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Nowadays many people suffer from memory loss issues, even young ones. Of course, this cannot be ignored, otherwise such a condition can become a severe concern for one's health and life. There are products available on the market, which help to enhance functioning of brain. One of them is Synagen IQ Core Focus. It is a nootropic mental supplement that intends to improve memory, focus, and energy. It is designed for people over the age of 30. The earliest signs of brain power decline include memory problems, lack of motivation and focus, difficulty to concentrate.
The product is sold by an American company which is probably located in Las Vegas, Colorado. This organization has a shady history. The official website of Synagen IQ Core Focus does not offer the manufacturer's name, however, it provides two contact addresses. Which one is correct, though?
Contact information also mentions a telephone number calling on which we never been answered. There is also a support email address. I made a quick Google search and found out that the company is called Corporate Acquisitions LLC. The company is operated by Duane Delbeke. I also learnt that the listed address is managed by another company known as Regis Inc. When I contacted it and asked about Corporate Acquisitions LLC they answered to have never heard of this company. It is very shady, isn't it?
Does It Have Any Side Effects?
There is not a word about possible side effects of Synagen IQ on the human health on the official website. I can say for sure that it is not completely natural and doesn't solve mental issues in a proper way due to a number of drawbacks. Let's have a look what adverse reactions may occur when using the supplement's ingredients separately.
A few L-Theanine side effects have been reported. They included dizziness, headache, and GI symptoms. Panax ginseng can be unsafe when taken by mouth for a long period of time (more than 6 months) because of hormone-like effects which can be very harmful. The common adverse reaction after usage of Ginseng for a long term is trouble sleeping (insomnia). Women may face breast pain, menstrual problems, increased heart rate, vaginal bleeding. Both men and women may suffer from headache, loss of appetite, high or low blood pressure, mood changes, diarrhea, rash, itching, dizziness, etc. Less common side effects may include severe rash, serious allergic reactions, and liver damage.
It should be noted that Synagen IQ cannot be used by pregnant and breast-feeding women. Ginseng can be unsafe for newborns as it can lead to birth defects. The product should be also avoided by children. The results can be even fatal. The same concerns people with auto-immune diseases including lupus, lupus erythematosus, multiple sclerosis (MS), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), etc. Panax ginseng increases the activity of the immune system which can worsen auto-immune diseases.
Synagen IQ should be also avoided by people who suffer from bleeding conditions, heart conditions (problems with heart rhythm and blood pressure), diabetes, hormone-sensitive conditions (uterine cancer, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, insomnia, schizophrenia. By the way, the latter is a mental disorder which, according to the manufacturer's claims, should be treated by Synagen IQ.
"Synagen IQ is a really bad and dangerous product made by a company that has unethical advertising practices"
"Once you order SynagenIQ, they will continue to charge your account. It was the biggest rip off/waste of my time that I have experienced"
"Synagen iq is total scam. No positive or negative side effects, and I workout 2-3x day working 60+ hour weeks"