the benefits allegedly associated with consumption of Neuro NZT supplement:

    • Mental Clarity
    • Increased Focus
    • Boost to Mental Function
    • Improved Concentration
    • Increased Energy Levels
    • Relaxation
  • Acceleration of Processing, Learning Rate, Recall, Etc.

What’s In This Thing? are among the few who have assessed Neuro NZT proper and they had generally positive things to say about it, particularly about its ingredients. Here we will dissect them one by one.

GABA—Gamma Amino-Butyric Acid (GABA for short) is an inhibitory neurotransmitter that regulates over-stimulation in the brain. It is influential on your mood, sleep patterns, Growth Hormone release and focus. It has proven beneficial to those suffering from depression and has been shown to aid in restfulness, concentration and sharpness. It is commonly implemented to treat ADHD and PMS and to assist in burning fat and bodybuilding. Neuro NZT’s website says that it is included in the NZT supplement to promote relaxed energy and calm focus.

DIMETHYLAMINOETHANOL—This substance is an organic amino acid and a Choline molecule. It acts as an anti-oxidant on a cellular level and has been utilized for neurological purposes. Unlike many nootropic brain candies, DMAE did not present any significant improvement in a double blind Alzheimer’s study. Despite the results of said study, Deanol (as it is also commonly called) has been prescribed for treating Alzheimer’s disease as well as a host of other maladies. It has proven helpful in managing ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), the movement disorder Tardive Dyskinesia, and autism. Deanol’s benefits extend to performance and exercise, physical energy, oxygen efficiency, reduction of skin aging, improvement of red blood cell function and muscle reflexes. The fact that it develops into a form of Choline means your mind will be massaged on a cellular level.

TYROSINE—This one is yet another amino acid (phenylalanine, to be exact) that is often used in protein supplements. As with its brother ingredient, Deanol, Tyrisone is implemented in the treatment of ADHD. It is also beneficial to those afflicted with clinical depression, PMS, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, erectile dysfunction, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and more. It has a rep for promoting production of neurotransmitters in the brain. It is used to boost focus, energy, cognition, mood and memory. As such, it perfectly compliments the abovementioned ingredients in their quest to become what Advanced Life Labs calls a “brain vitamin.”

L-GLUTAMINE—Neuro NZT’s website says this one is for enhancing learning speed and achieving superior memory function. Although Glutamine is primarily used to help gut function, metabolism and the immune system, it has also proven useful in bettering one’s learning aptitude and memory retention.

L-PYROGLUTAMIC—Pyroglutamic acid is considered a nonessential nutrient where it occurs naturally in one’s body, but its benefits as a supplement are many. Among other things, it is said to assuage mental fatigue and improve memory. For these reasons, it is ideal as a companion to the above.

BACOPIN—Neuro NZT’s website says that Bacopin will promote efficient blood flow and enhance all other cognitive functions. We don’t about “all” cognitive functions, but Bacopin has certainly served a variety of mind-related uses. It is regularly used to facilitate stress relief, reverse the symptoms of ADHD, improve memory, fight anxiety, alleviate allergies and battle bowel issues, particularly IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome).

There It Is

So there you have it! Despite the minimal online coverage and the lack of presence on social media and nootropic forums, Neuro NZT appears to be a worthy blend for boosting cognitive activities. Just don’t expect to turn into Bradley Cooper once you swallow these slick supplements. No adverse side effects have been recorded as of yet. However, all prospective users should be aware that the FDA (Food & Drug Administration) has yet to approve Neuro NZT.

Where It Is

Neuro NZT can be purchased via the official website, on Amazon or through a number of retailers. A one-month supply of sixty pills costs $47.95. A two-month supply costs $67.95 while a three-month supply costs $87.95.

As with all nootropic supplements, users are advised to discuss potential consumption and dosages with their physician. With that being said, we wish you well with this brain vitamin that promises brain support and focus. Proceed in emancipating your mind.

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Erica Silva
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Erica Silva is a blogger by choice. She loves to discover the world around her. She likes to share her discoveries, experiences and express herself through her blogs. Currently, she is associated with DementiaTalk Team.

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