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Get Your Einstein on!

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This is a review of FOCUS Factor 90 Tablet dietary supplement (90 Tablets)
Date:  September 17, 2020
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Price:  $49.00

Get Your Einstein on

Have you seen the commercial?
You’ve probably all seen the commercial for this product.  This older lady is talking to a younger lady, pointing out to the younger one where her glasses are and where her keys are.   Impressed, the younger lady says:  “How do you know all these things?  How do you do it?”   The older lady then says:  “I put my Einstein on”, and points to Focus Factor.

According to the website, Focus Factor does the following
Increases memory
Improves brain function
Increases attention length
Natural, safe and effective
90 tablets


Focus Factor ingredients
Focus Factor includes ingredients like Dimethylaminoethanol, L-glutamine, L-pyroglutamic acid, Phosphatidylserine, docosahexaenoic acid concentrate, choline, inositol, N-acetyltyrosine, gamma-aminobutyric acid, and a branded electrolyte concentrate called Trace-Lyte. The recommended dosage is 4 tablets per day, to be taken on an empty stomach.  According to Factor Nutrition Labs, the manufacturer, the ingredients in Focus Factor are carefully selected for their unique properties to support overall brain function, memory, focus, and concentration.

This brain enhancement supplement contains six different herbs and herbal formulae, including Bacopin, bilberry fruit extract, grape skin extract, Activin, Vinpocetine, and Huperzine A.

A recent review of Focus Factor, published by BrainReference
states the following:
Focus Factor is a brain enhancing supplement created to support brain function with direct benefits to memory, focus, and concentration.    Manufactured by Factor Nutrition Labs, the supplement is available in two different formulations: one for children (Focus Factor for Children) and the other (Focus Factor) for adults.

According to Factor Nutrition Labs, the ingredients in Focus Factor are carefully selected for their unique properties to support overall brain function, memory, focus, and concentration.

While Focus Factor has not been the subject of clinical trials or independent investigations, Factor Nutrition Labs claim the ultimate goal behind their formula is to improve memory.

Some Factors to consider – BrainReference’s Final Take on Focus Factor
It is a well-known fact that as people age, most of them will eventually experience difficulty in focusing, thinking, memorizing things, and brain fog.   Many of these individuals seek help in the form of brain vitamins or supplements to enhance brain functions.

People must understand that memory is a very complex and delicate phenomenon. Memory is affected by several factors such as physiological changes, genetics, education, emotions and experience.  Why our memory decays as we age is largely a mystery.

Focus Factor promises excellent results, but the lack of clinical studies to support their claims is concerning. We believe that the first step in fighting memory decay is getting a medical evaluation.

Some types of dementia are reversible, while others’ evolution can be slowed down by exercising your brain. In any case, Focus Factor may be effective in some patients.

If you’re ready to improve your brain health and wellness, we believe science has the answer.




To me, any formula that contains Phosphatidylserine, choline and  inositol, Bacopin, Vinpocetine and Huperzine A  has  to be good!  I have been taking those substances for years and can vouch for the way they make me feel:   I have a sharper memory and a sharper mind.

Focus Factor reviews are generally positive, with consumers reporting enhanced focus and an overall pleasant experience for the money they spent on the product.



Yes, there might be a lack of clinical studies to support the manufacturer’s claims, but in the end the important thing should be the way the product makes you feel!


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Comments (12) on "Get Your Einstein on!"

  1. The list of ingredients looks pretty impressive. Choline and inositol on their own are good already. I had to look up huperzine A as I’ve never heard of it and it seems to be an innovative ingredient that might help with Alzheimer’s disease. Same with vinpocetine, good for the brain.
    As it is based on herbal extracts, I’m ready to give it a try, being a supporter of supplements of all kinds. There are so many nowadays and they really do amazing work. It’s always better to reach out for natural supplements than taking drugs from the pharmacy. 
    I’m glad I’ve found this brain enhancement innovation.

    1. Thanks for your comment, Lenka.  I’m glad that I helped you zero in on this brain enhancement innovation.  The manufacturer doesn’t always list all ingredients in a product, so I’m happy my research was of some help to you!

  2. Well, I just might give this product a try, because it seems that the older I get, the more cognitive issues I seem to be having. The ingredients of this ‘Focus factor’ product seem also pretty nice to me and some of them I know, like L-glutamine. This last one should also be good for the ‘tight junctions’ of the stomach, did you know about that ?

    1. Thanks for your comment, Lizzy.  I’m glad you have decided to try Focus Factor.   As I said, it’s full of all those fabulous nootropic that are so good for your brain!  I didn’t know that L-glutamine was good for “tight junctions” of the stomach – you learn something new every day!

  3. So, I have seen the commercial, although, not in awhile. Focus Factor has been on the market for awhilw I can remember hearing about it when I was much younger. I never knew anyone that actually tried it though.

    I know you say that it is all natural, but I couldn’t pronounce any of those ingredients, so I would be curious to know where they come from. Not saying they are bad, just curious.

    You said that you have personally been taking some of those ingresients for years, also curios to know how you take them and how you compare the product that you take to this one.

    I could see how, if this product actually works, that it would be beneficial to many people.

    Thank you for sharing.

    1. Thanks for your comment.  All the substances that I mentioned in this blog are available from websites that sell vitamins and nootropics.   I was attracted to Focus Factor since it contains all these tried and true nootropics! 

  4. Interesting article there, I’m no where near old age but I can see myself maybe taking some of these in the future. I have a family member who has some memory problems. I will see if I can recommend him the tablets. If he takes it, it will be good for him. 

    Thanks for the useful info and keep on the good work, it might prove peoples life. 

    1. Thanks for your comment, Fatoumata.  I hope you get the Focus Factor.  It’s supposed to be really helpful for seniors because it helps their memory.

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