Geniux

Geniux is manufactured by a company based in the USA. It has an official website which cannot deserve any design awards. The text is located in very inconvenient places. It seems like it is the website of another cheap product that was created for the sake of a scam business. Besides, the website is not informative. There is no important information on the ingredients used in the product.

According to the manufacturer's website, Geniux is a Brain Boost Supplement that claims to be beneficial for the user's energy levels and focus. The product also promises to enhance one's memory, improve general well-being and health, enhance motivation, sharpen focus and brainpower. In general, the Geniux webpage is very informative in terms of promises but it offers no data on the true effectiveness ad possible side effects of the product. To start using a supplement I need to be convinced. So, let's try to discuss the main ingredients used in Geniux.


Does It Have Any Side Effects?

As it was already mentioned, the manufacturer remains quiet when it comes to possible adverse reactions of Geniux. Fortunately, its true users turned out to be open enough as to disclose those issues. It is not kind of the manufacturer to conceal such important information because even the most natural products can cause allergic reactions in some users. So, let's find out what side effects Geniux's ingredients may have.

Tyrosine seems to be safe for healthy people when taken by mouth in medical amounts for a short period of time (up to 3 months). However, even healthy adults sometimes experience the following adverse reactions: headache, nausea, fatigue, joint pain, and heartburn. This component should be avoided by children as it is not studied well enough. And certainly tyrosine should not be used by pregnant and breast-feeding women, patients with overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism) and Graves disease. GABA is likely safe when used by mouth for up to 12 weeks by grown-ups but it should also be avoided by pregnant or nursing women.

Bacopa extract can also be dangerous with its side effects including stomach cramps, increased bowel movements, nausea, fatigue and dry mouth. It should be avoided by patients with low heart rate (bradycardia), gastrointestinal tract blockage, ulcers, lung conditions, thyroid disorders, and urinary tract obstruction. Alpha-GPC should be used appropriately with caution. In some people it can cause skin rash, heartburn, insomnia, headache, dizziness, and confusion.

Geniux has some cons of using. It is not suitable for children and teenagers because their brain continues to develop and grow in this period. This product should not be taken with alcohol. Let us have a look at some users; reviews to better understand what problems they face when buying and taking the supplement.

"I purchased one bottle of Geniux hoping that it would help to improve my concentration levels. After taking it for three days I had to stop because of severe headaches and nausea. When I tried to start taking the supplement again after several days, the symptoms repeated"

"After taking geniux for over a month I did not notice any difference in my brain activity, mentation and memory. Thanks God I didn't have side effects. I think a cup of coffee gives me a better energy boost than this supplement"

"I was shocked with that terrible dark color of the pills when I opened the bottle. Honestly, I was afraid of taking them. But one of two pills didn't work for me at all. I could feel a slight energy boost after taking three pills at a time. But that is too expensive!"

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