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Geniux Review – Is it Effective?

By Sasha de Beausset Aparicio, MSc

Reviewed by Rebecca Williams, MD, MA, MB, BChir

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Evidence Based | Facts | What's Inside? | Health Benefits | Warnings | Cost | Dosing | Bottom Line

Geniux is a brain enhancement supplement which presents itself as able to improve brain functions. The product is stated to increase a person’s memory, hand-eye coordination and boost energy and mood. Claims are also made that this fast acting supplement can make a user smarter as it is able to improve focus, clarity and ease the foggy mind feeling experienced. The busy and stressful lifestyle in today’s society demands constant clarity and mental action. This product states that it provides the answer to the needs of the consumers. The manufacturer is known worldwide and the product is made in a state of the art facility in the United States with an address in Ohio.

The product can be purchased from the manufacturer’s website and other online sites and seems to be the only product that they produce. There are many positive reviews from those which have ordered this product, but there is very little known about the manufacturer making their reputation somewhat unclear. The reviews are made to speak for themselves.

Due to the claims regarding memory, mood and focus Geniux is recommended for anyone who would like better mental focus and clarity, studious students, busy parents, business professionals and athletes.

The label and the website do not list the full ingredients contained in the product’s blend, but do state that they are natural and do that they do not use any fillers. Claiming that the lack of listed ingredients provided on the website and label of the bottle is to protect the integrity of the blend from being replicated with lower grade products. A group interested in the product discovered a list of 20 ingredients on what is said to be a webpage that was formerly on the producer’s website.


1) Geniux Quick Facts

Recommend for use by business professionals, students and busy parents. Geniux is a nootropic, brain supplement which is said to increase brain activity and energy.

One of the suspected ingredients in Geniux is Bee Pollen. Bee Pollen is considered to be about 40% protein, half of which are said to be free amino acids. This means that the amino acids are able to be directly absorbed by the body. Produced by honeybees, Bee Pollen contains the majority of all the nutrients required to be consumed by humans, as well as minerals and vitamins. Studies have found that Bee Pollen is actually able to boost energy, assist in the digestive, prostate, immune, fertility and respiratory systems. It is also said to help in the treatment of addictions. These benefits make it useful for the treatment of asthma, allergies and addiction. The high amount of B vitamins help in boosting energy and mood.

What’s Inside?

2) What’s Inside Geniux?

Geniux contains the following ingredients: Geniux includes the following ingredients: Alpha GPC, Theanine, St. John’s Wort, Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Ginko Biloba, Phosphatidylserine Complex, Acacia Rigidula, Glutamine, DMAE Bitartrate, Bee Pollen, Vinpocetine, Bacopin, Caffeine (Guarana), Cognizin, Gelatin, Tyrosine, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Eleuthero Root, and Gluconolactone

3) Does Geniux Work?

Strangely, the list of ingredients is not presented on the bottle’s label or on the website. The manufacturer states that the supplement consists of 20 natural ingredients with no fillers. Not listing the ingredients is attributed to the fear that the formula will be duplicated and may not be blended correctly or use lower quality ingredients. Through strenuous and time consuming research by others the list of ingredients has been discovered. Some researchers claim to have discovered a page prepared by the manufacturer which contained the full list of the twenty ingredients, the uncovered list includes:

1) Alpha GPC 2) Acetyl-L-Carnitine 3) Acacia Rigidula 4) Theanine 5) Ginko Biloba 6) Phosphatidylserine Complex 7) St. John’s Wort 8) Glutamine 9) DMAE Bitartrate 10) Bacopin 11) Vinpocetine 12) Bee Pollen 13) Caffeine (Guarana) 14) Eleuthero Root 15) Gelatin 16) Tyrosine 17) Vitamin B6 18) Vitamin B12 19) Cognizin 20) Gluconolactone

Geniux is a nootropic, brain supplement which is said to increase cerebral functions.
This product is recommend for use by students, business professionals, busy parents and other adults seeking a mental edge. They work similarly to other popular nootropics like NooCube.

One of the key ingredients is Tyrosine, which is one of the amino acids already found in the body that helps synthesize proteins. Tyrosine is found in meat, fish, dairy, eggs and other foods. Studies have shown that Tyrosine has the ability to help cases of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), depression, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and narcolepsy. It is thought that this product may contain caffeine.

The product’s specific blend has not had studies which back the product’s claims. The label does not specifically list the ingredients on the label. Recommended dosage is one capsule with a full glass of water, taken in the morning. Side effects are reported to me mild and include slight headache and nausea. The product is intended for use by adults 18 years and older. Those discourage to use the product include, children, pregnant or breast feeding women and anyone with a serious health condition. It is always recommended to check with a healthcare provider before using any supplements.

Health Benefits

4) Geniux Health Benefits


  • All natural ingredients
  • 30 day money back guarantee
  • Individual ingredients reported to be effective in studies


5) Geniux Product Warnings

  • Failure to list ingredients on the bottle’s label
  • Pricier than other similar products
  • No official studies on the product’s blend

6) Geniux Cost

The product is priced slightly higher than other similar products and shipping costs are a bit higher, too. Although there are no trails or samples offered, the manufacturers of the product offer a hassle free, no questions asked money-back guaranteed within 30 days. It is simple to order the product from the manufacturer as well as other websites online with a secure ordering form. Many customers have reported that the product is delivered as advertised and received in a short amount of time.


7) Geniux Serving Size

It is recommended to take one capsule a day and another if needed and the product probably contains caffeine. The specific blend in the product dos not have any completed studies. Some mild side effects have been reported nausea and headaches. The product’s use is intended for people18 years and older. It is not recommended for use in pregnant or breast feeding women, those with known health conditions and children. It is best to consult a healthcare provider before using any new supplements.

Bottom Line

8) The Bottom Line – “Does it Work?”

The lack of scientific studies of the products complete blend makes it hard to back the claims made. However, there are studies of the individual ingredients suspected to be contained in the blend, proving that they do have positive effects on the mind. The conclusion is that the promised benefits of Geniux may be experienced by some but cannot be guaranteed. It is recommended that customers consult a health professional before consuming new supplements.

3.5/5 - (2 votes)
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