Epiphany D1 Review

Price: $64.95

 

Should you judge a bottle by its cover? Well, it seems as though Epiphany D1’s stylish design is attractive enough to get quite a large handful of people interested. The product promises to improve focus, memory, motivation and even help to support appetite control. While a lot of people are impressed with the aesthetic aspect of Epiphany D1, a lot of talk has gone around about how the formula has low potency. With a 30-day money back guarantee, we assume that Epiphany D1 is confident in their product and can prove everyone otherwise. Will Epiphany D1 impress us or is it unable to dazzle anyone beyond its looks? Keep scrolling.

 

Epiphany D1 Ingredients

Bacopa Monnieri, Acacia Rigdula, Aniracetam, Oxiracetam, Amla (Indian Gooseberry), Vinpocetine, Mucuna Pruriens, Alpha GPC, Sulbutiamine, Phosphatidylserine, Caffeine, Theobromine, and N-Methyl-D-Aspartic Acid (NMDA).

 

What Epiphany D1 Does for You

The main features of Epiphany D1’s formula are Bacopa Monnieri, Aniracetam, Oxiracetam, Vinpocetine and Caffeine. Let’s go over each one of these in more detail in order to get a better understanding of how the product works.

  • Bacopa Monnieri

This plant extract positively impacts mood and keeps your energy levels in check. Some use bacopa extract for its memory-enhancing properties.

  • Aniracetam

Works on acetylcholine receptors to improve memory and boosts dopamine and serotonin levels, leading to improved mood and reduced anxiety.

  • Oxiracetam

Works to improve reasoning and analytical skills. Some oxiracetam users have also reported seeing an improvement with verbal fluency and general learning abilities.

  • Vinpocetine

Vinpocetine is one of our favorite nootropics to work with. It increases blood flow to the brain and offers antioxidant protection to nerve cells. The result? Increased focus and improved memory in both the short and long term.

  • Caffeine

While most people know that caffeine is an effective stimulant, many are completely unaware of the fact that it is considered a nootropic as well. Caffeine affects the nervous system by increasing mental alertness, reducing overall fatigue and inducing dopamine release (Dopamine is a ‘feel-good’ neurotransmitter). For this reason, caffeine has the ability to boost our mood, which in turn has a positive impact on overall motivation and productivity.

 

The Problem with Epiphany D1

While we love the idea of a well-rounded nootropic supplement, we can’t help but question products that try a little bit too hard. Epiphany D1’s formula includes vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, nootropics, herbal extracts and more. Nootropic stacks are effective and the right combination of ingredients can produce incredibly powerful results. However, this doesn’t indicate that supplement companies should try to invent the ultimate life changing, all-in-one multivitamin, immune booster, antioxidant supporter, and cognitive enhancer product. Sometimes keeping it simple is the way to go. And it seems as though customers agree. When looking through the customer reviews online, we saw a pattern in the comments – it seems as though the product works very effectively at first to boost focus and mental energy, but these results didn’t last long as a tolerance was quickly built. Additionally, the product costs $64.95 for a month’s supply, which is significantly more expensive than our personal favorite, Nitrovit. I think we’ll stick to NeuroLab’s Advanced Cognitive Nootropic for now.

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