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Focusene Review: a Natural Alternative to CILTEP

I am what you would call a brain performance enthusiast. I strongly believe that the everyday intellectual requirements of the average person have been on the rise for quite some time.

brain-performanceWhat this means is that when it comes to mental performance, most of us need a bit of a boost. If you are enrolled in an intellectually challenging degree like me, even if you are among the smartest of your peers, you are bound to feel challenged.

A bit of background about myself: At school, I was always one of those guys who is hardly seen studying. But I knocked tests and exams out of the park on a daily basis.

Things began to heat up once I got into later grades as I found myself spending more and more time with books to break into the top 5 ranks in my class.

I couldn’t exactly pinpoint why this was happening to me. Was it lack of focus? Declining cognitive abilities? Were parties getting the better of me?

I was under a lot of stress owing to this and needed to get myself back on track. That’s when I discovered nootropics.

Nootropics gave me the ability to perfectly balance my social life and education and come out on top. Of course, this didn’t happen in a single day.

I had to find out what nootropics and dosages worked best for my physiology and perfect it through careful trial and error. I’ve started my research from the ground up and right now know enough to make my own personalized stacks.

Currently, pursuing my Masters in advanced computing, I needed every ounce of grey matter to get into the top echelons in my university. This meant squeezing every last bit of ability possible.

While I’m no advanced brain hacker, I make it a point to keep myself updated about the new kids on the block when it comes to nootropics drugs. Most of the ones were quite underwhelming and I usually went back to my original regime.

One day when I was online getting some research done on my study paper, I noticed Focusene on one of the advertisement banners. This piqued my interest and I was soon on the website ordering a 30-day pack.

To be honest, I was actually not expecting a lot out of this as my regular regimen was working fine for me and I’m not a great fan of pre-made stacks anyway. Let’s first find out what we are getting into then.

What is Focusene?

focuseneFrom what I read on their website, it’s purported to fight against symptoms of ADHD, loss of drive, focus and concentration. The difference from mos