Summary: A good nootropic that seems to go against most common beliefs.
Lucidal Percentage Score: 81%
Lucidal is a nootropic that’s been available for quite a while now. It’s been popularly received with being a solution to combat brain ailments associated with age. As an ADD solution, it has proven some good use. However, it simply isn’t as good as some of the other nootropics that we’ve tried before, and that might be due to the ingredients used in its formula. In a sense, Lucidal wasn’t really made for people for ADHD. However, the fact that it can even compete in that category is quite amazing.
What was most noticeable with Lucidal almost immediately after upon inspecting its ingredients was the sheer number of ingredients that they used – many would be an understatement. Some of these ingredients include Glutamine, Green Tea, Inositol, Taurine, Ginkgo Bilpba, Alpha Lipoic Acid, ALCAR – all of which contain nootropic capabilities. However, what was most frightening to us was just the amount of ingredients that they had. We simply thought that there would be no noticeable effects just because Lucidal had so much ingredients.
Details of Lucidal
This of course, was not the case. For the price of $75 a month, Lucidal works great as a brain enhancer, and although not as well, still works substantially well as an ADD solution. It’s a little heavy on the wallet, but it might just be worth it for those who suffer from ADD as well as other age-related diseases. Those of you who have difficulty remembering simple things and need a little boost to get you through the day might find that Lucidal is the one for you.
We still urge those looking for better to keep looking. Lucidal’s price is quite steep, and you can arguably get two bottles for the price of one Lucidal depending on manufacturer. However, overall, it’s a pretty substantial ADD solution worthy at least of consideration.