Scientifically formulated with 12 of the safest, healthiest minerals, compounds, and vitamins, OptiMind is a nootropic supplement that can help you clear brain fog, focus longer, wake up effortlessly, support brain health, boost energy, and “unleash your mind.” And with continued use, you’ll experience long-term benefits like improved memory and learning, more clarity, and less stress—with no reported side effects!



According to AlternaScript LLC (the company behind OptiMind), they analyzed “over 50 years of neuroscience research” when picking and choosing the ingredients in their nootropic. In fact, OptiMind’s founders originally developed the formula for their own use, verifying its efficacy before ever releasing it to the public.

The supplement is also manufactured in a GMP certified laboratory, so each batch is tested for purity and potency. With this said, here are OptiMind’s list of ingredients:

  • Vitamin D (as Cholecalciferol) 385IU
  • Vitamin B12 (as Methylcobalamin) 500mcg
  • Focus Blend 1.315g – L-Tyrosine, Taurine, SerinAid Phosphatidylserine, Bacopa Monnieri Extract (50% Bacosides), GABA, Caffeine, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Vinpocetine, Sulbutiamine, Huperzine A (from Huperzia Serrata Extract)

Suffice it to say that many of OptiMind’s ingredients have fairly substantive evidence showing them to be effective for a variety of mental conditions, especially tyrosine, phosophatidylserine, bacopin, vinpocetine, and huperzine a. But the effects may not be as noticeable as the company makes them seem . Or, at the very least, their benefits might be limited to very specific circumstances.



Humans have a tendency to consider the worst-case scenario for any situation. When something seems to good to be true or has any risk involved, the boys who cry “scam” come out of the woodwork.

OptiMind scam concerns (like many others) are overblown. The reality is, OptiMind takes many nootropic compounds, adds them together in various (unfortunately proprietary) quantities, and sells the product at a slight markup to make it convenient for you and profitable for them.

The only reason we would recommend you avoid OptiMind is if there were unsafe ingredients. We believe the OptiMind ingredients are relatively safe and the doses are probably under the recommended value (avoiding toxicity side effects).

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