Focus

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Regular price £24.99

  • IMPROVES FOCUS & ALERTNESS
  • PROMOTES RELAXED CONCENTRATION
  • NO COFFEE JITTERS
  • NO 'CRASH' AFTER FEW HOURS

 

BRAINXP Focus is a natural food supplement designed to promote focus, alertness, and relaxation. No more coffee jitters and less fatigue, helping you get in the zone and achieve your peak mental performance.

 

Acetyl-L-Carnitine
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  • Improves physical and mental energy levels
  • Improves focus
  • Lowers inflammation
  • Boosts blood circulation

L-Theanine
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  • Increases alpha brain wave activity
  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Delivers relaxation without sedation

Caffeine
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  • Promotes wakefulness 
  • Improves alertness and sustained attention
  • Increases working memory

L-Tyrosine
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  • Precursor to key neurotransmitters 

Matcha Green Tea
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  • Source of phytochemicals
    (Caffeine, L-Theanine, EGCG)

Niacin
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  • Improves energy production
  • Reduces inflammation

Vitamin B12
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  • Essential for proper functioning of nerve cells

 

We manufacture BRAINXP Focus in the UK in ISO 9001, GMP, and BRC Food certified facility.  

 

Directions

Take one or two tablets per day with water, preferably on an empty stomach, and 20 minutes before engaging in activity. Do not exceed stated dose. 

 

Nutritional Information
Serving Size 1 - 2 Tablets
Servings Per Container 60 - 30

 

Active Ingredient Per Tablet
L-Carnitine 240mg
L-Theanine 100mg
Caffeine 100mg
L-Tyrosine 90mg
Matcha Green Tea 25mg
Niacin 7mg
Vitamin B12 1mg

 

Ingredients

Microcrystalline Cellulose, L-Carnitine, L-Theanine, Caffeine, L-Tyrosine, Matcha Green Tea, Silicon Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate, Niacin, Vitamin B12 


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