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Neurosol Review – 8 Facts to Consider

By Sasha de Beausset Aparicio, MSc

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

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Evidence Based | Overview | Nutrition Info | Precautions | Cost | How To Take | Verdict

Neurosol has been advertised be a dietary supplement that was blended in order to help people with the health of peripheral nerves.

The company that is responsible for the manufacturing of this product is a privately owned United States business that is called Metagenics and was established in 1983 in California. This company has expanded over the United States border over the years and now is an international business that presents with offices in New Zealand, Canada, Belgium, Australia, and the Netherlands. In order to improve their formulas and to also create better new ones, this company conducts studies in the field of nutrigenetics, which is the science that observes the influence nutrients have on the genetic expression within cells.

On the manufacturer’s web site Neurosol is presented as a unique blend of nutrients that are said to support the integrity of nerve tissue, nutritive blood flow, and nerve conduction. In this formula’s blend there is an essential fatty acid that serves as a necessary precursor to prostanoids, which are elements that support a healthy blood flow to nerves and can also help to build neuronal membranes. Neurosol is also presented as being free of any gluten, dairy products, wheat, crustacean shellfish, fish, artificial sweeteners, and preservatives.


1) Quick Overview

Neurosol is a multi-vitamin formula that was created using a range of B vitamins and an essential fatty acid.

The essential fatty acid that plays an active role in this formula is called Gamma-Linoleic Acid and is a substance that needs to be in the human body in order to have a good health. It can be obtained from a series of plant seed oils like primrose oil or borage oil. This acid also presents with several health benefits and thus it is sometimes used as medicine, it is said to be effective with health issues like psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, systemic sclerosis, high cholesterol, chronic fatigue, heart disease, and depression. During a double-blind placebo-controlled trial this ingredient has been observed to help with motor and sensory nerve conduction and has been concluded to be helpful with human diabetic peripheral neuropathy. If used by adults in proper doses in periods that are up to a year, this substance has been considered to be safe, but there are some people that have reported side effects, such as soft stools, diarrhea, belching, or intestinal gas.

Nutrition Info

2) Ingredients of Neurosol

Neurosol contains the following ingredients: Vitamins A, C, B6, and B12, Niacin, Folate, Gamma-Linoleic Acid, Intrinsic Factor, borage oil, gelatin, Ultra Potent-CŸ (U.S. Patent #5,626,883), calcium ascorbate, niacinamide ascorbate, ascorbic acid, xylitol, sodium ascorbate, magnesium ascorbate, L-lysine HCl, ascorbyl palmitate, potassium ascorbate, citrus bioflavonoid complex, tetrasodium pyrophosphate, alpha D-ribofuranose, L-cysteine monohydrochloride, and L-glutathione], glycerin, rice bran oil, purified water, pyridoxine HCl, yellow beeswax, lecithin (soy), annatto coloring, intrinsic factor, beta-carotene, 5-formyltetrahydrofolate, and methylcobalamin.

3) What Does Neurosol Do?

This product is a multi-vitamin blend of ingredients that contains several B vitamins and an essential fatty acid as its active principles.

Gamma-Linoleic Acid is one of the active ingredients that can be found in this blend and is said to be essential for a good health and can be found in various plant seed oils like borage oil or evening primrose oil; it also presents with a range of therapeutic effects, and thus some people use it as medicine. This ingredient has been found to help with a large number of general health issues and like systemic sclerosis, psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, high cholesterol, heart disease, chronic fatigue, and depression. A double-blind placebo-controlled trial has been conducted as to assess the effects of this fatty acid on human diabetic peripheral neuropathy; after some tests, it has been indicated that this acid can help with motor and sensory nerve conduction and this ingredient has been concluded as a useful in the prevention and treatment of distal diabetic polyneuropathy. For adults that use this ingredient in proper doses and up to a year, it has been concluded to be safe, but there also are some side effects that can manifest, such as diarrhea, soft stools, belching, or intestinal gas.

The manufacturer states that the dosage should be of one soft gel to be taken three times per day.

There are online testimonials about Neurosol. What is being said includes the following:

  • This was highly recommended by my private nurse for my mother, Neursol does work, and I am 100% pleased, others should try this product also.

4) Neurosol Benefits & Results

  • There is a clinical trial conducted with an ingredient, which supports the claims of effectiveness.
  • The manufacturer has a 30-year experience of developing products.

5) Precautions of Neurosol Use

  • This formula is not suitable for vegetarian use.
  • A container provides less than a month’s supply.
  • Free trials or money-back guarantees are not available.
  • This is an expensive blend, more than $50 for a one month supply.

6) How Much Does Neurosol Cost?

This product comes in a container that holds 60 soft gel capsules, and at the recommended dosage of three per day, it provides a 20 day supply of formula, at a high price. The manufacturer supplies healthcare practitioners that are in association with products, thus purchase is possible directly from a medical doctor. Direct purchase from the manufacturer, via their web site is also available, but only with a code that can be made available from healthcare practitioners that are also associated with this company; some online retailers also hold this product. There are no free trials or money-back guarantees available.

How To Take

7) How to Take Neurosol

The recommended dosage stated by the manufacturer is of one softgel capsule three times per day or as indicated by a medical doctor.


8) Our Verdict on Neurosol

Neurosol is a dietary health product that aims to maintain the health of peripheral nerves, using ingredients that have been proven to be effective in sustaining nervous system health. This product can be purchase from the manufacturer’s web site with a code that can be provided by a partner healthcare practitioner or from a number of online retailers. The price of Neurosol is rather high and one container provides a 20 day supply, holding 60 capsules and having the suggested use of three capsules per day. The manufacturer is a business that has an international status and presents with 30 years of experience in this domain.

If you prefer a homeopathic approach to nerve health, check out our NaturalCare NerveFix review.

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Pat Olsen

I haven’t been able to purchase Neurosol. Where can I purchase it?

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Oscar R

Due to my diabetes I suffer from peripheral neuropathy and until I found this supplement I did not have any natural treatment options.